Upcoming Events

Playful Reflections
 

Playful Reflections

New Exhibit March 4 - April 9 2017. Sculptor Kyle Fokken and painters Bruce Nygren and Virginia Randolph Bueide transform their visions into thought and memory provoking worlds. Douglas Flanders & Assoc. Gallery 818 W. Lake St. Mpls, Mn.55408



Past Events

Plains Museum Art Auction

A work by Ginny will be included in the 19th Annual Spring Gala Art Auction, May 2, 2015, at the Plains Museum in Fargo, ND. Details and tickets on the Plains Museum site.

Upcoming show, "Minnesota Roots" at the Grand Hand

Ginny's Waterlily series of 26 paintings will be featured in an upcoming show at the Grand Hand gallery alongside the metal sculptures of Wayne Potratz. The show is scheduled to run June 6 – July 5 2015.

Art Bra® Austin 2015 Benefit/silent auction

Ginny translated her Waterlily theme into an art bra design (Waterlily Wonder Bra), which will be featured in the runway show at the event. It was created in honor of her daughter in law Deb Coulter Bueide. To the right, Sissy Ueland, a 15 year breast cancer survivor tries on the "Waterlily Wonder Bra" before it was sent to Austin for the benefit.

Visit Art Bra® Austin to learn more about this unique benefit.

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2014 TangleTown Art & Garden Tour

Ginny's painting "Butterfly Habitat" was chosen for the 2014 TangleTown Art & Garden Tour Poster - Sat. July 26th-9am-4pm (proceeds fund public art & garden projects in the twin cities)

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GrandHand Group Botanical Show

Ginny's work will appear in the GrandHand Group Botanical Show - July12 through August 31 2014

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2014-15 Pollock Krasner Foundation Grant Press Release

Minnesota painter Virginia Randolph Bueide awarded a Pollock-Krasner Foundation grant

Bloomington, MN. February 10, 2014. Virginia Randolph Bueide is pleased to announce that she is the recipient of a Pollock-Krasner Foundation grant for 2014-15. Bueide is the only Minnesota artist to receive the award this year.

The Pollock-Krasner Foundation's mission is to recognize and award those individuals who have worked as professional artists over a significant period of time. Since its inception in 1985, the Foundation has awarded over $58 million dollars to artists in 75 countries. It allows recipients to concentrate time for studio work, and prepare for exhibitions, purchase materials, document work, and otherwise build their artistic practice.

Bueide has been a Minneapolis-based painter for six decades. Born and raised in Minneapolis, she's since exhibited nearly everywhere you can in the region - the Walker Art Center (where she was selected for a group exhibition by none other than Donald Judd), the Minneapolis Institute of Art, the Plains Art Museum, the Duluth Art Institute, and, most recently, at the Minnesota Museum of American Art as part of their acclaimed Studio Sessions exhibition in 2013.

She will be using the funding to create new work, as well as catalog and document her earlier works. The Foundation recognized the "exceptional quality" of her work as well as the "extent of [her] artistic achievement," and this funding will give her a chance to continue this remarkable body of work into the future.

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MMAA Project Space

Ginny Bueide is one of 30 artists included in "STUDIO SESSIONS" : MINNESOTA ARTISTS IN THE 1970'S At the Minnesota Museum of American Art Project Space in the Pioneer-Endicott Building 332 N. Robert St, St Paul, MN. (NE Corner of 4TH & Roberts) Show Opening August 15, 7-8:30 PM - Runs Til October 20TH, 2013.

The show features photographs by Victor Bloomfield of the Minnesota artists in their studios with the work of each artist ...some of the other artists included are Stuart Nielsen, Wayne Potratz, Carol Fisher, Harriet Bart, Hazel Belvo, George Morrison, Bob Kilbride, Gene Larkin, Jerry Rudquist.

Ginny's painting, "The Sheep & Lake" is from the (1973-1978) series- Water, Earth, Fire, Air and she is presently working on the ongoing Waterlily Series

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"The Painted Violin"

THE FOUR SEASON'S/ NO STRINGS ATTACHED

UPDATE:
Ginny's painted violin received the highest bid at the 2011 Symphony Ball.

Ginny is one of five artists asked to paint an actual violin to benefit the Minnesota Symphony Orchesta with proceeds funding music education projects. The Violins will be featured at the silent auction during this year's symphony ball on June 25, 2011. Preliminary sketches of her design concept can be seen at the Grand Hand Gallery (St. Paul) in the month of July.

"Listening to Vivaldi's Four Seasons inspired and motivated the process all along, from the initial sanding and priming of the violin face to painting in the last bird in flight. Skys of the seasons, hills, fields, orchards, a river running through it, Earth's yield & sleep: all evolved and flowed with the music. Glass beaded wire unfurling from the neck spell out 'The Painted Violin,' 'The Four Seasons,' 'No Strings Attached' & my intials 'V.R.B.' The beaded wire springing out below spells out 'Spring,' 'Summer,' 'Autumn,' and 'Winter'. The case (for safe keeping) can be hung on the wall. The little chairs lined up inside represent an audience."

- VIRGINIA RANDOLPH BUEIDE

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GRAND HAND JULY AND AUGUST FEATURED ARTIST

Ginny is the Gallery's featured artist for July and August 2011. New paintings, a Pool series & the Farmer's Market series of paintings will be shown. Grand Hand Gallery is in St. Paul MN www.thegrandhand.com, her bio page appears under Artists/Painting.

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