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For a decade now, local artist Amy Rice has been delighting her followers with whimsical works layered with poignant, nostalgic imagery that conjures simple truths for a complex world. Her printmaking tools, which include hand-cut stencils and a Gocco printer (a Japanese printing toy), give intriguing found materials like old maps, letters, and sheet music a new life that adds to (rather than detracts from) their authenticity. On Thursday, Rice's window installation at Mitrebox Framing Studio opens with a patio party celebrating her work, complete with cupcakes. Her repurposed globe, featured in the installation, exemplifies the color and joie de vivre that makes the world go 'round.
Thu., June 30, 5-8 p.m., 2011

 
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Gloria WahrenBrock
Gloria WahrenBrock

I am trying to connect with Amy Rice. Saw her artwork at the MN State Fair and happen to be a person from the Swan River 4-H Club. Then found that she has that antique scrapbook that I grew-up with in our community and the club. It used to be at the Itasca County Fair as late as the 70's and then got lost. Would love to see it again. And want to know if the painting is still for sale. It would be great to go into the Community Center for Warba or the Town Hall in Swan River!!! Yes, it does still exist- barely!!!

Gloria (Korhonen) WahrenBrockStillwater, MN 651-430-0300 Work number for Massage Envy- Stillwater

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