KAMI MENDLIK: COLOR RELATIVITY
Grand Hand Gallery
St. Paul, Minnesota
through July 21, 2022
The Grand Hand Gallery has mounted an exhibition of recent works by the Minnesota painter Kami Mendlik that celebrate and amplify her new book, “Color Relativity: Creating the Illusion of Light with Paint.” A decade in preparation, this publication shows readers how to convey the illusion of light and form through color relativity using a simple limited palette.
Renowned for her impressionistic landscape paintings, Mendlik grew up near Stillwater, Minnesota, and in 2008 founded the St. Croix River School of Painting, named for the scenic river that Stillwater overlooks. Now based on a 16-acre farm, she has been painting professionally for more than 30 years and teaching for at least 20.
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