Curious Passions: The Diverse Inquiries of Traffic Zone Artists is described as a sampling of what art-making looks like “in this place, at this point in time.” Among the artists included in the exhibition are Jantje Visscher, Bette Globus Goodman and Perci Chester, whose piece titled “Slinky Chick Rocks” is pictured above. “Each artist must have the chance to stake their artistic claim,” says curator Robert Bowman, “to show us what fascinates them, to share with us their diverse and curious passions.” The exhibit is on display through March 28 in the Miles Gallery at the Minnetonka Center for the Arts, 2240 North Shore Dr., Wayzata. For information, visit: www.trafficzoneart.com. — E.E.B.
(American Jewish World, 3.1.13)