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Ever wonder what happens when you retire a tracking dog? They don’t every really retire. Up until her death, two years later, almost exactly, Dottie was still showing me she was happy to show me all the things in the vicinity of our walk routes that had human scent on them. The above photo is […]
Left: Quilt for the Death of One I Love(d) (Compost Quilt) (60” x 34”) copyright Mimi Holmes. This quilt was created for the artist's Grandmother, Sophia Antoinette Mayer Trastour, born in 1902 on the Isle of Cuba plantation in Louisiana. Mimi made this quilt to help prepare herself for her grandmother’s eventual passing. Click to seen an enlargement of the image. Read on to learn more about this quilt and other art from Mimi Holmes.
Mimi Holmes is a mixed-media artist working in beads and fabric and found materials. The expression of her art takes what is at hand and transforms it.
A new show of a sampling of Mimi’s art from the the last 25 years will be on view at: Marcie Soderman-Olson's studio, January 10 – 31, 2009
The opening reception for "See More Mimi Art" is
Saturday, January 10, 4-6 p.m.
The studio is located at Art at 2402, #519 C & E Building, 2402 University Avenue, St. Paul (near intersection of Raymond and University Avenues). Hours: Weekday and Saturday afternoons by appointment. Please call 651-428-8809 or 612-379-8318 for an appointment.