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The Lansing Art Gallery is in the midst of its 2017 Pop Up Project. The project is designed to take "art out of the gallery" and into the public view through 12 repurposed newspaper kiosks.
The replacement "newspapers" will highlight featured artists, one of whom is Laura DeLind, who is an expert printmaker according the gallery's website.
"Laura B. DeLind has been cutting and hand-printing linocuts for over 30 years. She loves linoleum as a medium because it is unpretentious, has no pre-existing texture and lends itself to spontaneous, bold images."
DeLind is also a senior specialist of anthropology at Michigan State University who according her bio has spent plenty of time "deconstructing 'the familiar." Perhaps that's why she works with linoleum.
You can catch DeLind outside the gallery today.
Pop Up Demo: Laura DeLind. Demonstrations by artists. 12 - 1 p.m. FREE. Lansing Art Gallery, 113 S Washington Square, Lansing. (517) 374-6400. lansingartgallery.org.