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Vishnu Bunny/Third Eye Gallery is proud to close out our First Friday season a bang. THE MASKED MARION – THE ART OF SABRINA LACROIX brings multitalented Rapid City artist Sabrina LaCroix to the friendly walls of the Third Eye Gallery.
Sabrina is a self-taught artist practicing in visual arts, costume design, dance performance art and prop design. She specializes in musically inspired upcycled art such as realistic portraits on vintage sheet music and is highly active in theater and burlesque world using her talents to create costumes, accessories, props and even giant puppets. Sabrina has also performed in dance art and helped guide other performers with choreography.
THE MASKED MARION will open on Friday December 2nd with all the spoils of our legendary First Fridays. First beer free with ID, Glizzys and music courtesy of DJ PHIL BJORNEBERG.
All ages welcome, 7 – 9 PM…

opening march 3rd


The year of the Bunny has begun and after a few months off, we are starting up with First Friday events and art shows. We couldn’t be prouder to present BETTER.NOT. featuring the art of Amber Hansen, Reyna Hernandez and Darcy Millette. These three fantastic artists work is top notch and we are humbled to have them share their art on our caged wall.

First Friday opening will be March 3rd 7-9 PM featuring DJ Abbi Day. All ages welcome. First beer free with ID, glizzys and love filled magic. Save the date.


About the artists:

Amber Hansen:
Amber Hansen is a muralist and visual artist who creates socially engaged and community-based artwork. Hansen’s studio work is inspired by rural landscapes and her time traveling and living in South Dakota. She promotes creative engagement for all ages while reflecting on humans' relationship with animals and food. Hansen is the co-director & co-editor of the feature documentary Called to Walls. She is an Assistant Professor at the University of South Dakota where she teaches painting.

Reyna Hernandez:

Reyna Hernandez grew up in southeast South Dakota and is Iháŋktuŋwaŋ Dakota (Yankton Sioux). Throughout her work, Reyna utilizes mixed media to investigate cultural/identity hybridity in relation to her Indigenous bloodlines and western influences. Reyna’s work examines the complexities of her relationship to culture and place and is heavily inspired by the long line of star quilters in her lineage. Her work is an exploration of Dakota tradition and symbolism and the many ways that western civilization has impacted indigenous expression.

Darcy Millette:

Darcy Millette lives and works in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. She is a BFA Painting graduate from the University of South Dakota, Vermillion. In 2017 She started Millette Studio, a collaborative art studio with her partner, Anthony Millette, that creates paintings, high fire ceramics, and fine art framing.
Millette’s studio practice involves mixed media works that combine drawing and painting to create layered nuanced space that bridges a study of the representational world with abstracted elements. Her attention to the human relationship with nature and the cycles of growth and decomposition speak to the history of still-life painting.

The Past Is a Grotesque Animal

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