Tuesday, December 20, 2011

I'm in the Minneapolis Star Tribune

Showing my work at the Highpoint Center for Printmaking has given me a little bit of publicity out here, I guess partly because Highpoint chose my Red River Trail to be the image for the invitation postcard. Anyways, in an exhibition review in the Star Tribune, the paper printed one of my images and in the article is a beautiful little review of my work (last paragraph under 'musings on nature'). Click here to view the article.

Also, Sandesh Nicol wrote about my Red River Trail on her blog after seeing it at the exhibit. Click here to read her impressions of my work.

Friday, December 9, 2011

My Book is out!









"This is a gorgeous book by an exciting young artist, inspired by the extraordinary journey made by her grandfather from Canada to Paraguay in the late 1920s. David, a farm boy from Southern Manitoba, is excited when his family, in search of a new home, decides to leave wintry and white Canada behind to start a long journey by train, ship, and oxcart to South America. Along the way he takes in colourful impressions of New York’s skyscrapers, the ocean, flying fish, crocodiles, foreign cities, and many more exciting things that let him know he is going the right way. This is an exceptional children’s book, but also a beautiful art work for all ages. In addition, the dual-language text (English and German) adds a valuable educational dimension."


David's Trip to Paraguay/Davids Reise in das Land der vielen Farben
Miriam Rudolph
CMU Press 2011, 32 pages, hardcover, English and German, $22.00
ISBN 978-0-920718-91-9

To order, contact the CMU Bookstore (204-487-3300, 1-877-231-4570 toll free, or by e-mail, cmubookstore@cmu.ca),
It is also available online at MennoMedia, at McNally Robinson in Winnipeg, and the Winnipeg Art Gallery shop.