On April 3rd, 2012, The Ginger Rabbits
will discuss the topic: Creatures of Dimension

People with the creative threads never keep doing one thing their entire life.
They may learn to harness a kind of skill set, but they are curious creatures.
They must concept, develop and execute art, music, food, designs, and whatever else they dream up.
Creatives are multifaceted and tend to express themselves in various ways.

Meet the Ginger Rabbits, a Wichita art co-op, who together and individually are extremely multifaceted creatures. Come to NakedCity Gallery on April 3rd to learn about their journeys and experiences of balancing art/life/work/play, changing projects and even changing creative fields.



Curt Clonts  is a painter and Wichita-born in 1959.

Curt’s highlights include:
Artist-In-Residence, Friends University
Member of The Ginger Rabbits—an artist’s co-op
Member of The Famous Dead Artists—an artist’s co-op
Founder of “PUBLIC THREAT” –a New Orleans, La. Monthly musical publication
Co-Founder of The Tractor Factory Gallery and Studios
Founder of Art Soup Art Exhibitions
Past Member of The Wichita Public Arts Board
Past Writer for Wichita’s SEEN and F-5 newspaper publications
Paintings have been included in over 200  group exhibitions
Paintings have been exhibited in over 75 solo exhibitions
Work included in the Collection of The Wichita Art Museum
Work included in collections in Dallas, Charleston, Chicago, Seattle, Los Angeles, New York, and Tokyo, Japan
Articles on Curt Clonts Featured in JUXTAPOSE Magazine, Punk Globe, Wichita Eagle, New Orleans Times Picayune, Austin American/Statesman
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Beth Golay

somehow got out of taking home economics and has been playing with fabrics and quilting for 20 years. A newcomer on the art scene, she’s kinda clueless.
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David Murano

has over 20 years experience in the arts with a BFA in sculpture from Alfred University. As a practicing artist, throughout his career David has participated in group & solo exhibits as well as an artist in residency. His work is maintained in private and public collections locally and throughout the US. Prior to his Directorship of the Hutchinson Art Center, David was the Gallery Director at the Wichita Center for the Arts for ten years. His formal art museum experience involves curatorial and proprietorial work for the Ulrich Museum of Art at WSU and the Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT. Over the years David has acquired art education experience as well. Some more recent projects include working with his wife, Tina Murano and Murano Studios in partnering with the City of Wichita to create large scale public sculptures and mosaics that can be found throughout Sedgwick County. Whether curating art exhibits, organizing art classes, working art auctions, managing an art far, collaborating with fellow artists, assisting local art organizations or creating his own studio art work, David is truly committed and engaged in the visual arts of Kansas.
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Linda K. Robinson’s

work explores the subversion of the codes of snapshot photography, the minimalist landscape, and their correlation to memory in reference to issues of home and domesticity. She has been working with conceptually based art within the medium of photography and inter-media, and is consistently moving her studio practice forward to coincide with the pulse of contemporary art. Robinson examines the integrity of the photograph itself as a device to document life. The impetus of her creative exploration is a conversation about home, balancing the personal inner-subjectivity of past and present. She comments on the work and play found in daily life through detailed images of places, domestic spaces and interesting aspects found in the contemporary landscape. The vintage snapshot aesthetic influences her imagery, drawing her attention to photograph the simplicity and banality of daily life and exploration, commenting on memories of traditional family.  She is interested in the act of re-animating early photographs, bringing attention to the dichotomy and how specifically the process of documenting life is the mainstay which informs her work.
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Tanya Tandoc

is a fictional character who resides in glorious Wichita with her husband, giant child, 2 giant cats, an elderly black pug, and a Boston Terrorist. She makes things as well as she can and also belly dances, plays cello, and sews things to other things.
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