“Searching for Warmth” is a journey through downtown Minneapolis from the Cancer Memorial Park to the Walker Art Center’s Sculpture Garden, with a few stops along the way, as a long harsh winter teases with moments of warmth and melt. Hints of spring arise and falter, leading us inside the Cowles Conservatory to shelter from a new blast of arctic chill.
© Dawn Grafing 2014 (the winter that wouldn’t let go)
The most important things in my life are family, art, food, and the constant drive for knowledge and personal growth. For over two decades I have been a working artist in Minneapolis, MN, with a variety of mediums. Among other things I am a graphic designer, photographer, filmmaker, writer, and fire flow artist. I have a passion for food as a photographer and ameteur home chef, with a focus on whole foods and vegan cuisine. In my free time it would not be unusual to find me cuddled up with a good book, whether it be a tasty cookbook, a piece of fluffy fiction, or heady non-fiction. I find Joss Wedon brilliant, and would gladly hop a police box, were it to materialize in my general vicinity (a girl can dream).
CampFire 2015 Published April 11, 2016