James May Gallery in Algoma, which is currently closed because of COVID-19 concerns, invites the public to a virtual exhibition, “Indeterminate Spaces, Intuitive Places: Abstract Painting,” starting Friday (June 5) at the website Artsy (https://www.artsy.net/show/james-may-gallery-indeterminate-spaces-intuitive-places) as well as at www.jamesmaygallery.com.

The exhibition features work by Emmett Johns (Door County), Ute Bertog (Germany and St. Paul, Minnesota), Lisa Bergant Koi (Pittsburgh), and Kayla Plosz Antiel (Canada and Raleigh, North Carolina). The exhibition brings together a group of mid-career artists from around the country. James May Gallery provided these biographies:

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John’s work appears in many public and private art collections, including the collections of American Express, Acuity, Bank One, Fidelity Mutual Funds, Wisconsin Electric, Northwest Mutual Life and Foley Lardner.

Ute Bertog is a visual artist who explores the relationship between language and its many representations. In 1998 she resettled in the U.S. from her native Germany to pursue a career in the arts. She holds degrees in marketing and economics as well as a BFA in painting from the Minneapolis College of Art. She has exhibited her work in local and national venues including the Soap Factory, SooVisual Art Center and the Rochester Art Center in Rochester, MN. She is affiliated with Rosalux Gallery in Minneapolis, MN.

Lisa Bergant Koi earned her MA in painting from Illinois State University and her BFA from Bowling Green State University. She has exhibited nationally, and her work is held in private collections as well as the corporate collections of both PNC Bank and The Benter Foundation. She is an exhibiting member of the following professional organizations: Associated Artists of Pittsburgh, Group A Collective, and Pittsburgh Society of Artists.

Kayla Plosz Antiel is a Canadian-born artist currently living and working in Raleigh, North Carolina. She has exhibited in numerous group and solo exhibitions throughout the Midwest and east coast, including Burnet Gallery, Hillyer Art Space, and the Soo Visual Arts Center, as well as featured in many online publications and art blogs such as Art Hound, YoungSpace, and Metal Magazine. Antiel received her MFA from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design in 2012.

Illustration: Kayla Plosz Antiel, “Fillagree” Oil on birch 16” x 20”