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Michael Jiroch
Industrial Hued Folding Screen | Art & Wall Decor by Michael Jiroch | Loews Minneapolis Hotel in Minneapolis
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Industrial Hued Folding Screen - Art & Wall Decor

Featured In Loews Minneapolis Hotel, Minneapolis, MN

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Michael Jiroch is a talented artist from Los Angeles who created this Industrial Hued Folding Screen adorning the wall of the Loews Minneapolis Hotel. His goal as an artist is to give the viewer something to react to emotionally.

Item Industrial Hued Folding Screen
Created by Michael Jiroch
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Michael Jiroch
Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2017
Born December 1955
Education: University of Wisconsin-Madison, BS and Master of ARTs.
Lives and Works in Los Angeles, California since 1980 with 10 of those years in the desert as a Teacher/artist and Lecturer at Chapman University. 1979 Solo Exhibition at Center Gallery, Madison Wisconsin 1981 Solo Exhibition at the Los Angeles Museum of ART , Group Exhibition shows all over the Los Angeles area. Most recently with the I-Five Gallery, BGH Gallery Santa Monica, Pacific Design Center West Hollywood and Biennale - Florence, Italy. One man show at the Rahr-West Museum, Manitowoc Wisconsin.

My photography has shifted from expressive artistic representation to documentary and geographical photography. I have posted the work on Google Earth and has been viewed over 60,000,000 times.

My short subject films have been internationally broadcasted in several countries including France, England, Spain, Italy, USA, and Canada.

The function of art is to evoke an emotional or intellectual response in the viewer. My goal as an artist has always been to give the viewer something to react to emotionally. Granted, there are easy ways to create emotion in one's work. Shocking the viewer is the easiest way to create an emotion. I have always been looking for ways to invite the viewer to find more than just the obvious. I want them to experience something different each time they view my work.