Review by Mary Abbe in the Minneapolis StarTribune, March 1, 2007.

Wisconsin artist Steve Firkins continues his antic musings on art and life via a curious installation of “shrines” to various faiths and philosophies. They consist of old-fashioned whatnot shelves on which he has neatly arranged everything from perfume bottles (shrine to his grandmother) to African carvings, patent medicines, Buddhas, Christian nativity scenes and crucifixions. There are also meticulous paintings representing Cubism and his own concoction, Curvism.