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Welcome to the Spring 2018 Saint Paul Art Crawl On behalf of the artists, volunteers and St Paul Art Collective, I want to welcome you to the 2018 Spring Art Crawl! This is the 27th year of the Art Crawl and the 41st anniversary of the St Paul Art Collective. With the number of participating artists now exceeding 400 and the number of visitors averaging around 38,000 for each semi-annual, three-day event. It is truly one of the premiere arts events in the Twin Cities. The Saint Paul Art Crawl has evolved from a fun weekend art event to a framework for creating and fostering important, interdependent relationships between the arts community and the residents and businesses of the city of St. Paul. The Art community in St Paul is vibrant and growing each year. The community of artists, art patrons, and supporting businesses adds to the rich cultural history of St. Paul making the St Paul Art Crawl a great event. As the community grows we add new venues, new events, and bring more artists into the Crawl. Over the years SPAC has started and participated in many projects in St Paul but the Art Crawl is always at the front of our organization and the community. Artists enjoy the opportunity to welcome you into their space to show art and we enjoy hearing from visitors about the art they purchased or event they attended during the crawl. I want to thank all the artists and volunteers for their hard work before, during, and after the crawl, it would not happen without all of you! SPAC is a grassroots volunteer organization and is always looking for more artists and community members to become involved. If you enjoy the Art Crawl and want to give back to this great community send us an email at info@ stpaulartcollective.org, we would welcome your time and talent. This spring we have some exciting new locations and events on the Art Crawl: The George Latimer Central Library is having an exhibit of student artists from the Creative Arts Secondary School in downtown St Paul.

Creators Space at 218 7th Street in downtown St Paul (corner of 7th Street & Wacouta) is a new arts center for Lowertown that offers a coffeehouse, classes, gallery space and artist workspaces for a wide range of artistic disciplines. They will be hosting guest artists in their 34,000 square foot space and telling visitors about their opportunities to think, learn and explore. TruArtSpeaks, a non-profit that works with about 30 schools in the metro area, has a scheduled spoken word performance for us. They will be sending student poets into Indigenous Roots, check out the Event Guide for the performance time. The Virginia Street Church at 170 Virginia St in St Paul will be hosting artists. Built in 1886, the beautiful Victoria Street Swedenborgian Church was designed by Cass Gilbert, the St. Paul architect who later became famous for designing the Minnesota State Capitol. Burning Brothers Brewery at 1750 Thomas Ave W in St Paul will feature local artists along with totally gluten-free beer and food trucks. Also new for the Spring 2018 Art Crawl are a new feature called District Tours. The Fearless Comedy Productions will be giving one tour on Saturday and one on Sunday in the Raymond Station district. The walking tours will explore 4 locations, giving the history of the area and some insider information on each building, along with some visitor etiquette when touring studios. Check out the Art Crawl Event Guide for specific times and where to meet. A list of all our locations is online on our website: http://www.saintpaulartcrawl.org/locations Enjoy the Saint Paul Art Crawl! Josh Intemann President, St. Paul Art Collective Board of Directors info@stpaulartcollective.org


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27, 28 & 29 Friday, 6-10 pm Saturday, 12-8 pm Sunday, 12-5 pm

Thank You....................................................................................................................2 Poster & Media Winners..............................................................................................4 Poster Competition Jurors..........................................................................................6 District Spotlight..........................................................................................................7 Bronze Sculpture Casting and the “Lost Wax” Method............................................30 Exhibitors...................................................................................................................31 LOWERTOWN

262 Building (262 E 4th St)........................................................................................32 Creators Space (218 E 7th St)...................................................................................33 First Baptist Church (499 Wacouta St)......................................................................33 Lowertown Commons (300 E 4th St.).......................................................................34 Lowertown Lofts Artist Co-op (255 E Kellogg Blvd, Alley)........................................34 Minnesota State Arts Board (Park Square Court: 400 Sibley St)..............................35 Northern Warehouse (308 Prince St).........................................................................35 The Resistance Movement (205 E 7th St).................................................................38 Northwestern Building (275 E 4th St)........................................................................38 The Show Gallery Lowertown (346 Sibley St)...........................................................38 Tilsner Artist Lofts (300 Broadway St).......................................................................39 Union Depot (214 E 4th St)........................................................................................42 DOWNTOWN

Produce Exchange Building (147 E 10th St).............................................................43 George Latimer Central Library (90 W 4th St)...........................................................43 Rossmor Building (500 N Robert St).........................................................................44 WEST 7TH

Upper Mississippi Academy (St. Francis Bldg. - 426 Osceola Ave).........................44 Schmidt Artist Lofts (Bottle House–876 W 7th St)....................................................44 Schmidt Artist Lofts (Brew House–900 W 7th St).....................................................45 Schneider Carpet One (1112 W 7th St).....................................................................47 WEST SIDE

ACVR Warehouse (106 Water St)..............................................................................47 CATHEDRAL HILL

Virginia Street Church (170 Virginia St)......................................................................48 MERRIAM PARK

Spatial Effects Gallery (1759 Selby Ave)...................................................................48

Don Dickinson, Dow Building King of the Road

MIDWAY

Burning Brothers Brewing (1750 Thomas Ave).........................................................49 Interact Center for Visual and Performing Arts (1860 Minnehaha Ave W).................49 Prior Affair (755 Prior Ave N)......................................................................................49 RAYMOND STATION

Catalog Design: Tom McGregor

West Hampden Artists (2281 Hampton Ave W)........................................................49 Carleton Artist Lofts (2285 University Ave W)...........................................................49 Dow Building (2242 University Ave W)......................................................................50 Midway Triangle Building (2500 University Ave W)...................................................52 Vandalia Tower (550 Vandalia St)...............................................................................53 SOUTH COMO

Front Avenue Pottery (895 Front Ave).......................................................................53 EAST SIDE

The St. Paul Art Collective 308 Prince Street, Suite 206 St. Paul, MN 55101 stpaulartcollective.org

East Side Freedom Library (1105 Greenbrier St).......................................................54 Indigenous Roots Cultural Center (788 E 7th St)......................................................54 J.A. Geiger Studio (1647 Beech St)...........................................................................55 Saint Paul’s Flat Earth Brewing (688 Minnehaha Ave E)...........................................55 Swede Hollow Cafe (725 E 7th St)............................................................................56 Sponsors & Partners.................................................................................................57 Dining, Food & Drink.................................................................................................79 Artists by Medium Listing..........................................................................................85 Map...........................................................................................................................88

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Special Thanks The St. Paul Art Collective would like to thank the following Benefactors of this spring’s Saint Paul Art Crawl. Benefactors make this event possible each season and we hope participants and visitors will show their own support to these businesses in appreciation of their sponsorship.

Benefactor ($2,500+)

Supporter ($300+)

Pioneer Press AM 950 KTNF Metro Transit Modern Press

333 on the Park ACVR Warehouse AZ Gallery Biergarden Germania Black Dog Cafe Bremer Bank Burning Brothers Brewery C & E – New Eco-friendly Flats and Historic Lofts Dominion, Inc. Dow Art Gallery and Picture Framing Flat Earth Brewing Front Avenue Pottery and Tile Company Hygga Interact Center for Visual and Performing Arts J.A. Geiger Studio Kelly’s Depot Bar and Grill Kyatchi Legacy Chocolates Lowertown Underground Artists Lowertown Wine and Spirits Minneapolis-St. Paul Home Tour Mississippi Market Natural Foods Co-op Spatial Effects Gallery The Resistance Movement The Show Gallery Lowertown Tom Dunn Photography Zeitgeist

Patron ($1,000+) Artspace Dayton’s Bluff Neighborhood Housing Services Saint Paul Saints Springboard for the Arts Union Depot Wet Paint Artists’ Materials and Framing Partner ($600+) BankCherokee Hope Community Church Lowertown Master Framers The Northwestern Building Perennial Management Pioneer Endicott Apartments St. Paul Farmers Market University of St. Thomas Vandalia Glassworks

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Volunteers Abby Haddican Alessandra Williams Amy Kaufman Andrew Webster Angela Spencer Ardis Hafdahl Barry Madore Brian Silver Bryce Borkhuis Carin Ekstrand-Anderson Caroline Mecklin Dayna Wolter DeAnne Parks Deneen Gannon Dom Lijenquist Donna Saul Millen Elaine Walsh Henry Walton Hta Thi Yu Moo Isaac Fromm Joli Grostephan-Brancato Justin Terlecki Karen Englesen Katherine Wojtan Kathleen Conger Katie Emory Kevin Caulfield Khanh Tran Kristin Johnson Linda Cossone Mary Anne Quiroz Mary Jo Schmith Melissa Chaple Melissa Dessart Michael Bahl Michele Hays Mickey Jurewicz Noah Tilsen Olena Kakuruza

Peter Rachleff Rachel Wacker Ruth Lund Reyne Branchaud-Linsk Skot Rieffer Sue Davis Susan Mikutowski Susannah Schouweller Tara Weatherly Trisha Low Virginia Padden Winna Bernard

St. Paul Art Collective Board of Directors President - Josh Intemann Vice President - Linda Snouffer Treasurer – Josephine Geiger Secretary - Tomas Alvarez

At Large: Beth Nault David Evans Emily Larson Tom Reynen Tomas Alvarez Tracie Thompson

Poster and Media Competition Jurors Anthony Whelihan Dulcey Heller Tina Blondell Web/IT Craig Thiesen Musa Vadnais Core Group Members Barbara Evan Josephine A. Geiger Josh Intemann Linda Snouffer Tom McGregor Art Crawl Director: Brenda Brousseau Art Crawl Co-Director: Alexzan M. Richmond

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Spring 2018 Poster Winner Don Dickinson Dow Building

Don Dickinson | Dow Building King of the Road Watercolor, 22″ x 30″

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This piece is an exploration of urban landscapes and the energy they create. I’m interested in how that energy is visualized. Cities can be chaotic experiences and the challenge is to produce an equivalent feeling. Fracturing the subject matter creates the visual energy and also adds the necessary chaos. One of the problems of functioning in an urban environment is how to organize the chaos. One of the ways to do that in the real world is to use grids, either on street maps or even in the actual organization of streets in the initial urban plan. I use grids in these paintings as a nod in that direction. Artistically the grid provides an organizing static visual to contrast with the underlying asymmetrical chaos of the fractured subject matter. I have also tried to stay away from static “pretty” compositions in favor of more diagonals and oblique collaging, going more in the direction of a raw “street photography” approach, such as in Gary Winogrand’s work.


Spring 2018 Media Winners

Jeffrey Hansen Visual Artist | Tilsner Artists Lofts DecompressedAcrylic on Canvas 44″ x 48″

Tracie Thompson | Saint Paul’s Flat Earth Brewing Rolling Hills, Acrylic on Canvas 12″ x 16″

AnJartica | Union Depot Ice Spiral, Jewelry 1″ x 1″ x 18″

Jane Ellison | Northern Warehouse Indigo Tree, Textile, Fused 12″ x 12″ x .25″

DC Ice | Schmidt Artist Lofts-Brew House The Spring Thaw Mixed Media on Scratchboard 10″ x 12″

Juan T Parker | Tilsner Artists Lofts Invisible Black and White Photography 11″ x 14″

Outa Torch Glasswerks | Carleton Artist Lofts, Marbles Glass, various sizes

Michael Schmidt | Northern Warehouse Urbanscape, Oil and Wax on Board 10″ x 8″

Sharon Miller-Thompson | J.A. Geiger Studio Cattail Sculpture Steel and Copper, 72″ x 36″ x 36″

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Thank you to our Spring 2018 Poster Competition Jurors

Celebrity portrait artist, Anthony R. Whelihan, has made his mark on the contemporary art community with his bold use of color, signature style and captivating imagery. Whelihan has been commissioned by the NFL, Nascar, Disney, U.S. Open, Timberwolves, Nobel Conference and numerous celebrities in film, music, sports and theater. Whelihan’s largest commission work “Seasons of the City”, commissioned by Ameriprise, is the wall mural on the Minneapolis Convention Center building. At 5,500 square feet, and 3.5 stories tall, it is one of the largest murals on canvas in the world. Whelihan’s work is bold, imaginative, volatile and yet introspective. To experience the work is to experience the artist himself. Learning to Look, is the Vision to See.

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Dulcey Heller is a maker and an avid member of the local art/craft community. A long-time public librarian, she has also worked and volunteered for art libraries. Textile arts are her primary creative focus. Dulcey’s first medium is seed beads and thread. She is also attracted to creating forms in the fascinating medium of glass. Recently, she added weaving to her studio practice. Her artistic and creative interests are far ranging, and she has enjoyed the many opportunities in the area to view and learn art and craft. As a librarian and a curious creative, she has knowledge of a variety of craft techniques, and looks forward to learning more.

Tina Blondell was born in 1953 in Salzburg, Austria, to an American father and Austrian mother who encouraged her early interest in art. Crucial to her education as an artist were her firsthand encounters with art in Italy, where she lived until 1971, particularly the work of Caravaggio and of Artemisia Gentileschi. Other influences are Goya, Francis Bacon and Alice Neel; whose paintings combine an emotional impact with a vision of the human condition. Blondell’s involvement with earlier art informed both her technique and interest in narrative, and her quoting of images from the history of art in this painter’s decidedly contemporary work. In the mid 1990s Blondell settled in Minneapolis, where she continues to live. Blondell has exhibited her work widely both nationally and internationally. Her work is in many private and public collections including the Minneapolis Institute of Arts and the Weisman Art Museum.


DISTRICT SPOTLIGHT

District Spotlight

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DISTRICT SPOTLIGHT | Midway / Raymond / South Como Curated by AM950

Greta Sandquist | Midway Triangle Building St Paul Lights, Acrylic on Wood, 20″ x 16″

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This District Spotlight is sponsored by AM950


Don Dickinson | Dow Building King of the Road, Watercolor, 22″ x 30″

This District Spotlight is sponsored by AM950

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DISTRICT SPOTLIGHT | Midway / Raymond / South Como Curated by AM950

Outa Torch Glasswerks | Carleton Artist Lofts Marbles, Glass

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This District Spotlight is sponsored by AM950


John McLoone | Midway Triangle Building Cantilever Side Table, Walnut, 25″ x 16″ x 24″

Linda Ricklefs Baudry | Dow Building Let Go of Certainty, Pastel and Mixed Media, 25″ x 20″

Mosaics Etc | Dow Building Sunset Birches, Stained Glass Mosaic, 24″ x 39″

Front Avenue Pottery and Tile Co. | Front Avenue Pottery Birch, Bird, and Flower Buds Oval Dish Reduction Fired Stoneware, 8″ x 12″ x 1″

This District Spotlight is sponsored by AM950

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DISTRICT SPOTLIGHT | West 7th / West Side / Cathedral Hill Curated by BankCherokee

Mark Hakomaki Studio | ACVR Warehouse Murray’s Sisters, Oil on Canvas, 20″ x 30″

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This District Spotlight is sponsored by BankCherokee


Paul Chaple | The Virginia Street Church Untitled #4, Digital Print, 8.5″ x 11″

Jennifer Lowinger | Schmidt Artist Lofts-Bottle House Akai Bara (Red Rose), Oil on Canvas, 41.5″ x 41.5″

Karen Brandt | The Virginia Street Church Colorwash, Textile Art, 42″ x 42″

Jeff Ambroz | Schmidt Artist Lofts-Brew House Remember When People Sent Letters? Mixed media, 24″ x 24″

This District Spotlight is sponsored by BankCherokee 13


DISTRICT SPOTLIGHT | East Side Curated by Dayton’s Bluff Neighborhood Housing Services

Chris Singewald Pottery | East Side Freedom Library Yellow Cup, Stoneware Clay, 4.25″ x 3.5″ x 3.5″

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This District Spotlight is sponsored by Dayton’s Bluff Neighborhood Housing Services


Jeanne Kosfeld | Swede Hollow Cafe Landmark Center, Watercolor, 20″ x 16″

This District Spotlight is sponsored by Dayton’s Bluff Neighborhood Housing Services

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DISTRICT SPOTLIGHT | East Side Curated by Dayton’s Bluff Neighborhood Housing Services

Lynn Wood | J.A. Geiger Studio Small Basket, Clay, 4.5″ x 6.5″ x 4″

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This District Spotlight is sponsored by Dayton’s Bluff Neighborhood Housing Services


Josephine A. Geiger | J.A. Geiger Studio Cathedral of the Moon, Glass, Copper, 16″ x 20.75″ Claire O’Connor | East Side Freedom Library Vase with Blue Flowers, Clay, 7″ x 5″

Jersey Mische-Richter | Saint Paul’s Flat Earth Brewing Let’s Get Lost In The Clouds, Pen and Ink, 5″ x 7″

Henry Walton Industrial Steamworks | Saint Paul’s Flat Earth Brewing Part of the Machine, Mixed Media, 19″ x 18″ x 6″

This District Spotlight is sponsored by Dayton’s Bluff Neighborhood Housing Services

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DISTRICT SPOTLIGHT | Lowertown / Downtown Curated by Northwestern Building

Robyn Beth Priestley, Creators Space Stream Impressions III, Mixed Media Block Print on Paper, Hand Colored, 12″ x 24″

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This District Spotlight is sponsored by Northwestern Building


Ben R Cooper Photography | The Show Gallery Lowertown Early Morning at Hollow Rock, Photography, 12″ x 18″

Becky L Amble, Union Depot Blue Mood, Watercolor, 30″ x 24″

J.W Patrick | The Show Gallery Lowertown Cheese Plate, Oil on Canvas, 8″ x 10″

Marnie’s Creations | Tilsner Artists Lofts Labradorite Pendant, Wire Work

This District Spotlight is sponsored by Northwestern Building

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DISTRICT SPOTLIGHT | Lowertown / Downtown Curated by Pioneer Endicott

Jes Reyes | Lowertown Lofts Artists Cooperative In Between, Mixed Media on Paper, 30″ x 22″

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This District Spotlight is sponsored by Pioneer Endicott


Jennifer Maroney | Lowertown Commons Farmers Market Flowers, Acrylic on Canvas, 30″ x 24″

Jerri Jo Brandt | Northwestern The Light Beyond, Oil on Linen, 16″ x 12″

Jessica McKeever | Tilsner Artists Lofts Metamorphosis, Mixed Media, 38″ x 38″

Red Dot Drawings | Lowertown Lofts Artists Cooperative Undercover Penguin, Pencil and Red Nailpolish, 1.6″ x 0.5″

This District Spotlight is sponsored by Pioneer Endicott

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DISTRICT SPOTLIGHT | Lowertown / Downtown Curated by Springboard for the Arts

Caroline M. Mecklin | Northern Warehouse Catherine L. Johnson, Acrylic on Canvas, 40″ x 30″

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This District Spotlight is sponsored by Springboard for the Arts


Matthew Rucker | Northern Warehouse Always Come Back to You, Oil on Canvas, 24″ x 20″

Tom McGregor | Northwestern The Cathedral, Oil on Linen, 18″ x 14″

Michael Daly Watercolors | Northern Warehouse Yes, My Lady, Watercolor and Metallic Color, 15″ x 11″

Alex Kuno | Northern Warehouse Garden On The Other Side Of The Sea, Graphite on Paper, 11″ x 14″

This District Spotlight is sponsored by Springboard for the Arts

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DISTRICT SPOTLIGHT | West 7th / West Side / Cathedral Hill Curated by St. Paul Saints

Petra Johnita Lommen | Schmidt Artist Lofts-Bottle House Mystical Realm of the First Eagle Huntress Acrylic on Canvas, 30″ x 40″ 24

This District Spotlight is sponsored by St. Paul Saints


Ranebo Warrior | The Virginia Street Church Soul Painting, Acrylic on Stretched Canvas, 12″ x 9″

This District Spotlight is sponsored by St. Paul Saints

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DISTRICT SPOTLIGHT | West 7th / West Side / Cathedral Hill Curated by Saint Paul Saints

Matt Van Tassell | Schmidt Artist Lofts-Brew House Bankrobber John, Acrylic on Canvas, 20″ x 16″

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This District Spotlight is sponsored by St. Paul Saints


John Ilg | ACVR Warehouse As Is, Puzzle Pieces, 14.75″ x 23″

This District Spotlight is sponsored by St. Paul Saints

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DISTRICT SPOTLIGHT | Lowertown / Downtown Curated by Wet Paint Artists' Materials & Framing

Justin Terlecki | Lowertown Lofts Artists Cooperative Jazz Musicians in Mears Park, Acrylic on Paper, 18″ x 24″

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This District Spotlight is sponsored by Wet Paint Artists' Materials & Framing


Michael Schmidt | Northern Warehouse Urbanscape, Oil and Wax on Board, 10″ x 8″

Jessica Turtle | Northern Warehouse Pretty Bird, Acrylic on Press Board, 16″ x 20″

Lynn Pauly Art | Union Depot Volterra Window, Watercolor, 6″ x 6″

Liz Pawlak | Rossmor Chama Colors, Oil, 20″ x 24″

This District Spotlight is sponsored by Wet Paint Artists' Materials & Framing

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Bronze Sculpture Casting and the “Lost-Wax” Method By Thomas Zahn, Zahnworks Studio

As an aspiring figurative sculptor I was first introduced to the complexities of the bronze production process in the year 2000. I began attending

sculpture studio classes at the Minnetonka Center for the Arts, a regionally recognized arts complex and foundry located west of Minneapolis near Lake Minnetonka. Somewhat unknowingly, I had stepped into the world of truly heavy metal. The art birthed from boiling hot wax; cauldron brews of plaster, water, and sand; glowing molten pours; welding torches; metal grinding, and the spraying of chemical mixes onto sizzling-hot bronze were all part of the foundry’s dark circus. And I was hooked. This spring will be the third time the Zahnworks Studio has participated in the Saint Paul Art Crawl. Because of the many factors that make bronze sculpture expensive I don’t expect to market sales through a walk-in audience. Generally, a completed 12-inch figure may start out at about $1,500, with larger pieces going into the $10-50,000 range. A human-sized figurative public art bronze statue, pedestal and prep work could easily cost over $100,000. In addition to the artistry, the cost of bronze and foundry fees are very high. During past Art Crawls the most common question studio visitors ask is: “How is bronze sculpture made?” Expecting a relatively straight-forward, simple answer, they soon learn, more often than not, that they are in for a longer explanation than they were bargaining for. This article will attempt to answer that question and like most good things in life, its complicated. First a bronze primer, then the “process.” Bronze has played such a pivotal a role in the human story that it has an “Age” named after it. Bronze was one of the first metals known to man. The earliest “lost-wax” cast bronze 30

artifacts found in the Middle East and Egypt date back to circa 3,700 BCE, making them more than 5700 years old. The ancients had discovered that tools could be shaped in wax and then encapsulated in hollowed fired clay molds. The molds would then be fired to burn out the wax (lost-wax) creating a shaped, negative space within. Molten bronze would then be poured into the core of the mold, allowed to cool and then the bronze object was removed from the mold. Through the centuries elements and steps of the “lostwax” process have been refined, however, bronze casting is essentially the same as it was in ancient times. Bronze, the most durable of art forms, is an alloy of 95% copper, 4% silicon and 1% manganese with traces of other elements such as iron. Bronze figures from Greek and Roman antiquity have been lifted up from the seabed unscathed by the salt-water or time. “Silicon bronze,“ developed in the 1920s, has been the bronze of choice for fine art castings since its inception. It is corrosionresistant, strong, resilient, formable and weldable. Also known as “hot-cast” bronze, a fine art “lost-wax” casting of silicon bronze is created through many labor-intensive steps. While the model may originally be made of clay, wax or other pliable material, for this analysis we will assume the figure is created in clay. From concept to finished artwork the production steps are: 1. The Original Model Artwork — If the clay figure needs internal support, a wire “armature” may be necessary to serve as the skeletal reinforcement. Through the creative process the artist works the clay into the detailed model as it will appear once it is cast in bronze. At this, the beginning step, the artwork is most malleable — to the point of even recording the sculptor’s fingerprints. The most extensive form-making and creative sculpting is completed in this first step in the process. Continues on page 83


Exhibitors

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LOWERTOWN

262 Building 262 E 4th St

Lowertown

102 Master Framers

Custom handcrafted picture and mirror frames, art and frame restoration and gilding. From old world to contemporary, we have the frame that fits. sales@masterframers.com 651-291-8820 www.masterframers.com

102 Janet Hawn 102 David Hara Copper Forest Creations

Copper Wire & Semi-Precious Stone Jewelry

One of a kind Hand-made Pillows & Cards mamahawn@gmail.com 651-295-7965

102 Patty Rau

Hand-thrown, Hand-painted Ceramics thropots@prrpots.com 612-986-5168 www.prrpots.com

davidhara123@gmail.com 612-240-5831

102 Robert Brocken

Hand-made Ceramic Fish for your Walls

102 Marilyn Morrison 102 Cathy Milostan

Delicate Floral Watercolors & Bookmarks cmilostan@comcast.net 612-559-0448

102 Gwen Crabb

Decorative & Functional Hand-built Ceramics crabb001@umn.edu 612-801-9255

Polymer Clay Steam Punk Figures & Bird Houses

RBrocken@gmail.com 612-240-9729 www.piscesceramics.etsy.com

marilyn@marilynmorrison.com 651-247-3777 www.marilynmorrison.com

102 Sue Wolske – Hangin' in There

Hand-made Jewelry with Stones & Beads suezq1422@gmail.com

102 Roger Nielsen 102 Cindy Lindgren

Arts & Crafts Style Cards, Prints, & Textiles cindy.lindgren@yahoo.com 952-426-4575 www.cindylindgren.com

Paintings & Prints

102 Jan Geisen

Polymer Clay Jewelry jan@jangeisen.com 651-488-7633 www.jangeisen.com

rogerhnielsen@hotmail.com 651-552-9980

201 MD Wodnick Oil Paintings

mdwstudio@msn.com 651-227-1207

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Creators Space 218 E 7th St

Creators Space

A place to think, explore, and create. Creators Space is a creativity center and coffee house providing a variety of classes along with the space and tools needed to create. A place to Just Begin. mailbox@creatorsspace.com www.CreatorsSpace.com

nmcguirephotography Joe Kral

Mixed Media, Collage, Street Art, Pop Art kingkral@gmail.com 412-225-8340 www.joekral.net

Mosaic Framing Photographer, Creative Artwork

Drew Zuehlke

Photography & Design

drewzuehlkdesign@gmail.comÂ

nmcguirephotography @gmail.com 651-470-0872 www.nmcguirephotography.com

Maggie Baillie

Home Goods, Cat Toys, Jewelry, & more.

Becca Bee Photography

Hope Hymns

Vintage Hymns for The Next Generation

www.facebook.com/ madmagicmagpie

Nature & Landscape Photography

Robyn Beth Priestley

Mixed Media Block Print on Paper, Hand-colored

beccabee1985@gmail.com

hope@hopecc.com 612-378-8820 www.hopehymns.bandcamp.com

robynturtle@gmail.com 651-292-0321 www.paintedturtledesign.com

Moneco Arts – Avery Walker Jay Schlie

Long Exposure Night Photography jayschlie@gmail.com www.jayschlie.com

Digital Art, Prints, & Drawing monecoarts@gmail.com averymoneco.deviantart.com

First Baptist Church 499 Wacouta St

First Baptist Church

Hope Community Church will host a variety of different works and mediums from people in our church including music from local artists. hope@hopecc.com 612-378-8820 www.hopecc.com

Katie Batman

Functional Ceramics, Photography, & Sketches

batmankatherine@gmail.com www.artbatman.weebly.com

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First Baptist Church continued

Little Coyote Lake Pottery Functional Pottery & Sculptures

Lowertown

apeaceofclay@yahoo.com 651-755-4408

Emilie Henthorne Stefanie Kathryn Art

Mixed Media, Photography, Hand Lettering stefaniekathrynart@gmail.com

Watercolor, Printmaking, Mixed Media

art.emiliehenthorne@gmail.com 612-327-3502 www.emiliehenthorne.com

Lowertown Commons 300 E 4th St

Portraits & Landscape Plein Air Paintings

Lowertown Lofts Artists Cooperative

Home to some of the Twin Cities most well-known and talented creatives, LLAC provides both a vibrant community and affordable live-work studios to artists in Saint Paul's historic warehouse district.

303 judit neilsdottir Jeannie May

Diving into the Deep: Symbols, Songs, Stories lirpaj@hotmail.com 651-303-8198 www.apriljoyhanson.com

255 E Kellogg Blvd, Alley

lowertownloftscoop@gmail.com www.lowertownlofts.org

Don Biehn

humanbiehn@msn.com 651-645-2234

Lowertown Lofts Artists Cooperative

3rd Floor Atrium April Hanson, Mezzo-soprano

Dance at a Glance XVIII: Epitaph

3rd Floor Atrium Marla Gamble

One-of-a-kind Custom Jewelry & Paintings

marlagamblek12@gmail.com 651-224-6711

3rd Floor Atrium Noble Soap Gallery Hand-made Soap, Vegan & All-natural

noblesoapgallery@gmail.com www.facebook.com/ noblesoapgallery

Acrylic on Canvas

jmay1012@gmail.com 254-366-4435 www.sites.google.com/ view/jmayart/home

Elaine Walsh Photography Landscape, Cityscape, & Travel Photography

306 Taylor Winder

elainewals20@hotmail.com 651-235-7435

Jennifer Maroney

Painting, Cards, Handmade Journals

jenniferamaroney@mac.com 612-810-4892 www.jennyinspired.com

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Digital Art, Painting, & Illustration

taylorwinder@gmail.com 608-332-1613 www.taylorwinder.com

3rd Floor Atrium Red Dot Drawings

Whimsical Sketches with Red, White & Black reddotdrawings@gmail.com 323-541-8237 www.instagram.com/ reddotdrawings


Minnesota State Arts Board 400 Sibley St.

200 Minnesota State Arts Board

406 Kristi Abbott

Collage/Mixed Media

madebykristi@hotmail.com 612-991-9023 www.madebykristi.com

4th Floor Atrium William G. Franklin Video Art

info@williamgfranklin.com 612-298-2645 www.williamgfranklin.com

5th Floor Gaylord Schanilec Bookish Printmaking

gaylord@midnightpapersales.co www.midnightpapersales.com

Exhibition featuring visual art created through Minnesota State Arts Board grant programs by artists who have immigrated to Minnesota or whose work deals with the immigrant experience. msab@arts.state.mn.us 651-215-1600 www.arts.state.mn.us

Northern Warehouse

408 Justin Terlecki Narrative Painting & Lithography

308 Prince St

justinterleckiart@gmail.com 651-487-0911 www.GrovelandGallery.com

125 Beth Stoneberg Oil on Birch Plywood

510 Tom Helmberger Linocut Printing & Assemblage

tomhelmberger@yahoo.com

5th Floor Jes Reyes

Abstract Expressionism, Mixed Media Paintings jesreyesart@gmail.com www.jesreyes.com

4th Floor EverArt Designs

bstoneberg@comcast.net 651-645-4782 www.bethstoneberg.com

130 AZ Gallery

Artist cooperative and gift shop featuring over 20 local artists including Amy Clark, Beth Stoneberg, Chris LaFontaine, Jessica Turtle, Laura Toth, Lorraine Omley, Neil Johnston and Tom Reynen. info@theazgallery.org 651-224-3757 www.theazgallery.org

Modern Jewelry—Silver, Gold, Gems, Leather everartdesigns@gmail.com www.everartdesigns.com

5th Floor Ellen Rutchick Photography

510 Tara L Tieso

ellenrutchick@gmail.com

Encaustic/Pen & Ink/ Symbolic Tarot ties0006@umn.edu

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Lowertown

Northern Warehouse continued

222 Michael Bahl AZ Gallery Matthew Rucker AZ Gallery Jessica Turtle

Painted Collage

msjessicaturtle@gmail.com 651-361-9286 www.jessicaturtle.bigcartel.com

Original oil Paintings

matthew@matthewrucker.com 612-207-7991 www.matthewrucker.com

AZ Gallery Neil Johnston Paintings paintstew@gmail.com 612-719-6019 www.paintstew.com

Paleo-Osteological Interpretation

michaelkbahl@gmail.com 651-552-9496 www.michaelbahl.com

242 Tom Dunn Photography

Irish of Minnesota Photography Exhibit

AZ Gallery Joe Linn Photography Landscape, Cityscape, & Wildlife Photography joe@joelinn.com www.joelinnphoto.com

AZ Gallery Michael Schmidt

Urban Inspired Oil Paintings

mtaschmidt@mac.com 651-792-5686 www.michaelschmidtstudio.com

AZ Gallery Tom Reynen

tom@tomdunnphoto.com 651-368-2047 www.tomdunnphoto.com

Photographs, Cards, Prints, Umbrellas & more tommyrey@comcast.net 651-787-0463 www.pixels.com/ profiles/tom-reynen/shop

410 Alex Kuno

Fairy Tales & Surreal Anatomy

AZ Gallery Lorraine Omley

Paintings Employing Subconscious Symbolism www.AZGallery.org

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AZ Gallery Natasha Poppe

Porcelain & Raku Ceramics www.natasharts.com

210 Craig Thiesen

Landscape Photography, Public Events www.craigthiesen.com

alexkuno@gmail.com 612-356-1427 www.alexkunoartwork.com


414 JobyLynn Sassily-JamesGypsy Wagon

Mixed Media, Photography, & Small Gifts room2grow@gmail.com www.sassijams.com

611 Stephen Workman, Workman Studio 611 Encaustic Painting, Prints, Photo, Workshops

stephenworkman@icloud.com 913-426-3460 www.workmanstudio611.com

519 Michael Daly Watercolors

Brilliant Florals, Landscpaes, & Abstracts dalywatercolors@aol.com 651-500-8276 www.dalywatercolors.com

Lower Level - Lowertown Underground Artists

Lower Level - Lowertown Underground Artists Caroline M. Mecklin Figurative Painting, Drawing, & Ceramics cmmecklin@gmail.com 317-252-5816 www.mecklinart.com

suekhammond@gmail.com 651-274-3088 www.skhammondart.com

lowertownundergroundartists @gmail.com www.facebook.com/ LowertownUndergroundArtists

Textile Artist

jbe200@hotmail.com 651-261-9736

520 Lady Sharyn

651-227-5070 http://www.redbubble.com/ people/sharynhultman

Watercolor, Ink & Acrylic Abstract Paintings

A collection of artists working and displaying in the Northern Warehouse in Lowertown St. Paul. Open Saturdays & Sundays 11am - 3pm.

Lower Level - Lowertown Underground Artists Jane Ellison

Passionate and Exciting Watercolor Paintings

Lower Level - Lowertown Underground Artists S.K. Hammond Artist

Lower Level - Lowertown Underground Artists Caprice Glaser

Lower Level - Lowertown Underground Artists Tim Renken Traditional Darkroom Photography

trenken@sprintmail.com 612-317-0995

Paintings; Sculptures; Mobiles; Drawings

caprice@capriceglaser.com 651-587-5898 www.capriceglaser.com

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Northwestern

The Resistance Movement

275 E 4th St

Lowertown

205 East 7th St.

First Floor The Resistance Movement

B100 Kala Vandanam (Suchitra Sairam)

345 Tom McGregor

Plein Air & Studio Paintings

Indian Classical Dance (Bharatanatyam)

tom@mcgregorart.com 651-983-0881 www.mcgregorart.com

110 Chellie Bock Studios

350D Mona J's Art and Gifts

info@kalavandanam.com www.kalavandanam.com

Creative Photography, Painting & more!

info@chelliebockstudios.com 715-410-8729 www.chelliebockstudios.com

A Group Show with Kris Johnson and Paul Johnson featuring restored steamer trunks, reclaimed furniture & art. Photographer Kathryn Nordstrom with "The Fish House Book, Life on Ice in the Northland". kscho1999@aol.com 719-271-1237 www.Etsy.com/shop/ MonaJArtandGifts

510 Mary’s Pence

345 Jerri Jo Brandt Paintings from Nature & Imagination

jerri.jo.brandt@gmail.com 952-484-1959 www.jerrijo.blogspot.com

Mary’s Pence invests in women across the Americas to support their economic and social empowerment. We will show metalwork plaques, indigo-dyed fabrics and more handmade by women in Central America. 651-788-9869 www.maryspence.org

800 Todd Rhoades Fine Wooden Bowls

trhoades@cermakrhoades.com www.finewoodenbowls.com

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Showcasing various art forms including photography, watercolor, digital and 3D, exploring the intersection of movement, dance and the human body. Check website for dance performances and demos.

info@ resistancemovementfitness.com 651-225-8878 resistancemovementfitness.com

Alley Studio Isyoma Design

Fashion - Handmade

customerservice@ isyomadesign.com www.isyomadesign.com

The Show Gallery Lowertown 346 Sibley St

The Show Gallery Lowertown

Interact is hosting a variety of local artists. Photography, paintings, totes, pottery, organic soaps, jewelry, women’s fashion, sculpture, an assortment of works from the prolific artists from MSS & more!

Ben R Cooper Photography

Landscape & Cityscape Photography

ben@benrcooper.com 952-292-6678 www.shop.benrcooper.com

Info@ theshowartgallerylowertown.org 651-419-8022 Theshowgallerylowertown.org

Carol Strait

Mixed Media on Board: Owls, Bats, Crows Carolannstrait@gmail.com


Tilsner Artists Lofts 300 Broadway Street

202 Jeff Schad Imagery

Celia DeLago

Digital Art, 3D Modeling, Painting

rosefromthelake@gmail.com 856-745-2920 celiadelago.carbonmade.com

Cityscape & Portrait Photography

Lucero Jewelry

info@jeffschadimagery.com 612-619-0685 www.jeffschadimagery.com

Brass & Copper Jewelry Inspired by the Past sally@lucerojewelry.com 651-335-3777 www.lucerojewelry.com

1st Floor Chelonidae Artistry

Scratchboard Drawing

chelonidaeartistry@gmail.com www.chelonidaeartistry.com

Grayson Day

Acrylic Painting

graysondayart@gmail.com www.graysondayart.com

209 Jeffrey Hansen Visual Artist

Patricia Lange

Functional & Sculptural Claywork

Abstract Painting & Nature Photography

plange@comcast.net 651-245-8102

jeff@jhansenartist.com www.jhansenartist.com

1st Floor Jessica McKeever

2nd Floor Sammi Anne, Artist

jlynn.finearts@gmail.com 612-590-4757 www.jlynnarts.com

sammianneartist@gmail.com

Aquatic Life Forms Mixed Media Artist

Tim Llop J.W Patrick

American West Oil Paintings juspatw@gmail.com www.j-w-patrick.weebly.com

Original Paintings & Clay Sculptures

Exploring Space & Time through Wood Grain tim.llop@gmail.com

1st Floor Kristin Prideaux Abstract Macro Photography kristin@argentephoto.com www.argentephoto.com

2nd Floor Steve Tetrick

European Travel Photography sctetrick@gmail.com 612-521-0839 www.mnartists.org/steve-tetrick

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Tilsner continued 2nd Floor Studio Peachbear

Lowertown

Watercolor & Acrylic Designs and Paintings peachbearart@gmail.com www.cargocollective.com/ peachbear

305 LeynaNicolina; Beautiful Intentions

Spiritual Art- Prayerbeads, Henna, Oils, etc Lena@CreateBeautySpirit.com 952-452-2855 www.CreateBeautySpirit.com

3rd Floor Juan T Parker Photography, Pen and Ink, Acrylic

Juanparker58@gmail.com 651-233-7233 www.Steemit.com/@luckyfellow

3rd Floor Paul Winger Photography

Nature, Abstract, & Fine Art Photography paulwingerphotos@aol.com 651-373-9699 www.paulwinger.zenfolio.com

4th Floor Jeffrey B. Hankinson Abstract Painter

jeffhanky@gmail.com 651-587-5746 www.hankinsonart.com

Lindakeim54@gmail.com

507 Karma Morgania

Multi-layered, Mixed Media Paintings angelkhandra@aol.com 651-587-2464

3rd Floor Landing Marnie's Creations

Wire-wrapped Artisan Jewelry marniehart1@comcast.net 651-468-4775 www.marniescreations.com

410 Ruthie Krech Mixed Media Sculpture & Abstract Photography DEMiller.Art@gmail.com www.demiller.art

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karlene.magnuson@gmail.com 612-462-0531

Unique, One of a kind, Hand-made Jewelry

Expressive Landscape Paintings

3rd Floor Danielle E Miller

Crocheted Scarves & Cowls

4th Floor Linda Keim

311 Carolyn Francis Fine Art francisart.mac@mac.com 651-756-1500 www.carolynfrancisstudio.com

502 KarMa DesignsKarlene Magnuson

Painting & Sculpture Ruthiekrech@aol.com

4th Floor Spilt Milk Arts Mosaic Arts

spiltmilkbusiness@gmail.com 612-578-5685

4th Floor Wood Art by Jane

Wooden Housewares & Decorative Items

508 Lloyds of Lowertown Photographic Captured Moments

studio5zero8@comcast.net 651-900-3649 www.facebook.com/ LloydsofLowertown


5th Floor Aimy Stemig Watercolor Paintings with Gold Leaf stemig2010@gmail.com www.AimysArtistry.com

5th Floor Diana De Moraes Art

6th Floor LAndrae Bradley 2-Dimensional Art

landrae37@gmail.com www.facebook.com/ goodearthtreasure

Marketplace Tarot Readings

Questions about life? Come ask the Tarot

sagemoonapothecary@gmail.com

Marketplace Cove BugFlowerArt

Marketplace Cove Glen's Natural Wood Crafts

6th Floor McCord Woodworks

Wooden Pens, Rings, Bowls, Boards, & Spatulas

msraella@yahoo.com www.etsy.com/shop/ Wildarabesque

608 Lucy V. Yogerst, FreeStyle Forms

jmccord28@yahoo.com www.facebook.com/ McCordsWoodworks/

Marketplace Cove Chris Shockley

6th Floor Molly Seim

shockley.christopher@gmail.com www.chrisshockley.com

Whimsical Art

6th Floor Nonsense2 Natalie Seim

6th Floor H.Leigh

nonsense2@catpin.com 651-271-4147 www.nonsense2.com

Acrylic Painter, Digital Photography

Paintings

Variety of Hand-crafted Functional Products

glensnaturalwood@integra.net 952-440-4638 www.glensnaturalwoodcrafts.com

m.seim@yahoo.com 651-270-5868 www.meseim.com

Jingle Birds, Jars, Porcelain Cups.Not Sunday. LVYogerst@yahoo.com 612-522-0968

erinsacrylicvision@gmail.com www.erinsacrylicvision.wix.com/ artist-paint

Butterflyhornet@gmail.com 612-594-2103 www.facebook.com/bugflowerart

Contact@dianademoraes.com www.dianademoraes.com

Eclectic Bohemian Jewelry

Abstract Acrylic Paint on Shipping Pallets

Polymer Clay Magnets & Jewelry

Mixed Media Paintings

5th Floor Wildarabesque

Marketplace Cove Erin's Acrylic Vision

Photography, Cards, Magnets, & Coasters

Marketplace Cove Gypsy Heart Jewelry Boho Style Jewelry

gypsyheartjewelry@hotmail.com 651-442-1216 www.gypsyheartjewelry.com

Heathler1@gmail.com www.hleighart.wordpress.com

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Marketplace Cove Lawrenz Jewelry

Upcycled & Gemstone Jewelry

heather@lawrenzjewelry.com www.lawrenzjewelry.com

Downtown

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Lowertown

Tilsner continued

Marketplace Cove Ralph J Ryan

Paintings in Acrylics & Watercolor skyships1@gmail.com www.skyships1.com

Archana Shankari

Watercolors & Hand-made Palettes Paper.Paint.Art@gmail.com www.instagram.com/ archanashankari

Professional Photography, Mobile Photo Classes

chezsely@gmail.com 651-270-9064 charleshezselyphotography.com

Marketplace West Atrium Mudslinger Pottery Marketplace Cove Marti Johnson

Fine Silver & Gold w/ Ancient Relics & Stones martijohnson22@yahoo.com 952-412-8856

Fine Functional Pottery & Oil Paintings

captainmudslinger@gmail.com 651-270-3330 www.captainmudslinger.com

Union Depot 214 E 4th St

Becky L Amble

Watercolor, Acrylic, & Oils, Fused Glass beckyamble@yahoo.com 612-327-6318 www.ambleart.com

Bruce Siebold

Nature Photography Prints & Note Cards

bruce@ eightyacresphotography.com 715-577-5177 eightyacresphotography.com

Marketplace Cove Mousework Glass Hand-blown Glass

mouseworkglass@yahoo.com 612-227-4993 www.mouseworkglass.com

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Charles Hezsely Photography

AnJartica

Contemporary Jewelry / Travel Photography anjartica@gmail.com 612-269-5459 www.anjartica.com

Christopher Smith

Acrylic-enhanced Photographic Images

mrcamera@aol.com 715-664-8805 www.mrcameraimaging.com

Clay by Debra Kaye

Handmade Clay & Pastels


DOWNTOWN

Produce Exchange Bldg 147 E 10th St

Ernesto Ruiz Photography Landscape & Travel Photography

Lynn Pauly Art

Carla Herrera

randy.schutt@spps.org

Growing Blue Flowers

lpauly377@gmail.com 952-715-0283 www.lynnpaulyart.com

ernesto.ruiz.garcia@gmail.com ernestoruizphotography.com

Soaps, Lotions, Mist Sprays, Salves, Candles growingblueflowers@gmail.com 651-261-9194 www.growingblueflowers.com

Painting & Drawing

Watercolor Painting

Pamela Kirton

Mixed Media Illustration pjtk2103@gmail.com www.pamelakirton.com

651-292-3480

www.creativearts.spps.org

Werner Design Werks

Paintings, Graphic Design, Illustration info@wdw.com 651-291-2660 www.wdw.com

George Latimer Central Library Rachel's Photos Juliet M. Parisi Creations Surrealistic Nature Paintings & Mixed Media julietmparisi@gmail.com www.julietmparisi.wixsite.com/ creations

Barn & Landscape Photography

cainrachelr@gmail.com 651-491-3437 www.cainrachelr.wix.com/ rachelsphotos

Just Me Geralyn and Glass Info@justmegeralynandglass.com 507-581-1239 www.justmegeralynandglass.com

Wood Jewelry, Spoons, & Spatulas

1st Floor, Bremer Room George Latimer Central Library

Artistic works by Creative Arts Secondary School students and George Latimer Central Library Innovation Lab members. Tour the 100-yearold Italian Renaissance library building. central.library@ci.stpaul.mn.us 651-266-7000 www.sppl.org

Fused Glass

Larry Solarz

90 W 4th St

Jarvi

Portraits; Organic Material Portraits randy.schutt@spps.org 651-292-3480 www.creativearts.spps.org

Pikapeace

Cartoon Illustrations & Photography

randy.schutt@spps.org 651-292-3480 www.creativearts.spps.org

Rubbings by Jerry

Faux flowers bloom here. They don't wilt. jerrykmn@gmail.com 612-839-0725

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George Latimer Library continued

Hallway Terry Hildebrand Acrylic 3D Sculptural Paintings and Watercolors lacyhouse@midco.net 651-465-0414 www.thildebrand.com

Downtown

WEST 7TH

Hallway Kathleen Finken Painting/Mixed Media

5th Floor Kimberly Frank

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Raney

Mixed Media, Dance, Music, Realism

Chainmaille Jewelry & Decorative Items

katdotartdot01@gmail.com 651-455-2775 www.katdreamgallery.com

The Creative Mind of Today Upper Mississippi Academy students and staff display and sell a variety of artworks.

West 7th

randy.schutt@spps.org 651-292-3480 www.creativearts.spps.org

Rossmor

212 Kimberly Christenson-Evla

Abstract Oil Paintings & Functional Pottery Evlapottery@aol.com 612-812-5706 www.Evlapottery.com

Hallway Liz Pawlak Hallway Angela Spencer Drawing & Painting

minanoonie@hotmail.com www.mnartists.org/user/12702

426 Osceola Ave S

UMArtists

kfrank7680@gmail.com

500 N Robert St

Upper Mississippi Academy

Landscape Paintings & Abstracts lizpawlak@yahoo.com www.lizpawlak.com

Hallway Michele Heimerdinger

Schmidt Artist LoftsBottle House 876 W 7th St

103 Loulure

Acrylic Paintings & Prints Lou@Loulure.com www.Loulure.com

Pastel, Oil, Acrylic Paintings artmjalvarez@gmail.com 651-470-1904 www.facebook.com/ MJAlvarezFineArt

Hallway FuriousFunJewelry 4th Floor Jane's Prints

Cars, scenic, nature photos, cards, calendars janestrauss@janesprints.com 612-722-2271 www.janesprints.com

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Modern and Antique Inspired Jewelry

furiousfunjewelry@gmail.com www.etsy.com/shop/ FuriousFunJewelry

Hallway Gerry Heroff Art Impressionistic & Abstract Mix Media on Canvas gerrygertie95@gmail.com 651-227-9595 www.facebook.com/ ArtistGerryHeroff

Hallway Richard Stryker Reasonably Priced, Framed Oil Paintings rlstryker@hotmail.com 651-642-9071

Hallway Robin Stryker Embroidered Felt Birds, Coasters, & Mobiles

rlstryker@hotmail.com www.mnartists.org/rlstryker

103 Jennifer Lowinger Abstract Oil Painting

jen.lowinger@outlook.com 360-600-8756 www.jenniferlowinger.com


248 MaryBeth Garrigan 103 Stitches by Carin

Fashion Accessories with a Touch of Sweden stitchesbycarin16@gmail.com 651-497-5108 www.instagram.com/ stitchesbycarin

Acrylic Painting & Mix-media Assembleges marybird@uglydaisy.com 651-564-1026 www.facebook.com/ uglydaisystudio/

Community Room Hendrickson Fine Art Photography

Emotive Photos Inspired by my Irish Heritage

nancy@irelandinblackandwhite.com 612-617-8170 www.irelandinblackandwhite.com

Lobby Petra Johnita Lommen Acrylic Painting

lommenpeter@icloud.com

Schmidt Artist LoftsBrew House 900 W 7th St

352 Tutus by Tulip 119 Kelly R. Ludeking

Metal, Glass, Wood, Furniture & Photography krlmetals@gmail.com www.kellyludeking.com

Tutus by Tulip are all Handmade with Love

jobosquez14@gmail.com 651-208-9573 www.facebook.com/tutusbytulip

Functional, Food-focused Pottery fringeandfettle@gmail.com www.fringeandfettle.com

105 Heather Friedli

kelly@kellypratt.com www.kellypratt.com

heather@friedliarts.com 248-660-3771 www.facebook.com/friedliarts

Graphic Design, Mixed Media

Heritage and Land Inspired Art

Community Room Creative Women Crave Connection

The So, do it! Society - we're making sh!t happen. A unique show featuring what happens when women come together and support one another. Artists, writers, creators of all kinds. Check for events too!

122 Fringe and Fettle Ceramics

Community Room Kelly Pratt

hello@sodoitsociety.com 651-504-4278 www.sodoitsociety.com

Flex Studio Mariah Bridget Heck

123 Davison Photography

Nature Photography

shawndavison04@gmail.com

Mixed Media & Leather Earrings

mariahbheck@hotmail.com 612-281-1385

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West 7th

Schmidt Artist LoftsBrewhouse continued

219 Lemuel Tirado

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123 Gothic Allure

Victorian/Lolita/Punk Jewelry&Clothing Designs

dbeezdesigns@gmail.com 612-845-4991 www.dbeezdesigns.com

West Side

stephanie@gothicallure.com www.facebook.com/GothicAllure

Abstract Emotional Self-Portrait on Canvas

515 Mary Frances Judge

Work Inspired by the Cosmos mfjudge@netzero.net 646-339-2895 www.maryfrancesjudge-mn.com

525 Stephen Poling Art 128 Matt Van Tassell

506 DC Ice

651-295-1882

dcice.art@gmail.com 612-709-3296 www.dcice.com

Acrylic/Oil Painting, & Wooden Toys

Painted Scratchboard Illustrations

Oil Paintings of Waves Breaking on the Rocks

stephenpolingart@gmail.com www.stephenpolingart.com

Clay Studio Brad Menninga

Finely Textured & Sculpted Ceramic Vessels www.bradmenninga.com

Lobby Granny's Country Store

Cards, Soaps, Photographs, & Sundries margie@mrspederson.com 612-532-3086 www.mrspederson.com

507 Elisha May Art Paintings, Drawings & Photography

elishamayart@gmail.com 651-338-5041 www.elishamay.com

219 Barb Tacyshyn-Roth Pastel Portraits, Picture Books, & Oil Paintings rothbarb13@gmail.com 414-319-9096

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Clay Studio Guillermo Guardia

Ceramic Sculpture & Functional Ceramics

guillermo.guardia@moguya.com www.moguya.com

Marketplace thrifty sewing supply

Custom Printed Pillows & Zipper Bags thriftysewing@gmail.com www.thriftysewing.etsy.com


Painting Studio Rick Pirtle Abstract Painting

rpirtle77@hotmail.com 651-964-5919

Schneider Carpet One 1112 W 7th St

Art of Ellen Sweetman

Oil- Landscapes, Abstract, Impressionistic ellen@livelybrush.com 612-314-9709 www.livelybrush.com

Bold Mixed Media on Canvas & Paper jeff.ambroz@gmail.com jeff-ambroz.squarespace.com

Tunnel Rocks 'N Jewelry Fine & Fashion Jewelry & Small Rock Specimens dms55082@gmail.com 651-343-7924 www.facebook.com/ RocksnJewelry

4th Floor Ann Popadiuk Larson

diane@ dianepearsonstudio.design 612-702-3314 www.dianepearsonstudio.design

alarson13@gmail.com 612-998-4667 www.mnartists.org/ ann-popadiuk-larson

4th Floor Malcolm Myers Fine Art Fine Intaglio Printmaking, Watercolors, & Oils mjenneman@hotmail.com 612-374-4274 www.malcolmmyers.com

maashomesteadllc.wordpress.com

Melissa Moore

Mixed Media Painter

melissa@moore4art.com 952-210-4946 www.moore4art.com

106 Water St

megglesmith@yahoo.com 651-592-2283 www.megglesmith.com

jcilg@comcast.net 651-260-4234 www.mnartists.org/johnilg

Blacksmith: Hand-forged Delights

ACVR Warehouse

Fun! Ceramics

Oil on Wood or Canvas/ Tooled Metal

Maas Homestead

WEST SIDE

Tunnel Gallery Megan Grigal

Everything and More

Diane Pearson Studio Botanical Watercolor— Pen & Ink Landscape

Tunnel Jeff Ambroz

4th Floor John Ilg

4th Floor Barbara Evan Layered Transparencies, Paintings, & other Work

barbarakevan@gmail.com www.mnartists.org/barbaraevan

4th Floor Old Town Artists

4th Floor Mark Hakomaki Studio Oil Paintings on Canvas or Linen mark@markhakomaki.com 612-310-5456 www.markhakomaki.com

Karen Bell, Alex Betzler, Pat Cleary, Jean Everson, Nancy Hawkinson, Tom Kunau, Karen Morrill, Nancy O'Brien, Bruce Palmer, Tom Winterstein oldtownartists@gmail.com oldtownartists.blogspot.com

4th Floor CeCeile Hartleib Gemini Studio Portrait Landscape Still Life: Oil & Watercolor ceceilehartleib@gmail.com 651-592-1877 www.ceceile.com

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| Merriam Park

| Cathedral Hill

| West Side

ACVR Warehouse continued

Janet Mullen 4th Floor Mary Allen Allen Woodturning LLC

6th Floor Susan Mikutowski

allen.mary69@gmail.com 651.233.9367 www.allenwoodturning.com

smikutowski@gmail.com

Wooden Objects Lathe-turned or Hand-carved

170 Virginia St

Sanctuary, Parish Hall The Virginia Street Church 4th Floor Terry Kayser Gemini Studio Paintings in Pastel and Oil tfkayser@gmail.com 651-647-6078

5th floor Christine Olson

Watercolors & Acrylic Painting

5th Floor Nancy Raeburn

Wall Hangings, Watercolor Collages, & Paintings nraeburn.1@juno.com

mulbury8@hotmail.com 952-212-5096 www.JanetMullenPottery.com

A glorious multi-media celebration of Life and Spirit by Artists and Musicians in the charmingly preserved 19th Century, Cass Gilbert designed, Historic Virginia Street Church on Cathedral Hill.

Julia W Robinson

Watercolor-Landscape, Figure & Still Life robin003@umn.edu 612-232-4824

Ranebo Warrior

Abstract Acrylic Paintings, Freeform Drawings ranebochild@gmail.com www.facebook.com/ rebelagainstsociety MERRIAM PARK

Karen Brandt

Quilts - Textile Art zoe@bijnagte.com

Raymond

Michael Klismith

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roger.chaple@gmail.com 561-670-0855 www.rogerchaple.wixsite.com/ paulchaple

rklismith@yahoo.com 763-786-5756

Blue Stratum

bluestratummusic.com

Abstract paintings: Acrylic & Digital

Watercolor

virginiastreetchurch@gmail.com 651-224-4553 www.virginiastchurch.org

4-Piece Band, Original Songs, Rock, Pop, Blues

Paul Chaple

Rachel Klismith

CATHEDRAL HILL

The Virginia Street Church

Christine.Olson2@gmail.com

| Midway

Abstract Monoprints & Paintings

Sgraffito Pottery

Pottery

mfklismith@yahoo.com

Spatial Effects Gallery 1759 Selby Ave

Main Floor Suite 103 Spatial Effects Gallery

Exhibiting Furniture, Paintings, Sculpture, Photographs, Ceramics and other craft all by Local Artists spatialeffectsgallery@gmail.com thirdstreetstudios.com/ spatialeffectsgallery


MIDWAY

Burning Brothers Brewing 1750 Thomas Ave

Burning Brothers Brewing The brewery takes it's name from our founders old profession as fire-eaters, which is it's own special story. We mix our own blend of quirkiness to brew greattasting beers. "Don't fear the beer." info@burnbrosbrew.com 651-444-8882 www.burnbrosbrew.com

Goblets of Fire

Hand-blown Glass Art

Branden.coates@gmail.com 612-616-3171

Michael Egan

Functional Stoneware Pottery mikele@mninter.net

Tooling-A-Round Hand-turned Wood Accessories

mdreschke@msn.com 952-472-3283 www.xswoodworks.com

Wendy Egan

Sterling Silver Jewelry wendyre@mninter.net

Wildlife-n-Wood

Pyrography (Wood Burning) & Cribbage Boards wbots17@yahoo.com 952-884-8926

Interact Center 1860 W Minnehaha Ave

RAYMOND STATION

West Hampden Artists 2281 Hampton Ave W

2nd Floor John Vieno

Abstract Paintings, Drawings & Sculpture johnvieno@gmail.com 651-245-4191 www.johnvieno.com

454C Liz Lang

Carleton Artist Lofts

Dance Studio Reiki Laughter

2285 University Ave W

155C The Studio Project

Acrylic Paintings

langcostudio@comcast.net

Cleanse your Energy. Relax and Enjoy! maggie@reikilaughter.com

Hand-made Journals & Paintings

Hallway A.K. Hed Vincent

angela@thestudioproject.org www.thestudioproject.org

Abstract Expressionist Paintings

361C Catherine Hedberg

Hallway Amelia Lawrence Books

Interact Center

Art in all mediums and styles from over 60+ visual artists! Make and take activities and more. Fun for the whole family! Info@interactcenter.com 651-209-3575 www.interactcenter.org

Holly Oehme

Fluid Abstract Art

hollyoehme@gmail.com www.facebook.com/hollyoehme

Prior Affair 755 Prior Ave N

Black Stack Brewing Prior Affair Art and Craft Show

Join us at our 3rd Art and Craft show as we exhibit and support over 50 local artists!

Kasasagi Designs

Original Beaded Jewelery & Accessories

kasasagidesigns@gmail.com 612-568-1157 www.facebook.com/ KasasagiDesigns

Prior.Affair@gmail.com www.PriorAffair.com

Pallet Art: Benches, Small Tables, Trays, Clocks

Catherinemhedberg@yahoo.com www.Facebook.com/ HedbergPalletArt

Original LBGTQA Novel for Sale

alawrence@gmail.com 763-742-5993 www.alawrencebooks.com

Hallway Blue Sage Bees Artisan Soaps, Salves, & Beeswax Candles BlueSageBees@gmail.com www.Etsy.com/shop/ BlueSageBees

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Carleton Artist Lofts continued

Hallway Stacie Braford

Hallway The Cover Lady

stacie.braford@gmail.com 763-807-5521

Multi media painting/fiber art on wood & canvas

Designer Pillowcases & Jean Fashions

Dow Building 2242 University Ave

Raymond Station

Bca4658907@aol.com

Hallway Dancing Jems by Brenda Paulson

Jewelry Inspired by Colors, Radiance & Love dancingjems@gmail.com

Hallway Defiant Beauty Photography Wall Art, Postcards, & Greeting Cards

matt0547@umn.edu 651-307-9919 www.DefiantBeautyArt.com

Hallway Mayfaire Mixed Media

delayne@themoon.net www.mayfaireart.com

Hallway Megz Makes

Crochet Critters, Recycled Fiber Jewelry & Art

MegzMakes@gmail.com www.facebook.com/MegzMakes

Ktstreitz@gmail.com www.KaitlinElizabethStreitz.com

traviswycislak@gmail.com 612-207-7028

Hallway Valkyrie Design Studio

150 Kevin Caufield

Stone/Porcelain Pottery, Custom Dinnerware caufieldclay@yahoo.com 651-303-3628 www.caufieldclay.com

queenvalkyrie@hotmail.com www.valkyriedesignstudio.com

Sterling@Sterling-Software.com www.facebook.com/ SterlingGames/

Acrylic Paint on Mixed Media

High-flow Acrylic Paintings

Multdicsciplinary Collective Brand of Artisans

Hallway J Sterling Engravings and Creations using Wood & more

Hallway Katie Streitz

Hallway Travis Wycislak

Hallway Zimbel Healing Dolls and Tarot + Hallway Outa Torch Glasswerks Lampworked Marbles jhenke@themoon.net www.outatorch.com

Mixed Media Healing Dolls, Tarot Readings plus psychic11annie@gmail.com 612-868-0183 www.AnnieZimbel-A2Z.net

150 Pig's Eye Pottery Functional Ceramics

pigseyepots@gmail.com 612-804-1708 www.pigseyepots.com

Hallway Renee Petersen Hand Beaded Jewelry

rpetersen01@hamline.edu

Hallway RobynsWear Hallway Lady of the Lake Silks Hand-dyed Silk Scarves, Wraps, & Veils basinah@basinah.com www.basinah.com

Whimsical Sculpture for Costume & Home

robynswear@gmail.com www.etsy.com/shop/RobynsWear

Hallway Samantha Steine Abstract Drawings/Paintings, Mixed Media samanthasteine@gmail.com 612-406-8732

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217 Therese Abbott Pedersen Acrylic/Mixed Media Painting trez.abbott@gmail.com www.mnartists.org/trez555


B-4 Erik Pearson

Paintings, Sculptures, Music & more!

erik@erikpearsonart.com www.facebook.com/ ErikPearsonArt/

Dow Art Gallery & Picture Framing Social Media Show

khanh@dowartgallery.com 612-607-9203 www.dowartgallery.com

Dow Art Gallery Don Dickinson

Twin Cities Urban Watercolors dcamdi@gmail.com www.mnartists.org/dondickinson

Dow Art Gallery Kelly Doyle

Outdoor Photography & Digital Art

www.northwoodsphotos.com

Dow Art Gallery Marcia Sรถderman

Abstract Acrylic & Watercolor Painting

msol.arts@gmail.com www.marciasoderman.com

Dow Art Gallery Andrew Sjodin

Paintings and Drawings andysjodin@gmail.com 651-472-3738 www.sjodinfineart.com

Dow Art Gallery Galina Haakenson

Landscapes in Acrylic Painting

galinahaakenson@hotmail.com 701-509-4331

Dow Art Gallery Linda Ricklefs Baudry Painting/MixedMedia lrbaud@gmail.com www.StudioLRB.com

Dow Art Gallery Mary Gross

Mixed Media, Life-sized Automaton Sculpture maryeg023@gmail.com 763-220-4912 www.dowartgallery.com

Dow Art Gallery Denise Minkler Marych

Dow Art Gallery Julie Kolze Sorensen

denise_minkler_marych @yahoo.com 612-618-1826 www.mnartists.org/ denise-minkler-marych

jkolzesorensen@msn.com 815-895-1818

Nature-Inspired Oil Paintings on Copper

Enamel Glass Fused to Copper Relief

Dow Art Gallery Linda Snouffer, Botanical Printmaker

Hand-printed Botanical Ink Landscapes & Images

lindaksnouffer@gmail.com 651-528-3987 www.facebook.com/ LindaSnoufferBotanicalPrints

Dow Art Gallery Mosaics Etc Mosaics

jaykjell@gmail.com 763-229-4612 www.facebook.com/mosaicsetc

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Midway Triangle Building

Dow Building continued

2500 University Ave

Dow Art Gallery Richard Dillon

Functional Ceramics, Crystalline Glazes

Rock.johnsen@gmail.com 612-816-5314

Studio Painter

Dow Art Gallery Nathan Renken

B2 Greta Sandquist

rdillon60@gmail.com 651-331-9936 www.dillonarts.com

Acrylic Paintings, Prints, & Hand-made Jewelry

gingerstreetstudio@gmail.com 651-246-6582 www.facebook.com/ GretaSandquist

Abstract

NathanRenkenArt@yahoo.com 651-262-3392 www.instagram.com/ nathanrenkenart/

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Raymond Station

A3 Rock Johnsen

South Como

Dow Art Gallery Patrick Augustine

Oil Painting, Watercolor, Framed Prints pmcd3325@yahoo.com www.patrick-augustinepaintings.tumblr.com

A9 John McLoone Dow Art Gallery Umbreen Hasan

Mixed Media with Fine Jewelry Elements

Handcrafted Furnishings & Relief Carvings jhmcloone@gmail.com 612-807-7503 www.johnmcloone.com

umbzaf@hotmail.com www.umbreenhasan.com

B2 Matthew G.G. Holm

Large-scale Abstract Acrylic Lift Paintings matthewggholm@gmail.com 651-307-3436 www.matthewggholm.com

Dow Art Gallery Robert Delutri

Theoretical Aesthetic Research™

rdelutri@delutri.com 347-644-0110 www.instagram.com/delutri/

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B2 DeAnne L Parks

2D & 3D Art on Hope and Community artdeanneparks@gmail.com 612-616-5040 www.artdeanne.com


C2 JHDesigns * Judy Hornbacher

Coats & Jackets for the Evolved Woman

jhornbache@comcast.net 612-669-4083 www.judyhornbacherdesign.com

F5 Amy Sabatier Designs

Metalsmith/Adventure Jewelry amysabatier@gmail.com 484-798-5794 www.amysabatierdesigns.com

Vandalia Glassworks Bryce Borkhuis Hand-blown Glass

Andrew S. Howard Inc. Wheel-thrown Stoneware with High Fire Glazes andyroostorm@gmail.com 320-455-1872

C7 Wendy S. McCarty Landscapes, Figurative, Still life, Oil Painting

artist_wsmccarty@Yahoo.com 651-222-7404 www.wsmccarty.com

F5 Marisa Martinez Jewelry

Metal & Stone Artisan Jewelry info@marisa-martinez.com 651-295-0725 www.marisa-martinez.com

E2 Zahnworks Studio

Bronze Sculpture, Art Prints & Photography Sculpture@tzahn.com 651-221-9765 www.Zahnworks.com

E5 Artsy Images Fine Art Photography Fine Art Nudes & Nature rayvphoto@yahoo.com 612-224-4985 www.artsyimages.com

Vandalia Glassworks Steven Weagel Hand blown Glass with Applied Color

srweagelglass@gmail.com SOUTH COMO

Vandalia Tower

Front Avenue Pottery

205 Vandalia Glassworks

Front Avenue Pottery

550 Vandalia St

A state of the art glass blowing studio dedicated to fostering artists in a fun, safe, and positive work environment.

info@vandaliaglassworks.com 651-744-0000 www.vandaliaglassworks.com

Brett Monahan Pottery Functional, Wheel-thrown Porcelain

brettmonahanpottery@gmail.com 605-520-5724 www.brettmonahanpottery.com

895 Front Ave

FIRING IT UP IN SOUTH COMO! Como clay studio and its artist neighbors invite you to the Invitational Exhibit & sale/Community Art Event! Try your hands at the potter's wheel or a free clay workshop. mjschmith@comcast.net 651-489-4374 FrontAvenuePotteryandTile.com

Fiber Art by Miranda

Functional & Decorative Modern Macrame

mirandaschmitz@yahoo.com 218-371-1008

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Front Avenue Pottery and Tile Co.

Functional Playfully Decorative Stoneware

mjschmith@comcast.net 651-489-4374 FrontAvenuePotteryandTile.com

Cassandra Nickell

Wire and Bead Jewelry

cassandra.nickell@gmail.com 651-276-1777

Ryan Ball Pottery

M. Sturm Leatherworks

MN-made, Wheel-thrown, Functional Pottery ryanballpottery@gmail.com 225-252-8265 www.RyanBallPottery.com EAST SIDE

East Side Freedom Library 1105 Greenbrier St

East Side

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Front Avenue Pottery continued

Leather Roses, Wrist Cuffs, Mug Cozies & more mtsturm@outlook.com

Chris Singewald Pottery

Wood/Soda Fired Functional Pottery chris.singewald@gmail.com 319-830-4584 www.facebook.com/ ChrisSingewaldPottery

Sterling Silver & Stone Jewelry jennyl@mtn.org 612-729-1458 www.jmmldesigns.com

788 E 7th St

Indigenous Roots

Main Floor East Side Freedom Library

Jenny Levernier / jmml designs

Indigenous Roots Cultural Arts Center Indigenous Roots Cultural Arts Center hosts a collective exhibit of visual and performing artists focusing on cultural arts and activism.

Diverse artists whose beautiful work engages the East Side Freedom Library mission to inspire solidarity, advocate for justice, and work towards equity for all.

indigeroots@gmail.com 612-440-5690 www.indigenous-roots.org

info@eastsidefreedomlibrary.org 651-230-3294 www.eastsidefreedomlibrary.org

Claire O'Connor

Thrown and Hand-made Ceramics

oconnorpottery@gmail.com 612-281-5049 www.O'Connor Pottery.com

Aratti Artwork and Design Mixed Media

www.aratti-design.com/

Jim Gindorff Landscape Photography

Angie Renee Ceramics

jsgindo@mac.com 612-710-1464 www.jimgindorff.com

angiereneel@gmail.com www.facebook.com/ Angie-Renee-Ceramic-A

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Hand-built and Thrown Pottery


Josephine A. Geiger Cypher Side

Breakdance, Hip Hop Dance Cyphersidemn@gmail.com 612-239-5440 www.cypherside.org

Fine Art Stained Glass, Fused Glass, & Copper josephine@jageigerstudio.com 612-964-6081 www.jageigerstudio.com

J.A. Geiger Studio

Sharon Miller-Thompson Mixed Media Garden Art shmillert@gmail.com 651-644-5170 www.YardlyArt.com

Jersey Mische-Richter Freehand Pen and Ink Designs jerseylouis@gmail.com

Saint Paul’s Flat Earth Brewing

1647 Beech St

688 Minnehaha Ave E

Joe Toussaint

Pottery, Hand-thrown & Carved

LB Originals

jwtassoc@hotmail.com 651-771-2605 www.etsy.com/shop/ eastsidepotterynow

Glass & Upcycled Jewelry

lboglass@yahoo.com LBOriginalsStainedGlass.com

Emily Gray Koehler

Henry Walton Industrial Steamworks

Reduction Woodcut & Collagraph Printmaking emily@studioegk.com 231-590-2274 www.studioegk.com

Retro Industrial & Steampunk Assemblage Art

Lynn Wood

Functional Textured Porcelain Pottery

potterytexturequeen@yahoo.com www.potterytexturequeen.com

henrywalton77@gmail.com 952-240-7859 www.facebook.com/ industrialsteamworksdesigns

Susan Gainen

Whimsical Wildlife Abstract Neighborhoods

susangainen@comcast.net 651-917-0219 www.susangainenartist.com

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Saint Paul's Flat Earth Brewery continued

Tracie Thompson Painting and Mixed Media tracie@traciethompson.com 763-432-6476 www.traciethompson.com

Jeanne Kosfeld

Watercolors, Illustrations, Commissions jeannekosfeld@gmail.com 651-278-9828

Naomi Tiry Salgado

Plein Air Impressionism naomi@tirysalgado.com 715-441-5256 www.tirysalgado.com

Swede Hollow Cafe 725 E 7th St

Kate Pearce Studio Excelsior Candle Co.

Hand-crafted 100% Soy Candles

heidi@excelsiorcandleco.com 763-283-8510 www.excelsiorcandleco.com

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Acrylic, Abstract, & Landscape Paintings

mskate878@gmail.com 612-703-3674 www.katepearcestudio.com

That Sassy Stitch Hand Embroidery

www.thatsassystitch.com


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Sponsors & Partners

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Join us for an exploration of Union Depot ’s 9 0+ year history and its dramatic transformation back to its original splendor. Take the free audio tour available at uniondepot.org/tours. Experience the beauty of this historic renovation, learn about the building’s uses over time, and delight in the uniqueness of the public art collection.

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Affordable live/work spaces for artists in Minneapolis, St. Paul and across the nation.

Artspace specializes in building sustainable creative communities; we

develop and operate affordable live/ work space for artists, their families

Our unit is so open, airy and filled with light, it lends itself to making art. The physical space, with the nice big windows and tall ceilings, well I just walk in and feel as if the space is asking or even begging me to sit down and create something.”

and arts-oriented organizations.

LOCAL LIVE/WORK & COMMERCIAL SPACES: Northern Warehouse Artists’ Cooperative Tilsner Artists’ Cooperative 653 Artist Lofts

– Kara Cox, Artspace Jackson Flats, Resident Artist

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LOCAL STUDIO AND PERFORMANCE SPACES: The Chicago Avenue Fire Arts Center Grain Belt Studios Traffic Zone Center for Visual Art The Cowles Center for Dance & the Performing Arts

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who are living and loving — Ansa Akyea, Tilsner Artists’ Cooperative, Actor


The Joy of Being a District Spotlight Sponsor By Laurie Fitz

The District Spotlight Sponsorships have been a part of the Art Crawl since the Spring 2016 season and offer community sponsors to experience a deeper connection with the participants of the Saint Paul Art Crawl by curating artwork for the District Spotlight Gallery. Laurie Fitz and AM950 have been a District Spotlight Sponsor since the beginning. Below, Laurie Fitz describes why this experience has been so important as well as how the sponsor approaches jurying the images they receive. Why is being a District Spotlight Sponsor important to you? Understanding connections has always been both important and intriguing to me. My AM950 “Connections” radio show aims to spend time talking about our connection to ourselves, our community and our world around us. I believe ART can give us a special access to discovering and creating

connections that bring insights and feelings that inform, surprise, delight, disrupt and resonate at a level that taps into an unspoken “knowingness”. I love having good conversations about art on my radio show. And as a sponsor, I look forward to having conversations with participating artists of the Saint Paul Art Crawl. Each artist shares stories about their art, which I hope connects with the listeners in all kinds of ways. I love when the radio show conversations get listeners wanting to splash into the experience of the Art Crawl. Sometimes it just takes a nudge to get folks to put the Art Crawl on their calendar, and I am delighted to give that push. Art is to be experienced and when our “Connections” conversation gets folks motivated to visit the lofts and art spaces and celebrate the art of Saint Paul – then our conversation have opened a special door. Stepping

over the threshold to see art live and in person in our community allows the power of artist’s visions and gifts to make an impact. It welcomes visitors to all the magic. Being a District Sponsor is my way of joining in to help spark our imaginations. I also believe art has the power to change our world. Art transforms and now more than ever our world is in need of transformation. Being a District Spotlight Sponsor also fulfills a dream of mine to be a curator – to pick pieces that move me and speak to me about the way they connect to me, my sense of community and the world around me. There is an artistic viewpoint, an opinion – an artistic “voice” that being a sponsor allows me to claim and share. I look forward to the opportunity every year to review the art and make my picks. It is like opening a box of gifts and I always fall in love with each piece. I push myself to make the choices and enjoy the

chance to collaborate with Chad Larson -- the owner and President of AM950 – The Progressive Voice of Minnesota, to make our picks together. I am deeply appreciative of the time each of the artists who join me on “Connections”. It is my hope that the conversation we have on air inspires the folks who listen – to gain a vocabulary of questions and ideas to explore and that they will feel more confident to ask questions and get to know the artists throughout the Crawl. I want my listeners to feel a connection and buy the art for themselves and perhaps for their family in the years to come. I now own art pieces that my parents cherished and it is my hope the art I buy will be loved by the next generation. I am honored we start artistic conversations on Connections Radio Show and I deeply hope that we are part of igniting more conversations throughout the Art Crawl.


How do you approach the method of curating your pages? I spend time with each piece. I go through each file and let it sit for a time on my computer screen. As it sits . . . I just let each work speak to me. I spend about an hour just going through them all – and being with them. I have always found a connection to each piece I have been given to review, which I think speaks highly of the Saint Paul Art Crawl Artists. I then spend a few days seeing which pieces stay with me as I go about my work and time on my hobby farm. Invariably, certain pieces have stronger impact on me and I then make choices based on the “connection” The connection may be the way the piece brought out certain feelings, or I was struck by a technique or a story that the piece tells. For each piece I can name the connection . . . but narrowing the choices to 3 full pages and 4 quarter pages is part of the

collaboration. Chad and I share our favorites and then I look for our similar top picks. We often have picked the same top two and then it is a bit of a give and take on the rest. We respect each other’s artistic opinion and it becomes a cool way to see what we both are “connected” to and choose to represent the District. Is there anything else you would like to say about your experiences as a District Spotlight Sponsor? Each District Spotlight Sponsorship has had its own special rewards. During my first sponsorship opportunity I met an artist whose work grabbed me by the heart and I KNEW I wanted her to create my logo. I have had conversations with artists who I purchased their work over twenty years ago and love their art as much now as I did then. I have brought my nephews to experience the Saint Paul Art Crawl

and see the Crawl from their first visit eyes and love the freshness of their perspective – and supported them in making their first artistic purchase that “spoke” to them. And the greatest gift of being a sponsor is that I feel more connected to artists and our community. What a joy each new Art Crawl brings, seeing favorite artists as well as being introduced to the next generation of artists who bring new insights and perspectives. Art creates “connection” and I believe inspires our imagination to explore new ways of interpreting the world around us. And for me it gives hope. Hope to redefine and re-imagine. Art celebrates ways to be in community. Art allows us to see beyond what is . . . . . to something more. My hope for you who may be reading this -- is that you will find a special piece during your exploration that you will buy and treasure. Your art will then also mark the time you visited the Saint Paul Art Crawl and provide you with not

only the art, but also fun memories of communities coming together to celebrate art.. ​ Laurie Fitz Executive Producer and On-Air Host "Connections" Radio AM950 Radio www.am950radio.com www.Fitz-Radio.com


The art of home improvement and neighborhood preservation

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Residential property management for Artspace Northern Warehouse Limited Partnership in Lowertown. Proudly sponsoring our own resident artists at the Northern, and the growing artist community in Lowertown. 1611 County Road B West, #312 St. Paul, Minnesota 55113 651-644-9600


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Firing it Up in South Como! Fine craft invitational Exhibit, Sale & Hands On Event! See “Event” listing for details.

A clayworks in St. Paul’s South Como neighborhood, Front Ave. Pottery works raw clay into durable, functional stoneware. Visit the studio to find new work or design your

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ART AT THE LIBRARY George Latimer Central Library Bremer Gallery, First Floor 90 West 4th Street, on Rice Park | 651-266-7000

Featuring art by Creative Arts Secondary School students and Innovaton Lab artists. Opening reception: Friday, April 27, 6-9 p.m. Meet the artists, view their works, and enjoy light refreshments. Explore the Library of Curiosities, an interactive exhibit from Saint Paul Public Library and Public Art St. Paul.

Gallery Hours: Friday, April 27, 6-10 p.m. Saturday, April 28, 12-8 p.m. Sunday, April, 29, 12-5 p.m. Lab After Dark Friday, 5:30-7 p.m., Innovation Lab

Hands-on creating for adults -- try kumihimo braiding, explore 3D printing, laser engraving, and make something! Call 651-266-7081 to register. Make & Take Art for All Ages Saturday, 1-4:30 p.m., Youth Services Library tours Saturday & Sunday, 1:30-2 p.m.

Enjoy a guided tour of the 100 year old building, designed in the Italian Renaissance Revival style. Festival Origami Sunday, 1:30-4:30 p.m., Innovation Lab sppl.org


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DEPARTMENT OF ART HISTORY GALLERY

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proud to support the Spring St. Paul Art Crawl PRESERVING THE PRESENT: THE VOORSANGER ARCHITECTS ARCHIVE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ST. THOMAS First Floor, O’Shaughnessy Educational Center In partnership with the launch of the Voorsanger Architects Archive at St. Thomas, a showcase of selected projects from the firm.

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PATHS TO SAFAN: POWER, PLACE AND SANCTUARY IN ASMAT ART The Gallery, Anderson Student Center An exploration of Asmat culture and the art forms and ceremonies that help their spirits find sanctuary in safan - the land of the ancestors. stthomas.edu/paths-to-safan

Images: United Arab Emirates Military Museum Competition Winning Entry, Abu Dhabi, 2008-9 (top) Dominekus Bifirat, Untitled: Man Carving a Bis Pole, 1970s (AMAA 2012.05.005 (bottom)

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Josephine A. Geiger - fine art stained glass

Sharon Miller-Thompson - ironwork | Linda Banning - up-cycled glass Jewelry Lynn Wood - textured porcelain pottery | Emily Gray Koehler - printmaking

O t he r M ul at to Ta le s

June 8-24, 2018

at the Black Box theater of Bloomington Center for the Arts Produced by

Art Crawl Events at J. A. Geiger Studio | 1647 Beech St Saturday, April 28 | 12 pm Fused Glass Mini Class by the pond - coasters, sun-catcher or a nite-light - $30 Saturday, April 28 | 1 pm || Sunday, April 29 | 2 pm Lynn Wood - large textured vase Pottery Demonstration - get your hands in the clay

Fearless Comedy Productions and Chameleon Theatre fearlesscomedy.org

jageigerstudio.com | (612) 964-6081

The St. Paul Art Collective is proud to announce the Spring 2018 Saint Paul Art Crawl. This event is presented each spring and fall by the Collective, who relies on artists and others who volunteer their time and resources, to make it happen. Support has been generously given by local businesses

including the Pioneer Press, KTNF AM 950, Metro Transit, Modern Press, St. Paul Saints, Dayton’s Bluff Neighborhood Housing Services, Springboard for the Arts, Wet Paint, Pioneer Endicott/Northwestern Building, and others.

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Fall 2018 Saint Paul Art Crawl October 12, 13, 14 Thank you for supporting the Saint Paul Art Crawl this season. We look forward to seeing you again this coming fall!

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Bronze Sculpture Casting and the “Lost-Wax” Method continued from page 30

2. Mold Making — A mold is made over the original clay model. The mold, which captures the clay’s form and detail, is built in separable sections. It is formed by applying plaster directly onto the original clay surface. Once the plaster is set, it’s sections are opened and the original clay figure is removed leaving negative space in its place. The mold’s interior is then cleaned of residue clay and the empty plaster mold is closed and tied shut. By this stage, the original positive artwork has been destroyed and its likeness remains as negative space captured in the inner walls of the plaster mold. 3. Wax Casting — Molten wax is then poured into the mold and swished around until an even coating, usually about 1/8thinch thick, covers the inner surface of the mold. Once the wax has cooled typically two more coats are applied until the inner cavity of the mold is covered with an approximate 3/8th-inch layer of cooled, hard wax. 4. Wax Removal — The hollow wax copy of the original model is removed from the mold. With a plaster “waste” mold this often requires that the mold is broken apart or “wasted” to get access to the embedded hard wax original.

At this step the sculptor can continue to make modification to the design, but the changes are generally minor given that the hard wax is nowhere near as “workable” as the original clay model. 5. Spruing and Gating the Wax — (Now it gets complicated) Wax rods are attached (melted) to the wax figure like the branches of an inverted tree. These rods are called sprues or gates. The sprues will eventually provide feed paths for the flowing molten

bronze and the gates provide channels for the escape of air during the pouring process. 6. Investing the Wax — Once the original wax has been sprued and gated a container/enclosure is built around it. (At the art center we would wrap tarpaper sheets into a cylinder shape bound with cord to encapsulate the wax figure). The open cylinder is then sealed around the bottom. A soupy mixture of plaster, sand and water (“investment”) is then prepared and carefully poured over the wax artwork and rods until the entire figure is covered with only the top of the rods projecting from the investment. 7. Burnout of the Wax, Sprues and Gates — Once the cylindrical investment hardens the outer tarpaper sheet is removed and the investment, which at this point looks like a solid, white sewer pipe, is placed in a kiln. High temperatures (1500 to 1800 degrees Fahrenheit) and pressure force the wax from the investment shell and the wax melts out, thus becoming “lost” creating a thin ¼” negative space and hollow channels in the investment. Once again the positive artwork has been destroyed and it’s reverse image remains as 3/8-inch channels of negative space buried in the belly of the investment. 8. Metal Casting — Once the investment is de-waxed, it is cooled and placed in a sand-filled pouring pit. The compacted sand around the investment keeps it from exploding during the molten bronze pour. Bronze ingots are placed in a crucible and heated to approximately 2000 degrees . The glowing crucible is then removed from the kiln and the molten bronze is poured into the hollow channels of the investment cylinder. The metal is then allowed to cool and solidify. Continues on page 84

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9. Break Out — Once the bronze and investment have cooled, hammers, power tools, and sand blasters may be used to break the bronze out of the investment. Once cleaned up, the sprues, which are also faithfully recreated in metal, are cut off leaving a rough bronze casting of the original artwork. 10. Metal Chasing — The sculpture is then polished to remove any sign of welding or casting defect. In some cases, the piece is then sand blasted to prepare it for the patina (coloring process). Here in the least flexible stage some “sculpting” is still possible, but this has to be done with industrial grinding and polishing tools. 11. Patination of the Bronze — Patination of the Bronze — The patina is the color of the finished bronze. It is created, like many of the bronze production steps, with the use of fire. With the use of a propane torch, bronze is heated to approximately 450-475 degrees. Chemicals are then applied by brush or sprayer creating a colored or textured appearance on the sculpture’s surface. Durable and rich hues that only improve with time, are literally burned into the bronze surface. If you would like to see the “lost-wax” process played out in a wonderfully creative, stop-frame video, check out the YouTube video titled: Foundry Dance by Heidi Hoy. The 4-minute video is a delight to the eyes and ears. Heidi was my instructor at the Minnetonka Center for the Arts, and she remains one of Minnesota’s most talented figurative sculptors.

Bronze sculpture production is a long and somewhat dangerfilled process, but knowing that the finished bronze will withstand whatever the centuries have to challenge it, make the work seem insignificant. Only recently I discovered that I and the other sculptors at the art center were the beneficiaries of a teacher-student line that can be directly traced back to Auguste Rodin himself, the founder of modern sculpture. Rodin, followed the same regimen, and likely had similar uncertainty and anticipation as his art took shape, often out of sight, but always through intense heat and flame. Hopefully you will have an opportunity to stop by the studio in the Midway Triangle Building at 2500 University Avenue. The building, which is on the Green Line, offers a wide variety of studios and artistic interests.

TZ

Thomas Zahn, currently serves as the President of the Society of Minnesota Sculptors (SMS). He has been sculpting in bronze since 2000 and in 2002 a jury from the National Sculpture Society selected his second bronze of a diver, titled Free Fall, to appear in their Sports Sculpture Exhibition in Manhattan. In addition to winning regional awards and recognition through the annual SMS exhibitions, in 2014 he was one of 48 sculptors selected to exhibit at the National Sculpture Society’s 81st Annual Awards Exhibition at Brookgreen Gardens, Pawneys Island, South Carolina. He currently shows his work at the Leigh Gallery in Chicago. His studio E2 is located on the second floor in the southwest corner of the Midway Triangle Building at 2500 University Avenue, Saint Paul. His work can be seen at: Zahnworks.com


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Artist.................................................... Page Book Arts Kelly Pratt..................................................45 The Studio Project.....................................49 Clay Andrew S. Howard Inc..............................53 Angie Renee Ceramics..............................54 Brad Menninga..........................................46 Brett Monahan Pottery..............................53 BugFlowerArt.............................................41 Chris Singewald Pottery......................14, 54 Claire O’Connor...................................17, 54 Clay by Debra Kaye...................................42 Fringe and Fettle Ceramics.......................45 Front Avenue Pottery and Tile Co.......11, 54 Guillermo Guardia.....................................46 Gwen Crabb..............................................32 Janet Mullen..............................................48 Joe Toussaint............................................55 Kevin Caufield...........................................50 Little Coyote Lake Pottery.........................34 Lucy V. Yogerst, FreeStyle Forms..............41 Lynn Wood..........................................16, 55 Marilyn Morrison........................................32 Megan Grigal.............................................47 Michael Egan.............................................49 Michael Klismith........................................48 Mudslinger Pottery....................................42 Natasha Poppe..........................................36 Patricia Lange............................................39 Patty Rau...................................................32 Pig’s Eye Pottery.......................................50 Robert Brocken.........................................32 Rock Johnsen............................................52 Ryan Ball Pottery.......................................54 Craft Blue Sage Bees.........................................49 Maggie Baillie............................................33 Noble Soap Gallery...................................34 Rubbings by Jerry.....................................43 That Sassy Stitch......................................56 Drawing Angela Spencer.........................................44 Chelonidae Artistry....................................39 Jersey Mische-Richter.........................17, 55 Mayfaire.....................................................50 Pikapeace..................................................43 Samantha Steine.......................................50 Fiber Fiber Art by Miranda..................................53 Isyoma Design...........................................38 Jane Ellison...........................................5, 37 Janet Hawn...............................................32 JHDesigns * Judy Hornbacher..................53 Karen Brandt.......................................13, 48

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KarMa Designs-Karlene Magnuson..........40 Lady of the Lake Silks...............................50 Megz Makes..............................................50 Robin Stryker.............................................44 Stitches by Carin.......................................45 The Cover Lady.........................................50 thrifty sewing supply.................................46 Tutus by Tulip............................................45 Gallery/Business/Nonprofit AZ Gallery..................................................35 Burning Brothers Brewing.........................49 Creative Women Crave Connection..........45 Creators Space.........................................33 Dow Art Gallery & Picture Framing............51 East Side Freedom Library........................54 First Baptist Church..................................33 Front Avenue Pottery and Tile Co.............53 George Latimer Central Library.................43 Indigenous Roots......................................54 Interact Center...........................................49 Lowertown Lofts Artists Cooperative........34 Lowertown Underground Artists...............37 Mary´s Pence.............................................38 Master Framers.........................................32 Minnesota State Arts Board......................35 Mona J’s Art and Gifts...............................38 Old Town Artists........................................47 Prior Affair Art and Craft Show..................49 Spatial Effects Gallery...............................48 The Resistance Movement........................38 The Show Gallery Lowertown...................38 The Virginia Street Church.........................48 UMArtists...................................................44 Vandalia Glassworks.................................53 Glass Bryce Borkhuis..........................................53 Goblets of Fire...........................................49 Josephine A. Geiger............................17, 55 Just Me Geralyn and Glass.......................43 Mousework Glass......................................42 Outa Torch Glasswerks...................5, 10, 50 Steven Weagel...........................................53 Jewelry Amy Sabatier Designs...............................53 AnJartica...............................................5, 42 Cassandra Nickell.....................................54 Dancing Jems by Brenda Paulson............50 David Hara Copper Forest Creations........32 EverArt Designs.........................................35 FuriousFunJewelry....................................44 Gothic Allure..............................................46 Gypsy Heart Jewelry.................................41 Jan Geisen.................................................32 Jenny Levernier / jmml designs.................54 Kasasagi Designs......................................49 Lawrenz Jewelry........................................42 LB Originals...............................................55

LeynaNicolina; Beautiful Intentions...........40 Linda Keim................................................40 Lucero Jewelry..........................................39 Marisa Martinez Jewelry............................53 Marnie’s Creations...............................19, 40 Marti Johnson............................................42 Renee Petersen.........................................50 Rocks ‘N Jewelry.......................................47 Sue Wolske-Hangin’ in There....................32 Wendy Egan..............................................49 Wildarabesque..........................................41 Metal Kimberly Frank..........................................44 Maas Homestead......................................47 Mixed Media Alex Kuno............................................23, 35 Aratti Artwork and Design.........................54 Carla Herrera.............................................43 Carol Strait................................................38 Celia DeLago.............................................39 Christopher Smith.....................................42 Cindy Lindgren..........................................32 Granny’s Country Store.............................46 Henry Walton Industrial Steamworks..17, 55 J Sterling...................................................50 Jarvi...........................................................43 Jeff Ambroz.........................................13, 47 Jessica McKeever...............................21, 39 JobyLynn Sassily-James-Gypsy Wagon...37 Joe Kral.....................................................33 John Ilg................................................27, 47 Juan T Parker........................................5, 40 Julie Kolze Sorensen.................................51 Karma Morgania........................................40 Kristi Abbott..............................................35 LAndrae Bradley........................................41 Mariah Bridget Heck.................................45 Melissa Moore...........................................47 Nancy Raeburn..........................................48 nmcguirephotography...............................33 Pamela Kirton............................................43 Raney........................................................44 Red Dot Drawings...............................21, 34 Robert Delutri............................................52 Robyn Beth Priestley...........................18, 33 Sharon Miller-Thompson.......................5, 55 Spilt Milk Arts............................................40 Stacie Braford...........................................50 Stefanie Kathryn Art..................................34 Stephen Workman.....................................37 Tara L Tieso...............................................35 Umbreen Hasan........................................52 Valkyrie Design Studio...............................50 Zimbel Healing Dolls and Tarot +..............50 Music Blue Stratum..............................................48 Hope Hymns..............................................33


Other Amelia Lawrence Books............................49 Danielle E Miller.........................................40 Excelsior Candle Co..................................56 Growing Blue Flowers...............................43 M. Sturm Leatherworks.............................54 Mosaics Etc.........................................11, 51 Reiki Laughter...........................................49 Werner Design Werks................................43 William G. Franklin.....................................35 Painting A.K. Hed Vincent.......................................49 Aimy Stemig..............................................41 Andrew Sjodin...........................................51 Ann Popadiuk Larson................................47 Archana Shankari......................................42 Art of Ellen Sweetman...............................47 Barb Tacyshyn-Roth..................................46 Barbara Evan.............................................47 Becky L Amble....................................19, 42 Beth Stoneberg.........................................35 Caprice Glaser...........................................37 Caroline M. Mecklin.............................22, 37 Carolyn Francis Fine Art............................40 Cathy Milostan..........................................32 CeCeile Hartleib - Gemini Studio..............47 Chris Shockley..........................................41 Christine Olson..........................................48 DC Ice....................................................5, 46 Denise Minkler Marych..............................51 Diana De Moraes Art.................................41 Diane Pearson Studio................................47 Don Biehn..................................................34 Don Dickinson...................................4, 9, 51 Emilie Henthorne.......................................34 Erik Pearson..............................................51 Erin’s Acrylic Vision...................................41 Galina Haakenson.....................................51 Gerry Heroff Art.........................................44 Grayson Day..............................................39 Greta Sandquist....................................8, 52 H.Leigh......................................................41 Heather Friedli...........................................45 Holly Oehme..............................................49 J.W Patrick..........................................19, 39 Jeanne Kosfeld....................................15, 56 Jeannie May..............................................34 Jeffrey B. Hankinson.................................40 Jeffrey Hansen Visual Artist...................5, 39 Jennifer Lowinger................................13, 44 Jennifer Maroney.................................21, 34 Jerri Jo Brandt.....................................21, 38 Jes Reyes............................................20, 35 Jessica Turtle.......................................29, 36 John Vieno.................................................49 Julia W Robinson......................................48 Juliet M. Parisi Creations...........................43 Justin Terlecki......................................28, 35 Kate Pearce Studio...................................56 Kathleen Finken.........................................44

Katie Streitz...............................................50 Kimberly Christenson -Evla.......................44 Lady Sharyn..............................................37 Lemuel Tirado............................................46 Linda Ricklefs Baudry.........................11, 51 Liz Lang.....................................................49 Liz Pawlak...........................................29, 44 Lorraine Omley..........................................36 Loulure.......................................................44 Lynn Pauly Art.....................................29, 43 Malcolm Myers Fine Art............................47 Marcia Söderman......................................51 Mark Hakomaki Studio........................12, 47 Marla Gamble............................................34 Mary Frances Judge..................................46 MaryBeth Garrigan....................................45 Matt Van Tassell...................................26, 46 Matthew G.G. Holm...................................52 Matthew Rucker..................................23, 36 MD Wodnick..............................................32 Michael Daly Watercolors....................23, 37 Michael Schmidt..............................5, 29, 36 Michele Heimerdinger...............................44 Molly Seim.................................................41 Moneco Arts- Avery Walker.......................33 Naomi Tiry Salgado...................................56 Nathan Renken..........................................52 Neil Johnston............................................36 Patrick Augustine......................................52 Paul Chaple.........................................13, 48 Petra Johnita Lommen........................24, 45 Rachel Klismith..........................................48 Ralph J Ryan.............................................42 Ranebo Warrior...................................25, 48 Richard Dillon............................................52 Richard Stryker..........................................44 Rick Pirtle..................................................47 Roger Nielsen............................................32 Ruthie Krech..............................................40 S.K. Hammond Artist.................................37 Sammi Anne, Artist....................................39 Stephen Poling Art....................................46 Studio Peachbear......................................40 Susan Gainen............................................55 Susan Mikutowski.....................................48 Taylor Winder.............................................34 Terry Hildebrand........................................44 Terry Kayser - Gemini Studio....................48 Therese Abbott Pedersen..........................50 Tom McGregor.....................................23, 38 Tracie Thompson...................................5, 56 Travis Wycislak..........................................50 Wendy S. McCarty....................................53 Performance April Hanson, Mezzo-soprano...................34 Cypher Side...............................................55 judit neilsdottir...........................................34 Kala Vandanam (Suchitra Sairam).............38 Tarot Readings..........................................41

Photography Artsy Images Fine Art Photography..........53 Becca Bee Photography...........................33 Ben R Cooper Photography................19, 38 Bruce Siebold............................................42 Charles Hezsely Photography...................42 Chellie Bock Studios.................................38 Craig Thiesen............................................35 Davison Photography................................45 Defiant Beauty Photography.....................50 Drew Zuehlke............................................33 Elaine Walsh Photography........................34 Elisha May Art...........................................46 Ellen Rutchick............................................35 Ernesto Ruiz Photography........................43 Hendrickson Fine Art Photography...........45 Jane’s Prints..............................................44 Jay Schlie..................................................33 Jeff Schad Imagery...................................39 Jim Gindorff Landscape Photography......54 Joe Linn Photography...............................36 Katie Batman.............................................33 Kelly Doyle.................................................51 Kristin Prideaux.........................................39 Lloyds of Lowertown.................................40 Nonsense2 - Natalie Seim.........................41 Paul Winger Photography.........................40 Rachel’s Photos.........................................43 Steve Tetrick..............................................39 Tim Renken...............................................37 Tom Dunn Photography............................35 Tom Reynen...............................................36 Printmaking Emily Gray Koehler....................................55 Gaylord Schanilec.....................................35 Linda Snouffer, Botanical Printmaker........51 Tom Helmberger........................................35 Sculpture DeAnne L Parks.........................................52 Kelly R. Ludeking.......................................45 Mary Gross................................................51 Michael Bahl..............................................35 RobynsWear..............................................50 Tim Llop.....................................................39 Zahnworks Studio...................30, 53, 83, 84 Wood Catherine Hedberg....................................49 Glen’s Natural Wood Crafts.......................41 John McLoone...................................11,. 52 Larry Solarz...............................................43 Mary Allen - Allen Woodturning LLC.........48 McCord Woodworks.................................41 Todd Rhoades...........................................38 Tooling -A- Round.....................................49 Wildlife - n - Wood.....................................49 Wood Art by Jane......................................40

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