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October

Welcome!.....................................................................................................................3 Poster & Media Winners..............................................................................................4 Juror Bios....................................................................................................................6 District Spotlight..........................................................................................................7 Integrating Contemporary Art into Your Home..........................................................38 Exhibitors..................................................................................................................39

Fri. 6-10 pm Sat. 12-8 pm Sun. 12-5 pm

LOWERTOWN

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Saint Paul Art Crawl Sponsor: St. Paul Federal Credit Union Saint Paul Art Crawl Catalog Sponsor: Dark Horse Bar & Eatery

262 Building (262 E. 4th St.)......................................................................................40 CoCo Lowertown Building (213 E. 4th St.)................................................................40 Lowertown Commons (300 E. 4th St.)......................................................................41 Lowertown Lofts Artist Co-op (255 E. Kellogg Blvd., Alley)......................................41 Minnesota State Arts Board (Park Square Court: 400 Sibley St.).............................42 Northern Warehouse (308 Prince St.)........................................................................42 Northwestern Building (275 E. 4th St.)......................................................................45 The Show Gallery Lowertown (346 Sibley St.)..........................................................47 Sibley Park Apartments (205 E. 7th St.)....................................................................47 Tilsner Artist Lofts (300 Broadway St.)......................................................................47 Twin Cities PBS (172 E. 4th St.)................................................................................50 Union Depot (214 E. 4th St.)......................................................................................50 DOWNTOWN Minnesota Museum of American Art (141 E. 4th St.)................................................52 Rossmor Building (500 N. Robert St.).......................................................................52 WEST SIDE ACVR Warehouse (106 Water St.).............................................................................53 WEST 7TH Center for Lost Objects (957 W. 7th St.)...................................................................54 Schmidt Artist Lofts (Brew House–900 W. 7th St.)....................................................54 Schmidt Artist Lofts (Bottle House–876 W. 7th St.)..................................................55 Upper Mississippi Academy (St. Francis Bldg. - 426 Osceola Ave.)........................56 GRAND

Jeannie May, Lowertown Commons, In the Birch Woods Calling All Ladies

Grand Hand Gallery (619 Grand Ave.).......................................................................56 MIDWAY Interact Center for Visual and Performing Arts (1860 Minnehaha Ave. W.)...............56 RAYMOND STATION

Catalog Design: Tom McGregor

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

Carleton Place Lofts (Building A–2341 University Ave. W.)......................................56 Carleton Place Lofts (Building B & C–2285 University Ave. W.)................................57 Dow Building (2242 University Ave. W.)....................................................................57 Midway Triangle Building (2500 University Ave. W.)..................................................59 EAST SIDE East Side Freedom Library (1105 Greenbriar St.)......................................................60 Flat Earth Brewing (688 Minnehaha Ave. E.).............................................................61 Indigenous Roots Cultural Center (788 E. 7th St.)....................................................61 J.A. Geiger Studio (1647 Beech St.)..........................................................................62 Sponsors & Partners.................................................................................................65 Dining, Food & Drink.................................................................................................91 Step 1, Well Are You an Artist or Not?.......................................................................96 Artists A-Z Listing......................................................................................................97 Map.........................................................................................................................100

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Special Thanks The St. Paul Art Collective would like to thank the following Benefactors of this fall’s Saint Paul Art Crawl. We are honored to present the official sponsor, the St. Paul Federal Credit Union, who has provided the highest level of support by a local business. In addition to the St. Paul Federal Credit Union, all of our Benefactors have helped to make this event possible and we hope participants and visitors will show their own support to these businesses in appreciation of their sponsorship. Benefactor ($2,500+)

Supporter ($250+)

St. Paul Federal Credit Union Dark Horse Bar & Eatery Pioneer Press AM 950 KTNF Modern Press Metro Transit

333 on the Park ACVR Warehouse AZ Gallery Ballet Minnesota Black Dog Wine Bar and Café Bremer Bank Center for Lost Objects Flat Earth Brewing Frame Ups Golden’s Lowertown Interact Center for Visual and Performing Arts J.A. Geiger Studio Karen Weaving Circle Kelly’s Depot Bar and Grill Lowertown First Fridays Lowertown Underground Artists Lowertown Wine and Spirits Master Framers Minneapolis-St. Paul Home Tour Mississippi Market Natural Foods Co-op Sunrise Banks The Olive Branch The Resistance Movement The Show Gallery Lowertown Tom Dunn Photography University of St. Thomas Vandalia Glass Works 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 ($500+) 12welve Eyes Brewing Arcadia Management LLC BankCherokee Blick Art Materials C & E – New Eco-friendly Flats and Historic Lofts Legacy Chocolates Minnesota Museum of American Art MN Original The Northwestern Building Perennial Management Pioneer Endicott Apartments St. Paul Farmers Market Twin Cities TOSCA

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Volunteers A.K. Hed Vincent Amy Kaufman Angela Hed Vincent Ann Pifer Ardis Hafdahl Barry Madore Beth Stoneberg Ben Krywosz Bruce Bushey Bryce Borkhuis Carin Ekstrand-Anderson Caroline Mecklin Christopher Atkins DeAnne Parks David Bratzel Deneen Gannon Elaine Walsh Emily Landberg Eric Haugen Isaac Fromm Jeff Ambroz Jessica Fox Justin Terlecki John Bueche Joli Grostephan-Brancato Karen Englesen Kevin Caulfield Khanh Tran Kim Garretson Lanny Ross Layl McDill Michael Bahl Mickey Jurewicz Peter Rachleff Rachel Masica Rachel Wacker Ruth Lund Reyne Branchaud-Linsk Stephanie Chen Sue Davis Susan Mikutowski Susannah Schouweller Tara Weatherly Thomas Winterstein Trisha Low Virginia Padden Winna Bernard

Poster and Media Competition Jurors Beverly Grossman James Nutt Robert Hale Web/IT Craig Thiesen Musa Vadnais Michael Neuharth Core Group Members Ann Popadiuk Larson Barbara Evan Josephine A. Geiger Linda Snouffer Tom McGregor Art Crawl Director: Alexzan M. Richmond Associate Art Crawl Director: Brenda Brousseau

Welcome to the Fall 2017 Saint Paul Art Crawl! We want to welcome you to the Fall 2017 Saint Paul Art Crawl as we celebrate the 40th anniversary of the St Paul Art Collective. Since 1977, the Art Collective has empowered St Paul artists of all genres to create and grow. Recognizing that art is essential for a healthy and vibrant community, the Art Collective runs and supports projects, initiatives and events throughout the year that increase the awareness of its artists, their work, and the crucial role they play in the greater cultural life in our area. With the number of participating buildings exceeding 30 and the number of visitors averaging around 38,000 for each semi-annual, three-day event, the Saint Paul Art Crawl is truly one of the premiere arts events in the Twin Cities. It 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. St. Paul is a close-knit, vibrant and energetic art community that actively contributes to the greater Twin Cities cultural landscape. We want to thank all the participating artists, the sponsoring businesses and the hundreds of volunteers who work for months to stage this event for you. We hope you will continue to value locally produced art and that you appreciate the opportunity the Art Crawl gives you to meet face to face with the artists. If you are interested in supporting the arts and interacting with artists throughout the year, I encourage you to become a member of the St. Paul Art Collective. Member contributions will add to the growth of our wonderful community while providing you an enriching art experience. A special thanks to the overall sponsor of this year’s Art Crawls, St Paul Federal Credit Union. Enjoy the Saint Paul Art Crawl. Tom Reynen President, St. Paul Art Collective Board of Directors info@stpaulartcollective.org St. Paul Art Collective Board of Directors President - Tom Reynen Vice President - Emily Larson Treasurer – Ixchel McKinnie Secretary - Josh Intemann

At Large: Amy R Clark Haley Cramer Laurel Draine David Evans JobyLynn Sassily-James

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Fall 2017 Poster Winner Jeannie May

Lowertown Commons

would sketch my daughter and do pencil sketches of friends and co-workers’ families, and eventually, I tried my hand at using acrylics. I loved the medium, the mixing of colors and the method involved. It was wonderful to see something translated into texture and colors that before were just shades of grey. Although I didn’t paint consistently, I continued to sketch because whether painting or sketching, art provided an outlet for me and helped to relieve the stress I experienced as an emergency room nurse.

I think all artists have an innate ability and drive to create art from the moment they can express their talent. I have always sketched pictures, or "doodles", of people, animals and places for as long as I can remember because I could lose myself in the faces, shapes and shades. I never thought of painting - art wasn't something that was encouraged as a young girl in Waco, Texas, growing up in the fifties and sixties. Even as a single parent in her 40s who chose to go back to school to become a registered nurse, I never lost my passion for art. I

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At the age of 60, I was forced to retire from nursing due to a disability, and I found myself with an abundance of time to kill. My interest in painting was renewed again, but this time I wanted to try to translate to canvas the many ideas I had sketched on paper. Having moved to vibrant and colorful San Antonio, Texas, I didn't lack for inspiration and started to experiment with different styles of painting. I started painting on larger canvases - sketching out my ideas, adding in patterns and designs to my sketches, then transferring those to my canvas. The process and completion of a painting was always a relaxing exhilaration and music was an integral part of my creative process. I preferred alternative rock from artists like Imagine Dragons, Florence and The Machine, and the always soulful lyrics of David Gray to help fuel my imagination. With my daughter's encouragement, I started selling my art, and I found a wonderful venue in San Antonio to display and sell my work. My artwork became more mosaic, but continued to be infused with bright, vivid colors, patterns, and forms. The painting, "In The Birch Woods Calling All Ladies" was painted this year in Minnesota after moving from San Antonio, Texas, to Saint Paul. "In The Birch Woods..." is an example of my mosaic design style of painting. My designs are in the sky, the landscape and the elk and always in vivid, bright colors. Since moving here to Minnesota, I hope to continue developing my art and finding inspiration in the many lakes, forests and wildlife throughout this beautiful state.Â


Fall 2017 Media Winners

AnJartica | Tilsner Artists Lofts Bead Treasures, Bead Crochet Jewelry, 7 x 9 x .5

DeAnne L Parks | Midway Triangle Bldg Sowing Seeds of Change, Oil on canvas, 30 x 40

Kate Pearce Paintings | J.A. Geiger Studio, Captivated by Clouds, Acrylic, 16 x 8

Charles Hezsely Photography | Union Depot, A New Look, Photography, 12 X 9

Zoë Powell Ceramics | Northwestern Bldg Elation, Woodfired Local Clay, 4 x 13.5 x 10

Jenny Perona | Tilsner Artists Lofts An Attempt to Explain, Acrylic/Glue, 24 x 24

Charlie Marie | ACVR Warehouse Jackie 2016, Acrylic / Pen-Marker, 9 x 12

Kathleen Finken | Rossmor Bldg African Woman, Acrylics, 32 x 26

John Ilg | ACVR Warehouse Treaty, Oil on linen, 36.5 x 34 5


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Thank you to our Fall 2017 Poster Competition Jurors

Robert Hale is a Sound Designer/Performer, Author, and Software Developer. His current work involves transforming meteorological and lunar cycle data into soundscapes. He writes about a free range of topics at Roberthale.com.

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James Nutt, AIA is an architect, artist, instructor and constant sketcher. He practices architecture at BWBR and teaches art at the White Bear Center for the Arts. James' focus is in capturing the story and energy of places and ordinary things. He enjoys using line work to provide energy and depth, deliberate proportion to harmony, and the challenge of a limited color palette. James has drawn or painted everyday for the past 5 years and maintains a studio in the Solar Arts building in NE Minneapolis participating in First Thursday open studios and Art A Whirl.

Beverly Grossman is a community volunteer and avid art collector. She has served as trustee of the Minneapolis institute of Art, the Minnesota Orchestra, the University of Minnesota Foundation, and Carleton College among others. She is currently a Life Trustee of the Minneapolis institute of Art and a Trustee Emeritus of the Minnesota Orchestra, and is actively involved with the Parent Child Home Program directed by the Jewish Family and Children’s Service and the N Bud Grossman Center for Memory Research and Care at the University of Minnesota.


DISTRICT SPOTLIGHT

District Spotlight

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DISTRICT SPOTLIGHT | Lowertown / Downtown Curated by AM950

Michael Schmidt | Northern Warehouse Urbanscape, Oil and Wax, 6″ x 9″

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This District Spotlight is sponsored by AM950


Kari Maxwell | Lowertown Lofts Artists Cooperative Henry, Acrylic, 24″ x 36″

This District Spotlight is sponsored by AM950

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DISTRICT SPOTLIGHT | Lowertown / Downtown Curated by AM950

Steve Tetrick | Tilsner Artist Lofts Chickens, Cat and Dog, Photography, 8″ x 12″

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This District Spotlight is sponsored by AM950


Manny Bratzel | Northern Warehouse Memories of Spring, Kinetic Sculpture, 20″ x 52″ x 52″ Tim Renken | Northern Warehouse By Lake Alice, Gelatin Silver, 18″ x 14″

Richard Abraham | Northern Warehouse Bay City, Oil on Canvas, 9″ x 12″

Matthew Rucker | Northern Warehouse Sage, Oil on Canvas, 30″ x 24″

This District Spotlight is sponsored by AM950

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DISTRICT SPOTLIGHT | West Side / West 7th 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


Nancy Raeburn | ACVR Warehouse Mandala, Acrylic, 26″ x 36″

John Ilg | ACVR Warehouse Treaty, Oil on Linen, 36.5″ x 34″

Fringe and Fettle Ceramics | Schmidt Artist Lofts Berry Bowl Collection, Porcelain, 10″ x 10″ x 6″

DBeezDesigns | Schmidt Artist Lofts Dauntless Courage, Acrylic/Ink/Pencils, 54″ x 38.25″

This District Spotlight is sponsored by BankCherokee 13


DISTRICT SPOTLIGHT | Midway / Raymond Station Curated by C & E Flats and Lofts

Greta Sandquist | Midway Triangle Building Nightfall Reflected | Acrylic on Cradled Wood Panel, 36″ x 24″

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This District Spotlight is sponsored by C & E Flats and Lofts


Jeremy Jordan Photography | Dow Building Winter Wonderland, Photography, 24″ x 36″

This District Spotlight is sponsored by C & E Flats and Lofts

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DISTRICT SPOTLIGHT | Lowertown / Downtown Curated by Dark Horse Bar & Eatery

Rachel’s Photos | Union Depot Blue Barn in Fog, Photography, 16” X 20”

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This District Spotlight is sponsored by Dark Horse Bar & Eatery


Mitch Iburg Ceramics | Northwestern Ember Buried Vessel, Wild California Clay, Wood Fired for 4 Days, 12” x 9” x 9”

This District Spotlight is sponsored by Dark Horse Bar & Eatery

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

Kalpulli Yaocenoxtli | Indigenous Roots Cultural Center Kalpulli Yaocenoxtli Performance

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


Henry Walton Industrial Steamworks | Flat Earth Brewing Light Listening, Retro Industrial Assemblage, 34″ x 24″ 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

Emmanuel Sierra | Indigenous Roots Cultural Center Untitled, Acrylic

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


Salón México | Indigenous Roots Cultural Center Untitled, Drawing

Marti Johnson | J.A. Geiger Studio Summer Memories, Jewelry, 1″ x 1″ x .1″

Angie Renee | East Side Freedom Library Bird Jar, Clay, 4″ x 3″ x 3″

Tracie Thompson | Flat Earth Brewing Miss Lavender, Oil on Wood, 9″ x 12″

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

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DISTRICT SPOTLIGHT | Lowertown / Downtown Curated by Northwestern Building

H. Leigh | Tilsner Artists Lofts Rat Rod # 4, Acrylic, 16″ x 20″

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This District Spotlight is sponsored by Northwestern Building


Kathleen Finken | Rossmor African Woman, Acrylic, 32″ x 26″

The Museum of Paleo-Osteological Interpretation | Northern Warehouse, The Harmony of Nature, Paper Mache

Charles Hezsely Photography | Union Depot A New Look, Photography, 12″ x 9″

Tom Helmberger | Lowertown Lofts Artists Cooperative Bleached, Lino Cut Print, 5″ x 7″

This District Spotlight is sponsored by Northwestern Building

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DISTRICT SPOTLIGHT | Lowertown / Downtown Curated by Pioneer Endicott

Ta-coumba-Tahua Studio | Lowertown Lofts Artists Cooperative, Buy Executive Order, Acrylic on Canvas, 5′ x 4′

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This District Spotlight is sponsored by Pioneer Endicott


Sarah Lund Art | Tilsner Artist Lofts Gathering Grace, Acrylic, 14″ x 18″

Jeffrey Hansen Visual Artist | Tilsner Artist Lofts Pink Rose Halo, Acrylic on Linen Canvas, 41″ x 51″

MD Wodnick | 262 Building To Seed, Oil on Canvas, 28″ x 21″

Gaylord Schanilec | Lowertown Lofts Artists Cooperative Morning Dove, Wood Engraving, 4.5″ x 3″

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 Ta-coumba, Mayor or Lowertown, Acrylic on Canvas, 40″ x 30″

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This District Spotlight is sponsored by Springboard for the Arts


Caprice Glaser | Northern Warehouse Autumn, Acrylic on Panel, 34″ x 24″ Alex Kuno | Northern Warehouse The Bannerman, Mixed Media on Paper and Panel, 16″ x 20″

Stephen Workman | Northern Warehouse Two Pear, Polaroid Photograph, 3″ x 3″

Ernesto Ruiz Photography | Union Depot Saint Paul Lightning, Photography, 8″ x 12″

This District Spotlight is sponsored by Springboard for the Arts

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DISTRICT SPOTLIGHT | Lowertown / Downtown Curated by St. Paul Federal Credit Union

Tom Dunn Photography | Northern Warehouse Saint Paul River Scene, Photography, 24″ x 16″

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This District Spotlight is sponsored by St. Paul Federal Credit Union


William G. Franklin | Lowertown Lofts Artists Cooperative Perast, Freeze Frame from Video, 1920p x 1080p

This District Spotlight is sponsored by St. Paul Federal Credit Union

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DISTRICT SPOTLIGHT | Lowertown / Downtown Curated by St. Paul Federal Credit Union

Art Wrx by Dyne | Northwestern Cosmos, Mixed Media, 36″ x 48″

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This District Spotlight is sponsored by St. Paul Federal Credit Union


Amber McDowell | The Show Gallery Lowertown Dalton, Acrylic, 24″ x36″

Patty Rau | 262 Building Bowl, Clay, 4″ x 5″ x 5″

Laurel Draine | Tilsner Artist Lofts Gerasa, Photography, 6″ x 4″

EverArt Designs | Lowertown Lofts Artists Cooperative Labradorite Pendant, Silver, 1″ x 1/2″ x 18″

This District Spotlight is sponsored by St. Paul Federal Credit Union

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DISTRICT SPOTLIGHT | Midway / Raymond Station Curated by St. Paul Saints

Don Dickinson | Dow Building Annie's Parlour, Watercolor on Paper, 22″ x 30″

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This District Spotlight is sponsored by St. Paul Saints


DeAnne L Parks | Midway Triangle Building Sowing Seeds of Change, Oil on Canvas, 30″ x 40″

This District Spotlight is sponsored by St. Paul Saints

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DISTRICT SPOTLIGHT | Midway / Raymond Station Curated by St. Paul Saints

Zahnworks Studio | Midway Triangle Building Archer with Long Bow, Bronze, Stone Beads on Travertine Base, 46″ x 8″ x 19″ 34

This District Spotlight is sponsored by St. Paul Saints


Roots and Feathers Art | Carleton Artist Lofts Eternal Reflection, Acryclic on Canvas, 36″ x 63″

This District Spotlight is sponsored by St. Paul Saints

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DISTRICT SPOTLIGHT | West Side / West 7th Curated by Wet Paint Artists’ Materials & Framing

Mary Frances Judge | Schmidt Artist Lofts Mare Primordiale, Acrylic, 30″ Diameter

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


Charlie Marie | ACVR Warehouse Jackie 2016, Acrylic / Pen-Marker, 9″ x 12″ This District Spotlight is sponsored by Wet Paint Artists’ Materials & Framing

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Integrating Contemporary Art into Your Home – and Life By Jeff Ambroz, Artist

As an abstract artist working with non-traditional themes and materials, I sometimes hear, “I love your work. I just don’t know where I’d put it.” After further conversation, I often learn that the person has a traditional or period home, and doesn’t know how to integrate contemporary art into their current décor. If you’re wondering how you might add a modern art piece to your home, consider: Color: What are the current colors in your house? If your dining room is decorated in traditional burgundy and gold, you might consider a painting or sculpture in similar colors. A contemporary work that might appear jarring in some spaces might look very much at home in a room of similar colors. Often, a modern piece will offer the perfect amount of contrast to a traditionally decorated room, adding vibrant energy and bringing the whole space to life. Theme: Do you love horses? Have a fondness for landscapes? An abstract take on these themes may be a great fit for your space. For example, an abstract painting of a horse will look wonderful alongside trophies, ribbons and photos that follow a horse theme. Framing: The Saint Paul area is home to many talented framers. A period frame on a modern piece may be exactly what you need to integrate contemporary art into your décor. Similarly, a very large mat surrounding contemporary work can help it look at home against a period decorating scheme. Talk to the staff at your local frame shop for ideas. Let their experience guide the discussion, and choose a solution that speaks to your taste and preferences.

Type of work: Remember that art comes in many, many forms. Paintings, prints, photography, sculpture, functional pottery and fiber art can all be amazing additions to your home. Purchasing handcrafted jewelry, clothing and accessories are other ways you can add contemporary art to your life, and support local artists. If you really can’t imagine purchasing another item—no matter how beautiful—take an art class from a local artist, or consider how you might like to support the local dance, literature, music and theater communities. In addition, don’t forget that the art you see from artists at the Saint Paul Crawl is likely only a portion of their inventory. If you like the work of a particular artist, but don’t see a specific piece that works for you, be sure to ask about other pieces he or she has for sale. You may also want to work with a local artist to commission a piece of the perfect size, subject matter and color scheme. Many artists are willing to create customized pieces. Most will ask for half of the cost prior to starting a piece for you, with full payment on delivery. Finally, remember that art is intended to delight, challenge and inspire you. Give yourself permission to purchase a piece that speaks to your heart. Over time, you’ll build a collection that is uniquely yours, and that only you could have made possible.

Jeff Ambroz

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Exhibitors

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262 Building

CoCo Lowertown Building

262 E. 4th St.

213 E. 4th St.

102 Master Framers

Cocktail Arts!

Lowertown

LOWERTOWN

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 Sarah Stengle

Mixed Media Paper Art and More

stenglesarah@centurylink.net 609-529-6753 www.sarahstengle.com

Cocktail-themed assemblage art. Hosted by new farm-totable restaurant. Proceeds support cancer research. Funky & functional bars, carts, more. Most created with upcycled thrift store finds. Drink up! kimkgarretson@gmail.com 612-836-8803 www.cocktailbars.art

Emilie Henthorne

Watercolor, Printmaking, Mixed Media

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

Lowertown Commons 300 E. 4th St.

102 David Hara Jewelry

davidhara123@gmail.com 612-240-5831

201 MD Wodnick Oil Paintings

mdwstudio@msn.com 651-227-1207

Jeannie May

202 Casey Carlson

jmay1012@gmail.com 254-855-4214 www.goo.gl/TMQDGY

Portrait, Music, and Editorial Photography casey@caseyccreative.com www.caseyccreative.com

102 Patty Rau

Acrylic Paintings in Vividly Colored Designs.

Elaine Walsh Photography Landscape, Cityscape and Travel Photography elainewals20@hotmail.com 651-235-7435

Functional and Decorative Ceramics thropots@prrpots.com 612-986-5168 www.prrpots.com

307 Dave Enblom/ Aesthetics Incorporated The Barn Project, Cucina Obscura, etc. davenblom@yahoo.com 651-705-5009 www.mnartists.org/ community?keywords=en

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Jennifer Maroney

Paintings, Prints and Handmade Journals

jenniferamaroney@mac.com 612-470-3356 www.paperlovecreativeco.com


Little Coyote Lake Pottery Functional Ceramic Dinnerware

apeaceofclay@yahoo.com 651-755-4408

Sara J. Leadholm

Landscapes and Plein Air sleadal@hickorytech.net www.sleadholm.com

Lowertown Lofts Artists Co-op

255 E. Kellogg - Alley Entrance

304 Gaylord Schanilec

3rd Floor Jean Wright

gaylord@midnightpapersales.com www.midnightpapersales.com

wrigh317@gmail.com

Bookish Printmaking

Encaustic

Painting, Drawings, Hand-painted Glass and more tacoumbaaiken@gmail.com 651-274-1220 www.tacoumbaaiken.com

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. lowertownloftscoop@gmail.com www.lowertownlofts.org

3rd Floor Ta-coumba-Tahua Studio

405 April Joy Hanson Classical Singer

lirpaj@hotmail.com 651-303-8198 www.apriljoyhanson.com

307 Ms. Wendy’s Violin Flash Mob Flash Mob & Improvisatory Violin Performances

wendysuzukiviolin@gmail.com 651-491-7493 www.wendyviolin.com

3rd Floor Atrium Liz Carlson

Mono Prints & Mixed Media www.facebook.com/ LizCarlsonArtsandIllustration

302 Yijia Li

406 Kristi Abbott

Figurative Oil Painting

Collage/Mixed Media

yijialiliyijia@gmail.com www.liyijia.work

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

303 judit neilsdottir

Dance at a Glance XVII: WAKE UP!

3rd Floor Marla Gamble Custom Designs 3rd Floor Dottir Jewelry Contemporary Jewelry www.dottirshop.com

Finding Nature through Painting & Jewelry marlagamblek12@gmail.com 651-224-6711 www.lowertown lofts.org/artists

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Minnesota State Arts Board

Lowertown Lofts Artists Co-Op Continued

Lowertown

Park Square Court: 400 Sibley St.

4th Floor Kari Maxwell Painting

karimaxwell@mac.com 612-695-2167 www.karimaxwell.com

408 Justin Terlecki

200 Minnesota State Arts Board 510 Tom Helmberger

Lino Cut Prints & Assemblage tomhelmberger@yahoo.com 651-492-3263

msab@arts.state.mn.us 651-215-1600 www.arts.state.mn.us

Narrative Paintings and Lithographs

justinterleckiart@gmail.com www.grovelandgallery.com/ artist/justin-terl

Northern Warehouse

4th Floor Atrium William G. Franklin

308 Prince St.

Video Art

info@williamgfranklin.com www.williamgfranklin.com

5th Floor Serena Asta Alcohol Ink, Mixed Media, Intuitive Technique. Serena@AstaArt.com 651-274-7220 www.AstaArt.com

410 Neya

503 Patrick McCutchan Photographer of People, Places & Relationship

Patrick@StudioMcCutch.com 763-381-2927 www.PatrickMcCutchan.com

5th Floor Taylor J Winder Painting, Drawing, and Digital Illustration

4th Floor EverArt Designs Modern Jewelry

everartdesigns@gmail.com www.everartdesigns.com

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Lower Level Lowertown UnderGround Artists

A collection of artists working and displaying in the Northern Warehouse in Lowertown St. Paul. Open on First Fridays of each month 6-9pm and Saturdays & Sundays 11am - 3pm. lowertownundergroundartists@ gmail.com www.facebook.com/ LowertownUnderGroundArtists

Abstract Acrylic Paintings

Neyag1309@gmail.com 651-500-9362 www.instagram.com/nelovesart

Artists with Disabilities Showcase, featuring visual art created by artists with disabilities through Minnesota State Arts Board grant programs.

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


Lowertown Underground Artists Barbara Evan Paintings, Plastic Sheeting, Prints, Cards

barbarakevan@gmail.com 651-765-8071 www.mnartists.org/barbaraevan

Lowertown Underground Artists Caprice Glaser Sculpture and Painting

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

Lowertown Underground Artists Caroline M. Mecklin

Figurative Painting, Drawing, & Ceramics cmmecklin@gmail.com 317-252-5816 www.mecklinart.com

Lowertown Underground Artists Sendero Flamenco

Lowertown Underground Artists Tim Renken

senderoflamenco@gmail.com 612-203-6188 www.sendero-flamenco.com

trenken@sprintmail.com 612-317-0995

Flamenco Music & Dance / Classes & Performance

Lowertown Underground Artists S.K. Hammond Artist Lowertown Underground Artists Jane Ellison, Textile Artist Collage/Mixed Media jbe200@outlook.com 651-261-9736

Watercolor, Acrylic and Ink suekhammond@gmail.com 651-274-3088 www.facebook.com/ skhammondartist

Traditional Darkroom Photography

Lowertown Underground Artists Todd Peterson

Award Winning Paintings and Drawings lookartbelow@gmail.com www.lookartbelow.com

AZ Gallery

Artist cooperative and gift shop featuring over 20 local artists including Amy Clark, Beth Stoneberg, Chris LaFontaine, Laura Toth, Matthew Rucker & Tom Reynen. info@theazgallery.org 651-224-3757 www.theazgallery.org

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Lowertown

Northern Warehouse continued

AZ Gallery Joe Linn Photography

Landscape, Cityscape, and Wildlife Photography

190 Nautilus Music-Theater

Nautilus presents excerpts from new operas and contemporary music-theater, featuring some of the Twin Cities’ most exciting performers!

AZ Gallery Michael Schmidt

Urban Themed Oil Painting

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

joe@joelinn.com www.joelinnphoto.com

ben@nautilusmusictheater.org 651-298-9913 www.nautilusmusictheater.org

210 Craig Thiesen

Landscape and Memories Photography

242 Tom Dunn Photography

Photography - St. Paul & Lowertown tom@tomdunnphoto.com 651-368-2047 www.tomdunnphoto.com

ct@studio210.org www.craigthiesen.com

210 Regina M Flanagan Photography of MN and WI Landscapes

regina@artlandscapedesign.us 651-587-0447 www.reginaflanagan.tumblr.com

310 Manny Bratzel

Kinetic Mobiles and Acrylic Paintings

AZ Gallery Neil Johnston AZ Gallery Matthew Rucker

Original Oil Paintings

MannyBratzel@me.com 651-497-8190

Paintings

paintstew@gmail.com 612-719-6019 www.paintstew.com

318 Nancy Stephani Acrylic Painting and Assemblage

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

222 The Museum of Paleo-Osteological Interpretation

AZ Gallery Melinda Wolff Handmade Wood Jewelry melinda@melindawolff.com 651-245-8378 www.melindawolff.com

AZ Gallery Tom Reynen Photographs, Cards, Prints, Artful Umbrellas tommyrey@comcast.net 651-787-0463 www.pixels.com/profiles/ tom-reynen/shop

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Ancient Life Forms and Artifacts michaelkbahl@gmail.com 651-552-9496 www.michaelbahl.com

226 Amee McDonald

Documentary Photography, Interpretive Portrait amee@jabberlogic.com 612-308-6471 www.ameemcdonald.com

stephaniart@gmail.com 612-210-1022 www.nancystephani.com


319 Chad Hambright Painting/Mixed Media

chadhambright@gmail.com www.facebook.com/ RockwellAllnight

420 Alex Kuno

Surreal Anatomical/Fairy Tale Illustrations alexkuno@gmail.com 612-356-1427 www.alexkunoartwork.com

519 Michael Daly Watercolors

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

C/Art on the Front Patio Everthine Jewelry Hand-fabricated Jewelry

aisha@everthinejewelry.com www.everthinejewelry.com

Northwestern 275 E. 4th St.

B100 Kala Vandanam Dance Co. (S. Sairam)

Bharatanatyam - South Indian Classical Dance

413 Cult Barn Press

510 Richard Abraham

cultbarn@gmail.com

richardeabraham1@gmail.com 651-295-0458 www.richardabraham.com

Screenprinting

414 JobyLynn SassilyJames/Gypsy Wagon

Mixed Media, Screen Printing, Photography room2grow@gmail.com www.instagram.com/sassijams/

Oil Painting

520 Lady Sharyn

info@kalavandanam.com www.kalavandanam.com

Passionate and Exciting Watercolor Paintings 651-227-5070 www.redbubble.com/people/ sharynhultman

Golden’s Deli Michael Stetzler

Caricature and Illustration Mstetzler@gmail.com www.michaelstetzler.com

518 Studio 24 Guitars Custom Guitar Builder, Master Luthier

gene@4dcreative.com 612-205-0520 www.studio24guitars.com

611 Stephen Workman Encaustic, Printmaking, Photography, Workshops

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

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Lowertown

Northwestern Building continued

301 Kristin Kane

Vivid Visionary Watercolors

301 Heather Matson

kristinkane.art@gmail.com 651-210-7405 www.kristinkane.com

Alternative Photography/ Surrealist Painting

heather@heathercmatson.com www.heathercmatson.com

610 Art Wrx by Dyne 486 Mitch Iburg Ceramics Wood Fired Local Clay Tableware & Sculpture mliburg11@gmail.com 319-541-5245 www.mitchiburg.com

Big Contemporary Paintings & Unique Furniture info@dynesimon.com 651-235-4200 www.dynesimon.com

850-C Sean McLaughlin

Words, Images, and Amber: Studio & Design Work

sean-balticimports@hotmail.com www.facebook.com/ seanmclaughlinartistwriter

345 Jerri Jo Brandt Joyful Oil Paintings

301 Juliana Thrall

jerrijo@mcgregordesign.com 952-484-1959 www.jerrijo.blogspot.com

Watercolor Paintings & Ceramic Jewelry

julianathrall@gmail.com 207-671-4420 www.artofcounselingstpaul.com/ therapists/a

486 ZoĂŤ Powell Ceramics Woodfired Local Clay Sculpture

zadpowell@gmail.com 804-551-1486 www.zoepowellceramics.com

5th Floor Chellie Bock Studios

Landscape Photography put on unique products

345 Tom McGregor

Expressive Landscapes in Oils tom@mcgregorart.com 651-983-0881 www.mcgregorart.com

456 Ron Hoffman

Water-based Animal Portraits and Cityscapes Brokenpictures11@gmail.com

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

850-D Matt Dooley Hand-built Ceramics & Gunpowder Prints mapdooley@gmail.com www.mapdooley.com


Anni P Designs

Beaded Jewelry and Polymer Clay annip333@yahoo.com 651-253-1346

8th Floor Jeremy Downie

102 Tarot Readings by Ruth Lund

Mixed Media Paintings, Drawings, and Prints

jeremy.downie@gmail.com www.jeremydownie.com

Lucero Jewelry

Brass and Copper Jewelry Inspired by the Past

800 Todd Rhoades

The Show Gallery Lowertown 346 N. Sibley St.

Ben R Cooper Photography

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

info@ ResistanceMovementFitness.com 651-225-8878 www. ResistanceMovementFitness.com

Carol Strait

Painting Mixed Media

Carolannstrait@gmail.com 612-920-7712 www.flickr.com/photos/carolstrait

Isyoma Design

Modern Fashion Apparel

Original Paintings and Giclee Prints

amberpaints4u@gmail.com 651-808-2487 www.etsy.com/shop/ ambermcdowellfineart

205 E. 7th St.

Strength/Movement: In the midst of strength & movement, keep stillness inside of you.

The Show Gallery is a nonprofit. Featuring Rebecca’s gifts, a variety of art, pottery, jewelry, beautiful handmade greeting cards. We will host 12 guest artists and the amazing artists from MSS.

Amber McDowell

Sibley Park Apartments The Resistance Movement

The Show Gallery Lowertown

Info@theshowartgallery.org 651-419-8022 www.theshowgallerylowertown. org

sagemoonapothecary@gmail.com 952-454-6569

Sally@lucerojewelry.com 651-335-3777 www.lucerojewelry.com

Contemporary Wooden Bowls trhoades@cermakrhoades.com www.finewoodenbowls.com

Tarot Card Reader

Stylemode@live.com www.isyomadesign.com

105 Sober and the New Cool

Mixed Media Macro Magic

soberandthenewcool@gmail.com www.soberandthenewcool.com

Tilsner Artist Lofts 300 Broadway St

Marketplace East Atrium The Olive Branch Oil & Spice Co. Artisan Spices, Oils and Balsamic vinegars

shop@theolivebranchmn.com 651-653-2207 www.theolivebranchmn.com

1st Floor Chelonidae Artistry - Tara Merkt Scratchboard Artist

chelonidaeartistry@gmail.com www.chelonidaeartistry.com

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Lowertown

Tilsner Artist Lofts continued

2nd Floor AnJartica 1st Floor Kristin Prideaux Abstract Photography

kristin@argentephoto.com 612-384-9874 www.argentephoto.com

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

305 Lena Vdakes

Knotted Gemstone Prayer Beads & Jewelry

Lena@CreateBeautySpirit.com 952-452-2855 www.CreateBeautySpirit.com

3rd Floor Laurel Draine Travel photography

lkdraine@gmail.com framedperspective.com

3rd Floor Essence One Lauren VanScoy

Handcrafted All-Natural Bath and Body Products info@essenceone.life www.essenceone.life

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Jeff Schad Imagery

Landscape and Cityscape Photography info@jeffschadimagery.com 612-619-0685 www.jeffschadimagery.com

2nd Floor Juan Parker Artist/Illustrator Mixed Media

Juanparker58@gmail.com 651-233-7233

308 vaughanImage General Photography

vaughanh77@yahoo.com 952-846-9438 www.vaughanimage.com

3rd Floor Paul Winger Photography

2nd Floor Art by Cordova/ Julian Cordova

Landscape, Abstract & Fine Art Photography

Painted Feathers and Painted Saws

paulwingerphotos@aol.com 651-373-9699 www.paulwinger.zenfolio.com

artbycordova_2016@yahoo.com 612-715-0778 www.Facebook.com/ Art by Cordova

410 Ruthie Krech

Painting and Sculpture

3rd Floor Jessica McKeever

209 Jeffrey Hansen Visual Artist

Sculptural Painter

Abstract Painting and Nature Photography

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

jeff@jhansenartist.com www.jhansenartist.com

2nd Floor Esai Luna

Graphic Design, Arts Showcase Coordinator, 2D Artist

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Ruthiekrech@gmail.com


4th Floor Stephanie Alicia Chen Mixed Media Abstract Paintings & Drawings

chena.stephanie@gmail.com www.stephaniealiciachen.com

5th Floor Elzbieta Kondratowicz Pawlowska

4th Floor Jeffrey B. Hankinson

Fine Arts, Paintings, Drawings ellapaw@usfamily.net 651-229-0783

Abstract Painter

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

608 FreeStyle Forms, Lucy V. Yogerst Stoneware, Porcelain and Jingle Birds LVYogerst@yahoo.com 612-522-0968

509 Lisa Mathieson

6th Floor Eric Haugen Photography

Fused glass, porcelain, fine art puck3400@gmail.com

5th Floor Steve Tetrick

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

Unique Visions through nature imagery, imagination and emotion. ehaugen@eric-haugen.com 612-836-7199 www.erichaugenphotography.com

4th Floor Jenny Perona

Acrylic/Mixed Media Painting myperona@gmail.com 651-280-9110

5th Floor Dean Urevig Art Digital Art

deanurevig@gmail.com 612-424-0211 www.facebook.com/ DeanUrevigArt/

5th Floor H. Leigh

Acrylic Painter/Digital Photo Manipulation Heathler1@gmail.com www.hleighart.wordpress.com

Marketplace Cove Linda Morganstein Illustrated Book

linda@lindamorganstein.com www.lindamorganstein.com

4th Floor Spilt Milk Arts

Multimedia Mosaic Works and Accessories 612-578-5685

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Tilsner Artist Lofts continued

Marketplace Cove Cheryl’s Art Photography Nature and Landscape Photography

cheryllmarker@gmail.com

Lowertown

Marketplace Cove Christian Ybarra

Contemporary Surreal/ Expressionist Paintings

ChristianYbarraArt@gmail.com 612-986-5355 www.mnartists.org/ ChristianYbarra

Marketplace Cove Chris Shockley Painting

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

Marketplace Cove Sammi Anne

Watercolor, Fluid Art, and Polymer Clay Sculptures

Sammianneartist@gmail.com www.Facebook.com/ sammianneart

Marketplace East Atrium Chocolate Skinnies Freakishly Thin Double Chocolate Bark

chocolateskinnies@me.com 651-795-1450

Marketplace Cove Sarah Lund Art

Abstract Textural & Dimensional Paintings hello@sarahlundart.com www.sarahlundart.com

Marketplace West Atrium Tova Beads

The Tilsner Backyard Mary Jane Mansfield

Forecast Interactive Public Art Project mjartmart@gmail.com www.missjanesartmart.com/

Twin Cities PBS 172 E. 4th St.

Twin Cities PBS

Open Sunday: MN Original Artist Market in the TPT Street Space with refreshments, screenings, giveaways and more. www.mnoriginal.org www.tpt.org

Union Depot 214 E. 4th St.

katie@katieteesdale.com www.katieteesdale.com

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beckyamble@yahoo.com 612-327-6318 www.ambleart.com

Bernie Saunders

Digitally Painted Photography including book

bernie@berniesaunders.com 763-479-1226 www.berniesaundersphotography. com

Bijoux by Cindylou

Contemporary Jewelry and Body Scrubs cspreiter@comcast.net 651-222-6208 www.facebook.com/ BijouxByCindylou/

651-917-9706

Marketplace West Atrium Mudslinger Pottery captainmudslinger@gmail.com 651-270-3330 www.captainmudslinger.com

Contemporary Hand-built and Thrown Ceramics

Watercolor, Acrylic, & Oils Fused Glass

Recycled Jewelry

Fine Functional Pottery and Oil Paintings

Marketplace Cove Teesdale Studios

Becky L Amble

BugFlowerArt

Cast from Life, Handpainted Leaves and more

Anchor 13 Studio

Detailed Watercolor and Ink Illustrations anchor13studio@gmail.com 612-643-0413 www.anchor13studio.com

www.facebook.com/bugflowerart


Growing Blue Flowers

Larry Solarz

growingblueflowers@gmail.com 651-261-9194 www.growingblueflowers.com

Loulure

100% Natural Skin Products, Soaps, Salves, Mist

Wood Jewely, Spoons, Spatulas Painting

Lou@Loulure.com www.loulure.com

Charles Hezsely Photography

Framed and Matted Photographs & Note Cards cainrachelr@gmail.com 651-491-3437 www.cainrachelr.wix.com/ rachelsphotos

Professional Photography, Mobile Photo Classes

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

Clay by DebraKaye

Hand-built Pottery and Paintings

debrafuglestad@gmail.com 651-357-2544

Gypsy Heart Jewelry Handmade Boho Style Jewelry

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

Luce Quilts

Textile Art and Bright Bold Patchwork quiltlucy@gmail.com 651-231-0984 www.lucequilts.com

Micah Norberg Photography

Landscape Photography

micah@micahnorbergphoto.com 651-303-5942 www.micahnorbergphoto.com

Ernesto Ruiz Photography

Gayle Olson

Mixed Media, Acrylic, and Watercolor

gaylemarleneolson@gmail.com

Grey Cloud PotteryJoan Miller

Hand-built and Thrown Mid-fire Stoneware

joanm8898@gmail.com 612-388-0245 www.greycloudpottery.com

Ralph J. Ryan

Landscapes & Science Fiction Art skyships1@gmail.com www.skyships1.com

Pamela Kirton Illustration

Landscape, Travel and Cityscape Photography

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

Rachel’s Photos

Mixed Media

pj@pamelakirton.com www.pamelakirton.com

Jill Lynne Ness

Vivid Watercolor & Mixed Media, Cards & Prints jillness@comcast.net www.mnartists.org/ Jill_Lynne_Ness

Kenna Marie Creative Stationery, Illustrations, Woven Wall Hangings

kenna.marie.creative@gmail.com www.etsy.com/shop/ kennamariecreative

T.L. Anderson Art Planet Giggles

Pop Art Mixed Media

planetgiggles@gmail.com www.planetgiggles.com

Scratchboard Art, Paintings, & more

tlandersonart@yahoo.com 906-241-3327 www.tlandersonart.com

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Union Depot continued

Hallway Gerry Heroff Art Abstract & Impressionistic Mix Media on canvas

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Downtown

gerrygertie95@gmail.com 651-227-9595 www.facebook.com/ ArtistGerryHeroff

Hallway Kathleen Finken

larry@iphouse.com 651-246-6839

katdotartdot01@gmail.com 651-455-2775 www.artcrawl.com/kathyfinken

Black and White Portraits

Things by Nicole

Contemporary Jewelry www.thingsbynicole.com

West Side

320 Larry LaBonté

DOWNTOWN

Minnesota Museum of American Art

406 Beth Stoneberg Oil on Birch Plywood

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

Paintings/Mixed Media

Hallway Illusive Vector Designs Digital Art

armen.stromquist@gmail.com www.ivdbyarmen.wordpress.com

141 E. 4th St.

Hallway Richard Stryker Reasonably-priced, Nicely Framed Oil Paintings

Minnesota Museum of American Art

“We the People,” an exhibit by guest curators Christopher Harrison, Johnnay Leenay, Mary Anne Quiroz and Maggie Thompson, with work by local and national artists on the question: Who are we the people? info@mmaa.org 651-797-2571 www.mmaa.org

Rossmor

500 N. Robert St.

212 Kimberly Christenson Abstract Paintings and Functional Evla Pottery Evlapottery@aol.com 612-812-5706 www.Evlapottery.com

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rlstryker@hotmail.com 651-642-9071 www.mnartists.org/rlstryker

Hallway Aimy Stemig Watercolor and Prints on Metal stemig2010@gmail.com www.AimysArtistry.com

Hallway FuriousFunJewelry

Hallway Jeff Ambroz

Contemporary and Bold Mixed Media jeff.ambroz@gmail.com 651-387-9135 www.jeff-ambroz. squarespace.com

Hallway Robin Stryker

Embroidered Felt Birds, Pins, Mobiles, etc. rlstryker@hotmail.com

Handmade Colorful Earrings lhall4333@gmail.com www.etsy.com/shop/ FuriousFunJewelry

Hallway Wildarabesque Eclectic Bohemian Jewelry msraella@yahoo.com www.etsy.com/shop/ Wildarabesque


4th floor Malcolm Myers

WEST SIDE

Intaglio, Acrylic, Oil, and Watercolor Paintings

ACVR Warehouse

mjenneman@hotmail.com 612-374-4274 www.Malcolmmyers.com

106 W. Water St.

4th Floor Ann Popadiuk Larson Oil on Wood or Canvas/ Tooled Metal

3rd Floor Cecilia Schiller Woodcarving/Automata/ Public Art

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

cecilia@ceciliaschiller.com 651-757-8309 www.ceciliaschiller.com

Plein Aire Landscapes and Pastels

4th Floor Mark Hakomaki Studio

Mixed Media / Acrylic / Marker - Pen charli3gurl@gmail.com

Oil on Canvas

mark@markhakomaki.com 612-310-5456 www.markhakomaki.com/

4th Floor, East End Old Town Artists

4th Floor CeCeile HartleibGemini Studio 402 Terry KayserGemini Studio

Old Town Artists Charlie Marie

Landscape/Portrait/Still Life: Oil/Watercolor

Artwork by Karen Bell, Alex Betzler, Jean Everson, Ardis Hafdahl, Tom Kunau, Peter Leung, Sallie Malmstrom, Charlie Marie, Nancy O’Brien, Bruce Palmer, Tom Winterstein

4th Floor - SE Corner Mary Allen

Wooden Objects Lathe-turned or Hand-carved

oldtownartists@gmail.com www.oldtownartists.com

allen.mary69@gmail.com 651-233-9367 www.allenwoodturning.com

Old Town Artists Ardis Borgh Hafdahl

5th Floor, 11 Nancy Raeburn

www.oldtownartists.com

nraeburn.1@juno.com

ceceilehartleib@gmail.com 651-592-1877 www.ceceile.com

tfkayser@gmail.com 651-647-6078

4th Floor John Ilg

Resplendent Scenes, Esteemed Genres & Legends jcilg@comcast.net 651-260-4234 www.mnastists.org/johnilg

Acrylic Paintings, Pencil, Pastels

Wall Hangings, Watercolor Collages

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WEST 7TH

Center for Lost Objects West 7th

957 W. 7th St.

Center For Lost Objects Performa Obscura: Twin Cities Performance Art Festival

CenterForLostObjectsStPaul@ gmail.com 651-504-2356 www.CenterForLostObjects.com

Schmidt Artist Lofts

Marketplace JoDee Schumer

Leather Collars / Clothing Design / Jewelry jodee@jodeesigns.net 612-749-2963 www.jodeesigns.net

123 Gothic Allure Paint Studio Hallway Sharon Christensen Author

Victorian and Steampunk Inspired Jewelry Art stephanie@gothicallure.com www.gothicallure.com

princesswriter55@gmail.com 612-402-0122

Brew House - 900 W. 7th St.

Brew House Club Room, Schmidt ARTS Pop Up Shop and Market

25+ artists in a large space. Jewelry, Paper, Painting, Pottery, Clothing and accessories, Tutus for kids and much more. Shop for yourself or gifts, then visit many other artists throughout Schmidt. reynepaperart@gmail.com www.facebook.com/schmidtarts

128 Mat Van Tassell Acrylic on Canvas

mattthevantassell@gmail.com

Marketplace Patti Pease Johnson

Silk Paintng/Mobiles/Fashion Line/Metal Jewelry pattij3@hawaiiantel.net www.pattipeasejohnson.com

Tunnel Gallery Courtney Joy Duzan

Abstract/ Contemporary Wall Art/ Acrylic CourtneyDuzan@gmail.com 612-325-1035

219 DBeezDesigns

Mixed Media/Acrylic/Ink/ Pencils on Canvas dbeezdesigns@gmail.com www.dbeezdesigns.com

Pop-Up Shop Guillermo Guardia

Ceramic Sculpture and Functional Ceramics

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

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Paint Studio Rick Pirtle Acrylic Painting

rpirtle77@hotmail.com 651-964-5919

Tunnel Gallery Meridith Graham Drawing/Painting

graham.meridith@gmail.com


134 Richard Hagemann Solo Piano-Classical

rhageman8691@gmail.com 201-675-5921 www.facebook.com/ twincitiespiano

404 Terry Hastings Dance Photography

Terry@TheHastingsGallery.com 952-484-5002 www.TheHastingsGallery.com

615 Rosa Strandemo Photographer

www.rosastrandemo.com

Schmidt Artist Lofts

103 STITCHESbycarin

Fashion Accessories with a Touch of Sweden. Stitchesbycarin16@gmail.com 651-497-5108 www.instagram.com/ stitchesbycarin

Bottle House - 876 W. 7th St.

Lobby MaryBeth Garrigan Acrylic Painting

marybird@uglydaisy.com 651-564-1026 www.facebook.com/ uglydaisystudio/

515 Mary Frances Judge Cosmic Inspired Circular Tondo Paintings

119 KRL metals | Kelly Ludeking

mfjudge@netzero.net 646-339-2895 www.maryfrancesjudge-mn.com

101 Andrew Rasmussen

Sculpture, Furniture & Photography krlmetals@gmail.com

Paintings That Make Your Eyes Smile EarthStrangerArt@gmail.com www.EarthStrangerArt.com

523 Becqi Sherman

Photographing the World through Travels becqi@wheresq.com www.wheresq.com

1st Floor Leah Fargo Contemporary Paintings fargo.leah@gmail.com 612-512-3325 www.leahfargo.com

122 Fringe and Fettle Ceramics Functional Pottery

fringeandfettle@gmail.com www.fringeandfettle.com

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Upper Mississippi Academy

| Grand

| West 7th

426 Osceola Ave. S.

| Midway

281 Western Ave.

smART at UMA! Artists in the UMA learning community sharing their creations as well as artist experiences with the community. Browse, buy and create with us! mickey.jurewicz@ umissacademy.org 612-759-2996 GRAND

The Grand Hand Gallery 619 Grand Ave.

“Ashes to Ashes”-Gallery artists contemplate mortality. sales@thegrandhand.com 651-312-1122 www.thegrandhand.com

RAYMOND STATION

Carleton Artist Lofts

Carleton Artist Lofts

Bldg. B - 2285 University Ave. W.

Bldg. A - 2341 University Ave. W.

Upper Mississippi Academy

The Grand Hand Gallery

Raymond

St. Joseph’s Academy

Ground Floor Western Ave. Entrance David Bratzel

Pastel & Acrylic Paintings, & Original Prints djb@chof.net 651-265-3424 www.dbratzelart.com MIDWAY

112 Eggs by OCK

Handmade Pysanky Ukrainian Egg Decorating krowcottage@gmail.com krowcottage.yolasite.com

Mixed Media, Puppets, Sculpture dnorini@msn.com

306 My Horrible Dolls

One of a Kind Horror Dolls

1860 W Minnehaha Ave.

myhorribledolls@mail.com www.facebook.com/ myhorribledolls

Interact Center Visual Arts

info@interactcenter.com 651-209-3575 www.interactcenter.org

Handmade Jewelry, Mixed Media, and Wool Felt Balls

112 Kayte Norini

Interact Center for Visual and Performing Arts Works from 50+ artists presented salon style; painting, drawing, ceramics, jewelry, textiles, & more. Featuring fun family friendly make & take art events for all ages throughout the weekend!

306 Beeswing

205 Megz Burton

Crochet Critters, Recycled Fiber Jewelry & Art

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

308 Nelson Patrick Cain Abstract Acrylic

310 Michael Hussey

Fine Fragrances, Photography, Painting, Soaps, Candles 56

www.toomanyartists.com

pootieartsmackdown@gmail.com 612-747-9817 www.facebook.com/ pootieartsmackdown


Carleton Artist Lofts

Dow Building

2242 University Ave. W.

Bldg. C - 2285 University Ave. W.

1st Floor Dance Studio Reiki Laughter

Cleanse Your Energy. Relax and Enjoy. maggie@reikilaughter.com www.ReikiLaughter.com

350 Nickerson Studio Furnishing and Design larsnlee@gmail.com 612-644-1987 www.facebook.com/ NickersonFurniture

Community Room Jamie Lang

Encaustic on Adobe Tiles info@jamielangartist.com www.jamielangartist.com

Abstract Landscape Paintings patty.paulus@gmail.com 651-261-3926 www.pattypaulus.com

105 Dow Art Gallery and Picture Framing

155 A.K. Hed Vincent

Paintings, Photographs, and Drawings

104 Patty Paulus

358 Roots and Feathers Art Acrylic Paints and Recycled or Found Items From Nature. dancingtreesoul@gmail.com 612-205-2221 www.facebook.com/ rootsandfeathers/

Community Room Liz Lang Acrylic Paintings

langcostudio@comcast.net www.mnartists.org/lizklang

4000sq/ft Gallery featuring Various of Artworks created by 30 plus MN Artist! Pastels, Photography, Watercolor, Oils, Acrylics, Sculptures, Pottery, MixedMetals, Mosaics, Botanicals, Fiber, WoodCarvings Khanh@dowartgallery.com 612-607-9203 www.dowartgallery.com

The Dow Art Gallery WARM (Women’s Art Resources of MN)

155 The Studio Project

Paintings, Handmade Books, and Paper Art

Mentor and Protegee pairings from the WARM Mentor Program

angela@thestudioproject.org www.thestudioproject.org

info@thewarm.org www.thewarm.org

Community Room Annie Zimbel

Zimbel Healing Dolls and Tarot Card Readings psychic11annie@gmail.com 612-868-0183 www.AnnieZimbel-A2Z.net

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Raymond

Dow Building continued

Dow Art Gallery Don Dickinson Urban Landscape

Dcamdi@gmail.com www.mnartists.org/dondickinson

Dow Art Gallery Linda Snouffer, Botanical Printmaker Hand-printed Botanical Ink Images & Landscapes

Dow Art Gallery Carol Swan

Dow Art Gallery Patrick Augustine Watercolor

pmcd3325@yahoo.com 216-221-6027 www.patrick-augustine-paintings. tumblr.com

lindasnouffer@yahoo.com 651-528-3987 www.facebook.com/ LindaSnoufferBotanica

Acrylic Paintings with the Intent for Healing healingswan@gmail.com 651-690-3991 www.healingswan.com

Dow Art Gallery Jeremy Jordan Photography Photography

Dow Art Gallery Denise Minkler Marych

Jeremy@ jeremyjordanphotography.com 612-669-1771 www.jeremyjordanphotography.com

Functional Ceramics

Dow Art Gallery Marcia SĂśderman, MFA

Nature-inspired Oil Paintings on Copper.

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

Abstract Landscapes in Watercolor and Acrylic

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

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

Dow Art Gallery Judith Visker

150 Kevin F. Caufield

viskersouth1@yahoo.com 623-340-3130 www.judithviskerart.com

caufieldclay@yahoo.com 651-303-3628 www.caufieldclay.com

Landscape Acrylic Painting

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Making Porcelain and Wood Fired Pottery


B-4 Erik Pearson

Paintings, Sculptures, Music and more! erik@erikpearsonart.com www.facebook.com/ ErikPearsonArt/

Midway Triangle Building 2500 University Ave. W.

C2 JHDesigns Judy Hornbacher B2 Greta Sandquist

Acrylic Paintings and Jewelry

B-14 Tim Monsters!

Plush Monsters, Screenprints, Apparel and more

A9 John Henry Woodworks

B-14 Madcapzest

info@johnhenrywoodworks.com 612-807-7503 www.johnhenrywoodworks.com

timmonsters@gmail.com www.timmonsters.com

Collage and Wearable Arts

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

Clothing Design for the Evolved Woman

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

Handcrafted Furniture and other Homewares

emmalowmax@gmail.com www.facebook.com/madcapzest

B-14 Tired and Terrible Illustrations

C7 Wendy Mccarty B2 Matthew G.G. Holm

Line-work Illustrations and Zines izizxx@gmail.com www.tiredandterrible. wordpress.com

Modern Abstract Art

B2 DeAnne L Parks

Bright Paintings and Ceramic Sculpture

matthewggholm@gmail.com 651-307-3436 www.matthewggholm.com

Landscapes, Figurative and Still Life artist_wsmccarty@yahoo.com 651-222-7404

artdeanneparks@gmail.com 612-616-5040 www.artdeanne.com

D1 KMKDesigns B3 Alexander Just

Twin City Portrait Photographer- Est. 2010

Photo of our Work from Fabric kmkmcclain@gmail.com www.kmkdesignsllc.com

AlexanderJustPhoto@gmail.com 651-246-8730 www.AlexanderJust.com

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Raymond Station

Midway Triangle Building continued

2nd Floor John Vieno Painting

johnvieno@gmail.com 651-245-4191 www.johnvieno.com

205 Bryce Borkhuis Blown Glass

F5 Marisa Martinez Jewelry E2 Zahnworks Studio Sculpture and 2D Fine Art Zahnwerks@tzahn.com www.Zahnworks.com

bryce@vandaliaglassworks.com 605-881-1821

2nd Floor Lanny Ross

Mixed Metal and Stone Artisan Jewelry

Abstract Expressionism/ Pacific Destination Art

info@marisa-martinez.com 651-295-0725 www.marisa-martinez.com

lannyrossartist@gmail.com www.themanofcolours.com

E5 Artsy Images Fine Art Photography Fine Art Female Nudes in nature and studio

205 The Weagel Works

rayvphoto@yahoo.com 612-224-4985 www.artsyimages.com

Free Blown Glass / Lighted Metal Sculpture

F6 Scarlet A Design by Amanda Kopplin Organic Silver Jewelry

www.scarletadesign.com

Vandalia Tower F5 Amy Sabatier Designs Metalsmith/Jewelry Artist

amysabatier@gmail.com 484-798-5794 www.amysabatierdesigns.com

srweagelglass@gmail.com 218-251-1255 www.facebook.com/ TheWeagelWorks/

West Hampden Artists 2285 Hampden Ave.

philip@pacarlton.com 651-261-7750 www.pacarlton.com

East Side Freedom Library

2nd Floor Vandalia Glassworks

1105 Greenbrier St.

State of the art glass blowing studio dedicated to fostering artists in a fun and creative environment.

East Side Freedom Library 2nd Floor Dillon

Painting, Acrylic, Collage dillon@dillonarts.com 651-331-9936 www.dillonarts.com

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Paintings in Oil and Acrylic

EAST SIDE

550 Vandalia St

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

2nd Floor Philip Alexander Carlton

features artists whose work engages our mission to inspire solidarity, advocate for justice and work for equity for all. info@eastsidefreedomlibrary.org 651-230-3294 www.eastsidefreedomlibrary.org


Flat Earth Brewing

688 Minnehaha Ave. E.

1st Floor Hallway DWITT

Comics, Prints, Posters

Angie Renee Ceramics

angiereneel@gmail.com

Cassandra Nickell & Nathan Rios Bead and Wire Jewelry

cassandra.nickell@gmail.com 651-276-1777 www.etsy.com/shop/ NorthernStonesStudio

dwitt75@gmail.com www.DWITT.com

Claire O’Connor Pottery Hand-built and Thrown Ceramics

oconnorpottery@gmail.com 612-281-5049 www.OConnorPottery.com

John Matsunaga

1st Floor Hallway Deborah Martin Lucid Creations

Handmade Beaded Jewelry Lucidcreationsmn@gmail.com 651-373-4288 www.fb.me/lucidcreationsmn

Photography

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

Retro Industrial Assemblage henrywalton77@gmail.com 952-240-7859 www.facebook.com/ IndustrialSteamworksDesigns

jmmatsunaga@gmail.com www.johnmatsunaga.com

Courtyard Peter Jadoonath Pottery Chris Singewald Pottery

Tap Room Henry Walton Industrial Steamworks

Sue Swanson Purple Apple Arts

Prayer Beads, Jewelry and Labyrinths

swansonmn@comcast.net www.purpleapplearts.com

Wheel-thrown and Altered, Functional Pottery.

peter.jadoonath@gmail.com www.peterjadoonathpottery.com

Tap Room Tracie Thompson

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

Indigenous Roots Cultural Center 788 E. 7th St.

Amoreina Espinosa Photography

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Mateo Silva Daniel Rosas

Drawing

SalĂłn MĂŠxico Mixed Media

Graffiti

Kate Pearce Paintings Acrylic Landscapes

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

Emmanuel Sierra Acrylic Paintings

Monica Vega Metal Wood

Xica Indio

Acrylic n Spray, Canvas n Wood.

J.A. Geiger Studio

Kalpulli Yaocenoxtli Mexica Aztec Dance

Marti Johnson

Fine Silver Jewelry

martijohnson22@yahoo.com 952-412-8856

1647 Beech St.

Osbaldo Castillo Ceramic Pottery

L Papalamaitcalli Meza Acrylic Paintings

Xicintli Quiroz Drawing

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Pacha Galaviz Contreras Graffiti

Robyn Beth Priestley Josephine A Geiger

Fine Art Stained Glass: Copper, Lead & Fire

josephine@jageigerstudio.com 612-964-6081 www.jageigerstudio.com

Mixed Media Block Print on paper, Hand-colored robynturtle@gmail.com 651-292-0321 www.paintedturtledesign.com


Join the St. Paul Art Collective! The St. Paul Art Collective offers memberships to art enthusiasts and supporters. Joining the Collective gives you exclusive access to special member only events as well great benefits. Members of SPAC help support and produce art events across the city connecting artists and supporters with the community. Joining the Collective is a great way to support the arts in Saint Paul. We have three levels of membership with exclusive benefits and all members get a unique piece of art from a St. Paul Art Collective Artist every year they are a member. Go to www.stpaulartcollective.org/ membership.html to get more information and to join. If you have any questions or would like more information email membership@stpaulartcollective.org

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THANK YOU! 3M SENIOR GOLF CLASSIC • ACTORS THEATRE • AFTON BUSINESS ASSOCIATION • ALL INC. DESIGN • BELWIN CONSERVANCY • BEER DABBLER • BLOOMING ST. PAUL • CHAMBER WILD FACE-OFF • CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION • CINCO DE MAYO • COMO ZOO • COTTAGE GROVE STRAWBERRY FEST • EAGAN FUN FEST • FRIENDS OF THE ST. PAUL PUBLIC LIBRARY • GRAND AVENUE BUSINESS ASSOCIATION • GREAT RIVER GATHERING • GREAT RIVER GREENING • HEARTBEAT 500 • HIGHLAND FEST • HOLIDAY LIGHTS IN THE PARK • HORSE EXPO • HUDSON CHAMBER • HUDSON HOT AIR AFFAIR • IRISH FAIR • JDRF WALK FOR A CURE • KEYSTONE • LANDMARK CENTER • LISTENING HOUSE • MDA MUSCLE TEAM • MINNESOTA LIBRARY FOUNDATION • MINNESOTA SUPER BOWL HOST COMMITTEE • MISSISSIPPI RIVER CHALLENGE • MINNESOTA STREET RODS • MINNESOTA WILD

PARTNERING WITH ARTS, PARKS, COPS & HOPS • NATIONAL SPORTS CENTER • NEWSPAPERS IN EDUCATION • NORTHEAST YOUTH AND FAMILY SERVICES • ORDWAY CENTER FOR PERFORMING ARTS • OPUS AND OLIVES • PACE MAKER 5000 • RAMSEY COUNTY FAIR • RAMSEY COUNTY LIBRARY • RED CROSS 12 HOURS GIVING • RIVER FALLS BACON BASH • RIVER FALLS ROOTS & BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL • RIVER FALLS CHAMBER • RIVERTOWN ART FESTIVAL • ROTARY CLUB OF ST. PAUL • ST. CROIX VALLEY HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION • ST. PAUL ART CRAWL • ST. PAUL BIKE CLASSIC • ST. PAUL RIVERFRONT CORPORATION • SECOND HARVEST HEARTLAND • SELBY JAZZ FEST • ST. PAT’S LUCKY PALOOZA • STILLWATER ART FAIR • SUMMER READING PROGRAM • TWIN CITIES IN MOTION • TWIN CITIES JAZZ FEST • TWIN CITIES UNITED WAY • WINTER CARNIVAL • WINTER SKATE Proud to partner in support of all of our Twin Cities communities.


Journey on. Green Line / Dozens of taprooms

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See.

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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

Artspace Jackson Flats Artspace Hastings River Lofts (NEW)

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

The building reminds me of the Harlem Renaissance, when people in the spirit of art would come together and exchange ideas. I love the

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what they do.”

PHOTO CREDITS: James Shanks, HOTI Design Studio, Lucky Brake LTD., Marc Nordberg, Jordan Nicholson.

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


Celebrating the working families, local business, and creative action of Saint Paul's East Side

The Village on Rivoli Beautiful new homes now available on Saint Paul’s East Side

Brought to you by: Dayton’s Bluff Neighborhood Housing Services

Contact: DBNHS.ORG or 612-774-6995


Personal Banking

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Your Local, Full Service, Community Bank. bankcherokee.com

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TISTS R A R O F , S T IS BY ART

Professional workshops, consultations, legal & health resources and more! WWW.SPRINGBOARDFORTHEARTS.ORG

Professional workshops, consultations, legal & health resources and more!

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TWO UNIQUE LIVING OPTIONS IN ONE DYNAMIC COMMUNITY Choose an efficient modern design in FLATS or historic character in LOFTS while enjoying access to amenities in both buildings. • WWW.CE-LIVING.COM •

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NOW OPEN! STOP IN FOR A TOUR TODAY: 2410 UNIVERSITY AVE W, ST. PAUL

AUGUST 17 – OCTOBER 29 Open Thursday – Sunday www.mmaa.org


Saint Paul Art Crawl at

J.A. Geiger Studio (612) 964-6081

jageigerstudio.com

Josephine A. Geiger - fine art stained glass

Kate Pearce - acrylic paintings Marti Johnson- fine silver jewelry Robyn Beth Priestley - block prints & paintings


Lowertown First Fridays has a mission: To give the community a chance to get to know Lowertown artists in a relaxed, casual environment between art crawls, and to give artists a way to show their work for free, without even having to spruce up their studios. LFF started in 2009 and, remarkably, five sturdy volunteers still keep it running: Tara Weatherly, Stephen Workman, Winna Bernard, Rachel Wacker, and Barbara Evan. LFF hours are from 6 to 9 pm on First Friday of every month. The most active LFF artist building is the Northern Warehouse, along with several galleries: AZ Gallery, The Show Gallery Lowertown, Lowertown Underground Artists, and is growing as new Lowertown businesses want to find ways to support the local artist community. Lowertown restaurants are on board, as well! Twelve restaurants—all that have been asked so far!—have contributed a match toward a gift card! To qualify for the monthly award, the artist has only to participate that month and help get the word out via social media. By no means least, our guests love LFF! People come from all over the Twin Cities, greater Minnesota, and even other countries. They tell us their visit was pleasant, stimulating, and rewarding. We invite you to come and investigate for yourself. You will be warmly welcomed! www.lowertownfirstfridays.org Facebook: Lowertown First Fridays Instagram: #lowertownfirstfridays Lowertown First Fridays is a Program of the St Paul Art Collective.


SHOW

SELL The Show Gallery Lowertown is a nonprofit art space which seeks to create accessibility in the arts and unite artists of all abilities. Featuring artwork by: Marie Bottelson Ben Cooper Michael Demeglio Katie Emory Chris Juhn Irene Kpami

Amber McDowell Justin Patrick Sally Patrick Anni Prochaska Carol Strait Gayle Wyannt

Various artists from MSS will have artwork on display over the weekend, inlcuding a live reading/writer’s reception on Saturday at 2pm with Cow Tipping Press!

CONNECT MOBILE CARTS FOR ARTISTS

Thank you to our ad sponsor

A project of Springboard for the Arts supported by the Knight Foundation and Lowertown Future Fund. The Show Gallery Lowertown • 346 N Sibley Street, St. Paul MN 55101 www.theshowgallerylowertown.org

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An artists’ cooperative gallery in the heart of Lowertown since 1997

Art Exhibits • Events • Gift Shop Rental for Special Occasions

308 Prince Street Northern Warehouse Lowertown, St. Paul Thursday & Friday 5 pm - 8 pm Saturday & Sunday 9 am - 3 pm

theAZGallery.org

651·224·3757


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Live Artfully

The Artist Gallery is one of the many luxury amenities provided to the residents of 333 on the Park. Local artists showcase their work through rotating collections, viewable to the public from the Saint Paul Skyway on 5th & Sibley.

luxury apartments

KAREN WEAVING CIRCLE Hand woven textiles made by refugees from Burma. East Side Freedom Library 1105 Greenbrier St, St Paul, MN 55106 During the St. Paul Art Crawl, October 13-15 See website for details on exhibition and public display dates: http://www.mnkaren.org/event/karen-weaving-circle-art-crawl/

What is Exploring TOSCA magazine? It’s a one-stop resource for Arts & Arts Events in the Twin Cities.

“The magazine belongs in every library,

gallery, and doctor’s office lobby, not to mention every art lover’s home.”

Anne Nicolai, Host/Producer Night & Day with Anne Nicolai, On Air Media LLC

Subscribe and advertise today! 612.481.3206 • gmweber77@aol.com • tctosca.com


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

shop the artists market at the saint paul art crawl

featuring MNO artists: xilam balam felipe cuauhtli chholing taha

at twin cities pbs, 172 east 4th st. st paul sunday, october 15 | 12-5pm

sarah beth ernhart marisa martinez karen morris rebekah crisanta de ybarra

mnoriginal.org


BALLET MINNESOTA PRESENTS

Zeitgeist presents

Crocus Hill Ghost Story A macabre tale of a house posessed told through music, theater and video. Starring Zeitgeist, actor/videographer DJ Mendel, music by Julie Johnson, and script by Cheri Johnson.

Oct. 27-29 • Nov. 2-4 Studio Z: 275 E. 4th St. #200, St. Paul www.zeitgeistnewmusic.org

Looking for a way to support the arts? Interested in being a part of our next Art Crawl Catalog? Contact sales@saintpaulartcrawl.org for information on availability and pricing.


The Saint Paul Art Crawl is thankful to all those who give their time to volunteer each season. This event would not be possible without the help we receive from volunteers. Volunteers step in to assist artists in the individual locations, prepare for special events, distribute materials, and are vital to each Art Crawl location during the weekend working as greeters who provide assistance and information to thousands of visitors. The Art Crawl is always looking for those who are passionate about supporting the arts and who want to be a part of this exciting event.

Meet Ursula Konrad and Nick Stanley, co-editors of Missionary and Anthropologist: Bishop Alphonse A. Sowada’s Life Among the Asmat People Friday, Nov. 3, 2017

RECEPTION: 5-7 p.m. • The Gallery, Anderson Student Center

Learn more: stthomas.edu/bringing-asmat-to-the-world

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If this describes you, let us know! Send an email with your name, contact information to volunteer@saintpaulartcrawl.org.


The St. Paul Art Collective is proud to announce the Fall 2017 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. The Art Crawl is supported by the voters of Minnesota through sponsorships, grants, and additional funding. Contributors include the official sponsor of the Fall 2017 Art Crawl, The St. Paul Federal Credit Union, and a STAR grant

from the City of Saint Paul. Additional support has been generously given by local businesses including Dark Horse Bar & Eatery, the Pioneer Press, KTNF AM 950, Metro Transit, Artspace, 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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The ArtCar Parade is coming to the Art Crawl! For 23 years the Minnesota ArtCar Parade has been around, taking part in one show during the summer and one during the winter. It is the only ArtCar Parade on ICE in the world! For those who have never seen an ArtCar, it is a vehicle that has had its appearance modified as an act of personal artistic expression. The car is the canvas. Artists are generally self funded and many agree that creating and driving an ArtCar daily is its own reward. On Sunday, April 15th you can watch as the ArtCars make their way around each district of the Saint Paul Art Crawl.

visit www.MSPHomeTour.com in April 2018 for the list of locations The tour will be April 28-29, 2018

Sunrise Banks is proud to support the Saint Paul Art Crawl.

Beginning at Flat Earth Brewing, the cars will travel down 4th Street in Lowertown, pass by the ACVR Warehouse and Schmidt Artist Lofts, cruise down University passing several Raymond Station locations, before waving hello to the East Side Freedom Library and ending back at Flat Earth. Use the map at the end of this catalog to find a building and wave as the cars pass by. Thank you to all those who have turned their cars into works of art and are now sharing them with the Art Crawl. http://www.artcarparade.com https://www.facebook.com/ artcarparade

Find out how we are dif fe rent.

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Tips for an Amazing Crawl Whether you are new to the Crawl or have been attending for over 25 years, we have put together a list that will help you experience your best Art Crawl. The Saint Paul Art Crawl is a special event. It brings together hundreds of local artists with thousands of community members in 29 different locations throughout St. Paul Plan ahead Take a moment to plan your visit. Use the catalog to find artists, use the Art Crawl Guide to find events. With so many locations spanning across the entire city, it would be difficult if not impossible to visit each one. Use the catalog, map, and online directory to find a number of artists you are excited to see. The catalog and online directory will also tell you which buildings these artists are located in and is an excellent starting point to plan the building you go to first and other buildings that are nearby. The map at the end of this catalog will help you find each building. In addition to finding the artists you are excited to see, you may also want to find locations that have exciting events and performances during the weekend. Event listings can be found in our Art Crawl Guide and online at SaintPaulArtCrawl.org. Skip the hassle of parking, use Metro Transit instead The Art Crawl partners with Metro Transit to offer visitors free rides during Art Crawl hours. These passes can be downloaded from the website at SaintPaulArtCrawl.org. All of the participating buildings can be accessed with public transportation, several directly on the Metro Green Line! Visit a new building If you are a frequent Art Crawl visitor, this one is for you. If this is your first time, keep this one saved for your next visit. We are so excited to include new locations and new artists every season. This Fall 2017 season is the largest Fall Art Crawl to date! We encourage you to make it a point to visit one location

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you haven’t experience before. It just might add a new artist to those you follow on social media or discover a location you choose to return to during another Art Crawl. Talk with the artists about their artwork The Art Crawl is your opportunity to learn about the artists and their artwork. Many love to talk with visitors about their process, inspiration, and how their artwork makes you feel. This season, make it a point to learn something about the artwork made by each of the artists you encounter. Buy a Piece of Artwork This one is the most important. You could skip everything else but this step and still remember this season as your best. There is no way to cherish your Art Crawl experience better than to go home with a work of original art made by a local artist. Not only is this the best way to support artists, it allows you to remember your experience and share it with others each time you look at or talk about your purchase. At the end of the crawl, there may be artists and locations you did not make it to. Luckily, many return during each Art Crawl season and have additional events you can attend throughout the year. This catalog is not just your guide to the Art Crawl, it is you way to connect and reconnect with your favorite artists all year round! Thank you for your support of local art and artists. Have a happy crawl! Follow the Saint Paul Art Crawl! Facebook: Saint Paul Art Crawl Twitter: @SPACrawl Instagram: #saintpaulartcrawl


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Thank you for supporting the Art and Artists during this Saint Paul Art Crawl season! Join us next year to visit your favorite artists, meet new artists, buy more artwork, and experience that exciting events and performances during the 2018 seasons. Spring 2018 Art Crawl April 27, 28, and 29 Fall 2018 Art Crawl October 12, 13, and 14 Interested in participating in the Saint Paul Art Crawl? Register online in January and July. SaintPaulArtCrawl.org


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Michele Hays: Creating All Things Fun, Silly, and “Horrible” Written by Alexzan M. Richmond The Art Crawl features artists of all kinds and who work in countless media and styles. One of my favorite parts of the crawl is meeting the artists and hearing their stories. I was given the opportunity to do just that recently as I scheduled to interview Michele Hays. I was familiar with Michele’s artwork before I met her and, admittedly, was very curious about what to expect and what I would learn. Michele is the artist behind “My Horrible Dolls.” For those who have never seen these, they are refurbished dolls that could be described as “scary” or “creepy.” Michele herself states that people will refer to her as “The Creepy Doll Lady.” Michele is a very positive person who enjoys the fun, silly parts of life. She has only been

creating her “Horrible Dolls” for three years after designing one for a Halloween costume and deciding it was too fun to stop. When I asked about her decision to style her dolls the way she does her response was, simply, for the fun of it! She loves the reactions she receives whether the person loves them or is scared of them. The battery operated dolls are her favorite, taking on new “life” following her design process. Michele and I talked about what “message” she wanted to get out to the world. Quickly she responded, “Anyone can do this!” Still new to the art scene and still questioning whether she is or is not an artist, Michele is strong and sure in her belief that everyone has the ability to create something they love and present it to the world. Like her dolls, not everyone will love or understand what you create, but having fun, being silly, and expressing yourself is more important.

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Michele can be found at the Carleton Artist Lofts. Look for her mannequin, Lucy, who holds Michele’s signs and is always dressed for the occasion. Keep up with Michele and her available dolls at facebook.com/MyHorribleDolls.

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D Step 1: Well, Are You An Artist or Not? “It is not the world which calls me into being, but rather I who dictate the terms of my being to the wider world in which I am situated.”

— (Unknown)

Take a moment to reflect on the quote above. For many of us, we let the hustle and bustle of our everyday lives lead us to bumble around, back and forth, up and down, on and on and on and on. It is easy to feel lost. I, myself, have felt lost. Multiple times. In fact, I think I am still lost, but I am finding my way along. For those of you who have a bit of a creative knack for things, that creative endeavor often seems just a “side gig” of some sort—several half-completed paintings resting in the back corner of the closet, a piano being used as an alternative storage table, or the Nikon you purchased last winter that merely contains a couple photos of your cat. You have that one piece of artwork you are proud of, but the rest are just kinda “meh.” Moreover, you just really do not feel that you are good enough to call yourself an artist. But you do like art and you like making art. “Sometimes…I guess,” you say, with a shrug. Now, I am a bit of a pessimist (or maybe a realist if you want to go with the euphemisms, I suppose), so allow me to first get the following cleared up:

You are correct. Your art really is not good enough.

to share the work with. If you want to be an artist, you must first assert yourself as an artist.

However, your art is good enough for you to be an artist. Like in many other fields, there will always be people who are better than you at what you do, and as the cliché goes, you will always have room to do better. So, your abilities as an artist are not the problem. Whether or not you want to be an artist is the problem. There is no place in the art world to say that you “do art on the side” or that “art is really just a side thing for me.” I admit, I have been guilty of saying and thinking these things as well, but that is where I ran into problems defining myself and what I want and set out to do. The art world is too competitive for indecisiveness and inaction. Perhaps it is true that your actual career is something entirely different or you create artwork in your spare time. Yet, it is important to realize that even if you do actually “do art on the side,” you are fully creating art if you put in all of your efforts and produce quality work that means something to you in the name of art and to those you wish

To me, being an artist involves both taking ownership and performance. It is about the way you portray yourself while in the act, the way you perform for yourself and for your audience. The way you assert it for yourself, the way you take or grab ownership of it. For it is your work. But just mere creation is meaningless on its own. It is your work and you must take ownership over it and declare to the world that you created it and only you are capable of creating what you did. It is yours. And it is part of who you are…no…actually, it is who you are. And, that, is when you are an artist.

Stephanie Alicia Chen is a visual artist and designer, who studied through the University of Southern California’s Roski School of Art and Design. Stephanie is currently completing her final year at the University of Virginia School of Law. She aims to combine her legal skills and artistic passions to lead creative change into peoples’ lives. If you would like to learn more about her stories and inspirational thoughts, she may be reached at chena.stephanie@gmail.com. Her artwork may be found at www.stephaniealiciachen.com.

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Artists Listing by Medium Map

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AZ Gallery................................................43 * Center For Lost Objects........................54 Cocktail Arts!...........................................40 Dow Art Gallery and Picture Framing......57 East Side Freedom Library......................60 Eric Haugen Photography.......................49 Interact Center Visual Arts.......................56 Lowertown Lofts Artists Cooperative......41 * Lowertown UnderGround Artists..........42 Master Framers.......................................40 Minnesota Museum of American Art.......52 Minnesota State Arts Board....................42 * Nautilus Music-Theater.........................44 * Old Town Artists....................................53 Schmidt ARTS Pop Up Shop & Market...54 The Grand Hand Gallery..........................56 The Olive Branch Oil & Spice Co.............47 * The Resistance Movement...................47 The Show Gallery Lowertown.................47 Twin Cities PBS.......................................50 Upper Mississippi Academy....................56 Vandalia Glassworks...............................60 WARM (Women’s Art Resources of MN)......57

Alex Kuno...........................................27,45 Amee McDonald......................................44 Anchor 13 Studio.....................................50 Art Wrx by Dyne.................................30,46 Daniel Rosas...........................................62 * Eggs by OCK........................................56 Emilie Henthorne.....................................40 Henry Walton Industrial Steamworks....19,61 Jamie Lang..............................................57 Jane Ellison, Textile Artist........................43 Jeff Ambroz........................................38,52 Jeremy Downie........................................47 JobyLynn Sassily-James/Gypsy Wagon.....45 John Ilg............................................5,13,53 uan Parker Artist/Illustrator......................48 Kayte Norini.............................................56 * Kristi Abbott..........................................41 Liz Carlson...............................................41 Madcapzest.............................................59 Manny Bratzel....................................11,44 Monica Vega............................................62 Nancy Raeburn...................................13,53 Nickerson Studio.....................................57 Pacha Galaviz Contreras.........................62 Pamela Kirton Illustration........................51 Robyn Beth Priestley...............................62 Roots and Feathers Art......................35,57 Sarah Stengle..........................................40 Sean McLaughlin.....................................46 Spilt Milk Arts..........................................49 Stephanie Alicia Chen........................49,96

Gaylord Schanilec..............................25,41 Linda Morganstein...................................49 * Sharon Christensen...............................54 Ceramics/Clay Lisa Mathieson........................................49 Osbaldo Castillo......................................62 Angie Renee.......................................21,61 BugFlowerArt...........................................50 Chris Singewald Pottery..........................61 Claire O’Connor Pottery..........................61 Clay by DebraKaye..................................51 FreeStyle Forms, Lucy V. Yogerst............49 Fringe and Fettle Ceramics................13,55 Grey Cloud Pottery-Joan Miller...............51 Kevin F. Caufield......................................58 Little Coyote Lake Pottery.......................41 Matt Dooley.............................................46 Mitch Iburg Ceramics.........................17,46 Mudslinger Pottery..................................50 Patty Rau............................................31,40 Peter Jadoonath Pottery.........................61 Pig’s Eye Pottery.....................................58 Teesdale Studios.....................................50 Zoë Powell Ceramics...........................5,46 Craft Growing Blue Flowers.............................51 Robin Stryker...........................................52 Drawing DWITT......................................................61 Mateo Silva..............................................62 Meridith Graham......................................54 Michael Stetzler.......................................45 Ron Hoffman...........................................46 Salón México......................................21,62 Tired and Terrible Illustrations.................59 Xicintli Quiroz...........................................62 Fiber Annie Zimbel............................................57 Isyoma Design.........................................47 JHDesigns Judy Hornbacher..................59 JoDee Schumer.......................................54 KMKDesigns............................................59 Luce Quilts..............................................51 Megz Burton............................................56 Patti Pease Johnson...............................54 * STITCHESbycarin.................................55 98

Glass Bryce Borkhuis........................................60 Josephine A Geiger.................................62 The Weagel Works...................................60 Jewelry Amy Sabatier Designs.............................60 AnJartica..............................................5,48 Anni P Designs........................................47 Beeswing.................................................56 Bijoux by Cindylou..................................50 Cassandra Nickell & Nathan Rios...........61 David Hara...............................................40 Dottir Jewelry..........................................41 EverArt Designs..................................31,42 Everthine Jewelry....................................45 FuriousFunJewelry..................................52 Gothic Allure............................................54 Gypsy Heart Jewelry...............................51 Lena Vdakes............................................48 Lucero Jewelry........................................47 Marisa Martinez Jewelry..........................60 Marti Johnson.....................................21,62 Melinda Wolff...........................................44 Scarlet A Design by Amanda Kopplin.....60 Sue Swanson - Purple Apple Arts...........61 Things by Nicole......................................52 Tova Beads..............................................50 Wildarabesque........................................52

Music April Joy Hanson.....................................41 * Ms. Wendy’s Violin Flash Mob..............41 * Richard Hagemann...............................55 Other Art by Cordova/Julian Cordova...............48 Chelonidae Artistry - Tara Merkt..............47 Chocolate Skinnies..................................50 Cult Barn Press.......................................45 Dean Urevig Art.......................................49 Deborah Martin - Lucid Creations...........61 Esai Luna.................................................48 Essence One - Lauren VanScoy..............48 Illusive Vector Designs............................52 Jean Wright.............................................41 Juliana Thrall...........................................46 Kenna Marie Creative..............................51 Mary Jane Mansfield...............................50 My Horrible Dolls.....................................56 Reiki Laughter.........................................57 Serena Asta.............................................42

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Tarot Readings by Ruth Lund..................47 Tim Monsters!..........................................59 William G. Franklin..............................29,42 Painting A.K. Hed Vincent.....................................57 Aimy Stemig............................................52 Amber McDowell................................31,47 Andrew Rasmussen................................55 Ann Popadiuk Larson..............................53 Ardis Borgh Hafdahl................................53 Barbara Evan...........................................43 Becky L Amble........................................50 Beth Stoneberg.......................................52 Carol Strait..............................................47 Carol Swan..............................................58 Caroline M. Mecklin............................26,43 CeCeile Hartleib - Gemini Studio............53 Chad Hambright......................................45 Charlie Marie...................................5,37,53 Chris Shockley........................................50 Christian Ybarra.......................................50 Courtney Joy Duzan................................54 David Bratzel............................................... DBeezDesigns....................................13,54 DeAnne L Parks...............................5,33,59 Denise Minkler Marych............................58 Dillon........................................................60 Don Dickinson....................................32,58 Elzbieta Kondratowicz Pawlowska..........49 Emmanuel Sierra................................20,62 Erik Pearson............................................59 Gayle Olson.............................................51 Gerry Heroff Art.......................................52 Greta Sandquist.................................14,59 H. Leigh..............................................22,49 Jeannie May.........................................4,40 Jeffrey B. Hankinson...............................49 Jeffrey Hansen Visual Artist................25,48 Jennifer Maroney.....................................40 Jenny Perona...........................................49 Jerri Jo Brandt......................................5,46 Jessica McKeever...................................48 Jill Lynne Ness.........................................51 John Vieno...............................................60 Judith Visker............................................58 Justin Terlecki..........................................42 Kari Maxwell.........................................9,42 Kate Pearce Paintings..........................5,62 Kathleen Finken...............................5,23,52 Kimberly Christenson..............................52 Kristin Kane.............................................46 L Papalamaitcalli Meza............................62 Lady Sharyn............................................45 Lanny Ross..............................................60 Leah Fargo..............................................55 Liz Lang...................................................57

Loulure.....................................................51 Marcia Söderman, MFA...........................58 Mark Hakomaki Studio.......................12,53 Marla Gamble Custom Designs..............41 Mary Frances Judge...........................36,55 MaryBeth Garrigan..................................55 Mat Van Tassell........................................54 Matthew G.G. Holm.................................59 Matthew Rucker.................................11,44 MD Wodnick.......................................25,40 Michael Daly Watercolors........................45 Michael Schmidt...................................8,44 Nancy Stephani.......................................44 Neil Johnston..........................................44 Nelson Patrick Cain.................................56 Neya........................................................42 Patrick Augustine....................................58 Patty Paulus............................................57 Philip Alexander Carlton..........................60 Planet Giggles.........................................51 Ralph J. Ryan..........................................51 Richard Abraham................................11,45 Richard Stryker........................................52 Rick Pirtle................................................54 Ruthie Krech............................................48 Sammi Anne............................................50 Sara J. Leadholm....................................41 Sarah Lund Art...................................25,50 SK Hammond Artist.................................43 T.L. Anderson Art.....................................51 Ta-coumba-Tahua Studio...................24,41 Taylor J Winder........................................42 Terry Kayser-Gemini Studio.....................53 The Studio Project...................................57 Todd Peterson.........................................43 Tom McGregor.........................................46 Tracie Thompson................................21,61 Wendy Mccarty.......................................59 Xica Indio.................................................62 Yijia Li......................................................41 Performance * judit neilsdottir.......................................41 Kala Vandanam Dance Co. (S. Sairam)...45 Kalpulli Yaocenoxtli............................18,62 * Sendero Flamenco................................43 Photography Alexander Just.........................................59 Amoreina Espinosa..................................61 Artsy Images Fine Art Photography........60 Becqi Sherman........................................55 Ben R Cooper Photography....................47 Bernie Saunders......................................50 Casey Carlson.........................................40 Charles Hezsely Photography.........5,23,51

Chellie Bock Studios...............................46 Cheryl’s Art Photography........................50 Craig Thiesen..........................................44 Dave Enblom/Aesthetics Incorporated...40 Elaine Walsh Photography......................40 Ernesto Ruiz Photography.................27,51 Heather Matson.......................................46 Jeff Schad Imagery.................................48 Jeremy Jordan Photography..............15,58 Joe Linn Photography.............................44 John Matsunaga......................................61 Kristin Prideaux.......................................48 Larry LaBonté..........................................52 Laurel Draine......................................31,48 Micah Norberg Photography...................51 Michael Hussey.......................................56 Patrick McCutchan..................................42 Paul Winger Photography.......................48 Rachel’s Photos..................................16,51 Regina M Flanagan.................................44 Rosa Strandemo.....................................55 Sober and the New Cool.........................47 Stephen Workman..............................27,45 Steve Tetrick.......................................10,49 Terry Hastings..........................................55 Tim Renken........................................11,43 Tom Dunn Photography.....................28,44 Tom Reynen.............................................44 vaughanImage.........................................48 Printmaking Linda Snouffer,Botanical Printmaker.......58 Malcolm Myers........................................53 Tom Helmberger.................................23,42 Sculpture Caprice Glaser....................................27,43 Cecilia Schiller.........................................53 Guillermo Guardia...................................54 KRL metals | Kelly Ludeking....................55 * The Museum of Paleo-Osteological.......... Interpretation......................................23,44 Zahnworks Studio..............................34,60 Wood John Henry Woodworks..........................59 Larry Solarz.............................................51 Mary Allen................................................53 Studio 24 Guitars....................................45 Todd Rhoades.........................................47

* indicates an event/performance art. Please see Guide for times and details or visit SaintPaulArtCrawl.org

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EAST SIDE 26  Flat Earth Brewing (688 Minnehaha Ave. E.) 27 J.A. Geiger Studio (1647 Beech St.) 28  Indigenous Roots Cultural Center (788 E. 7th St.) 29  East Side Freedom Library (1105 Greenbriar St.)

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DOWNTOWN 13  Rossmor Building (500 N. Robert St.) 14  Minnesota Museum of American Art (141 E. 4th St.)

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