Oct. 10, 11 & 12, 2014 StPaulArtCrawl.org

Tom Reynen, New Day in Lowertown
Oct. 10, 11 & 12, 2014
Fri. 6–10 pm Sat. 12–8 pm Sun. 12–5 pm
Catalog Design: Ann Popadiuk Larson
Hundreds of artists and galleries. Thousands of visitors. In Lowertown and throughout Saint Paul.
StPaulArtCrawl.org
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ON THE COVER: “New Day in Lowertown” by Tom Reynen
Tom Reynen is a photographer living in Shoreview after growing up in St. Paul and attending St. Agnes High School and the
College of St. Thomas. He is one of 10 members of the AZ Gallery, an artists’ co-op in Lowertown, where his work is on display.
Tom is on the boards of Gallery 96, a non-profits organization which promotes the arts in the northern St. Paul suburbs, and
The Show, which provides opportunities for artists with disabilities to display and sell their work. He is a member of the Twin
Cities Photography Group and has taught classes there. He is also currently vice-president of the St. Paul Art Collective.
Special Thanks to
Grants
Bush Foundation Community
Innovation Grant
City of St. Paul STAR Grant
Metropolitan Regional
Arts Council
Springboard for the Arts Knight Greenline Challenge
Benefactors ($1000+)
Metro Transit
Rayette Lofts
Schmidt Artist Lofts/Dominium
Twin Cities Pioneer Press
Patrons ($500+)
262 Studios Community Galleries
Artist Mercantile
AZ Gallery
Flow Art Space
Golden’s Deli Market
Grand Hill Gallery
Lowertown Entertainment Dist.
Springboard for the Arts
The Grand Hand Gallery
Three Sisters Eclectic Arts
Tilsner Artists Lofts
Tin Whiskers Brewing Co.
Union Depot
Wet Paint
Supporters ($250+)
AVCR Warehouse
Black Dog Cafe & Wine Bar
Blick Art Materials
Cedar Printing
Kellys Depot Bar & Grill
Landmark Center
Lowertown Lofts Artist Co-op
Master Framers
Minnesota Museum of American
Art Project Space
Minnesota State Arts Board
Mississippi Market
Revival Wine Beer and Spirits
Saint Paul Public Library
Saint Paul Saints
St. Paul Athletic Club
The Boen Law Office
The Penfield
The Tilsner Artists Lofts
Friends ($100+)
Attic Artists
Back Alley Gallery
Bedlam Lowertown
Caufield Clay Works
Lower Town Artist Collective
Nautilus Music-Theater
The FrameWorks
Zeitgeist’s/Studio Z
ZipCar
Volunteers
Allison Smith Steffenhagen
Andrew Gaylord
Angie Raschio
Ann Larson
Armando Gutiérrez G.
Kjiersten Kinney
Lillian Hemmelgarn
Linda Snouffer
Lorraine Ivy
Lucas Koski
Marie Peglow
Marla Gamble
Musa Vadnais
Nick Nelson
Nora Targonski-O’Brien
Pamela Krueger
Pamela Yates
Patrick Clancy
Pratik Singh
Rachel Wacker
Rene Ellis
Ruth Lund
Rashelle Brown
Tara Weatherly
Tom Dunn
Tom McGregor
Tom Reynen
Tony Akehurst
Winna Bernard
Art Crawl Director
Tabitha Benci DeRango
Thank You
This event is brought to you by the artists of the St. Paul
Art Collective with support from the members of the St.
Paul Art Collective Board and a community of volunteers
who donate their time and talent. The St. Paul Art Collective would like to thank the artists who open their doors
and the volunteers who coordinate the event including
the crawl committee members, building organizers,
greeters, and street team.
This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota
through grants from the Minnesota State Arts Board and
the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, thanks to legislative appropriation for the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
St. Paul Art Collective Board Members
Officers:
President - Tom Dunn
Vice President - Tom Reynen
Treasurer - Rene Ellis
Secretary - David Evans
Annie Tyme
Anya Udovik
Barbara Evan
Beth Stoneberg
Cami Applequist
CeCeile Hartleib
Chris Emblom
Claire O’Connor
Claudia Stack-Kremer
Coco Applequist
Craig Thiesen
Chris Scott
Deneen Gannon
Doug Nielsen
Elena DeVera
Eric Carranza
Hogan Hemmelgarn
Jennifer Bisch
Jennifer Dorris
Jeremi Hanson
Jessica Fox
Josephine Geiger
Joshua Murray
Kara Hendershot
Kathy DeFoe
Kelly Power
Kevan Willington
Members at Large:
Winna Bernard
Richard Easton
Sharon Hanson
Kara Hendershot
Bill Hosko
Patrick McCutchan
Gretchen Prater
The Fall 2014 Saint Paul Art Crawl is funded and sponsored in part by a STAR grant from the City of Saint Paul,
Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, Minnesota State
Arts Board: Knight Greenline Challenge, The Bush Foundation, The Clean Water Land & Legacy Amendment,
Pioneer Press, Metro Transit, Wet Paint, Union Depot,
the Lowertown Entertainment District and Art Space
Projects and others.
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MAP.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
A Brief History of the St. Paul Art Crawl -
Andrew Gaylord ...................................................6
What would you like to see in Lowertown? Feasibility Study ................................................8
Lowertown & Downtown
262 Studios (262 E. 4th St.). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
ACVR Warehouse (106 Water St.). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Artist Mercantile (24 W. 7th Place).. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Bedlam Lowertown (213 E. 4th St.).. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Crane Ordway (281 E. 5th St.). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Jax Building (253 E. 4th St.). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Lowertown Commons (300 E. 4th St.). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Lowertown Lofts Apartments (240 E. 5th St.).. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Lowertown Lofts Artists’ Co-op (255 E. Kellogg Blvd., Alley Entrance). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Northern Warehouse Artists’ Co-op (308 Prince St.). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Northwestern Building (275 E. 4th St.).. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Park Square Court (400 Sibley St.). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Pioneer Endicott Building (4th and Robert St.). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Rossmor Building (500 N. Robert St.). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Saint Paul Public Library (90 W. 4th St.). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Tilsner Artist Lofts (300 Broadway St.). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Saint Paul
Carleton Place Lofts (2285 University Av.).. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Dow Building (2242 University Av.). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Footprints Art Studio (1887 Grand Av.). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Grand Hill Gallery (333 Grand Av.). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
J.A. Geiger Studio (1647 Beech St.). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Jack-in-the-Pulpit Studio (1014 Burgess St.). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Mim’s Photography / Artist Co-op (1746 Grand Av.). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Schmidt Artist Lofts - Bottlehouse (882 7th St. W.).. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Schmidt Artist Lofts - Brewhouse (882 7th St. W.). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
The Grand Hand Gallery (619 Grand Ave.).. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
The St. Paul Art Crawl Needs You (Yes, You!). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Volunteer Showcase. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Alphabetical Artist Listing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Juror bios . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
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A Brief
History
of the
St. Paul
Art Crawl
by Andrew Gaylord
The artists who comprise the St. Paul Art Collective were living in
Lowertown buildings since the late 1960s. The Rossmor, the Finch,
262 and 300 Broadway were well known for housing artists even though
all of these buildings were not legal residences. Some of them did not
even have heat in the Winter.
The artists of Lowertown got organized in 1977, and they created
the St. Paul Art Collective (SPAC). SPAC became known early on for
creating site-specific art installations around St. Paul. Memorable
shows include the Union Depot in December 1977 and the Landmark
Center show In Situ in the Summer of 1979.
SPAC grew in the early 1980’s as more artists sought studios in
Lowertown. In 1982 the artists of SPAC held a town meeting at 300
Broadway (now Lowertown Commons) in which they asked the
questions: “What do we want?” and “What can we do to make it
happen?” Three answers emerged, and three committees took shape
that would individually lead to the first art gallery in Lowertown (The
Wall St. Gallery), the first Lowertown arts magazine (Vinyl), and the
first artist-owned residence in Lowertown (The Lowertown Lofts).
After the Lowertown Lofts opened in 1985, the St. Paul Lowertown
neighborhood grew rapidly and began to thrive as an arts district.
New apartment buildings opened in which artists could work and
live all year round. Although buildings in the neighborhood had been
holding open houses since the late 70’s, SPAC began to organize a
neighborhood-wide open house called The Art Crawl in 1991 that was
run by and for the artists. Today, nearly 25 years later, the Saint Paul
Art Crawl remains a grassroots event, organized and executed by
participating artists.
The first official Art Crawl poster was printed in 1992, and SPAC
sponsored the first Art Crawl Poster Contest in 1993. In the mid-aughts,
the Art Crawl expanded to include venues in the Midway, Grand Hill,
Eastside and West side neighborhoods of St. Paul. The Crawl has
grown and increased in popularity, now regularly attracting more
than 300 participating artists and 20,000 guests over the course of
one weekend.
The Saint Paul Art Crawl has contributed significantly to the quality and
culture of St. Paul and Minneapolis, and it was the first recipient of the
Mayoral Arts, Culture and Entertainment (ACE) Award in 2005.
Andrew Gaylord is the playwright and director for PlaceBase Productions.
Since 2008 he has directed 20 one-act plays and four Shakespeare plays with
high school students, and he has written and directed four plays with PlaceBase
productions. Andrew resides in a live-work studio in Lowertown and volunteers
on the Art Crawl PR Committee.
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What Would You
Like to See in Lowertown?
business, entertainment venues and art spaces
in the neighborhood.
Late last year the Saint Paul Art Collective
(SPAC) received a Community Innovation Grant
from the Bush Foundation. The purpose of this
grant was to complete a study of the feasibility
of creating an Arts Center in Lowertown and
determine the level of interest and requirements
for establishing a formal Arts District Designation for the Lowertown neighborhood.
In the next phase of our study, we will be diving
deeper into this “Hub and Spokes” art center
model. The task will be to determine whether
this model would indeed be the best fit and
if so, what services would be most useful to
artists and the greater community whether it
be classes, artist work space or more open
exhibitions. We have put together an online
survey to help answer some of these questions
and we would like you to take it and give us
your thoughts on what you would like to see in
Lowertown. We also need your help by spreading this message as far and wide as possible to
others that have an interest in the future of the
arts in Lowertown. To access the survey go to
www.stpaulartcollective.org.
We have been actively collecting feedback from
the Lowertown community through a series of
open stakeholder meetings with Lowertown
residents, artists, business owners, and civic
leaders. The most compelling theme to emerge
from the discussions was the need for the
centralization of arts information, and a way
for artists and local businesses to collaborate
in the promotion of Lowertown as a cultural
destination. Many envisioned a physical center
which would be a flexible, mixed use, artcentric gathering space that would also direct
visitors to the wide variety of currently existing
If you have any questions, or would like further
information as we advance on the study, please
email: [email protected]
Lowertown First Fridays are like an Art Crawl year round
If you enjoy coming to Lowertown in the spring and fall for our Art Crawls,
we want to remind you that we have smaller version of the Art Crawl on
the first Friday of each month. This event is centered in Lowertown and
is held from 6 to 9 pm. It is a great chance for you to visit a variety of studios and galleries and
have a chance to talk with the artists, as well as have dinner or drinks at one of the neighborhood’s
fine establishments.
You can check each month for the current events on www.facebook.com/LowertownFirstFriday
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Lowertown & Downtown
262 Studios (262 E. 4th St.)
Alex Kuno
Apocalyptic, satirical
fairy tales
102 Master Framers
Handcrafted picture frames, art and frame
restoration and gilding
[email protected] 651-291-8820
masterframers.com
Ken Johnson Paintings, works on paper
David Hara Copper and Beaded Jewelry
CL Martin Graphite drawings, prints
Patty Rau Celtic Functional Pottery
Sarah Stengle
Artful Toad Fine Art Photo Prints
Winners, losers &
strange toys
203 Brian Nagel Art
Original Images.
[email protected]
651-485-0514
briannagelart.com
Admanda Kobilka Fiber art / Electronic music
Zig Schuessler Drawings on paper
Aesthetics Incorporated Conceptual &
photographic work
LL2 Back Alley Gallery
Functional Pottery, Ceramic Fish and guest artists
[email protected] piscesceramics.etsy.com
Brad Milller Photography
Robert Brocken
ACVR Warehouse
Ceramic Fish
(106 Water St.)
4th Floor Jodie Ahern
Paintings, drawings, prints
[email protected]
612-227-7111
www.jodieahern.com
Tom Abel Ceramics
Nathan Obrien Invisible Statues
4th Floor Michael Bellotti Fine Art
Dane Hodges Ceramics
Oil Painting
[email protected]
612-202-3269 www.bellottiart.com
LL- 3rd Floor Hallways
262 Studios Community Galleries
4th Floor CeCeile Hartleib
The 262 (est. 1975) is one of Lowertown’s most
active art buildings.
[email protected]
Facebook.com/262studios
Landscape, Portrait, Still Life
[email protected]
651-592-1877
www.ceceile.com
Justin Terlecki Acrylic & oil paintings
Jennie Wood Oil paintings & paper mosaics
4th Floor Joe Hendershot
Dolan Cyr
Photography: Encaustic and B&W
[email protected]
Mixed media figure drawings
4th Floor Terry Kayser
Paintings in pastel, oil,
watercolor
[email protected]
651-647-6078
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ACVR Warehouse (106 Water St.)
Bedlam Lowertown
cont.
(213 E. 4th St.)
4th Floor Marlene Tupy
Bedlam Lowertown is a nonprofit arts
organization and live performance venue
[email protected] 718-316-7491
www.bedlamtheatre.org
4th Floor Wun Good Turn
Woodturning, Wine-hats, bowls, etc.
[email protected] 612-223-2631
www.facebook.com/wungoodturn
306 DeAnne L Parks
paintings on joy, hope
& community
[email protected]
612-616-5040
www.artdeanne.com
Joan Miller Pottery
Alex Glass Jewelry
Bedlam Lowertown
Photography, drawings, encaustic.
[email protected]
Deb James Mixed Media
Tricia Stout
Stained Glass
308 Art Wrx by Dyne
Lg contemporary paintings-cool furniture
[email protected] 651-235-4200
www.dynesimon.com
Crane Ordway
(281 E. 5th St.)
Use side entrance on Wall St.
6th Floor Eyefull Studios Photography
Portrait, Event, Travel Photography
[email protected] 952-210-4558
www.eyefullstudiosphotography.com
Lowertown Artist Collective
Art - useful and decorative by noted new and
returning artists
[email protected] 612-281-5049
6th Floor Dakota Hoska
Drawing and painting
[email protected]
612-250-1148
www.dakotahoska.com
310 Wendi Ward of Practical Goods
Terra Rathai Photography
Cold-fabricated beaded Jewelry
651-690-1122
Marion Adcock Botanical Art drawings
Alexandra Crosby
402 Greta Sandquist
Painting
Acrylic painting &
hand made jewelry
[email protected]
651-246-6582
www.facebook.com/
GretaSandquist
Becky Amble Fused glass, painting
Cory Clemelson Pottery
Elizabeth Coleman Porcelain ornaments,
jewelry, tiles
6th Floor
Susan Mikutowski
Visual Arts
Danielle Cheri Jewelry, painted shoes, author
Jan Geisen Jewelry, photography
Jason Kaping Pottery
Abstract, expressionistic
painting [email protected] 612-695-1613
Mary Ann Morgan Watercolor, acrylic
fused glass
Claire O’Connor Pottery
Artists Mercantile
Chris Scott Pottery
(24 W. 7th Place)
Susan Swanson Jewelry Purple Apple Arts
Artist Mercantile
TC Largaespada Borosilicate glass
Featuring rural landscapes by Jamie Solberg
plus work by over 60 artists.
[email protected] 651-222-0053
www.artistmerc.com
Jax Building (253 E. 4th St.)
Jamie Lauler Solberg Oil paintings
Three Sisters Eclectic Arts
Art gallery, gift shop & classes featuring over
100 Minnesota artists
[email protected]
651-222-6052 threesisterseclecticarts.com
Anna Greenman Cards, mug cozies,frames, etc.
Robin Urgo Greeting cards
Trisha Myers Coasters
Emily Arksey Jewelry
Mari Zambrano Jewelry
Julie Keller
Fused Glass
405 Caprice Glaser
Paintings, Mobiles, Sculpture
[email protected] 651-587-5898
www.capriceglaser.com, 8blockrule.com
Winna Bernard
“The Show”
Various artists
407B Nicholas Kremske
Bethany Thompson Jewelry
Photography and Mixed Media
[email protected]
612-812-3256
www.nicholaskremske.com
201 Caroline Mecklin
Contemporary Figure Artist
[email protected]
317-252-5816
www.mecklinart.com
410 Barbara Evan
Paintings Oil pastels
Prints Cards
[email protected]
651-765-8071
www.mnartists.org/
Barbara_Evan
208 Sarah French
historical/modern clothing design
www.sarahfrench.net
300 David Wells Art
Abstract mixed media acrylic & ink
[email protected] 651-248-8629
www.davidwellsart.com
411 DWITT Art
Illustration, Comic Books & pickles
[email protected]
www.DWITT.com
301 Kristin C. Kane
Vivid Visionary Watercolors
[email protected] 651-210-7405
www.kristinkane.com
411 Jephemera: Jeff Nelson Illustration
Maps. Chalk. Meatballs.
[email protected] 651-785-5812
www.jephemera.com
305 John Ilg
Robin Edgerton Painting
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Everything and more
[email protected]
www.mnartists.org/john_ilg
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Jax Building (253 E. 4th St.)
Lowertown Lofts Apts.
cont.
(240 E. 5th St.) Lobby
502 Studio Sendero
Chris Shockley
music & dance studio feat.
flamenco
[email protected]
612-203-6188
www.studio-sendero.com
Paintings/Mixed Media
[email protected] 651-492-8836
[email protected]
Creative Art Works by Patty & Winna
Fabric Art, Claywork and Paintings
503 Laurie Kigner, Dead Arm Productions
405 Lizzie Wortham Studio
Todd Peterson Painting in various mediums
Contemporary Figurative Painting
[email protected] 612-402-6442
www.lizzie-wortham.com
Robyn Priestly Painting and printmaking
Tom Reynen Photographer
406 made by kristi
Brendan Rohde Painter
Collage/Mixed media
[email protected]
612-991-9023
www.madebykristi.com
Beth Stoneberg Abstract designs in wood
AZ Gallery Jessie McNally
Mixed Media/ Assemblage
[email protected]
www.jessiemcnally.com
Girl Creations
Nature based painting, drawing, weaving
[email protected] 612-961-9338
www.lauriekigner.com
Unique vintage recycled art
[email protected]
Lowertown Lofts Artists’
Co-op (255 E. Kellogg Blvd.) Alley Entrance
Lowertown Commons
(300 E. 4th St.) Lobby
501 Two Artists
Arts Sessions for Kids
[email protected]
www.twoartists.org
3rd Floor William G. Franklin
Video art.
[email protected] 612-298-2645
www.williamgfranklin.com
Howard Gitelson, So. Highwood Photo
St. Paul, Northern Minn. Photographs
[email protected] 651-592-2085
www.HowardGitelson.com
3rd Floor Marla Gamble Custom Designs
Hand built and thrown ceramics
[email protected] 651-755-4408
One-of-a-kind jewelry and paintings
[email protected] 651-224-6711
www.lowertownlofts.org
Crowning Glory Symbols
3rd Floor Kelly Malcore-Plesha
Bruce Stipe
Oil Painting and Printmaking
[email protected] 920-919-8073
Contemporary Symbols for Health
[email protected] 612-599-2413
305 Roxanne Richards
Elaine Walsh Photography
pastel paintings
[email protected]
www.roxannerichardsart.com/
Landscape and cityscape
photography
[email protected]
651-235-7435
AZ Gallery Todd Peterson
Artwork to make you smile
and think
www.toddsartsite.com
507 Krumpelmann Studios
Stained Glass Panels
and Lamps
[email protected]
651-332-1421
www.krumpelmann.com
AZ Gallery Tom Reynen
Photography - cards, prints, & more
[email protected] 651-787-0463
www.redbubble.com/people/tommyrey
509 Sprite Creations
160 Amy Cerny Vasterling
Mixed media art,photos,Fairy Finery
[email protected]
www.spritecreations.com
Mixed Media Oil & Ink on canvas
[email protected] 612-791-3001
www.amycernyvasterling.com
510 Cami Applequist
190 Nautilus Music-Theater
torn paper collage - mostly chickens
[email protected]
www.camiapplequist.com
Nautilus develops and produces new operas
and other forms of music-theater.
[email protected] 651-298-9913
305 Patrick Clancy
Photography
Studio/Landscape
Photographer
[email protected]
612-703-0657 www.patrickclancy.com
Don Biehn
Oil Painter
[email protected] 651-645-2234
www.mnartists.org/donald_biehn
308 Liz Carlson Arts & Illustration
Claudia Stack-Kremer
Collage/Mixed media
[email protected]
www.facebook.com/LizCarlsonArtsandIllustration
Cityscapes: originals-prints-cards
[email protected]
www.claudiastack.com
308 Tim Jennen
Sara J. Leadholm
Selected Freeze Frame Drawings
[email protected]
www.facebook.com/tim.jennen
Landscapes
www.sleadholm.com
Artisan jewelry and
ornamental art
[email protected]
Northern Warehouse
Artists’ Co-op (308 Prince St.)
130 - AZ Gallery
An artists’ cooperative and gift shop
with art from 20 local artists
[email protected] 651-224-3757
www.theazgallery.org
206 Linda Snouffer
Botanical Printmaker
Hand-printed botanical ink images
[email protected]
651-528-3987
facebook.com/lindasnouffer
botanicalprintmaker
Amy Clark Painter
Derek Davis Plein air painter
210 Regina M Flanagan
Photography: BWCAW
Pagami Fire Area
[email protected]
651-587-0447
reginaflanagan.tumblr.com
DC Ice Painter
Chris LaFontaine Photographer
Jessie McNally Painting,sculpting,assemblage
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206 Linda Seebauer
Hansen Designs
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411 Maya Rose
Northern Warehouse
Artists’ Co-op (308 Prince St.) cont.
Paintings, collage, art dolls
[email protected] 651-717-5410
www.mayaroseart.com
210 Craig Thiesen
Hand colored Landscape photographs
[email protected]
www.craigthiesen.com
416 Orion Dante Rose
222 Michael Bahl
419 Stacey Becklund
226 Flow Art Space
Oil paintings
[email protected]
651-315-9207
242 Tom Dunn
Photography
510 Richard Abraham Painting Studio
oil, acrylic, spray paint, & poetry
[email protected]
Paleo-osteological Interpretation
[email protected] 651 552-9496
www.mnartists.org/michael_bahl
International & Art Photography
[email protected] 651-644-2817
420 Sharon Diederrichs
Presenting local and national artists
working in a range of media
[email protected] 612-564-3569
www.flowartspace.com
Oil Paintings
[email protected] 651-295-0458
www.richardabraham.com
[email protected]
651-368-2047
www.tomdunnphoto.com
514 Mattie Ernst
311 Katie Kiesow
Apparel, Accessories & Costuming
[email protected]
www.mattieernst.com
Photography
311 Jason Stahl
Photography
516 Kara Hendershot
erotica and fetish
photography
[email protected]
651-249-4422 www.jasonstahl.com/
Figure narrative
abstract paintings
[email protected]
612-226-5982
www.karahendershot.com
314 PJ Designs
6th Floor Nicole Brending
Apparel & Accessories
[email protected] 952-452-6117
Film, Video, Nudes, Photography
317 Nordikgirl
610 Angie’s Hats
Acrylic on canvas, graphite prints
[email protected]
www.nordikgirl.com
Custom Handmade
Millinery Creations
[email protected]
651-208-4442
www.angieshats.com
319 Chad Hambright
Mixed media
[email protected]
facebook.com/RockwellAllnight
611 Workman Studio 611
Encaustics, prints, workshops
[email protected]
913-426-3460
www.workmanstudio611.com
410 Rene Ellis Studio
Fine Arts, Fused Glass,
Photography
[email protected]
651-485-0760
www.reneellis.com
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Northwestern Building
Park Square Court
(275 E. 4th St.)
(400 Sibley St.)
470 Ann Popadiuk Larson
Minnesota State Arts Board
Paintings in oil - mixed media
[email protected] 612-998-4667
mnartists.org/Ann_Popadiuk_Larson
Over 40 photographers who have
received Arts Board grants will
be featured
[email protected]
651-215-1600
www.arts.state.mn.us
700 Rashelle Brown
Photography
[email protected]
www.rbrownphotography.com
Pioneer Endicott Building
700 Laura Toth
(4th and Robert St.)
Urban Acrylic and Oil Paintings
[email protected]
www.TothArt.com
MMAA Project Space
Sip-and-sketch with Saint Paul Art Crawl
Mark Granlund
[email protected] 651-797-2571
www.mmaa.org
705 Jerri Jo Brandt
Oil Paintings
[email protected]
952-484-1959
www.jerrijo.blogspot.com
Rossmor Building
(500 N. Robert St.)
705 Tom McGregor
Urban and rural
landscapes in oil
[email protected]
651-983-0881
www.mcgregorart.com
2nd Floor Hall Attic Artists
800 Terri Cermak
Connie Keithahn Watermedia, Batiks on paper
Water media original paintings, batiks, notecards,
landscapes, florals
[email protected] 651-774-2677
cardartstudios.com
Beaded stack bracelets
Carol Lowe Water media
800 Todd Rhoades
Carol Rodriguez Acrylic, water media
Contemporary turned wooden bowls
[email protected] 612-998-5696
www.finewoodenbowls.com
Sumitra Wanduragala Water media
850E Jeremy Downie
LouAnn Hoppe Water media
collage/mixed media,
oil & acrylic
[email protected]
www.jeremydownie.com/
Carol Bender Water media
2nd Floor Hall Gerry Heroff
Abstract Mix Media on canvas
[email protected] 651-227-9595
www.mnartists.org/gerry_heroff
2nd Floor Hall NewLife Creations
Photos, landscapes, abstracts, mix
907-301-2052
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2nd Floor Hall James Powell Art
5th Floor Hall Susie by Design
Comic, cartoons, cool/geeky stuff
[email protected]
www.jamespowellart.com
Mixed media/Multicultural pieces
[email protected] 612-770-7778
514 Capital b Printing
2nd Floor Hall Melinda Wolff
Screen Printed Goods
[email protected]
capitalbprinting.com
Abstract views of nature
[email protected] 651-245-8378
www.melindawolff.com
2nd Floor Hall Wolff Woodworks
Creative woodworking
[email protected] 612-239-5356
www.wolffwoodworks.com
6th Floor Hall
Charles Hezsely Photography
Commercial, Event & Art Photography
[email protected]
651-270-9064
charleshezselyphotography.com
212 Kimberly Christenson evla pottery
6th Floor Hall Jeramy Jensen
Abstract painting and evla pottery
[email protected] 612-812-5706
www.evlapottery.com
Hand painted ethereal landscapes
[email protected]
651-402-1745
www.jensenportraits.com
4th Floor Hall T.L. Anderson Art
Paintings/scratchboard/encaustic
[email protected] 906-241-3327
www.facebook.com/TLANDERSONART
602 Heather M. Cole / DesignHMC
Light Sculpture
[email protected] 651-967-0651
www.designhmc.com
4th Floor Hall marybdot
Textile Recycling Artist
[email protected] 907-433-9923
7th Floor Hall haighworksStudio/Robert Haigh
4th Floor Hall Rachel’s Photos
Paintings,Mixed media,Drawings
[email protected] 763-229-1174
www.facebook.com/pages/Haighworks-studio
Barn Photography... and more!
[email protected] 651-491-3437
www.captureminnesota.com/rachelcain
7th Floor Hall MJ Creations
406 Beth Stoneberg
Oil on Birch Plywood
[email protected] 651-645-4782
www.bethstoneberg.com
Abstract/cosmos paintings
[email protected] 612-384-7971
www.mjcreationsmn.com
7th Floor Hall Patricia Savanick Anderson Studio
5th Floor Hall Kathleen Finken
House Portraits and Recovery Images
[email protected] 651-221-2690
www.mnartists.org/artistHome.do?rid=81057
paintings
[email protected]
651-455-2775
artcrawl.com/kathyfinken.
Saint Paul Public Library
(90 W. 4th St.)
5th Floor Hall Just me Geralyn and Glass
First Floor Saint Paul Public Library
Fused glass
[email protected] 507-581-1239
www.justmegeralynandglass.com
Finalists from the Saint Paul Public Library’s
library card art contest
651-266-7000 www.sppl.org
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Tilsner Artist Lofts
Market Place
Marcia Ward Richie
Tilsner Artists Lofts
[email protected]
651-968-4255 www.tilsnerartists.com
Paintings, scarves,
cards, etc.
[email protected]
651-699-1463
www.mwardart.com
102 Sage Moon Eclectic Arts
Market Place Almond Skraba
Stained Glass, Soaps & Paracord
952-454-6569
Whimsical Illustrations & Cartoons
[email protected]
107 Risa Tritabaugh
Market Place Tova Beads
(300 Broadway St.)
re-purposed jewelry creations
abstract paintings and more
[email protected] 612-804-1149
www.risatritabaugh.com
Market Place Gayle Wyant
Watercolorist/Mixed Media
[email protected] 763-670-8039
1st Floor Kim Marie Isberner
Paintings
[email protected] 763-226-3311
Market Place Anita Zurn
Paintings of Animals and Birds.
[email protected] 763-780-4618
1st Floor Heidi Mae
Niska Photography
Music Stage Kindohm
Photography, fine art prints
[email protected]
www.HeidiMaeNiska.com
Live-coded electronic music
[email protected]
www.kindohm.com
1st Floor Molly Elizabeth Seim
W. Atrium Mudslinger Pottery
Whimsical pottery and paintings
[email protected] 651-270-5868
www.meseim.com
Fine Functional Pottery
[email protected] 651-270-3330
www.captainmudslinger.com
Lobby RetroBooth
204 Steven Grady
Market Place Pamela Kirton Illustration
Photography and Zines
[email protected]
www.meghankotz.com
paintings
Photos While You Wait!
[email protected] 612-568-4112
www.facebook.com/retrobooth
208 Meghan Kotz
Beautiful illustrations of birds
www.pamelakirton.com
211 Henle Studio Fine Art
Paintings/Published Prints in
WC, Oil, Pastel
[email protected]
651-500-8811
www.henlestudio.com
Market Place Jill Lynne Ness
Mixed Media, Bright Watercolors
[email protected] 763-432-6866
www.mnartists.org/Jill_Lynne_Ness
Market Place The Mad Housewives Bakery
Insanely delicious sweets & treats
[email protected]
612-508-6428
2nd Floor Deco Gypsy Studios
Decoupage Wall Art and Gifts
[email protected]
www.etsy.com/shop/decogypsystudios
Market Place Gayle Olson
Acrylic, watercolor, mixed media
[email protected] 763-273-3570
2nd Floor Melvin North pottery
Functional ceramic art
[email protected]
20
4th Floor Cathy Missaghi
Tilsner Artist Lofts
Encaustic Mixed Media / Printmaker
[email protected] 651-859-3486
www.artbycasm.com/
(300 Broadway St.) cont.
2nd Floor Susan Opitz
Abstract Painting,
Handcrafted Jewelry
[email protected]
612-751-0430
www.susanopitz.com
4th Floor Umami Pottery by Katharine Eksuzian
Soda fired pottery
[email protected]
www.etsy.com/shop/Umamipottery
609 Kirk Sklar
Jewelry - contemporary handmade met
[email protected] 651-323-7026
www.kirksklar.net
Art & jewely from around
the world.
[email protected]
612-750-2541
www.jellaworldartistcollections.com
6th Floor Bill Draheim
Abstract Photography
[email protected] 808-292-6778
www.billdraheim.com
6th Floor elizabeth zurbuchen
oil paintings, watercolor painting
[email protected] 507-895-8596
508 Lloyds of Lowertown
Perspicacious Vignettes in Oil
[email protected] 651-300-2133
www.GryffinDesignStudio.com
Landscape & Lifestyle
Photography
[email protected]
651-900-3649
www.facebook.com/studio5zero8
303 Lorene McIntosh a.k.a. CanvasDancer
509 Lisa Mathieson
2nd Floor Diana Sefkow
Artist, Educator, Mentor.
[email protected] 651-283-9689
www.canvasdancer.com
fused glass, porcelain, drawings
[email protected] 701-367-7383
www.lisacmathieson.com
305 Emily Olmsted
509 McColl Designs
Mixed Media, Sculpture, And Casting
[email protected] 612-227-6250
www.emilyoart.com
Fine Art Prints, caricature cups,
[email protected] 612-272-3350
www.mccolldesigns.com
305 Mike Reed
5th Floor kbex arts by Kathryn
Drawing, Printing, and Painting
[email protected] 612-246-7880
www.mikereedart.com
Original Abstract Paintings
[email protected] 651-208-6005
5th Floor Lawrence Mikesh
306 Patricia Senyich-Welch Studio
Collage/Mixed media, Drawing
[email protected] 612-321-1271
Handmade Paper, Installation
[email protected] 651-983-5966
www.cargocollective.com/pwelch
5th Floor Sam St. John
Painting/mixed media
[email protected] 651-318-7871
www.facebook.com/recoveringartist
3rd Floor Schweitzer ceramics
High fired soda and gas pottery
[email protected]
605 Amy Bell
3rd Floor Paul Winger Photography
paintings & drawings 651-353-2697
Color/B&W nature-based photography
[email protected] 651-644-6742
www.paulwinger.zenfolio.com
605 SkyGuy Graphics
original comic art drawings
[email protected] 612-867-4590
twitter.com/SkyguyGraphics
406 Nancy Stephani
acrylic painting on canvas
[email protected] 612-210-1022
www.nancystephani.com
608 Freestyle Forms By Lucy V. Yogerst
Ceramics hand thrown & embellished
[email protected] 612-522-0968
4th Floor Media Lab
608 Kyle Heger
Assorted media
[email protected]
Collage/Mixed Media
[email protected] 952-212-5793
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Saint Paul
Carleton Place Lofts
Cosmetics and body care products.
[email protected] 651-587-4344
www.etsy.com/shop/HGrayArt
(2285 University Av. - Bldg. A, B & C)
A102 Mickey Jurewicz
401 Madcapzest
jewelry, textiles. photography
[email protected] 612-759-2996
Illustration and collaged prose.
MadcapzestArt.tumblr.com
B113 Anna’s Closet
Artistic jewelry and clothing
[email protected]
(1647 Beech St.)
Josephine A. Geiger
Cigar Box Guitars | Midway TC
[email protected]
www.emblomstudios.com
552 Caufield Clay Works
Caufield Clay Works and Friends
[email protected] 651-303-3628
www.caufieldclay.com
B306 Beeswing Handmade
Jewelry, Felt Dog Toys, Mixed Media
[email protected]
www.etsy.com/shop/BeeswingHandmadeGood
Kevin Caufield Clay
B401 Tim Monsters!
Rachel Hoffman-Dachelet Clay
Jason Kaping Clay
Plush monsters, bags, apparel.
[email protected]
timmonsters.etsy.com
Jessie Schrerer Paintings
Footprints Art Studio
B412 Violent Iris
Fine Art Stained Glass
[email protected]
612-964-6081
www.jageigerstudio.com
Dow Building
(2242 University Av.)
B302 Christopher Emblom
Schmidt Artist Lofts
Bottlehouse (882 7th St. W.)
J.A. Geiger Studio
401 Hannah Gray
Author of Soft: A Memoir
[email protected]
651-646-2568
sherriefernandez-williams.com
Pfeiffer Gallery IngaraCreations by Shona Keller
LB Originals
Macro and landscape photos
[email protected]
Reclaimed & stained
glass jewelry.
[email protected]
406-209-0478
LBOriginalsStainedGlass.com
105 Nicole Porter
Graphic textiles/ modern ceramics
[email protected] (917) 484-0677
www.nicoleporter.com
Karen Maudal
107 Art & Elixir
Handmade purses and bags.
[email protected]
Painting events for beginners.
[email protected]
612-998-9941
www.artandelixir.com
Tracie Thompson
Painting and mixed media
[email protected] 763-432-6476
www.fineartamerica.com/profiles/traciethompson
112 JobyLynn Sassily-James
(1887 Grand Av.)
Photography, collage, journals
[email protected]
www.violentiris.com
1st Floor Pamela Yates Footprints Art Studio
C155 A.K. Hed Vincent
Paintings prints prizes serenity
[email protected]
www.footprintsartstudio.com
Photography and Prints
C155 The Studio Project
Handmade Books, Pottery, and Prints
[email protected]
www.thestudioproject.org
Grand Hill Gallery
C160 Erik Pearson
(333 Grand Av.)
Paintings
[email protected]
www.erikpearsonart.com
mixed media/assemblage, photography
[email protected]
sassijams.com
Jack-in-the-Pulpit Studio
(1014 Burgess St.)
113 American Traditional Studio
American Traditional Watercolour
[email protected]
2nd Floor Mark Granlund
Watercolors, oils, botanicals
[email protected]
www.markgranlund.com
122 Fringe & Fettle Ceramics
handcrafted pottery by Joanna Buyer
[email protected]
www.fringeandfettle.com
Mims Photography
123 Amy Zellmer,
Photographer
(1746 Grand Av.)
Grand Hill Gallery
210 Liliya Donovan
Acrylic Painting
[email protected]
A group show with Cristopher Copeland,
Mike Rada, Neil Sherman, Jack Dant
[email protected] 651-227-4783
www.grandhillgallery.com
307 PaperThick Ink & Friends
Mike Rada Oil Painting
Prints, Photography, Jewelry & more
paper[email protected]
www.paperthickink.com
Neil Sherman Oil Painting
Christopher Copeland Oil Painting, Pastel Painting
Photography
952-233-2169
www.amyzellmer.net
[email protected]
Artist Coop at Mims
Photography
PJ O’Brien Botanicals
Botanicals, Pastels and
Mixed Media
[email protected]
651-253-5173
www.mimsphoto.com/
132 Kristina’s Krafts
origami/horsehair jewelry
[email protected] 651-400-8144
132 LJM Creative Endeavors
Jack Dant Oil Painting, Pastel Painting
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Pfeiffer Gallery
Sherrie Fernandez-Williams
Mixed Media
[email protected] 651-400-8144
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Schmidt Artist Lofts
Bottlehouse (882 7th St. W.) cont.
Schmidt Artist Lofts
Brewhouse (882 7th St. W.)
135 Matthew Rucker
Dance Studio Shelli Manzoline
Original oil paintings
[email protected] 612-207-7991
www.matthewrucker.com
MN Dance Collaborative
[email protected] 612-597-9077
Stahlmann Gallery Mj Antonsen
317 Tracy May
Sculptural Oil/Acrylic Mixed media
[email protected]
Water Color and Acrylic
[email protected]
651-331-1421
www.mnartists.org/
Stahlmann Gallery David J Cunningham
Oil Painter
[email protected]
www.davidcunninghamart.com
326 Ellie Leonardsmith Photography
Photography
[email protected] 914-475-7514
www.ellieleonardsmith.com
Stahlmann Gallery DC Ice
Illustrative animal paintings
[email protected]
612-709-3296
www.dcice.com
331 Anne Cervenka
Paintings, photography, ceramics
[email protected] 763-307-0735
302 StitchLAB
Photography
[email protected] 651-261-4214
Stahlmann Gallery Wise Ink Creative Publishing
Independent Book Publishing
[email protected] 651-214-5158
www.wiseinkpub.com
339 Kim Ryan
Digital Photography Art
[email protected]
www.kmr5000.com
339 Sound+Art Composition
Tunnel Entrance
Kinney Studios
Mixed Media Paintings
[email protected]
651-797-4607
www.kinneymixedmedia.com
Audio-Visual Afro-Futurism
[email protected]
www.orkoeloheim.bandcamp.com
341 Brad Menninga
Clay art, lacquered
boxes, cups
[email protected]
113 Mark Hooker
Acrylic on Reclaimed Surfaces
[email protected]
612-244-4606
facebook.com/markhookerart
341 Kasey Payette
115 KO3
Flash fiction, book arts
[email protected]
Scandy photos/
Creepy paintings
[email protected]
facebook.com/Kingofthrees
347 Kelly Pratt,
CreativeCatalystStudio
Mixed Media, Paper,
Journals, Cards
[email protected]
615-499-6656
www.kellypratt.com/shop-2
Collage/Mixed media
[email protected]
612-913-1070
www.mnartists.org/
artistHome.do?rid=253096
307 Thomas John Hynes
2D Visual Art
[email protected]
5th Floor Katrina Schmidt
307 Elena Mercurio
Acrylic Paintings
Fashion Illustration/Mixed Media
[email protected]
www.facebook.com/elena.mercurio.design
5th Floor Rosa Strandemo
I photograph a variety
of images
www.rosastrandemo.com
502 Sandra Anderson
Mixed Media painting & drawing.
[email protected]
651-500-8488
sandramaeanderson.wix.com/art
The Grand Hand Gallery
(619 Grand Av.)
511 Vienne Cordet
Painting/mixed media
[email protected]
612-310-0602
www.VienneCordet.com
The Grand Hand Gallery
512 Caitlyn Marie Troge
335 Sophie Gleekel
519 Daniel Austin
Fiber Art, Fine Garments, Softgoods
[email protected] 507-301-8327
www.stitchlabmn.com
Living Local
[email protected] 651-312-1122
www.thegrandhand.com/
Pitchers & tumblers, ceramic
Drawings, prints, and sculptures.
[email protected] 651-335-2382
515 Judge Studios
Wendy Richardson Wearable fiber
Travel-inspired Abstract Painting
[email protected]
1-646-339-2895
www.maryfrancesjudge.com
Michael Schmidt
Acrylic & beeswax
on canvas
517 Hal Studholme
photography
[email protected]
www.HalStudholme.com
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4TH ANNUAL LOWERTOWN ART SHOW
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OCT 23RD- NOV 23RD
OPENING RECEPTION OCT 2S 6-10 P.K.
FEATURED ARTISTS;
LIVE MUSIC BY SWITCHED AT BtRTR
CAPRICE K. GLASER
www.theazqallery.org
RICHARD AB.RA.BAM
We would like to give special thanks lo three members who left the Board
this year. Jennifer Bisch served as our treasurer on our Executive
Committee. She is the owner of Artist Mercantile, a wonderful store that
supports local artists. Pratik Singh works at Macalester College and plays
in the bands Yeti Steady and Sitar Tabla. Pratik continues to be active with
the PR & Marketing Committee creating videos for our social media sites.
Roger Nielson, owner of Master Framers, was a Board member twice,
once for two years in the early SO's and most recently for the last four
years. He has made tremendous contributions to the lowertown
community. Roger will tum 75 in March and has decided to take a
well-earned retirement from the Board to spend more time a t his studio In
nortlllilrn Wimnsin working on his ~in~ngs &$ well al' art rel'toration for
clients. We truly appreciate the passion, work and dedication these three
Individuals brought to the SPAC.
TOM DUNN
We are extremely excited to welcome three new members who joined the
Board of Directors in September. Sharon Boerbon Hanson is a Lowertown
resident, former artist and active art collector. She serves on several
boards, is the director of a state agency and a faculty member at
Metropolitan State University. Gretchen Prater is a dance instructor with
12 years of experience teaching the performance arts as well as a
business owner and corporate recruiter. Richard Easton is a lifelong Saint
Paul resident. He has many business operations and real estate skills and
is currently a member of the Board of the Greater Frogtown Community
Development Corporation.
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The St. Paul Art Collective (SPAC) Board of Directors consists of 11
members who work ye;ir rounQ with ;;in am<1.:ing group of yQlunteers to
produce the spring and fall Art Crawls, the monthly lowertown First
Fridays and the current Feasibility Study. SPAC also participates in
special events like the launch of the Metro Transit Green line, the Art of
Baseballs exhibit with the Saint Paul Saints and the poster competition/art
fair during the Twin Cities Jazz Festival.
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Thank you to a II of the attendees, volunteers (listed on page 3), artists,
galleries, bu iidings and businesses in this catalog. Without your dedication
and support we would not be able to create this incredible community
event twice a ~ar. Ple<1se thiirill an9 supper\ tliern i;is you enjoy !he
2014 Fall Saint Paul Art Crawl!
Save the date!
Spring 2015 Saint Pawl Art Crawl April 24-26
The Saint Paul
Art Crawl
Needs You
(Yes, You!)
This fall the Saint Paul Art Crawl is setting
We’re looking for fresh faces with new ideas
records again, with more than 300 local artists
and lots of energy - apprentices to learn the
participating at 25 locations across the city!
ropes from our seasoned veteran volunteers,
Since the beginning, a core team of volunteers
as well as those willing to step into leadership
has worked very hard year after year to make
roles. In particular, were asking all artists who
Barbara Evan
this amazing event happen. As a result, Saint
benefit from the Crawl to give a little something
Paul area artists have the opportunity to show-
back in the coming year.
Barbara has been volunteering with the Art
Crawl for 15 years! She’s the patient soul
who verifies each and every registration for
accuracy before sending the information on to
the rest of the Catalog Team. Barbara is also
the building organizer for the Jax building - one
of the biggest participating buildings in the
Crawl. In the months between Art Crawls, she
also volunteers as an organizer for Lowertown
First Fridays. Barbara is a painter who has been
working lately on large abstract pieces that
juxtapose quiet space with restless energy.
Stop by studio 410 at the Jax building to check
out her work and thank her for all she does.
case their work at one of the largest events in
Of course, you needn’t be an artist to volunteer.
the country, and visitors from near and far come
Whether you simply have an interest in the arts,
to be thrilled, entertained and inspired. The Art
or are looking for some great experience to put
Crawl has become so successful, though, that
on your resume, volunteering for the Art Crawl
it’s starting to out-grow the capacity of our cur-
has wonderful benefits. The Art Crawl volunteer
rent volunteer force. In order to keep bringing
network is a welcoming community of amazing
this important event to Saint Paul, we need to
individuals eager to teach and inspire. Thanks
expand our pool of volunteers and we’d like you
to the tremendous efforts of these volunteers,
to be one of them!
the Art Crawl seems like a well-oiled machine,
Whatever your skills or areas of interest, we
a thing that just seamlessly “happens” twice
have a job for you! From door greeters to web
each year. But it isn’t - the Art Crawl is all of us:
developers, our volunteers do it all. Some of the
every artist, every gallery, every visitor, every
important roles we need to keep staffed include:
business that benefits. Please consider claiming
Door greeters, data entry, design and fabrica-
your piece of the Art Crawl in 2015 by becoming
tion, IT support, accounting, public relations,
a volunteer!
event planning, sales, marketing, photography,
You can volunteer by signing up for our
videography, social media, writing - it’s all part
newsletter and checking the volunteer bubble.
of what makes the Saint Paul Art Crawl happen!
You can find the signup form at
facebook.com/saintpaulartcrawl.
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Pictured from left: Winna Bernard, Linda Snouffer, Barbara Evan
Volunteer Showcase
Reynen, Winna organized the St. Paul Saints
baseball competition, hailed by many as the
showcase event of the Spring 2014 Crawl. She
also recruited students from Creative Art High
School to lead the kick-off parade last Spring.
You may have seen Winna in one of the city’s
YouTube videos promoting the Art Crawl. Is
there anything this amazing volunteer can’t do?!
Winna is a fabric artist who will be showcasing
her work in the lobby of the Lowertown Loft
Apartments this weekend. Be sure to stop by
and thank her for all her hard work!
Linda Snouffer
Linda has been volunteering as part of the
Catalog Team since 2013. This fall she also
volunteered to head the new Guest Artist
Liaison program, finding a place for those
artists who don’t have their own studio space
to exhibit their work during the Crawl. Linda
loves volunteering with the Art Crawl because
she can really see the impact her work has,
with each successive Crawl being a bit better
than the last. Linda will be showing her work in
suite #206 at the Northern Warehouse building.
Drop by to see her botanical prints and show
your appreciation for her service.
Winna Bernard
Winna has been serving on the Public Relations
and Events committees for the past two years.
She is responsible for starting the wildly popular
Art Crawl Passport program and rounding up
more than 30 suitcases to serve as drop-off
points for the game. She also spearheaded the
addition of the Union Depot as a participating
venue in 2013 and coordinated the funding and
printing for the big Union Depot-sponsored
Art Crawl maps. Last Spring, along with Tom
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JAX Building
Event Highlights
(For complete listings please visit http://www.stpaulartcrawl.org/events)
Schmidt Artist Lofts
253 E. 4th St., St. Paul, MN 55101
882 7th St. W., St. Paul, MN 55102
Student and Instructor Showcases
Family Friendly Activities
Flamenco Demonstrations
262 Studios
Bedlam Theatre
262 E. 4th St., St. Paul, MN 55101
213 E. 4th St., St. Paul, MN 55101
Cucina Obscura
After Crawl Ball
Experience the wonder of a walk-in Camera
Obsura! Using a pinhole camera technique, artist
Dave Enblom transforms the 3rd floor community
kitchen into a living art instillation. The walls
of the darkened “cucina” become a projection
screen as light is trained through a small opening in the window and visitors are treated to an
upside-down live action view of Downtown Saint
Paul. Dave Enblom will be on hand to give tours
and answer questions.
Artists and Crawlers are invited to come by
Bedlam for the Bi-Annual After Crawl Ball. Local
musical acts, variety show, food and drinks.
Sat at 11 pm
Dance Showcase
Bedlam Theatre would like to let you in on
Lowertown’s best kept secret: it’s rich in dance
studios! The three-hour showcase will introduce
art crawl visitors to the variety of dance forms
that are being studied and practiced in Lowertown
including traditional and contemporary Ballet,
Flamenco, Belly-Fusion, Hip Hop, and traditional
Southern Indian. The dance schedule can be
found on the Events Page at StPaulArtCrawl.org
Featuring works by students and instructors from:
Ballet MN - summerdancecamp.com
Studio Sendero - studio-sendero.com
Kala Vandanam - kalavandanam.com
The Nielsen-Hawn Gallery (3rd Floor Kitchen)
Ongoing during Art Crawl
Artists’ Alley Sound Crawl II
It’s art for your ears! Stop by the 262 Loading
dock to hear some of the best establised and
emerging musicians on the Lowertown scene
with special guests from the Tiwn Cities metro.
“Artist’s Alley Sound Crawl II” is curated by
262 Studios resident-musicians Matt Kyle and
Andrew Gaylord. For the complete line up visit
facebook.com/262studios
Sun 2-5 pm
J. A. Geiger Studio
Loading Dock (4th ST Alley next to
the Lowertown Lofts Co-op Entrance)
Sat 1-8 pm , Sun 1-3 pm
1647 Beech St., St. Paul, MN 55106
On-the-Spot Pet Portraits
AZ Gallery will be hosting live music along with
artwork by their 10 member artists. As well as
their guest artists and local artisans.
Bring photos of your favorite animal (all breeds &
species except human) and Tracie Thompson will
use pencils, watercolor and even pastels to create
a fast-and-loose portrait drawing “on the spot”
while you watch — or just enjoy the studio and
watch other people’s drawings be made. Cost is
$20 to $40 depending on amount of time you ask to
be spent on your art. First come, first served. Ongoing during Art Crawl
Fri 6:30-8:30 pm, Sat 1-3 pm / 4-6 pm, Sun 1-4 pm
AZ Gallery
308 Prince St., St. Paul, MN 55101
Live Music
In the Painting Studio Schmidt will have a kids
gallery for kids by kids. While you visit the kids
gallery spend some time creating your own piece
of art to take with you. There are also movement
classes for kids of all ages in the Dance Studio.
Studio 502
Throughout the weekend
Art and Elixir will offer guided instruction and
an interactive art experience. Come and paint
your own masterpiece to bring home with you.
Lowertown Lofts Artists’ Co-op
255 E. Kellogg Blvd., St. Paul, MN 55101
Art Scavenger Hunt
On your way into the Lowertown Lofts Cooperative
grab the art scavenger hunt list. See if you can
find everything on the list and on your way out you
can grab a treat if you do! (Designed for kids but
appreciated by people of all ages.)
Dance Studio
The Dance Studio will have performances to
watch as well as sample classes to join in.
Included in this are classes and performances in
Tai Chi, Yoga, Afro Dance and Drum, and Hip Hop.
Building Wide
Ongoing during Art Crawl
We are also happy to be hosting performances by
MN Dance Collaborative of pieces their upcoming
holiday show at The Southern Theater.
Suminagashi Paper Making
FreeArts Minnesota will be hosting and art-making
project for kids of all ages in Studio 306. Join them in
making Suminagashi - a Japanese form of marbled
paper!
Film Festival
Sunday in the Multipurpose Room we will have
our first ever film festival with Q&A after each film.
Studio 306
Sat 1-4 pm, Sun 1-4 pm
Live Music
Schmidt will have live music throughout the
duration of Art Crawl in both buildings.
Origami Demos
Two Artists welcome their 11-year-old cranemaking friend, Hannah, to the co-op for origami
demos. She has made over 200 cranes and with
the help of the co-op artists and Art Crawl visitors
she hopes to hit 1000 by the end of the weekend!
Come hear the legend of the cranes and help her
make and hang 1000 in the atrium!
Food and Refreshments
Food trucks will be available out in our courtyard
as well as the Atrium.
Schmidt Wellhouse will also be open in the courtyard, come get a cool refreshing drink of some of
the purest water in the world right here
at Schmidt!
5th Floor Atrium
Sat 5-7 pm
Along with all that we have public restrooms
throughout each building, each one equipt with
changing stations.
For a detailed schedule of performances and
events visit us at Schmidtartistlofts.com
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Event Highlights
Alphabetical listing by catalog name
(cont.)
(For complete listings please visit http://www.stpaulartcrawl.org/events)
Tilsner Artists Co-op
Live Music
FRIDAY
7 pm Rachel Schroeder
8 pm Elisha Marin
9 pm DJ Wicklum
300 Broadway St., St. Paul, MN 55101
Mad Housewives Bake Sale
Insanely Delicious sweets and treats.
SATURDAY
12 pm Andre Stephani
1 pm Kayla Sotebeer & Vinny Lemieux
2 pm Mitchell Yards, Paul Seeba & Rob Tahija
3 pm Rachel Schroeder
4 pm Kindohm
5 pm Smook
6 pm Lowertown Monocles
7 pm DJ Wicklum
Market Place and 5th Floor
Ongoing during Art Crawl
Reggae Kitchen
Authentic Caribbean Food
Market Place Ongoing during Art Crawl
Wine and Canvas
Mini Painting classes
Market Place Ongoing during Art Crawl
Abbott
Kristi
Lowertown Lofts Artists Co-op
Coleman ElizabethCrane-Ordway
Abel
Tom
Back Alley Gallery - 262 Studios
Copeland
Chrisopher
Grand Hill Gallery
Abraham
Richard
Northern Warehouse
Cordet
Vienne
Schmidt Artist Lofts Brewhouse
Adcock
Marion
Three Sisters - Jax
Crosby
Alexandra
Three Sisters - Jax
Ahern
Jodie
ACVR Warehouse
Cunningham
David
Schmidt Artist Lofts Brewhouse
Amble BeckyCrane-Ordway
Cyr
Dolan
262 Studios
AndersonPatricia Rossmor
Dant
Jack
Grand Hill Gallery
AndersonTracy
Rossmor
Davis
Derek
AZ Gallery - Northern Warehouse
Anderson
Sandra
Schmidt Artist Lofts Brewhouse
Davison
Stephanie
Schmidt Artist Lofts Brewhouse
Antonsen
Mj
Schmidt Artist Lofts Brewhouse
Donovan
Liliya
Carleton Place Lofts
Applequist
Cami
Lowertown Lofts Artists Co-op
Downie
Jeremy
Northwestern Bldg
Arksey
Emily
Artist Mercantile
Draheim
Bill
Tilsner Artists Lofts
Austin
Daniel
Schmidt Artist Lofts Brewhouse
Dunn
Tom
Northern Warehouse
Bahl
Michael
Northern Warehouse
Edgerton
Robin
Three Sisters - Jax
Baker
Melissa
Tilsner Artists Lofts
Eksuzian
Katharine
Tilsner Artists Lofts
Banning
Linda
J.A. Geiger Studio
Ellis
Rene
Northern Warehouse
SUNDAY
12 pm Kindohm
1 pm Kayla Sotebeer & Vinny Lemieux
2 pm Andre Stephani
3 pm Smook
4 pm Rocky n Sommer
BechtolLinda Rossmor
Emblom
Christopher
Carleton Place Lofts
Bechtol
James Rossmor
Erickson
Kathleen
Lowertown Commons
Becker
Kathryn
Tilsner Artists Lofts
Ernst
Mattie
Northern Warehouse
Becklund
Stacey
Northern Warehouse
Evan
BarbaraJax
Bell
Amy
Tilsner Artists Lofts
Feider
Shannon
Bellotti
Michael
ACVR Warehouse
Fernandez-Williams Sherrie Schmidt Artist Lofts Bottlehouse
East Atrium Main Stage Ongoing during Art Crawl
Bender
Carol
Attic Artists - Rossmor
FinkenKathyRossmor
Bernard
Winna
Three Sisters - Jax
Flanagan
Regina
Northern Warehouse
Throughout St. Paul
Biehn
Don
Lowertown Commons
Franklin
William G.
Lowertown Lofts Artists Co-op
Brandt
Jerri Jo
Northwestern Bldg
Food Trucks
FrenchSarahJax
Brending
Nicole
Northern Warehouse
Gamble
Marla
Lowertown Lofts Artists Co-op
Brocken
Robert Back Alley Gallery - 262 Studios
Geiger
Josephine
J.A. Geiger Studio
Brown
Rashelle
Northwestern Bldg
GeisenJan Crane-Ordway
BuesselerMary
Rossmor
Gitelson
Bullard
Schmidt Artist Lofts Bottlehouse
Glaser CapriceJax
Twin Cities and area food trucks will be
scattered about Lowertown and Saint Paul.
Lowertown and throughout Saint Paul
Fri 6-10pm, Sat 12-8pm, Sun 12-5pm
David
Lowertown Commons
ButlerAmieRossmor
Glass
Alex Three Sisters - Jax
Buyert
Joanna
Gleekel
Sophie
Schmidt Artist Lofts Bottlehouse
Cain
RachelRossmor
Grady
Steven
Tilsner Artists Lofts
Campbell
Brian
ACVR Warehouse
Granlund
Mark
Jack-in-the-Pulpit Studio
Carlson
Liz
Lowertown Lofts Artists Co-op
Gray
Hannah
Carleton Place Lofts
Caufield
Kevin
Caufield Clay Works - Dow Bldg
Greenman
Anna Artist Mercantile
Cermak
Terri
Northwestern Bldg
Haigh RobertRossmor
Cerny VasterlingAmy
Northern Warehouse
Hall
Angie
Northern Warehouse
Cervenka
Anne
Schmidt Artist Lofts Bottlehouse
Hambright
Chad
Northern Warehouse
Cheri
Danielle
Three Sisters - Jax
Hanen
Jessica
Tilsner Artists Lofts
Choi
My
Carleton Place Lofts
Hara
David
Master Framers - 262 Studios
ChristensonKimberly Rossmor
Hartleib
CeCeile
ACVR Warehouse
Clancy
Patrick
Lowertown Lofts Artists Co-op
Hed Vincent
Angela
Carleton Place Lofts
Clark
Amy AZ Gallery - Northern Warehouse
Hed Vincent
A.K.
Carleton Place Lofts
Crane-Ordway
Heger
Kyle
Tilsner Artists Lofts
ClemelsonCory
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Howard
Schmidt Artist Lofts Bottlehouse
Schmidt Artist Lofts Bottlehouse
Cole
HeatherRossmor
Hendershot
Joe
ACVR Warehouse
Colella
JM
Hendershot
Kara
Northern Warehouse
Schmidt Artist Lofts Bottlehouse
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Alphabetical listing by catalog name
Alphabetical listing by catalog name
Henle
Cecilia Tilsner Artists Lofts
Leonardsmith Ellie
Schmidt Artist Lofts Bottlehouse
Powell JamesRossmor
Stephani
Nancy
Tilsner Artists Lofts
Heroff GerryRossmor
Levisen Lloyd Kirsten
Tilsner Artists Lofts
Pratt
Kelly
Schmidt Artist Lofts Bottlehouse
Stipe
Bruce
Lowertown Commons
Hezsely CharlesRossmor
Losey Turner
Maggie
Tilsner Artists Lofts
Priestly
Robyn
AZ Gallery - Northern Warehouse
Stoneberg
Beth
AZ Gallery - Northern Warehouse
Hodges
Dane
Back Alley Gallery - 262 Studios
Lowe
Carol
Attic Artists - Rossmor
Purdes
Amy C.
Lowertown Lofts Artists Co-op
StonebergBeth
Rossmor
Hodnick
Mike
Tilsner Artists Lofts
Lund
Ruth
Tilsner Artists Lofts
Rada
Mike Grand Hill Gallery
Stout
Tricia
Three Sisters - Jax
Hoffman-Dachelet Rachel
Caufield Clay Works - Dow Bldg
Malcore-Plesha Kelly
Lowertown Lofts Artists Co-op
Rathai
Terra
Three Sisters - Jax
Strandemo
Rosa
Schmidt Artist Lofts Brewhouse
Holly
Tim
Carleton Place Lofts
Manzoline
Shelli
Schmidt Artist Lofts Brewhouse
Rau
Patty
Master Framers - 262 Studios
Studholme
Hal
Schmidt Artist Lofts Brewhouse
Hooker
Mark
Schmidt Artist Lofts Brewhouse
Markie
Lori
Schmidt Artist Lofts Bottlehouse
Reed
Mike
Tilsner Artists Lofts
Swanson
Susan Crane-Ordway
Hoppe
LouAnn
Attic Artists - Rossmor
Martin
CL
262 Studios
Reiter
Gabe
Schmidt Artist Lofts Brewhouse
Swanson
P.J.
Northern Warehouse
Hoska
Dakota
ACVR Warehouse
Mathieson
Lisa
Tilsner Artists Lofts
Remke
Teri
Tilsner Artists Lofts
Sweitzer
Lucy
Carleton Place Lofts
Hynes
Thomas
Schmidt Artist Lofts Brewhouse
Maudal
Karen
J.A. Geiger Studio
Reynen
Tom
AZ Gallery - Northern Warehouse
Terleck
Justin
262 Studios
Ice
DC
AZ Gallery - Northern Warehouse
May
Tracy
Schmidt Artist Lofts Bottlehouse
Reynen
Tom
Northern Warehouse
ThelenGerieRossmor
Ice
DC
Schmidt Artist Lofts Brewhouse
McColl
Michael
Tilsner Artists Lofts
Rhoades
Todd
Northwestern Bldg
Thiesen
Craig
Northern Warehouse
Ilg
JohnJax
McGregor
Tom
Northwestern Bldg
Ricci
Colette
Carleton Place Lofts
Thompson
Bethany 262 Studios
Isaac
Kristina
Schmidt Artist Lofts Bottlehouse
McIntosh
Lorene
Tilsner Artists Lofts
Richards
Roxanne
Lowertown Lofts Artists Co-op
Thompson
Tracie
J.A. Geiger Studio
James
Deb
Three Sisters - Jax
McNally
Jessie
AZ Gallery - Northern Warehouse
Richardson
Wendy The Grand Hand Gallery
Thompson
Bethany Three Sisters - Jax
Jaszczak
Tom
The Grand Hand Gallery
McNally
Jessie
Northern Warehouse
Richie
Marcia
Tilsner Artists Lofts
Tieso
Tara
Lowertown Lofts Artists Co-op
Jennen
Tim
Lowertown Lofts Artists Co-op
Mecklin CarolineJax
Roberts
Terri
Schmidt Artist Lofts Bottlehouse
Toad
Artful
Master Framers - 262 Studios
Jensen JeramyRossmor
Menninga
Brad
Schmidt Artist Lofts Bottlehouse
Rodriquez
Carol
Attic Artists - Rossmor
Toth
Laura
Northwestern Bldg
JorgensenMatt
Mercurio
Elena
Schmidt Artist Lofts Brewhouse
Rohde Brendan
AZ Gallery - Northern Warehouse
Tritabaugh
Risa
Tilsner Artists Lofts
Rossmor
Judge
Mary Frances Schmidt Artist Lofts Brewhouse
Mikesh
Lawrence
Tilsner Artists Lofts
Rose
Maya
Northern Warehouse
Troge
Caitlyn
Schmidt Artist Lofts Brewhouse
Jurewicz
Mickey
Mikutowski
Susan
ACVR Warehouse
Rosenberger
Orion
Northern Warehouse
Tudisco
Melody
The Grand Hand Gallery
Kane KristinJax
Miller
Brad
262 Studios
Rucker
Matthew
Schmidt Artist Lofts Bottlehouse
Tupy
Marlene
ACVR Warehouse
Kaping
Miller
Joan
Three Sisters - Jax
Ryan
Kim
Schmidt Artist Lofts Bottlehouse
Urgo
Robin
Artist Mercantile
KapingJasonCrane-Ordway
Missaghi
Cathy
Tilsner Artists Lofts
SandquistGreta
Jax
Walsh
Elaine
Lowertown Commons
Kayser
Terry
ACVR Warehouse
Mitchell
Carrie
Northern Warehouse
Sassily-James JobyLynn
Schmidt Artist Lofts Bottlehouse
Wandurangala Sumitra
Keithahn
Connie
Attic Artists - Rossmor
Morgan MaryAnnCrane-Ordway
Schmidt
Katrina
Schmidt Artist Lofts Brewhouse
Ward WendiJax
Keller
Shona
Schmidt Artist Lofts Bottlehouse
Murray
Joshua
Carleton Place Lofts
Schmidt
Michael
The Grand Hand Gallery
WeatherlyTara
Keller
Julie
Three Sisters - Jax
Myers
Trisha
Artist Mercantile
Schrerer
Jessie
Caufield Clay Works - Dow Bldg
Wells DavidJax
Kiesow
Katie
Northern Warehouse
Nagel
Brian
262 Studios
Jason
Carleton Place Lofts
Caufield Clay Works - Dow Bldg
Attic Artists - Rossmor
Jax
Schuessler
Zig
262 Studios
Whitney
Laura
Schmidt Artist Lofts Brewhouse
Kigner LaurieJax
Nelson JeffreyJax
Schweitzer
Sue
Tilsner Artists Lofts
Winger
Paul
Tilsner Artists Lofts
Kinkead
Tilsner Artists Lofts
Ness
Jill
Tilsner Artists Lofts
Scott ChrisCrane-Ordway
Witt DavidJax
KinnebergSusie
Rossmor
North
Melvin
Tilsner Artists Lofts
Seebauer Hansen Linda
Northern Warehouse
Wolff
Kinney
Kjiersten
Schmidt Artist Lofts Brewhouse
O’BrienPatti MimsPhotography
Sefkow
Diana
Tilsner Artists Lofts
Wolff BrianRossmor
Kirton
Pamela
Tilsner Artists Lofts
O’ConnorClaire Crane-Ordway
Seim
Molly
Tilsner Artists Lofts
Wood
Jennie
262 Studios
Knotz
Michelle
Lowertown Lofts Apartments
O’Hara
Kevin
Tilsner Artists Lofts
Senyich-Welch Patricia
Tilsner Artists Lofts
Workman
Stephen
Northern Warehouse
Kobilka
Admanda
262 Studios
Obrien
Nathan
Back Alley Gallery - 262 Studios
Sherman
Neil
Grand Hill Gallery
Wortham
Lizzie
Lowertown Lofts Artists Co-op
Koski
Lucas
Bedlam Theater
Olmsted
Emily
Tilsner Artists Lofts
Shimer
Lori
Carleton Place Lofts
Wyant
Gayle
Tilsner Artists Lofts
Kotz
Meghan
Tilsner Artists Lofts
Olson
Gayle
Tilsner Artists Lofts
Shockley
Christopher
Lowertown Lofts Apartments
Yates
Pamela
Footprints Art Studio
Kremske NicholasJax
Opitz
Susan
Tilsner Artists Lofts
Simon DianeJax
Yogerst
Lucy
Tilsner Artists Lofts
Krumpelmann Joseph
Lowertown Lofts Artists Co-op
Ostrowski
Ursula
ACVR Warehouse
Sklar
Kirk
Tilsner Artists Lofts
Zambrano
Mari
Artist Mercantile
Kuno
Alex 262 Studios
Parks
DeAnneJax
Skraba
Almond
Tilsner Artists Lofts
Zats
Laura
Schmidt Artist Lofts Brewhouse
LaFontaine
Chris
AZ Gallery - Northern Warehouse
Payette
Kasey
Schmidt Artist Lofts Bottlehouse
Snouffer
Linda
Northern Warehouse
Zellmer
Amy
Schmidt Artist Lofts Bottlehouse
Lange
Patricia
Lowertown Lofts Apartments
Pearson
Erik
Carleton Place Lofts
St. John
Sam
Tilsner Artists Lofts
Zurbuchen
Elizabeth
Tilsner Artists Lofts
LargaespadaTC
Crane-Ordway
Peters
John
Tilsner Artists Lofts
Stack-Kremer Claudia
Lowertown Commons
Zurn
Anita
Tilsner Artists Lofts
Larson
Ann P.
Northwestern Bldg
Peterson
Todd
Northern Warehouse
Stadther
Sharon
Northern Warehouse
Lauler
Jamie Artist Mercantile
Peterson
Todd
AZ Gallery - Northern Warehouse
Stahl
Jason
Northern Warehouse
Leadholm
Sara J.
Lowertown Commons
Porter
Nicole
Schmidt Artist Lofts Bottlehouse
Stengle
Sarah
262 Studios
Jennifer
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MelindaRossmor
Thank you
to the Fall 2014
Poster Competition Jurors!
Diane Michele May
Diane Michele May has been studying, painting, and displaying art in her
community since she was 10-years-old. She earned a Bachelor of Science
in Fine Art from Harding University in 1992 and continued her education by
taking classes at the Atelier School in Minneapolis. She now teaches private
art lessons and can be found creating art both Plein Air and in her home studio
in the Dayton’s Bluff neighborhood. Her work can be seen in both private
collections and displayed in East Side St. Paul businesses. She also currently
has a solo exhibition going on at the East Side Area Arts Council and Gallery
on Payne Avenue.
Laurel O’Gorman
Laurel O’Gorman received her MFA from the University of Minnesota. Her early
work at the MMAA, and her curatorial/director experience at the University of St.
Catherine led her to 15 years of work with a corporate art exhibition program. In
turn, this opened up her world to graphic design, publication of art books and catalogues, and greater curatorial skills as an art consultant for a private collection.
Currently, she lives in Roseville, Minnesota, and is happy to spend time in her
studio working in a variety of media. Her recent work in watercolour emerged from
a lingering focus on studies into nature and the inspiration from daily Tao readings.
Laurel is currently showing at the University of St. Thomas in the exhibition
Disruption and Resolution: War, Art and Peace.
Jim Pagliarini
President & CEO of tpt. Jim joined Twin Cities Public Television (tpt), in St. Paul
Minnesota in September of 1997. As the CEO of one of our nation’s foremost
PBS stations, he is leading the organization through a major transformation,
expanding their content, distribution and funding strategies to take full advantage
of 21st century tools, technologies and consumer interests. Before joining tpt,
Jim was the founding CEO of the PBS station in Reno, Nevada, a position he
held for 15 years. He has been heavily engaged as a national leader of PBS.
Jim served for 12 years as a member of the Board of Directors of PBS, holding
numerous leadership positions. He has also served on several national task
forces exploring and refining the business of public television.
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Plus, for two nights only...
"Arrivals & Departures•
a massive, one-ofa·kind audio-visual
public art experience
featuring a special
35-foot high ex terior
30 poetry and film
projection by poet
and film producer.
Todd Boss.
October 10 & 11 • North Plaza • Dusk until 10:30pm