“Bloom”

“Bloom” is a SAORI weaving group made up of 8 wonderful ladies. While these ladies happen to have developmental disabilities they have already had two nearly sold out shows at Homewood Studios in Minneapolis as well as gaining teaching experience through workshops held during their shows. Now, “Bloom” has made…

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Katie Bosley

Katie Bosley received her BFA in Ceramics from the University of Florida and is currently a resident artist at Northern Clay Center in Minneapolis. She has interned at the Archie Bray Foundation in Helena, Montana and Women’s Studio Workshop in Rosendale, New York, and a studio assistantship at Callanwolde Fine…

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David Browne

As a visual artist I make pieces that combine the disciplines of weaving, painting, and sculpture. Over and above the purely visual aspects of my work, I am interested in the effects that digital technology has on art and aesthetics as well as on culture and human behavior. Thus my…

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Jan Chamberlin

Jan Chamberlin has over thirty years of experience in dance. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts, magna cum laude, in dance from Marymount Manhattan College. She studied ballet, modern, and jazz with teachers from the dance companies of New York City Ballet, Ballet Russe, Joffrey Ballet, Martha Graham, Lar…

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Alexander Chinn

Alex Chinn grew up in rural western Massachusetts in an old farmhouse with his painter mother.  He was exposed to many forms of art, including clay, from early childhood.  Clay became his primary artistic outlet while studying with Ron Gallas at Macalester College.  For more than 15 years Alex Chinn…

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Soojin Choi

Soojin Choi was born in South Korea in 1991. In 2010, she moved to the United States to study Craft/Material Studies and Painting/ Printmaking as a double major at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA. She continued her study at Alfred University in Alfred, NY to pursue a MFA degree…

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Allen Christian

Allen Christian has operated the House of Balls, a storefront sculpture studio in Minneapolis, since 1986. An ongoing exploration of the human form created out of societies detritus, his open door policy invites the public in to talk about the currency and meaning of our lives through repurposing waste. It’s also a…

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Jim Clark

Jim Clark is an award winning draughtsman, painter, and sculptor, as well as a teaching artist and curator.  He received his undergraduate art degree at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, an MFA at Vesper College, in addition to study at Cours de Civilisation Française de la Sorbonne and at the…

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Christopher Copeland

Christopher Copeland first developed his interest in open and serene landscapes growing up in rural Washington County. A 1983 graduate of the College of Visual Arts in St. Paul, Christopher exhibits in Minneapolis, New York, Boston, Ohio, Seattle, Scottsdale and Santa Fe. Painting outdoors on location, Copeland’s main concern is…

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Robert Cuerden

Robert Cuerden is a Twin Cities-based, award-winning photographer and published author.  His work has been privately sold and his wide variety of images is sold as stock slides.  He currently teaches the art of photography at White Bear Center for the Arts as well as serving on the Board of…

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