Im going to be exhibiting some artwork during the 2014 Art-A-Whirl at the Grain Belt Bottling House!!!
Come experience Art-A-Whirl at the Grain Belt Bottling House with over 40 guest and resident artists exhibiting their artwork in our easy to navigate, accessible building. This event is about making local art and artists available to the community. Come explore the open studios and exhibition space in this historic Northeast landmark.
The Grain Belt Bottling House is located in the NE Arts District at 79 13th Avenue NE, one block north of the intersection of Broadway NE and Marshall.
May 16th Friday 5-10 pm Opening reception, music starts at 7 pm
May 17th Saturday Noon-8 pm | May 18th Sunday Noon-5 pm
I had the pleasure of making the glass artwork for Alpha Consumers new album MEAT. You can grab the sweet new LP HERE…
Alpha Consumer‘s first release with TGNP, the excellent full-length album “Meat”, will be officially released on April 15th, 2014. The record will come on vinyl and download only, and features wonderful gatefold packaging designed by Mike Davis of Burlesque Design with photography by Cameron Wittig.
The members of Alpha Consumer have worked with Bon Iver, Arcade Fire, Andrew Bird, Chuck Statler, Brother Ali, Anaias Mitchell, Pieta Brown, A Prairie Home Companion, and more. MOJO said, “(Alpha Consumer) reminded us of just how great America oddball rock used to be. The Modern Lovers meets Talking Heads but heavier is how we describe Alpha Consumer. In truth, they’re more entertaining than that.”
I am going to have 4 pieces in this show, with a ridiculous killer lineup….. Hope to see you there.
Welcome to Art Central. A burgeoning and rapidly expanding hub of some of the finest artists the Twin Cities and the world have to offer. Picture this, an imaginative, community driven gallery, where expression isn’t only allowed, it is encouraged. We are talking about all kinds of mediums and peoples alike, live painting, live music, photography, and anything else you can hang on a wall. Veteran electronic musicians, The Jones Dickens, will provide the evenings’ musical vibes with a blend of electro-funk and hip-hop to keep the ingenious juices flowing throughout each room. Welcomed are any and all whom wish to contribute a part of their creative mastery for the thrill and benefit of others. Stay inside the lines, or don’t….we will see
-LINNEA MARIE DOYLE
-RYAN HENRY WARD
-CARLOS ALEXIS VELASQUEZ/MONSTERBIRD C.A.V
-BRIAN MATTHEW HART
-FOREST BASH – REVEAL NATURE
-DIM MEDIA/CHARLES DENTON
– MAC AND CHEESE WILSON/ SHE-DEVIL PRINTING
-LOUIS N LAPIERRE
-A STRUMMER ART/MIKE BEAN
-GRANT GRIM MURRAY
Musical addition to the night
-The Jones Dickens
-Bake N Jen
WillCall Studio is turning into a pop-up shop for the holidays!!! We are packing in the gallery space with everything from: paintings, books, glass art, photography, jewelry, prints and more. Satisfy your holiday needs with art and handmade goods by these fine local artists….
James Penfield www.jamespenfield.com/wp/
Louis N. LaPierre www.louisnlapierre.com
IronSea Clothing www.ironsea.net/
E. Jayne DeMarco
Bill Rebholz www./billrebholz.com/
Friday, November 29th (Black Friday) 12 pm – 8 pm
Saturday, November 30th, 12 pm – 5 pm
Thursday, December 5th, 5 pm – 9 pm
Friday, December 6th, 5 pm – 9 pm
Friday, December 13th, 5 pm – 9 pm
Saturday, December 14th, 12pm -5 pm
Friday, December 20th, 5 pm – 9 pm
Saturday, December 21 (Artist Reception) , 5 pm – 10 pm
All guests qualify to win original raffle prizes. Prize winners will be announced Saturday, December 21st.
558 Vandalia St. #155
St Paul, MN 55414
South West Corner of Building
Some recent fillacello work, plus some of the new air plant terrariums…
Im supper excited to have some paintings hanging at one of my long time favorite bars (The Dubliner Pub in Saint Paul) from July 14 until August 8th. And will be having a artist reception on Thursday August 8th from 7 to 10 pm.
2162 University Avenue West
I was recently asked to make a painting for a local magazine called MPLSzine. “Found ” was the theme of the issue, and the content was up to the artist to interpret. I am honored to be added to the thick lineup of Twin Cities artists whom have contributed. The painting/cover I created can be seen below, and the issue can be read HERE.
Check out their website and read past issues HERE.
Will Call Studio is opening its doors during the ST. Paul Art Crawl! Join us for art, drinks, live glass blowing demos and more.
Featuring New Works from:
Jake Keeler (www.20acrecarcass.com)
Louis N. LaPierre (www.louisnlapierre.com)
Zack Bartel (www.ironsea.net)
Friday April 26th 7pm – 10pm Artist Reception Music by: HotRibs
Saturday April 27th 12pm – 8pm Open Studio Live Glass Blowing By: Cameron Ulmer & Louis LaPierre
Sunday April 28th 12pm – 5pm Open Studeo
“Welcome to Mobius: The Journal of Social Change. We became an online-only journal, published quarterly in March, June, September, and December, in 2009.
Established in 1989 as a quarterly print journal with local free distribution in Madison, Wisconsin,Mobius strives to publish challenging fiction and poetry that deals with social change as either a primary or a secondary theme. We’ve been asked many times what we mean when we say “social change,” and we’ve never really been able to provide a satisfactory answer. To paraphrase Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart, we know a Mobius story or poem when we see one. Writing that offers some form of social commentary is a step in the right direction, but we don’t necessarily look for the overtly political or even the overtly anything. First and foremost, we like good writing, with strong elements of plot and character. We like stories with impact. And we like stories that feature theme. We like poems that are unusual and entertaining. In a word, a Mobius story or poem is about SOMETHING.
At Mobius we believe that writing is power and good writing empowers both the reader and the writer. We feel strongly that alternatives are needed to an increasingly corporate literary scene.Mobius strives to provide an outlet for writers disenfranchised by a bottom-line marketplace, and challenging writing for those who feel that today’s literary standards are killing us in a slow, mind-numbing fashion.
The miracle that is the Internet allows us to share with you a greater number of stories and poems than in our former print version. Enjoy! And feel free to submit your fiction and poetry. Again, we like social commentary, but mainly we like good writing.”