It's that time again for the largest open studio tour in the nation! I am always amazed at how fast a year can go by. Last year I missed being present at my own studio tour because I was off in New York helping my sister with her greeting card business at the New York Stationary show, thankfully my very supportive hubby took my place and showed off my work for me. This year I will be there to show off many new pieces that I have toiled away on. I am attaching a sneak peek of what will be hanging over the weekend.
These are progress photos of a piece titled "Captive Audience" which was inspired by my son who plays the guitar but is not one for human audiences.
Minneapolis is an amazing city. Today I had the opportunity to get a tour of the new A mill artist lofts. The building originally was the Pillsbury flour Mill and is located along the Mississippi River near the Stone Arch bridge.
This building combines the old flour silos with new lofts that are being built above them. I love that the spaces are affordable for artists!
This image was taken in one of the community spaces and the brick texture is made from old skate boards. The building itself is like a work of art.
I can never pass up the impulse to take an image of a cool door!
This is the view from the rooftop patio.... amazing!