Category Archives: multi media

Layer, Melodie Seagren

Melodie Seagren

Melodie is a talented painter and collage artist working in Minneapolis. She’s changing the way she interacts with paint and canvas, building works by quite literally laying paint onto a canvas. Her Layers are stunning in person, with vivid, sharply

Layer, Melodie Seagren

Melodie Seagren

Melodie is a talented painter and collage artist working in Minneapolis. She’s changing the way she interacts with paint and canvas, building works by quite literally laying paint onto a canvas. Her Layers are stunning in person, with vivid, sharply

Andrew Vomhof

Andrew Vomhof is known for his use of new technologies to create artworks that relate to both natural science and cosmology. He creates star navigations and other flatwork using a CNC machine, drawing beautiful and intricate patterns in a circular

Andrew Vomhof

Andrew Vomhof is known for his use of new technologies to create artworks that relate to both natural science and cosmology. He creates star navigations and other flatwork using a CNC machine, drawing beautiful and intricate patterns in a circular

Self Portrait

Kate Worum

Kate Worum is an illustrator and designer working in Minneapolis. She is contributing original illustrations to the show, including a series of portraits made in Frankfurt, Germany during a Project M session. In Project M, Kate spent two weeks living in

Self Portrait

Kate Worum

Kate Worum is an illustrator and designer working in Minneapolis. She is contributing original illustrations to the show, including a series of portraits made in Frankfurt, Germany during a Project M session. In Project M, Kate spent two weeks living in

New Beginning, Photoshop

Tim Schweitzer

Tim Schweitzer’s assemblage boxes are delightful: found objects, wood and metal combined in a tight package. Warm wood contrasts with a mix of surfaces of dull and shining metal, making you take a closer look at a familiar combination.  

New Beginning, Photoshop

Tim Schweitzer

Tim Schweitzer’s assemblage boxes are delightful: found objects, wood and metal combined in a tight package. Warm wood contrasts with a mix of surfaces of dull and shining metal, making you take a closer look at a familiar combination.