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

Noticeable Self-Portrait

Ed Charbonneau

Ed is a painter working in St. Paul. He started his career painting murals for local restaurants, and pursued a BFA from the College of Visual Arts and an MFA from MCAD. Ed is now an adjunct faculty member at both

Noticeable Self-Portrait

Ed Charbonneau

Ed is a painter working in St. Paul. He started his career painting murals for local restaurants, and pursued a BFA from the College of Visual Arts and an MFA from MCAD. Ed is now an adjunct faculty member at both

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

Connect the Dots

Danielle Feliciano

Danielle Feliciano is a self-described prolific creator. As an illustrator and printmaker, she produces a surprising volume of works ranging in size, medium and focus, but all with a common thread of impeccable execution. In this show, we’re excited to

Connect the Dots

Danielle Feliciano

Danielle Feliciano is a self-described prolific creator. As an illustrator and printmaker, she produces a surprising volume of works ranging in size, medium and focus, but all with a common thread of impeccable execution. In this show, we’re excited to

SWAG Box 3

Christopher Dela Pole

Founder and owner of Squared Furniture, Christopher Dela Pole is a driven, talented furniture designer with a knack for putting a bit of whimsy and humor into his functional designs. His Palm Tree (above) seems just the piece for an

SWAG Box 3

Christopher Dela Pole

Founder and owner of Squared Furniture, Christopher Dela Pole is a driven, talented furniture designer with a knack for putting a bit of whimsy and humor into his functional designs. His Palm Tree (above) seems just the piece for an

Platter in Blue

Jeffrey Haddorff

Jeffrey Haddorff is a ceramicist working in Northeast Minneapolis. His pieces are lively variations on traditional forms, largely platters and vases. Jeffrey’s work has been on display lately in Chicago, Montana and Seattle, so we’re glad to have some of

Platter in Blue

Jeffrey Haddorff

Jeffrey Haddorff is a ceramicist working in Northeast Minneapolis. His pieces are lively variations on traditional forms, largely platters and vases. Jeffrey’s work has been on display lately in Chicago, Montana and Seattle, so we’re glad to have some of

Pix in Walnut

Patrick Carmody & Kfir Shetrit

Patrick and Kfir are two designers from two very different backgrounds, but they come together in their studio obsessively crafted design to make beautiful, imaginative prototype furniture. With ocd, they express their shared belief in simple, minimal, functional furniture through

Pix in Walnut

Patrick Carmody & Kfir Shetrit

Patrick and Kfir are two designers from two very different backgrounds, but they come together in their studio obsessively crafted design to make beautiful, imaginative prototype furniture. With ocd, they express their shared belief in simple, minimal, functional furniture through