michelle fuller (map #57)
ImageOn is a photopolymer film that lets you expose photos onto a copper intaglio plates. I use it instead to build up my abstractions onto the plate. I have just started exposing images this year.
carla brown (map #76)
I am an intuitive, organic painter. I apply bright acrylic paint to unique shapes and sizes of wood that is collected and prepared in my wood shop. Sealed with satin sealer. The prints/cards are fun!
John cartwright (map #51)
I execute ink drawings of Midwestern railroad subjects. I use technical pens and a straightedge. The drawings are based on photos taken by myself 45-50 years ago.
peggy simonson (map #6)
Red Wing, MN
I paint both realistic and abstract watercolors, often incorporating collage, using substrates varying between paper and canvas. I also paint with oils using either brush or palette knives.
Beth Sievers (map #28)
I create encaustic paintings on reclaimed wood from a local wood turner and cabinet company. Often the bark and shape of the wood inspires the art. Texture and shellac burns are often incorporated.
Sue rowe (map #104)
My work is created mainly with soft pastels, acrylic or oil paint. A wide variety of surfaces are used - from very fine papers to Masonite prepared with gesso, pumice, and acrylic paint.
karri jamison (map #54)
Acrylic paint and hand drawn graphite on canvas. Abstract backgrounds & realistic nature iconography. All work is drawn and painted free-hand and stems from many hours of observation and imagination.
art kenyon (map #11)
Red Wing, MN
Art Kenyon has an established career working with mediums of drawing, painting and printmaking. Painting with rich brushstrokes and subtle tones, drawing with fine detail, printing with bold shapes.
alyssa laws (map #110)
St. Cloud, MN
I use a technique called “Dotilism” to create my paintings. It’s essentially using acrylic paint and a tool that makes dots. I use those dots to form circle after circle in the form of a mandala.