The Gift of Art

Purchase original art and support our artists!

If Ordering Curbside Pick-up, staff will call you when your purchase is ready! Each piece is also available to ship to your (or your friends) door for $8.

Adam Smith

Adam Smith is a graduate of Saint Cloud State University with a BFA in 2
dimensional media and integrated media. His paintings focus on isolation and
separation of space and fractured time. Adam chooses several mediums to translate
his narrative through many dialogs such as welding, painting, and fabrication.

Anne-Sawyer

Anne Sawyer has a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Latin American Studies, with emphasis in Creative Writing from the University of Wisconsin at Madison, Graduating with Distinction. Anne has worked as a puppeteer, arts educator, and stilt walker for many
Twin Cities groups, including In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre, Open Eye Figure Theatre, the Ordway, the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Chicks on Sticks, ArtStart, and the Minnesota Zoo.

BrieAnna Lindquist

BrieAnna Lindquist is a UX designer, Graphic designer, Activist, and Educator. Her work communicates her interest in daily life and the objects in it. BrieAnna is intrigued by the feelings of individuals and their owned possessions and promotes this train of thought in her community-based works. BrieAnna is a graduate of Saint Cloud state university with a BFA in graphic design

Francheska Wortman

Francheska Wortman is an artist intrigued by the vintage and eclectic. She is self-taught through experience and experimental artistry. Francheska’s jewelry is complied of unique finds adhered together to create one of a kind gems.

Joni Stambaugh

Joni Stambaugh Is a local fiber artist, creating home-crafted garments utilizing antique machinery. Joni’s tool of trade is a 1918 antique sock-knitting machine. These machines were created in the early 1900’s to aid in the war effort to keep soldiers in warm, dry socks and alleviate trench foot and gangrene.
Today, wool socks are an essential part of clothing in the cold temperatures of the northern hemisphere. Wool keeps your feet warm, wicks moisture and provides superior comfort to a cotton sock.
In an effort to reduce, reuse and recycle, yarn remnants are used to create socks for the homeless. No fiber goes to waste! Last year, 50 pairs of wool socks were donated to Minnesota charities in the Twin Cities Area. Joni views this as a positive way to give back to the community.

Karen Anderson

Karen Anderson is a retired elementary art educator and arts consultant for the Hopkins Public Schools. She especially enjoys teaching drawing and painting. Her personal artmaking interests range from drawing and painting, to photography, to
pottery. She is an avid traveler and outdoor enthusiast.

Kevin Miner

Kevin is a local Saint Paul artist whose interest in the natural beauty of wood has helped him create these timeless and unexpected gems. These unique bow ties bring a sense of casual formality to any setting. Every tie is handcrafted by Kevin and is unlike another with each its own story!

Lisa Himmelstrup

Lisa Himmelstrup is a teacher, art therapist, and clay artist with over 30 years experience in classroom and community settings, including teaching ceramics for 14 years at St. Paul Central High School. She currently teaches at the Northern Clay Center, and creates her own clay work in her home studio for shows and sales.

Marie Olofsdotter

Marie Olofsdotter arts reflect a love of nature and a devotion of her voice through her individual journey of the soul. Whether taking the form of a poetry, painting, or mixed media, Marie’s artwork is a means of communication, a kind of storytelling.
As a visual artist, the signature style of her paintings are a lyrical magical realism—saturated with color.

Paul Wenner

Paul Wenner is a psychologist and artist working in central Minnesota. Paul is intrigued by nature and the world around him and has worked as a bowl turner for the past four years. These beautiful, handcrafted, one of a kind bowls, not only can be utilized as decoration, but also can be used as serving bowls for those fancy nights with friends, or for you and your family day to day.

Ruby Sevilla

Ruby Sevilla is Minneapolis based artist with a BA in Studio Art and women’s studies. Her mediums vary from tapestry to ceramics to works on paper. Ruby is an energetic eclectic person with love for natural reused materials. Utilizing found objects and repurposing them allows her to create works while also reducing waste within our planet.

Teresa Goodall

Teresa Goodall was a local Saint Paul self-taught artist and jewelry designer. Teresa
used color combinations she saw in nature to create one of a kind whimsical works of art. The combination of natural and resin-based materials layered within one stunning piece of jewelry, allow the viewers to admire the world around them.
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