“Minnehaha Falls is one of Minneapolis' oldest and most popular parks featuring a majestic 53-foot waterfall, limestone bluffs, river overlooks, Sea Salt Eatery, many walking and hiking trails, and more!
And now, for the first time ever, Minnehaha Falls will be the site of Minnesota's newest Art Fair! Celebrate dozens of local artists at the 1st annual Minnehaha Falls Art Fair. Peruse a wide variety of mediums including paintings, ceramics, textiles, screen-printing, woodworking, photography, and more.
There will be items UNDER $30 at every artist booth!”
I’ll be sharing a booth with my pal Sweeney Brown / Art Is Dirty, so you should definitely come.
A benefit for Simpson Housing Services…
Where $35 buys you more than a piece of original artwork, it provides a night of shelter for a person experiencing homelessness.
Art 4 Shelter is an exhibit and sale of original artworks on paper by emerging and established artists.
Featuring over 1,000 original works of art on paper
5″ × 7″ works — $35 each | 8″ × 10″ works — $90 each
Preview: 6 – 7pm | Art Sale: 7 – 9pm
Art sale is free and open to the public.
Complimentary wine and appetizers.
I completed my first 16x20” watercolor self portrait just in time for this exhibition.
A unique satisfaction can be drawn from being able to represent an object, view, being, or feeling in its perfect likeness. Come to view this community collection of portraiture, realism, and apples that don’t fall too far from the tree.”
I will have many pieces from my Body Positive series on display for “Honestly, tho…” This exhibition “brings together the work of artists in a range of media to focus on expressions of visual and textual intimacy. By visualizing traditionally private moments, relationships, bodies, and words, the artworks offer themes of encouragement transformed into resistance and revolution through public disclosure. They testify to the powerful relationships of trust built between subject and artist, and artist and public.”
This is NOT your Church craft sale, this is Betty’s Bizarre Bazaar and she does things her way, quirky some would say.
We have very talented local artists, artisans and crafters that are showcasing their work. And while you're here, sip on a hot drink and view the Mpls skyline from our vertically revolving tables in the sky.
We will be serving brunch and dinner items, strong cocktails and lot’s of fun-make a day of it!
I'll be participating again at the second annual Brew N Stew: Chicago Ave Arts Fest!
There will be tons of artists, tons of food and beer, and tons of good music.
This year they’ll even have rabbits performing on an agility course!
Todd Park, 5600 Chicago Ave, MPLS
((image credit: Brew N Stew))