Thursday, March 13, 2014
Eddie Hamilton’s work is primarily acrylic on canvas but also includes mixed media on wood panel. His direct and playful work represents the emotion, energy, and interactions of people in their communities.
Eddie’s paintings are developed after research and reflection on the concept to be represented. Currently, his work is the result of studying gentrification and interpersonal human urban contact. Acrylics, ink, and crayon are used because of the ability to quickly apply and layer these materials resulting in a continuous flow of work in one sitting.
His visual representation of people and the urban setting has been greatly influenced by his childhood in California. His fascination with communities and the urban life is a result of living in vastly different areas as a child and an adult search for a sense of a community to call his own.
Eddie will be featured on MN Original on the following dates, times and channels:
3/23/2014 – 10:00 PM on Channel 2
3/23/2014 – 6:00 PM on Channel 2
3/24/2014 – 7:00 PM in SW MN
3/24/2014 – 1:00 AM in SW MN
3/24/2014 – 7:00 AM in SW MN
3/24/2014 – 4:00 AM on Channel 2
3/27/2014 – 9:30 PM on Life
3/28/2014 – 3:30 AM on Life
Friday, February 07, 2014
Modern Midwest featured Emily Johnson of EC Design was featured in Modern Midwest along with her minimalist mixed metal wedding rings.
Friday, February 07, 2014
Congratulations to Sharra Frank (Studio 469) on being selected for the Mosaic Arts International 2014 exhibition! The juried exhibit was selected by jurors Guilio Menossi (Udine, Italy), Jeannine Falino, (New York, New York) and Reginald C. Adams (Houston, TX). The exhibit will be held April 24th – May 30th at the Williams Tower Gallery. Sharra will also return as a teaching artists, offering two workshops at the conference. See more of Sharra’s work at www.sharrafrank.com
For more information about the Mosaic Arts International exhibition go to www.americanmosaics.org
Sunday, February 02, 2014
When Emily Johnson started her business as a jeweler, she really didn’t want to work on wedding rings. Things changed when couples started looking for mixed metals and a less traditional minimalist style. Now most of her time is dedicated to designing and hand crafting custom wedding rings.
This article is just in time for Valentine’s day.
Thursday, October 31, 2013
Lithographer Kurt Seaberg enjoys the medium because of the foggy, atmospheric moods he is able to create. Lithography was developed in 1796 based on the simple chemical principle that oil and water repel each other, and the process Seaberg employs has changed little since that time.
Kurt Seaberg’s prints capture the many moods of Minnesota with real and imagined landscapes. Kurt Seaberg is also known for his intricate line drawings of the Sami people, the indigenous people of Northern Scandinavia. What began as a way to connect with his father’s work and his own culture has now become a useful education tool; these detailed images are combined with bilingual historical facts and dates into an annual calendar that has even been employed by some schools in Norway and Sweden.
An active member of the Highpoint Center for Printmaking since 2003, Seaberg’s Sami works were presented alongside his lithographic prints in the Osher Gallery in the Nelson Cultural Center of the American Swedish Institute in early 2013.
View his story on MN Original by clicking on the following links:
Wednesday, June 06, 2012
Custom Woven Interiors
Bringing color and design home with Rep weave
As a designer, Marshall takes a contemporary approach to traditional designs. In this beautifully photographed volume she provides insight into her own design process for working with the versatile Rep Weave technique. She shares her tips for finding design inspiration and translating that inspiration into a woven textile.
In Custom Woven Interiors Marshall presents 18 project sets of related items for every room in the home. Weavers at any level, designers, and anyone interested in contemporary fabrics for interiors will find this book a valuable resource.
Monday, October 26, 2009
Out of thousands of submissions, Chase Jarvis, one of the world’s best known photographers, selected this photo by NKB artist Dan Marshall as the winning entry in his Best Camera photo contest.