Tara Innmon – Featured Artist November & December 2017
Meet her on Saturday November 4 from 3 to 4:30.
Tara Innmon Featured Artist
We have art from 90-100 artists including: Tom Cornish (fused glass); Megan Moore (painter); Mary Holland (marblized paper, leather, and tile); Bev Golberg (necklaces and earrings); Kathleen Crook (collage earrings and ceramics); and Becky Kroll (silk scarves handcrafted with an Asian influence).
The Art Shoppe is artist-owned and managed, and it has been in its current Global Market space for 5-1/2 years. We have six owners and 90 to 100 consignors. Each of our artists is from Minnesota, and all of our art is made in Minnesota.
The Art Shoppe’s mission is to provide a viable business place for Minnesota artists to display and sell their work, to gain business and marketing skills, and to mentor and empower one another to increase artists’ exposure and income.
We promote opportunities for artists who represent a diverse community and have experienced poverty and/or unique life challenges.
Every Monday every item at The Art Shoppe is 10% off. And you can enjoy some of the very best food in the Twin Cities — not, of course, in the Art Shoppe itself, but in Midtown Global Market.
Bruce Ario has joined the 100+ artists and authors whose work is at The Art Shoppe every day. He will read from his inspiring memoir Friday night from 5:30-7 p.m. Be prepared to be challenged and inspired.
1-1/2 hours free parking in the ramp with a merchant’s purchase stamp.
Carole Hallman gives articles of clothing new and exciting lives, undoubtedly making undyed coats, hats, and other pieces insanely jealous.
She began a journey into surface design in 2007, and now creates stunning, unique items for men, women and children. She shares some of her work with Art Shoppe customers. Click here to learn more about Carole and about Delightfully Dyed, including her Dye Lab classes.
Men’s Overdyed Upcycled Wool Coat
10% off all items at the Art Shoppe on Mondays.
1-1/2 hours free parking in the ramp with a Merchants’ stamp.
Minnesotans will trickle back from their cabins by Labor Day, which, coincidentally, is the last day of the Minnesota State Fair, the most fun 12 days on the calendar.
Next stop: The Art Shoppe at Midtown Global Market for the work of 90-100 Minnesota artists. All Minnesota artists. All the time. Expand your vision with artists whose work sits in the dictionary next to the word “unique.”
Tara Innmon (paintings, prints, cards); Holly Tripp (Matryoshka Dolls, Painter & Crafter); Mary-Lydia Andersen (ceramics: bunnybowls).
Marilyn Morrison (polymer clay Steampunk robots); Susan Gainen (abstract paintings and coloring pages, whimsical wildlife paintings, prints, cards); Bambi Johnson (metal murals).
Amoke Kubat is recovering from a car accident and has cancelled tonight’s reading. Please send her your best wishes for recovery. Her voice is needed at the upcoming women’s conference in Washington DC (and, back at The Art Shoppe when she’s better.)
In the meantime, READ HER BOOK!
Amoke Kubat — Twin Cities based author, playwright, community organizer and Revered Wise Elder will read from Missing Mama at the Art Shoppe at Midtown Global Market on Friday night, June 10 from 5:30-7.
This stunning coming of age story chronicles the journey of a motherless black girl from childhood to young womanhood with clarity and grace. Much has been written about the effect of missing fathers, this book opens a door to understanding the effect of missing mothers.
10% off everything on every Monday. 100 Minnesota artists’ work in one place. Come to the Market for food and art.