Pat Spinosa Photographs Magic
Pat Spinosa is a photographer who makes magic. In her work, at the intersection of science and visuality, she creates new and beautiful worlds with un-retouched photography of ice and water.
A vast collection of her pieces is on the wall in The Art Shoppe until the end of February 2018. Don’t miss it.
Art Shoppe Housekeeping
The Art Shoppe, located on the Lake Street side of the Midtown Global Market for almost seven years, has six owners and 90 artist-consignors. Each artist is a Minnesotan, and every piece is made in Minnesota by a Minnesota artist. The Shoppe is open 7 days. Every Monday, every item except books, CDs and calendars, is 10% off.
Many Art Shoppe artists are unabashed cat lovers, and they enthusiastically create cat images. Most of the artists are kept (ruled, bossed) by cats who direct their photography and participate in their art projects. This is the first Cats of the Art Shoppe post. More will follow!
Of course these images are for sale!
Kim Buell’s Cats
Neither of these cats belong to Kim. The Black and White cat belongs to a neighbor who has more than a dozen. This is the only one willing to pose. The Cat The Shadow belongs to her friend Bill.
Kip Shane’s Cats
Bastet — the City Kitty, has the most astonishing green eyes. Unless, of course, you find Bella’s eyes mesmerizing. Kip has both a magic camera and two cats eager to pose.
Kip Shane: Bastet
Kip Shane Bella Looking Up
10% off on Mondays
Stop in to see more Cat Art!
Celebrate Creative Spark with Pamela Veeder
Raindrops on Glory
Ask Pamela Veeder about her creative process
I have been lucky. Creativity in any form has always been expected and encouraged.
Reflections on Science
“This artwork is one expression of my spark.”
Pam Veeder Shadows at the Conservatory
Sauk River 1
Learn more about her “blend of urban and rural that gives her work a unique perspective.”
Pamela currently co-hosts Open Flow Forum, a First Thursday event, in cooperation with VSA Minnesota. In 2011, she produced the critically acclaimed No Change of Address for the Minnesota Fringe Festival.
She is a Board Member Emeritus with the Minnesota Theater Association of Community Theatres (MACT) and she served on the Central Minnesota Arts Board for many years.
At the Art Shoppe!
November 19, 2015
During the past 20 years, Kim Buell has worked with her hands making art that is inspired by nature, people, and everyday experiences.
During this Meet & Greet, Kim will answer everyone’s questions about her photography, her process, and her inspirations from nature. She will also talk about the jewelry and other objects that she creates from various forms of clay.
The Art Shoppe’s North Wall is full of Kim’s photographs. Come and see them.
Kim Buell, photographer