• Fusing Light and Color: Paulie’s Glass Studio Creates Eye-Catching Designs

    Pauline Reller of Farmington’s Paulie's Studio shapes glass into eye-catching designs. Pauline creates dishes, jewelry, magnets, and wall hangings.

  • Legacy Building: Lara Cornell’s Artistic Business Vision

    From her own botanical paintings to the coaching she provides artists and artisans, Lara Cornell challenges her community to consider the long-term impact of their work. Impact includes eco-impact, social justice, equality, biodiversity, and economic questions. Lara disrupts the myth of the starving artist in order to empower creatives to found sustainable, economically-sound businesses that make the world a little more fair. 

  • Primitiva Jewelry: Ethical Jewelry For You, the Artisan, and the Planet

    Meet Laura Merino-Franco of Primitiva Jewelry and learn about her conscientious approach to jewelry making. “I feel a responsibility to create ethically and from a place of clear intent,” reflected Laura.

  • Creative Inspiration: Alyssa Whetstone’s Vivid Minnesota Watercolors

    From her Eagan studio, Alyssa Whetstone studies Minnesota plants, landmarks, and architecture. She brings them to life in her artwork.

  • Black Loon Studio: Celebrating Minnesota’s Wonders

    Amanda Black of Black Loon Studio is thrilled to be working at her dream job every day. Her distinctive prints embrace the best of Minnesota's natural wonders.  

  • See Carrie Color: Wit, Wisdom and Sidewalk Chalk

    With wit and sidewalk chalk, Carrie Jarvis of See Carrie Color brings vividly vibrant messages to inspire and bring joy wherever people tread. Based in Saint Paul, Carrie creates chalk pieces, digital download prints, and stickers