• 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. 

  • Interior Artistry at Work: Rachele Krivichi Elevates Living Spaces Sustainably

    Expanding her artistic vision into an intentional shaping of interior spaces proved to be an intuitive offshoot of Rachele Krivichi's established artistic mission. “Interior decorating might seem like the antithesis of my other work, which focuses on outdoor exploration, but I don’t see it that way,” explained Rachele.

  • Chaz Sandifer: Racial Equity, Wellness, and Healing

    Chaz is a coach and grassroots community activist who fosters racial health and equity through fitness, wellness, and nutrition. She guides her clients to healthier ways of life through her fitness coaching, cooking demonstrations, and exercise classes

  • The Free Book Buggie: An Open Book Bookin’ It to Your Neighborhood

    Since 2018 Debbie Beck and her partners with The Free Book Buggie have placed 310,000 books in the hands of the children throughout the Twin Cities and the surrounding metro area. 

  • Spreading some sunshine: Twofold Blooms brings fresh flowers to those who need them most

    Marie Schuhwerck hated to see the waste generated by the brief life of beautiful floral arrangements. They had so much beauty still to share; there had to be another option rather than moving them to the trash