Narratives between reality and uncertainty, told through abstract figurative paintings.
Open Studio Visit - Fall St. Paul Art Crawl - 25th Year Anniversary
Visit the artists' studios of Lowertown and downtown St. Paul.
Meet and support your local artists.
Collect original artwork.
The Art Crawl is a unique opportunity for guests to visit the artists' studios of Lowertown, meet and talk to the artists in the very place that the work is created. 20 different building locations open for a three-day weekend in downtown and throughout St. Paul. This is a chance for collectors to purchase work directly from the artist while learning about their background and process and the story behind their work.
Open Studio Visit:
October 14, 15, 16, 2016
Fri: 6-10pm, Sat: 12-8pm, Sun: 12-5pm
Northern Warehouse - Studio 516
308 Prince St (4th & Broadway)
Lowertown St. Paul MN
Northern Warehouse is located in Lowertown at 308 Prince St., above Black Dog Cafe at 4th & Broadway. Parking is available behind the Northern Warehouse or at the Union Depot lots at Kellogg & Broadway
View the map:
Take the Green Line to downtown St. Paul, to the Union Depot station (last stop). Stay on 4th street and walk 2 blocks east to Broadway. www.metrotransit.org/metro-green-line
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Kara Hendershot is a mixed-media figurative painter based in Lowertown St. Paul, Minnesota. Her paintings reveal stories of the quiet, solitary, and widely misunderstood side of human existence. She combines abstraction and realism to create a complex layering process reflecting themes in her work of estrangement, disintegration, and resilience.
Kara Hendershot has been an active participant and volunteer in the biannual St. Paul Art Crawl since 2004. She has served as a Board Member of Altered Esthetics Gallery in Minneapolis, and as a mentor for Free Arts Minnesota, an arts healing program for abused children. Kara currently works out of her studio in Lowertown.
This will be Kara Hendershot's last St. Paul Art Crawl at her studio. Please join her for the open-studio in October.
*image features She Could No Longer See Home by Kara Hendershot, 62" x 52"