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Current Artists

Michael Cimino Michael Cimino is a Multi-disciplinary artist residing in Saint Peter, Minnesota. Along with his recent graduation from the Master of Arts program at Minnesota State University, Mankato, Michael has apprenticed and studied under multiple artists from a wide array of backgrounds. His practice as an artist ranges from mural art in the Southern Minnesota region to internationally showcased ceramic sculpture and performances in the Midwestern arts community.

Michael Cimino

Michael Cimino is a Multi-disciplinary artist residing in Saint Peter, Minnesota. Along with his recent graduation from the Master of Arts program at Minnesota State University, Mankato, Michael has apprenticed and studied under multiple artists from a wide array of backgrounds. His practice as an artist ranges from mural art in the Southern Minnesota region to internationally showcased ceramic sculpture and performances in the Midwestern arts community.

Mary Gibney Mary Gibney is a Minneapolis based artist who uses a variety of methods to explore the innate human need for expression and image-making. I make paintings with gouache and acrylics, hand-printed monotypes on paper and collages using drawings, painted scraps, and paper ephemera. Growing up in Minneapolis, Gibney was drawn to alleys, obsolete objects, scraps, castoffs, old buildings, and odd collections. Today, Gibney is still fascinated by morbid anatomy, anatomical models, wall charts of body parts, taxidermied anthropomorphic creatures, human oddities and freaks of nature.

Mary Gibney

Mary Gibney is a Minneapolis based artist who uses a variety of methods to explore the innate human need for expression and image-making. I make paintings with gouache and acrylics, hand-printed monotypes on paper and collages using drawings, painted scraps, and paper ephemera.

Growing up in Minneapolis, Gibney was drawn to alleys, obsolete objects, scraps, castoffs, old buildings, and odd collections. Today, Gibney is still fascinated by morbid anatomy, anatomical models, wall charts of body parts, taxidermied anthropomorphic creatures, human oddities and freaks of nature.

Ute Bertog Growing up in Germany, artist Ute Bertog resettled to the U.S. in 1998. This move gave impulse to follow her life-long dream of becoming an artist after her initial training in economics and marketing. Following this passion, Bertog graduated in 2005 from the Minneapolis College of Art & Design with a degree in painting. Since then she has exhibited her work locally among others at Rosalux Gallery, TuckUnder Projects, the Soap Factory and Soo Visual Arts Center. Regional venues include the Rochester Art Center in Rochester, MN; the DeVos Art Museum in Marquette, MI; the Plains Art Museum in Fargo, ND and the Sioux City Art Center in Iowa. She currently lives and works in St. Paul, Minnesota

Ute Bertog

Growing up in Germany, artist Ute Bertog resettled to the U.S. in 1998. This move gave impulse to follow her life-long dream of becoming an artist after her initial training in economics and marketing. Following this passion, Bertog graduated in 2005 from the Minneapolis College of Art & Design with a degree in painting. Since then she has exhibited her work locally among others at Rosalux Gallery, TuckUnder Projects, the Soap Factory and Soo Visual Arts Center. Regional venues include the Rochester Art Center in Rochester, MN; the DeVos Art Museum in Marquette, MI; the Plains Art Museum in Fargo, ND and the Sioux City Art Center in Iowa. She currently lives and works in St. Paul, Minnesota

 
Jesse Hickman In the late 80's, Hickman began making minimal abstract paintings and sculptures. This self-taught work earned Hickman the first of his two Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grants. Work from this period was included in exhibitions at the Bemis Foundation, Rose Art Museum, the Renaissance Society and multiple gallery exhibitions. Hickman's work is in numerous public, private, and corporate collections, and has been in over 80 solo and group exhibitions. Hickman received a second Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant in 2015, which helped make possible this current body of work. Hickman lives in Northern Michigan in the fabulous village on northport with 500 year round residents. 

Jesse Hickman

In the late 80's, Hickman began making minimal abstract paintings and sculptures. This self-taught work earned Hickman the first of his two Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grants. Work from this period was included in exhibitions at the Bemis Foundation, Rose Art Museum, the Renaissance Society and multiple gallery exhibitions. Hickman's work is in numerous public, private, and corporate collections, and has been in over 80 solo and group exhibitions. Hickman received a second Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant in 2015, which helped make possible this current body of work. Hickman lives in Northern Michigan in the fabulous village on northport with 500 year round residents.