Giclee Printing Artists News
Tim Turenne Wins Again! 
Friday, October 13, 2017, 07:46 PM
Richfield MN artist Tim Turenne won four of the five Minnesota stamps this year: Walleye, Salmon, Duck and Turkey. In addition he won the Critical Habitat license plate design. The only stamp he did not win this year was Pheasant. But then again, he was not eligible — Tim won that one last year.

We have printed for Tim for nearly ten years and in that time we have seen him grow exponentially as an artist. His sense of color is amazing. Once again, congratulations Tim. Here is this years Turkey Stamp



Here is Tim's website for more information:
www.wildforlife.net/

Richard Ward Featured in New Clinic 
Wednesday, October 4, 2017, 07:34 PM

The new Alina Health Clinic in River Falls had its grand opening today. In the new facilities are four of River Falls artist Richard Ward's works. Three of them have been hung as a wonderful triptych. The pieces are 36X42 each and printed on canvas.

More about Richard and his art here: www.richardreynoldsward.com

Midge Bolt at Abode Gallery 
Thursday, July 6, 2017, 10:01 PM
Midge Bolt is featured in a one person exhibit at Abode Gallery in Stockholm Wisconsin. Midges hanging pieces are photographs on cloth with a contemporary image overlaying a historic image of the same scene. We have printed her large scale works for over ten years now and are always excited to see her new pieces. Here is an article about the show in the Red Wing newspaper.

www.republican-eagle.com/life/arts-and-entertainment

Husom & Rose Partner David Husom on KARE 11 News 
Tuesday, July 12, 2016, 11:29 PM
David Husom was interviewed on KARE 11, the local Minneapolis St. Paul NBC affiliate TV station about iconic photographs - those images that represent an era. In particular he talked about the Baton Rouge photo of the protester being arrested that has gone viral. Here is the link to the news story online: Click Here to See the Video




Artist Mary Klein Featured in Minneapolis Star Tribune 
Thursday, June 23, 2016, 09:11 PM
Mary Klein spent more than two years of painting a 10-by-6-foot oil painting of St. Thomas More for the newly named St. Thomas More Catholic Community church in St. Paul. The church, formerly known as St. Luke, has been a landmark on Summit Avenue in St. Paul for over one hundred years. The painting features British St. Thomas More and his family.



We are thrilled to be making the Giclee prints of the painting for Mary. She is a very fine artist and has created a genuine 21st Century masterpiece fitting for this Renaissance lawyer and Lord High Chancellor of England during the tumultuous reign of Henry VIII.

The full article from the Strib is here: www.startribune.com/


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