Wednesday, July 15, 2015, 03:41 PMOn a trip to Tucson AZ a few years ago we came across the work of Mel Dominguez at the Tucson Tamale Factory. Mel is their artist in residence and we were immediately taken by her work. It is a mixture of stong Chicano and LA street art roots with comic book, border culture and musical playfulness. Her wonderful sense of color and storytelling combine to make pieces that we felt had to been seen in the Midwest.
With the help of local arts organizations we were able to bring Mel to the Red Wing Anderson Center's summer event. She spent a day talking to local artists, art lovers, Anderson Center residency artists, tourists and everyone else who came by to see and help her paint her mural. With a bit of touch up work and mounting the stretchers all together the work is now finished and on display at the Red Wing Art Association galleries at the Amtrak Depot. From there it will move back to the Anderson for the Winter show opening in December. Click on the image to see it larger.
Mel's Blog Entry About Her Red Wing Experience
Wednesday, October 9, 2013, 12:57 PMThis year is the 47th annual Fall Festival of the Arts in Red Minnesota. We have worked with six of the featured artists: Julie Crabtree a fabric artist and painter, Dan Wiemer a watercolor artist, Peg Simonson is a painter, photographers Chap Achen and Lori Horsic, and musician and composer Neal Toplif. The art show is Sat and Sun Oct 12th and 13th.
It is suppose to be a beautiful weekend. Come on down to Red Wing and see the sights and experience the art and music of these regional artists and more.
. Work by Julie Crabtree. Fabric piece printed as a Giclee on canvas.
Saturday, October 5, 2013, 01:34 PMWe once again have been called on by Richfield MN artist Tim Turenne to print one of his winning wildlife stamp images. This year it is the pheasant stamp for Minnesota.
For information on ordering a print visit Tim's website at www.wildforlife.net
Saturday, October 5, 2013, 12:10 PMThis months issue of Digital Output magazine features a story on scanning and large format printing. We are featured in the article for our work with the Anderson Center in Red Wing and photographer Rob Meyer. The issue includes a large reproduction of an image taken by John Anderson around 1915 of his sister Jean looking into a very early movie camera.
John, son of A.P. Anderson, the creator of Puffed Wheat and Puffed Rice, would later go on to be one of the first abstract painters in the Midwest. His wife Eugenie Anderson was the first woman to hold a US ambassador to a foreign country.
Additional images include a second John Anderson photograph taken later of his sisters and friends and a contemporary medium format film photograph taken by Rob Meyer in South Dakota.
All of the images in the article were printed on our Epson printers at 40 inches high by 40 to 50 inches wide. The Anderson Center images are on permanent display in the restored barn at the center. Rob's image is part of a series that will eventually be in a new Bloomington MN restaurant.
A PDF of the issue is available online. Flip to pages 48-53
Thursday, March 14, 2013, 02:30 PM
We are once again hosting an open studio as part of the Red Wing area artists Studio Ramble. So if you are in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis/St. Paul, Rochester, Winona, Western Wisconsin or any place in between, come pay us a visit. Saturday and Sunday 10 AM to 5 PM April 27th and 28th.
This is our 12th year and we are proud to say that once again we were asked to design and supervise the printing of the brochure. Yes we are printers, but we do custom printing in small quantities — from one to two hundred prints of works of art and photography. But as a printer we have access to commercial printers that only print to the trade (i.e. other printers). So when we need thousands (five to ten thousand in fact!) we prep the files and turn to the big press printers.
So yes we can handle all your fine art printing needs from needing a scan and single Giclee print of your art work, to providing you with hundreds or thousands of poster prints, gallery invitations, greeting cards and signs.
Pay us a visit during the Studio Ramble, or give us a call or email any other time of the year and let us show you what we can do to help you.
For more on the Studio Ramble visit: www.studioramble.com