Adam Turman

Adam Turman's bold illustrations riff Minnesota culture with stylized takes on everything from the Stone Arch Bridge to Babe the Blue Ox. His work celebrates a distinctively Minnesotan love of the great outdoors. Adam got his start as an artist by making gig posters for bands coming through popular Twin Cities venues. His work can now be found in galleries and private collections worldwide.

Dyani White Hawk

Dyani White Hawk (Sičáŋǧu Lakota) is a visual artist and independent curator based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. White Hawk earned a MFA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison (2011) and BFA from the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico (2008).

Tayo Onadein

Born in Nigeria, Tayo Onadein now lives in North Carolina, the historic center of the U.S. furniture and textile makers. His work has been sold in the finest markets from London to New York to Australia. He is a graduate of the famous Philadelphia College of Textiles and Science.

Laurie Jacobi

A graphic artist turned storyteller, Laurie Jacobi is based in Minnesota where the great outdoors and Scandinavian legends of nature inspire her art. Her work has been exhibited in Norwegian and Swedish heritage museums from Seattle to Washington D.C and in Scandinavia itself.

Jimmy Reagan

Jimmy Reagan is an extremely gifted artist who has been creating art since 2009. Diagnosed with complex autism at age 2 and a half, Jimmy’s work offers him a means to illustrate his perspective of the world. Reagan is a true outsider artist as he has no formal training. His work is expressive and inventive while innocent and sophisticated at the same time. Jimmy’s favorite subjects are portraits, both people and animals.