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Putting the art in Artspace

Artspace provides affordable live/work space for more than 1,100 artists and their families.  Meet some of the individual artists who bring vitality to our spaces.

Ryan Tischer

Ryan Tischer

Fine Art Landscape Photography of North America with a concentration on the Lake Superior region

Gizelle Vargas

Gizelle's photos are characterized by the use of everyday objects and or people; by exploring the concept of landscape in a nostalgic way, she focuses on the idea of ‘public spaces’ where any thing can happen at any given moment - throughout New York City.

Kirk Vaughn-Robinson

Sculpting for Kirk, Harvester resident, is a combination of deep meditation and problem solving. He recently moved to Council Bluffs, IA after completing a 12 year run as a cast member in the national Broadway tour of The Phantom of the Opera. He has been sculpting since 2008 and is self taught.

Rachel Vitko

Rachel's artwork combines her love for painting with the functionality of pottery. She has always been drawn to plant life and all forms of nature for inspiration. 

Timothy Voelker

Timothy Voelker is an American director, producer, and screenwriter residing in Elgin Artspace Lofts. Timothy's film was shown at the D.C. Independent Film Festival in March 2016. 

Jamie Von Stratton, Queen of the Roses Ken Lapworth

J. Von Stratton

J. Von Stratton is a performer and designer residing in Seattle at the Artspace Hiawatha Lofts. She has been performing for nearly a decade and is an original member of the Burlesque supertroupe, The Atomic Bombshells.

Paula Weiner

In one of the first shows Paula Weiners entered, Peter Plagens, an art critic at Newsweek Magazine described her work as "funny, concise, and direct." Weiner has gone on to exhibit her art in diverse venues such as the Hoyt Musem, The Monmouth Museum, The Lexington Art League, and Fallingwater, as well as The Andy Warhol Museum among various other galleries.

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Grant Wesley

Photography gave Grant the discipline and job skills that have carried him throughout his life. Although there were times that he had no equipment or  thought he was finished with photography, he was always drawn back in to its grasp. For the last fifteen years Grant has been documenting Reno, Nevada.   

Mark Whitlock

In 2010 Mark had three brain aneurysms and lost his memory along with his ability to do most of the things most of us consider simple: writing, talking, walking, etc. Mark did remember how to do one thing; take photographs. 

Monica L. Williams

Monica L Williams, a El Barrio's Artspace PS109 resident, is a New York City based curator and transmedia artist whose works have been presented at leading performing arts institutions across the United States.

Austin Williams

Austin Williams serves as Executive Producer for What’s Good 206 (WG206), a online magazine format show that produces segments focused on “feel good” and “inspirational” stories centered in the Greater Seattle area. A recent graduate of the University of Washington, Williams recieved his Bachelors of Arts in Journalism in 2015.

Chenoa Williams

Self taught Bead Artist in Pan Contemporary Native American beadwork, Chenoa has spent the past 15+ years working on learning different techniques, and using materials to make clutches, bracelets/cuffs, earrings, necklaces, and medallions from her live/work studio in Duluth.

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