STUDIO NEWS:  2022
 

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2022 ON THE BOARDS:  Public Art Commissions scheduled for 2022: 

  • Lakeville Center for the Arts, Exterior Plaza Sculpture, Lakeville, Minnesota 

  • Metro Blue Line South Loop, Place-making Sculpture, Bloomington, Minnesota

  • MN State Arts Board Grant, Public Sculpture, North Shore Winery, Lutsen, Minnesota

  • Old Town Newhall Library, Book-Bike Sculpture, Santa Clarita, California

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APRIL 2022 Mueller Studio in collaboration with ISG Landscape Architects will finish installing the Burnsville Fire Station #1 Placemaking Project this spring. The features will include a sculptural Ladder of Trust, LED hose lighting, benches with a Fire Department Timeline, an interactive Hydrant Mister, and interactive Tetrahedron sculpture

 

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DECEMBER 1 2021: Finalist round begins for Muscatine, Iowa round about sculpture; 

 

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AUGUST 2021 Installation of BIrchbark Bike Rack; Grand Rapids Minnesota Public Library Mississippi River Trail

Thanks to the City of Grand Rapids Arts Commission and the Arrowhead Region Library Grant Funding 

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JUNE 2021    

Art4Trails is pleased to announce the selection of four artists for the fifth year of Art4Trails public art installations along the bike trails near downtown Rochester, MN.

Kristopher Tiffany | Slatterly Park
Sunghee Min | River Landing
Jamie Weinfurter | Recreational trail south of 7th Street NW at Silver Lake
Greg Mueller | Mayo Park East

Artists selected for installations this summer all live in Minnesota, from Lutsen to Rochester. Kristopher Tiffany, originally from Arizona, is a Rochester resident and a stained glass artist at Willet Hauser Architectural Glass in Winona. Sunghee Min, now of Roseville, was born in South Korea and emigrated to the United States in 1995. In the past year, she has had public art installations in Bemidji, MN, Chicago IL, and Clive, IA. Selected artist for the second year, Jamie Weinfurter lives in Minneapolis and is the creator of Loom, currently sited at Mayo Park east. Although hailing from the North Shore, Greg Mueller is familiar to Rochester, having been a part of the 2020 Arts Elevated Regional Juried Exhibition at the Rochester International Airport.