East Side Art Gallery
Open Monday-Friday 9am-3pm
We offer a beautiful selection of handmade greeting cards, jewelry, sculpture, handbags, artwork, pottery, and fiber art from MN makers. Stop by and purchase a gift for a loved one or a new item for yourself while supporting local artists!
We seek to represent the diversity and overwhelming talent of our local community in our gallery pieces. Artists include: Marilyn Meyer, Tom Nelson, Juan Parker, Susan Turnock, Erik Riese, Heartifactory by Stacie Brown Forbes, Anne Spooner, Kim Hanks, Kitty Anderson, Mem Lloyd, Rolanda Taylor-Enroth, Shakun Maheshwari, Diane Michele May, Chelsea Schroeder, and more!
Our gallery is located at:
977 Payne Ave, St. Paul, MN 55130.
Call us at 651.774.5422 if you have any questions!
~ All gallery sales cash or check only!~
Ana Laura Juarez
is a Mexican-American visual and curator based in Minneapolis, MN. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Print, Paper, Book at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design in 2014. She is a printmaker, painter, drawer and collage artist. Juarez has exhibited her work both internationally and nationally in institutions including the Hamilton Wood Type and Printmaking Museum in Manitowoc, Wisconsin; the Trammell and Margaret Crow Collection of Asian Art, in Dallas, Texas; and the Cairo Opera House in Cairo, Egypt. Currently, Juarez is a studio artist at the Northrup King Building in the Northeast Arts District.
is a Filipino-American illustrator from the San Francisco Bay Area, currently calling Minneapolis, MN his home. He enjoys producing images that reveal multiple layers within a story, focusing on the use of texture and color. Dennis is the co-founder of Campfire Comics and Stories, a series of risograph-printed anthology comic books and publications. He received a BA in Art from the University of California, Santa Cruz and an MFA from the Minneapolis College of Art & Design. His work has shown in California, Minnesota, and New York.
Can’t make it to the opening? No problem!
Love Lines will be on view through August in the East Side Art Gallery.
Come see it anytime during our normal hours: Monday-Friday 9am-3pm