For an architecture firm, a nice office is a more effective tool than any business card.
John Knuth creates distorted landscapes through his use of the ultra-thin, highly reflective Mylar that not only changes a physical space through its presence, the silvery material also returns a modified image of the viewers, too.
Five thousand pounds of sand. One hundred shiny, pillowy sandbags. Abstract landscape collages. That's the gist of "The Silver Scenery," a new exhibition by Minneapolis-born John Knuth.
Sculptures made out of mylar sandbags and landscape paintings are the work of artist John Knuth, who will exhibit in a solo show at the NewStudio Gallery, presented by NewStudio Architecture and the Orange Advisory.
A rising Minnesota architecture firm carves out a new home for itself in a former factory in St. Paul’s Creative Enterprise Zone
NewStudio Architecture enriches our Twin Cities art community with a new gallery
As a kid growing up in Iowa, Sean Wagner was sure about one thing: He was going to be an architect.