Art in Earth:
creating sculpture inspired by the earth
Vesper Atelier is a workshop where aspiring artists refine their vision and gain an understanding of how sculpture relates to the earth. Explore sculpture and public art at whatever intensity or commitment level you wish:
Community Classes (1-3 sessions) Learn basic sculpture skills and how to transform a concept into art in a supportive and fun environment
Group Workshops are customized one-day classes for you and a group of up to 6 friends, facilitated by a professional sculptor.
Atelier Program provides outcome-based education for the aspiring public artist. As a graduate of this diploma program in ecological sculpture, you will possess a valuable perspective on creating public art as well as the ability to win public and private commissions.
Art in the Sun: Visit Public Sculpture by Vesper Artists
Summer is a great time to tour public sculpture and Vesper artists are contributing to the artful vibrancy of our State:
- Bemidji Sculpture Walk bemidjisculpture.org
- Art Walking, Vesper Atelier
- Ikarian Tendrils, Craig Snyder
- Public Art Edina edinapublicart.org
- Twisted Sister, Craig Snyder (50th & France)
- Tab Key, Molly Barrett (Grandview Square Park)
- lolliboy, Dan Noyes (Grandview Square Park)
- Stone, split, Dave Barnard (Promenade)
- Hopkins ArtStreet hopkinsartscenter.com
- Critics' Corner, Judd Nelson and Craig Snyder (Mainstreet)
- Sky Shadow, Dan Noyes (City Hall)
- Hutchinson Sculpture Stroll hutchinsonpublicarts.com
- Green Seeker, Craig Snyder
- Sculpture Walk St. Cloud aroundthecloud.org
- Xuberant!III, Craig Snyder
Combine art and wine appreciation by visiting Chankasta Creek Ranch & Winery near Mankato or Parley Lake Winery in Waconia, which partner in a Sculpture Stroll on their respective properties. In addition, work by Vesper artists is on display this summer in the following communities outside Minnesota: Kenosha, WI; Urbana, IL; Breckenridge, CO; Sioux Falls, SD; Milbank, SD; Decatur; IN; Decatur, IL; and Canton, MI.