Due to weather Underbrush Gallery is closed for the rest of the day. We hope everyone is at home warm and safe.
We are a locally owned art gallery in Fargo, North Dakota. We also provide custom framing. Some other art that we carry are mirrors, handblown glass, pottery, sculptures and other unique one-of-a-kind items.
Due to weather Underbrush Gallery is closed for the rest of the day. We hope everyone is at home warm and safe.
Isaiah Johns is looking forward to the future. Johns says, "I love to paint and I'm excited to see what this next year brings me!"
Stop into Underbrush Gallery to see more of Isaiah Johns art and let us help you with any of your framing needs.
Call us at 701-235-2228
Underbrush Gallery would like to wish everyone Merry Christmas!
Isaiah attended both UND and NDSU for graphic design and fine arts, but decided to leave college early to spend more time pursuing classical painting, where he studied color in depth, color temperature, atmosphere, light, form, and how to build up a painting to create form, depth and space.
Artist of the Month: Isaiah Johns
Isaiah is half Hopi Native American and he was born in Oregon. Isaiah spent his childhood summers with his dad in Idaho and that is where most of his western inspiration comes from. He also makes it out to Montana each year to paint small studies and take photos.
If you need a unique gift or any frame work done for your holiday gifts - call us today, 701-235-2228
Congratulations to our winner - Mae Samek on winning the Izzyanna Anderson original and framing was done by the Underbrush Gallery.
The Power of the Gemstones
Today is the day! Come to the Underbrush Gallery for the official book launch of 'The Power of the Gemstones: Conflicting Worlds'! The event runs from 10:00am - 1:00pm. Be sure to stop by!
Did you see us on North Dakota Today?! If not, check out our interview below that was filmed live in the gallery!
We had an amazing day checking out the Underbrush Gallery in Fargo. They have such a unique selection of artwork...and just look at all of that color!
We hope everyone will be able to make it out for Izzyanna's book event happening at Underbrush Gallery on Saturday, December 1st from 10a - 1p!
"Architecture is a subject for displaying how light affects color. Architectural paintings are also very fun for collectors because of the memories they generate. I have painted several regional paintings of beautiful buildings , each with a slightly different mood. I have had a great time painting Fargo, ND."
Check out the Underbrush Gallery at 1450 25th St S. in the 25th Street Market Mall!
"Interacting with animals and a camera is always fun. I tell them if they turn just right they might get in a painting. Sometimes I think they listen. I particularly like painting animals with acrylic. Either way I turn my brush like I’m painting on them from my angle. In watercolor the brushwork blends and settles into muscle groups. In acrylic you see the brushstrokes."
Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!
In many of Ellen's paintings you will see different styles of flowers.
"Flowers have always been a significant subject to me. I especially like portraying their fragility with watercolor. In your home they bring beautiful color to a room with a neutral dominance."
Artist of the Month for November is Ellen Diederich.
This year Ellen has really painted more of our local ND and MN landscape. "I have become fascinated with trees in Ariel perspective. So you see this show up around the bend in the lake and distant fields."
Jill currently lives in Modesto, California as a traveling occupational therapist and artist. She continues her search of abandoned buildings in rural America for her art and also because she is most drawn to rural areas.
Stop into Underbrush Gallery to see more of Jill Peterson's artwork!
Jill graduated from the University of Minnesota Moorhead with a degree in Art Education and Painting. Jill also has a Masters of Fine Arts in Painting from University of Idaho.
"To really evoke emotions and nostalgia in my work, I utilize various perspectives and a strong contrast between light and dark- usually through natural sunlight coming in through windows in a dark room. Since there are no living beings inhabiting these structures anymore, I aim to personify the objects themselves to create emotion."
Our Artist this month is Jill Peterson!
Jill says growing up In rural North Dakota is the main inspiration of her abandoned prairie icons that she portrays in her oil paintings. "I have fond memories of exploring these buildings with my dad when I was a kid and hearing the rich stories of the inhabitants whom used to call them home." Many of these buildings are from farming families which is Jill's family's livelihood and passion.
Adam is a new artist to the gallery and we have been so excited to work with him. His art is absolutely beautiful for any arrangement.
A statement from the artist:
"In each work, at some time, there is always something unexpected - something unplanned. I want complexity but I want it to be effortless, I want confusion as to what is foreground and what is background, what is content and what is not. I want paintings that are about paint and I want to make art about the materials I use - everything else has been dropped - erased from the equation"
Stop into Underbrush Gallery - located off of 25th St. in the 25th St. Market Mall today!
Adam has always been interested in abstract painting. Adam feels that abstraction allows him to explore and create multilayered images and work in many different ways all at once. He has always had a strict studio practice with an emphasis on working everyday and developing a deep relationship with his work. this allows his work to develop and not seemed forced.
Artist of the Month: Adam McCauley
Adam is from Duluth, MN and is a multi disciplinary artist with a Master of Arts degree from the University of Wisconsin. Adam is currently exhibiting his work regionally has worked with many galleries and curators.
While wide sunsets and rural scenery are a favorite to paint, Charissa has also completed commissions of everything from water skis to 1964 Mustangs!
If you would like to see more of her art, come to Underbrush Gallery located off of 25th Street and 13th Avenue in the 25th Street Market Mall! Open from 9 - 6!
Charissa has been painting for just under 3 years now and discovered that she had a talent when remodeling her home, she went on a search for simple, but realistic country scenery. As a graphic designer and photographer by trade, she decided to give painting a try. A quick search online led her to a few “how to” videos. Charissa was surprised to find she had successfully painted a real honest to goodness picture. So surprised with her ability, she painted 10 paintings that first week!
Art is truly unique in every way.
Our Artist of the Month is Charissa Rubey.
Charissa resides in rural Southeastern North Dakota. She is known for her sweeping landscapes and bright realistic Midwestern sunsets and old farm buildings. Charissa has an eye for proportion and color that makes her art a beautiful interpretation of natures beauty.
“I absolutely love the Midwest, and any time I can put that onto canvas for someone else to enjoy it makes me extremely happy.”
Charles Beck - an iconic rural artist.
Beck passed away in September of 2017. His woodcuts are one-of-a-kind and unique by color, texture and sizes.
Stop into the Underbrush Art Gallery to pick up a Charles Beck masterpiece.
We are located at the 25th Street Mall, on the corner of 13th Ave and 25 St. We would love to help you find the missing piece to your home!
"In the process of printing you sometimes make a mistake. You may think, gosh this isn't what I wanted at all and then you look back at it and say this is better than what I wanted. You have to be receptive to something that happens, an accident in the process of trying to do what you wanted to do. That's what makes it interesting." - Charles Beck
Beck taught at what is now known as Minnesota State Community and Technical College. That was when Beck's style started emerging. Abstracted vision using lines and shapes to reflect rural landscape around him. In his woodcut prints, he carved tree branches deep into the block and nicked away to get the textures of field stubble.
While he painted large earlier in his career, later he would bring small boards as he drove around the countryside, pulling over to paint with palette knives.
He worked wood in a different way, carving the forms of sleek, graceful birds like field geese ducks, shorebirds and of course loons.
Charles Beck - July Artist
Charles was raised in Fergus Falls, Minnesota. He started drawing at a young age but never thought he would become an artist one day. He attended Concordia College, then Iowa for their art program and off to the University of Minnesota.
We will be sharing more information on Charles Beck's wood cut paintings (picture below)
Underbrush Gallery would like to wish everyone a happy and safe fourth of July!
Will Richards has been in the ceramics business since 1972 and he has been making lampshades since 1994. As Will would say, one studio, no employees, two disciplines: clean and dirty.
We would love to help you find art to fit your home. Stop in and look at all the beautiful lamps we have, created by Will Richards. Underbrush Art Gallery is located off of 25th St. and 13th Ave. in Fargo, ND.
Will Richards - June Artist
Will goes back to his roots when creating the ceramic bases of each lamp. All models are hand built, dried, bisqued, glazed and raku-fired. Each lamp is unique and created to be one-of-a-kind.
Below are some new colors that Will has been working with.
Artist of the Month: Will Richards
Will shakes things it up when it comes to creating a traditional lampshade. Each lampshade is made with epoxy glass cloth, carbon fiber and a variety of other materials to produce one-of-a-kind lamp shades.
Next week we will be talking about how Will creates the beautiful ceramic base.
June's Artist of the Month: Will Richards
Will is originally from the Twin Cities area in Minnesota but resides in Underwood, Washington. Will has traveled all over the United States attending art exhibitions and sharing his art.
"I've learned over time that the predictability of repetition is too safe
and uninspiring. The spontaneous reaction to a controlled concept with uncontrolled results appeals to my sense of adventure; constantly requiring fresh input. The greatest work arrives as a surprise to myself, emitting the best cerebral rush".
Every month Underbrush Art Gallery will be sharing a different artist and their artwork. We will tell a little background about the artist themselves and then we will dive into their artwork. All of these pieces shared will be at the gallery for sale.
We will also be discussing our frame shop and giving more information on what we can offer you with our framing and glass.
Any questions, do not hesitate to call us, visit us or message us here on Facebook!
We can't wait to share all of our artwork with you :)
Charles Beck"s new book for sale at the gallery...The nature of an Artist....
Original acrylic pieces by Jodi Reeb
Different sizes and shapes to mix and match to your liking!
Stop in and check them out!
New art by John Michael Olesen
Michael Dunn just stopped in with this beautiful new acrylic....44x34
Stacked box sculpture by P.T. Tiersky
Original acrylic on canvas by Charissa Rubey
New tiles by Susan Piazza
Here are some new pieces from Kathleen Hope fromm Mpls MN
New paintings from art expo
Come in and visit us!
This painting is a new original by Sandy Dahl.
1450 25th St S
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