If you’re looking for a great spot to check out some of the Twin Cities talented artists, Gallery 360 in the Fulton neighborhood of Minneapolis is a great place to start. Founded by Merry Beck in 2000, the commercial art gallery on the corner of Xerxes and 50th rotates exhibitions every six weeks. The tagline for Gallery 360, “art in every degree,” refers to all the varieties of art showcased here. Photography, painting sculpture, even jewelry and clothing are part of the assortment at Gallery 360.
The focus of the gallery is to carry affordable local art — the space features investment quality artwork for patrons to peruse and potentially buy. The gallery invites locals to stop in to enjoy their art displays and keep up to date with the upcoming attractions. Gallery 360 has a rotation of 50+ featured artists, many of them painters and jewelry fabricators.
Visiting the Gallery 360 site, you can browse work for sale by the artists. Much of for sale items are extremely expensive, as should be expected when purchasing work from artists, but consider the money is going directly to support those creative minds crafting these products.
This Saturday local illustrator Lucky Nielsen kicks off her new exhibition ‘Mansfield Manor’ from 7 – 10 pm. The show is said to bring a smile to adults and children alike, especially with the upcoming holiday season.
If you are an artist, or know anyone who is, Gallery 360 also takes artist submissions. They are reviewing submissions on a consistent basis. If you have work to be displayed, submit photos of your art via email or stop by the space in Southwest Minneapolis to speak with those who curate the gallery.
For more information about Gallery 360, visit their website.
Images via: Gallery 360