Posts Tagged ‘Studio Haiku’

Liturgy of the Hours: Making Space for a Miracle

Posted by natalie on October 13, 2021 in News | No Comments

It was the fall of 2018 and I was exhausted in every sense of the word. Mother to three, trying to be true to my artistic practice, being a pastor’s wife, maintaining relationships with family and friends, volunteering in my children’s schools and on top of all that, running a small business – a brick […]

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After a year has passed: Spring 2021

Posted by natalie on May 14, 2021 in News | No Comments

Update! Has a year passed since I’ve closed the studio? Just about. I’ve been thinking since then…pulling my pressed-to-the-glass face back so that I can see, aching for the big picture – that we’ve somehow lost sight of, especially this year.  I’ve been largely away from all things digital/social media. I have been present with […]

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“Moving Forward” SALE

Posted by natalie on May 6, 2020 in News | No Comments

  As my brick and mortar shop is closing, an inventory clearance sale is in order! Shop online and on my instagram stories over the next few days. SALE runs May 6-10th, 2020. Help me spread the word! I’ll be taking some time off this summer to rest and to listen for what’s next for […]

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Studio Haiku to close and a diorama to remind

Posted by natalie on May 6, 2020 in News | 4 Comments

Haa Haa Black Sheep emerged as I struggled to make sense of a bittersweet conclusion I had reached. It was time to close my beloved brick and mortar art studio, Studio Haiku.  It was in processing the closure that this piece emerged. Sadly, I had not been able to create anything for most of the […]

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Live Podcast Recording at Studio Haiku

Posted by natalie on April 21, 2019 in News | No Comments

Hi, everyone! I’m currently preparing to host a thought-provoking, awakening conversation at my gallery. Studio Haiku is welcoming Libby John of the Art & Faith Conversations podcast for a live recording of “Life in Haiku.” With this podcast Libby will ask questions and explore the joys and challenges of how art and faith intersect in […]

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Spring Arrives Truly

Posted by natalie on March 1, 2019 in News | No Comments

  As the seasons change, so do we. Spring arrives truly Weak knee’d in their petal wake Under lilac spell Much is changing, altering, bending and arching toward the sun — both in nature and at Studio Haiku, which has now been open in Duluth, MN, for almost one and a half years! Much has […]

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Natalie Salminen Fine Art + Studio Haiku Featured in Make MN!

Posted by natalie on February 1, 2019 in News | No Comments

  According to Kara Larson, editor of Make MN: “The Possibility Issue opens with a beautiful essay by Natalie Salminen Rude, ​a visual artist and poet based in Duluth, MN. By interweaving beauty, justice, and wonder into her creative work, Natalie paints primarily in oils and encaustic​—a​n ancient medium that combines beeswax, pigment, resin, and […]

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Popol Vuh, MN Installation

Posted by natalie on January 21, 2019 in News | No Comments

  In early 2019, I had the opportunity to install this work of art in a private dining room at Popol Vuh — a restaurant in northeast Minneapolis serving elevated Mexican cuisine. Popol Vuh – James Beard Award Semifinalist: http://mspmag.com/eat-and-drink/foodie/the-2019-james-beard-award-long-list-is-here/ Artful Living Magazine: https://artfulliving.com/jami-olson-popol-vuh-interview/

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An Artist of Many Layers

Posted by natalie on November 30, 2018 in News | No Comments

Article + Video in the Duluth News Tribune // This November, I opened up Studio Haiku to Melinda Levine and Bob King from the Duluth News Tribune. They wrote a wonderful article on my work, and I’m so grateful for the opportunity. You can read it here.

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Bent Paddle Brewing Company commission – Her Soliloquy: Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness

Posted by natalie on November 21, 2018 in News | No Comments

I recently had the opportunity to install art at Bent Paddle Brewing Co. Titled “Her Soliloquy” this painting is an encaustic piece of my most beloved places, the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. In a timely commission through my art + justice initiative, The Commissions Project – Bent Paddle Brewing Co. (an award winning Minnesota […]

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