Welcome to ReZume Arts!

ReZume Arts offers a close-and-personal visit with artists who share about their work, their artistic process, current projects, and possibly offer a virtual tour of their studios and short demos of their work. We invite you to engage or re-engage with area artists through this new initiative!

Next ReZume Arts Segment is:

Wednesday September 23 CANCELLED
OCTOBER LINE UP COMING SOON!

1:00 P.M.
Click here to join the Live FB event

Mark your calendar so you don’t miss it!

Did you miss our most recent segment? View it now! In this September 9th segment you meet two Anishinaabe artists, Duane “Dewey” Goodwin and Simon Zornes.

Duane “Dewey” Goodwin (White Earth Band of Ojibwe) is a sculpture artist residing in Beltrami County and is a current Region 2 Arts Council Anishinaabe Arts Initiative (AAI) Fellow. Goodwin has a long history as artist and arts educator that includes carving, painting and beadwork. His art is a reflective vision of who he is, inspired by his Anishinaabe heritage. His approach to carving is a basic method taught to him by renown sculptor, Allan Houser, during his studies at the Institute of American Indian Arts. Goodwin’s sculptures reflect his connection and passion for the animals, birds and Native American images inspired by his own heritage. His artistic approach begins at times with a dream that greatly influences and shapes his work. Goodwin’s work was recently commissioned by the Sioux Plains Indian Museum in Rapid City, South Dakota for a solo-artist exhibit and is currently available for view and purchase at his local studio in Bemidji MN.

Connect with Duane:

Phone: 218-760-4580

Email: dgoodwin@paulbunyan.net

Website: deweygoodwin.com

Simon Zornes (White Earth Band of Ojibwe) has been creating sculpture with asin (stone) and mitig (wood) for over a decade. His journey with asinoog (Stone grandfathers/grandmothers) began when his dear friend, Time Stone, and he started finding and playing with unique rock from the moraine region of the Mississippi Headwaters and White Earth Reservation. He has found that each stone holds many stories that access him as their storyteller. One includes the geological saga of its creation and composition over eons. The others evolve from images invoked from within him as a result of the interaction between the stone’s unusual characteristics and the narrative it shares with him. In addition to sculpting, Zornes is a dedicated wild foods harvester – harvesting manoomin (wild rice), gathering and making ziinzibakwad (maple sugar), and growing minomiijim (good food) – all available for purchase.

Connect with Simon:

Email: zornessimon@yahoo.com

Facebook Page: Art from nature

Wild Foods Facebook Page: Hand Harvest Foods Dudes

ReZume Arts is a bi-monthly series hosted “live” every 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month via the Region 2 Arts Council FaceBook page at 1:00 p.m. Every session will be videotaped and made available to view on the Region 2 Arts Council YouTube Channel after each live event.

Meet & Connect with Artists from Previous Segments

Kick off Event held August 26, 2020

Five artists helped kick off this new initiative. Below is information for you to see their art, purchase their art, and connect with the artists directly.

Paul Albright lives in Akeley MN and is the originator of Albright Sculptures. He creates unique and original wooden sculptures. Fractals and dualism seem to be a reoccurring theme in his work. What inspires his work is the desire to evoke an emotional reaction in the viewer – even if it is not the one you are expecting. And to give people hope. You can visit his facebook page to see some of his amazing sculptures.
Connect with Paul:

Phone 218 252 1987

Email albright@arvig.net

Facebook page: Albright Sculptures

Terry Honstead is a self taught artist working mostly in mixed media, doing both 2D and 3D work. You can see some of her work displayed at Sanford Clinic in Bemidji, MN. and she typically does the studio cruise (which has been cancelled this year) and a Christmas Tour with other artists on Gull Lake in her area. You can visit her website to catch a glimpse of her amazing artwork.

Connect with Terry:

Phone: 218-407-4881

Email: honstead@paulbunyan.net

Websites:  https://terry-honstead.pixels.com. or  https://fineartamerica.com/profiles/terry-honstead

Instagram: @TerryHonstead

Monika Lawrence grew up in Eastern Germany, and started photography in the mid-nineties.  In 2007, she moved to Bemidji, MN, where she lives with her husband Mark. She teaches photography and photojournalism as a Senior Adjunct at Bemidji State University and freelances as a photographer for Minnesota Public Radio News.  Her special focus in photography is on people in their environment as well as people’s impact on the environment. You can visit her website to view the stunning photography she offers or catch her on instagram @monikalawrencephoto

Connect with Monika:

Email: monika.lawrence@outlook.com

Website: www.monika-lawrence.com

Instagram: @monikalawrencephoto

Mary Therese’s inspiration of her artwork comes from nature’s beauty. Working as a surface designer in her studio on Fern Lake near the small town of Bemidji, she paints with dyes on silk, nylon and cotton fabrics.  Playfully, she draws with wax resists (batik) and thickened dyes, sometimes printing with natural objects and carved linoleum blocks to add layers of textures and imagery.Mary Therese’s work is seen throughout Bemidji and surrounding areas in her large murals and installations.  It was after the completion of a mural for a private residence  that her artistic endeavors shifted into fabric art.  Visit her website to see her amazing artwork and to learn more. You can also find her on Facebook and Instagram @marythereseart AND beginning in September 2020 her work will also be available via Etsy.

Connect with Mary Therese:

Email: marythereseart@yahoo.com

Website: Marythereseart.com
Instagram: marythereseart
Facebook Page: Mary Therese Art
Launching in Sept. 2020 on Etsy: Mary Therese Art Silks

Chuck Weygand is a lifelong resident of Minnesota. He grew up near Brainerd, and after living 30+ years near the Twin Cities, escaped back to the rural life in Northern Minnesota. Chuck lives near Akeley in Hubbard County and has been a woodworker for many years. After retiring in 2007, he discovered a passion and natural talent for turning and creating wooden bowls. His artistic philosophy is that “The Wood will tell me what it wants to be.” You can learn more about his work and see samples of his amazing wood working creations during our upcoming ReZume Arts event.

Connect with Chuck:

Phone: 651-347-0781

Etsy shop: etsy.com/shop/rockyshoresbowls