Noelle Rollins Art is opening its Coon Rapids studio doors for a spring open house Sunday, April 28, 4 to 8 p.m., and Monday, April 29, noon to 8 p.m.
There will be prints and greeting cards, hand painted glassware and original artwork to browse.
Noelle Maki Rollins expanded into her current studio and classroom with one main goal; help people to create inspired and authentic lives, she said.
According to Rollins, she does this through her uplifting artwork and soulful art classes.
Rollins, who has been painting for over 20 years, loves to paint on re-purposed materials, she said.
“You will find many pieces of artwork on reused doors, records, wood pallet and more,” Rollins said.
“The focal point in the classroom is a huge table my husband made for me out of reused pallet wood.
“I love that it is artsy and different. Plus nobody is worried about accidentally getting paint on it during classes.
“I am currently painting a scene of a trio playing in the moonlight on an old cello. I love the wide variety of projects that art connects me with.”
Speakers have been booked for the two-day event.
They include acupuncturist Jennifer Winer talking about her book on Chinese medicine nutrition, Heather Koshiol speaking to the power of gratitude and Alanna Gibbs on how to control cravings, while a representative of Orange Spiral Arts will be on site both Sunday and Monday offering head shots and candid photo sessions.
Noelle Rollins Art Studio and Classroom is located at 543 Coon Rapids Blvd. in Suite 2.