Noble Truths Studio Visit #2 - Greg Volker

Noble Truths Studio Visit #2 - Greg Volker

Greg Volker is a sculptor and potter who recently moved back home to Minneapolis after 28 years in the California Bay Area where he did his MFA work at the San Francisco Art Institute. He is opening his studio for a viewing and discussion of his recent work.

Volker is opening his studio for a viewing and discussion of his recent work.   Volker will talk about making foundry molds and show some of his molds he’s used in the past.

About the Artist

Volker was born in Stuttgart, Germany. He grew up in St. Louis Park, Minnesota. He has had studios in San Francisco, Oakland, and Sonoma, California. Volker has been a studio assistant to John Roloff, Bruce Beasely, Don Rich, Curtis Hoard, Chuck Splady, and Andy Goldsworthy. He has shown at a large number of venues, including: the Minneapolis Institute of Art, the California Craft Museum, the Solomon/Dubnick Gallery Sacramento, and the Virginia Breyer Gallery SF.

Noble Truths is an Art to Change the World project that is open to the public. Six ACW artist members have agreed to open their doors to the public for a valuable behind the scenes look into their studios and their art practice.Each artist will approach their studio visit in their own unique way.  Some may demonstrate their art, others might ask for a critique of work in progress.   All will be open to answer your questions about what it is like to be a working artist in their own unique medium and style.

Location:  California Building, 2205 California St NE studio 612, Minneapolis 

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