at the American Swedish Institute

Shop for the holidays at the annual holiday market at the American Swedish Institute.

There will be handmade works of art from more than 60 local artists featuring artisan glass, clothing, jewelry, wood, textiles and ceramics. This is a fun event for all ages.  In addition to the market there will be music, story time, family crafts and festive foods all in celebration of the holiday season.


*Preview market night* Friday December 2, 6-8:00 pm
Saturday December 3, 10 am – 4 pm
Sunday December 4, 10 am – 4 pm


American Swedish Institute
2600 Park Avenue
Minneapolis 55407

This is a ticketed event, to control the number of visitors. For more information, visit

As always, you can visit my shop online at:


Art-A-Whirl 2022

Friday, May 20: 5-10 pm

Saturday, May 21: 12-8 pm

Sunday, May 22: 12-5 pm

My sister Rebecca and I will be at our studio all weekend! Stop by and see us. We are in the California Building, 2205 California St NE, Minneapolis. Our studio (120) can be a little tricky to find. We have our own entrance off the little loading dock at the intersection of 23rd and California. You can also reach us by going down the stairway in the NW corner of the building. (We’re not accessible from the rest of the 1st floor.) And as always, you can shop online at


Visit my online shop!

NEMAA (Northeast Minneapolis Arts Association) has created a terrific online platform for its member artists to display and sell their work. Check out my NEMAA site and shop at


Time for Art-A-Whirl!

Visit my work at Art-A-Whirl, which is online this year due to COVID-19.

I am a letterpress artist.  Letterpress is a traditional printing process that uses force to press an image or text into the paper.  This creates a textured surface that can’t be reproduced with modern printing.  My printing press is about 100 years old and weighs about one ton (literally!).

I make and sell greeting cards.  Each card is printed individually by feeding it into the press.  Each color on a card must be printed separately after changing the ink color on the press.  To create the text and images, I use wood and lead type, carved linoleum blocks, and photopolymer plates.

I have been doing letterpress for about 12 years.  I learned at the Minnesota Center for Book Arts on Washington Ave.

I share a studio with my sister, Rebecca Wicklund, who makes silver jewelry.  Check out our studio photos and browse my letterpress cards!