(NEMACS) is your guide to where to find and buy the best art in northeast Minneapolis. Nicholas P and Rosemary J Heille, (also known as "Nick and Rosie" amongst the artists) of the Northeast Minneapolis Artists Concierge Service (NEMACS) can help you find, make recommendations, and offer suggestions on art and artists to consider in northeast Minneapolis.
They are collectors of northeast
Minneapolis art; you can be one too!
Nick and Rosie Heille
Mpls MN 55418
nrheille (at) mcg (dot) net
What kind of art do they collect?
They know many of the artists on a first name basis. They have a collection of art from over forty northeast Minneapolis artists.
The northeast Minneapolis art scene can meet any need.
With over 700 artists registered as members in the Northeast Minneapolis Artists Association (NEMAA) it is reasonable to say any art buyer's needs for art can be met in northeast Minneapolis. But, with so many artists it is maybe next to impossible to find just the right one. The Northeast Minneapolis Artists Concierge Service (NEMACS) offers you the opportunity to find a guide to help you discover the style or type of art you want within northeast Minneapolis. Whatever it is, oils, acrylics, photos, sculpture, jewelry, the Northeast Minneapolis Artist Concierge Service (NEMACS) is ready to help.
If you are a new art buyer, without a guide to northeast Minneapolis, you can be overwhelmed by the many selections of art that are available. Just the issue of where to start can be too much. The sheer size, fourteen square miles, of the official Northeast Minneapolis Arts District, that has over six major studio buildings, with over 500 artists in them, plus the 200 additional artists that live and work in their home studios in northeast Minneapolis, can offer too many options.
Minneapolis art scene?
By way of example, the third weekend in May, the Northeast Minneapolis Artist Associations (NEMAA) has its annual art crawl called Art-A-Whirl. Just by virtue of its size, 14 square miles, 700 artists, six major studio buildings, the annual Art-A-Whirl event is best described as an art crawl on steroids. Even if you go nonstop, 45 seconds per studio, it is impossible to see it all in a three-day weekend.
Who are Nick and Rosie?
Nicholas P and Rosemary J Heille, (also known as "Nick and Rosie" amongst the artists) of the Northeast Minneapolis Artists Concierge Service (NEMACS) can help you find, make recommendations, and offer suggestions on art and artists to consider in northeast Minneapolis. Nick and Rosie have over fifteen years experience and involvement in the arts in northeast Minneapolis. Their resume includes that Rosie was a member of the Board of Directors that founded the Northeast Minneapolis Artist Association (NEMMA); and, Nick was catalyst behind the City of Minneapolis' creation of the Northeast Minneapolis Arts District. To say Nick and Rosie have been active advocates, and supporters, of the arts activity in northeast Minneapolis, since day one, and continue to today is an understatement.
Along with original Board Member of Northeast Minneapolis Artists Association (NEMAA) and resource to City of Minneapolis for City's Arts District and Arts Action Plan Nick and Rosie have been tour guides on the Art-A-Whirl event trolley since 2002; producers of Northeast Minneapolis Spiritual Art Show (SPARGEX); and production assistance for the Minnesota Hand Made Tile Association's Annual Tile Show at the American Swedish Institute since 2005.
What kind of art do they collect?
They know many of the artists on a first name basis. They have a collection of over art from over forty northeast Minneapolis artists. Works include tiles for Clay Squared to Infinity in the old Grain Belt Brewery complex; a sculpture by Nick Legeros who works in a solo studio. Clay sculptures from Aldo Moroni in the California Building, acrylic art from Chank Diesel who works in home studio, Acrylics by Pete Driessen in the Casket Art Building. Steel sculptures by Rabi Sanfo in the Q.arma Building. And, from the Northrup King Building acrylics by Matthew Madson and a mosaic sculpture by Sharra Frank.
Whatever your desire; whatever your needs; Nick and Rosie of the Northeast Minneapolis Artist Concierge Service (NEMACS) are ready to help you find the best art you can buy. Nick and Rosie's interests go beyond the visual arts. They include ceramics, crafts, fiber arts, textiles, painting, photography, sculpture, both wood and metal. Whatever you want or need in art they are ready to help you find the best.Nick and Rosie are ready to guide you, and help you, experience the northeast Minneapolis art scene. Or, as Nick likes to say it: "How would you have liked to have lived at the peak of Itallain Renaissance art? Well it's a happenin' in northeast Minneapolis."
Their fee for service.
FREE 1 hour tour!
After that $25 per hour unless you buy art. Than it is 5% of value of art
purchased up to max of $100. The 5% charge is paid by buyer. Please call
for appointment. Note: when you call, expect to be asked what type of art you
wish to purchase; or, artist(s) you wish to see in their studio.