Rogue Buddha Gallery

The work at Rogue Buddha Gallery is eclectic, and it features the works of many emerging and established realist artists. It is located at 357 13th Ave NE, Minneapolis, MN 55413. The founder, Vincent DeZutti, is a favorite of the gallery, but you'll also find works by Adam Little, Andrew Sjodin, and Caia Koopman. You'll be sure to find something that speaks to your sense of humor! But what do the works of other realist artists have in common?

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The haunting artwork and talented contributors of the Rogue Buddha Gallery have made it one of the most talked about spots on 13th Avenue in Northeast Minneapolis. Artist Nicholas Harper has been performing and creating for more than six decades. Carl Unbehaun presents a cavalcade of Minnesota songwriters and musical musings. While the Rogue Buddha is known for its eclectic exhibitions, the gallery is not your average hangout.

Born in Pipestone, Minnesota, artist Andrew Sjodin grew up in Forest Lake, MN, and attended St. John's University in Collegeville, MN, where he earned his B.A. in philosophy. After graduating from St. John's University, Sjodin served in the AmeriCorps program for two years, teaching English in Thailand and living in Homer, Alaska. In 2010, Sjodin returned to college to further his formal training as an artist. He attended The Atelier Studio Program of Fine Art in Minneapolis, MN, and studied under some of the best masters of Western art.


Sjodin now lives in Isanti County, Minnesota, about 45 minutes north of the Twin Cities. He continues to teach full-time as an instructor at The Atelier Studio Program of Fine Arts. His artwork is available for purchase at Rogue Buddha Gallery Minneapolis MN. His work is inspired by nature, as seen in his paintings, and often features images from his local area. Sjodin's work has been featured in a number of publications and art galleries.

The founder of the magical realist movement founded this gallery, Caia Koopman, has created an enchanting space that showcases her own work, as well as that of other emerging and established realists. Here, you can discover the inner workings of a magical world and find yourself in a new world. But before you go and buy her work, consider a few things.

First, consider the works of the artist herself. Her work, which is inspired by her experiences as an immigrant, is full of a fierce and fearless sense of defiance. The paintings in the exhibit depict a whispy waif against a backdrop of fairy-tale beauty. Similarly, there's a charming little cottage dwarfed by a windmill, a twisted tree whose heart burns, and an empty street in El Salvador that looks like an abandoned city.

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