Art at 801


801 Lofts presents art openings three times a year. The three-story atrium and public space is a gallery, Art at 801, to local and national artists who display their work on an ongoing basis.

Art and artisans change every four months to display new talent and media. Gallery openings offer residents and the association a chance to open their doors to friends, family and others who want to support our local art community.






The next art opening is:

Saturday, February 22nd, 6pm - 9pm

801 Washington Lofts presents art openings three times a year in their Art at 801 Gallery. The three-story atrium and public space at 801 Washington Avenue North in The North Loop Neighborhood is a gallery to local and national artists.

Join us for bites, beverages, wine from North Loop Wine & Spirits, Music by DJ Ryan Simatic & an evening of art by these fine artists:


Artists include:

Asia Ward

In the hands of sculpture artist Asia Ward, aluminum flashing becomes beautiful works of art. Ward transforms this unconventional material into complex diorama dreamscapes inspired by her own memories. Thoughtful use of shadows and light allow her work to expand beyond the 3-D sculptures themselves, creating additional drama in the spaces between the aluminum and in the artwork’s immediate surroundings. Twin Cities Public Television, MNOrginal


Mark Wojahn

Mark Wojahn has momentarily turned his documentary lens toward a new series of photo paintings which he calls Doppelgängers. Born a fraternal twin, he has long been fascinated by the alter-ego of a person. This manifests as he transforms photos from his archive or new images shot in his with multiple layers of texture and paint into rich and antiqued images of our evil twins.


Keith Braafladt

Keith’s work reflects an exploration of light, movement and perception. His new series explores a photographic documentation of landscape in motion. 

Mary Bowman-Cline

These colorful oil paintings are a rendition of traditional landscapes.  Mary uses unusual objects in land and cityscapes (floating pears and giant produce), to create distinct worlds.

Heidi Hafermann

Heidi is interested in the histories and stories of her surroundings. She looks for ways to blend the real and the imagined, and to invite viewers into those stories.