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Verb (Nexus), 2016

Paintings


 

 

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Books


I concentrate on "glueless binding" since the fact that shipping glue mid winter was always a challenge. 

I do custom books. I reuse old books with fun, previously worn covers.

I teach classes:

Bookbinding

Oops Books

Zines

Residencies

Books


I concentrate on "glueless binding" since the fact that shipping glue mid winter was always a challenge. 

I do custom books. I reuse old books with fun, previously worn covers.

I teach classes:

Bookbinding

Oops Books

Zines

Residencies

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Laundry


The Laundry Project is an exploration of the simple task of hanging laundry and its relationship to our history and our current technological interest in efficiency. This project is supported in part by the McKnight Foundation through funding from Five Wings Arts Council of Minnesota. 

Laundry


The Laundry Project is an exploration of the simple task of hanging laundry and its relationship to our history and our current technological interest in efficiency. This project is supported in part by the McKnight Foundation through funding from Five Wings Arts Council of Minnesota. 

laundry//economy

2011-2012

 

It isn’t about laundry, but economy. Simplicity is a way of life for so many people, and these paintings are symbols of that way of life. Choosing to consume less, focus on little tasks, aware of their impact, is a very proactive method in changing many aspects of our everyday life. Simplicity is beautiful, but my methods of creation can get a bit raw, purposely allowing for the viewer to think more about the subject’s meaning than a pretty picture

Purchase Information


 
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Sartell Mill Project


Sartell Mill Project


On Memorial Day, 2012, an explosion ripped through the Verso Paper Mill causing the death of one worker and injury to several others. This explosion also led to the permanent closure of the mill. The Sartell Mill Art Project was born out of a desire held by community members to memorialize the plant, its former employees and its importance to Sartell’s history.

The Project has empowered a team of local artists and fabricators to repurpose materials taken from the mill into art pieces. Artists were able to tour the plant during the demolition in order to remove some of the most interesting pieces, including gears, metal pieces and a large part of a metal coal chute. Finished pieces will be installed in Watab Park, Val Smith Park, and at a location near Sartell City Hall.

 

 

Artistic Team

Heidi Jeub, Artistic Lead

Kyle Fokken, Public Artist and Sculptor

Christopher Zlatic, Painter

Joshua Fay, Painter and Sculptor

Joe Schulte, Community Leader, Welder, Sartell HS Teacher

Process documented by photographers Todd Myra and Bill Jones

 

Fabrication Team

 

Bob Craven, Northside Welding

Jacob Smith


Sponsors

City of Sartell

Northside Welding

Former Mill Workers Alumni

Sartell American Legion

Karel and Mike Helgeson

Xcel Energy

Roland Weis

AIM

Lions Club

Community supporters

HBH Consultants

Retired Firefighters of Sartell

Dennis and Rose Molitor

Ryan Fitzthum, CH Robinson

Judy and Michael Murray

Anita Rasmussen

This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Central MN Arts Board, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.

This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Central MN Arts Board, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.

Research and Background Information:

For information on the Sartell Paper Mill, please visit our friends at the Stearns History Museum or the Benton County Museum! 

Visit us on Facebook for relevant information on supplies, history and news related to the mill:

www.facebook.com/sartellmillproject

Press

Sartell Newsleader http://www.thenewsleaders.net/2014/07/31/former-mill-workers-memories-needed/

St. Cloud Times http://www.sctimes.com/story/news/local/2014/07/28/artists-hear-stories-former-sartell-mill-employees/13266127/

 

 

From Heidi's Camera... 

Process, details, and progress of the Sartell Mill Project 

(for photo usage, please email heidi@heidijeub.com

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Residencies


As a resident artist, I enjoy going into a school, not just to teach a craft or idea, but also to build creative confidence with the students and teachers. 

As a rostered artist with COMPAS and CMAB, you can expect a residency that is well designed, innovative and compatible for any classroom need.

Residencies can be in visual journaling, interdisciplinary collaborations, book binding, abstraction and collage. STEM is something I feel strongly about, and would love to work with any classroom that is interested in building creative confidence and innovation. 

More information:

Teaching Rosters

Sartell Metal Collaboration

 

Past Residencies

 

Feedback from teachers:

"Your personality shines in the work that you do! I love having the kids exposed to different points of view than what they might otherwise see and hear in the area where we live. I also love that they realize that there isn't one absolutely right way to do something and a person's perspective has much to do with the way they see life and art. Good life lesson! You are a really good artist who is really good at teaching. I have found that is a tough combination to find. I have met a lot of good artists and a lot of good teacher, but it is rare that the two meet in one person and that person recognizes it and takes that on as her profession! You have done it and continue to do that so well! 

"Kids love your style. It is fun and laid-back, yet you really get kids to produce quality work! 

"You understand kids. Plain and simple. You get what makes them tick and help them use that to produce really fun, interesting art."

-Shannon Christenson, Kittson School District 

Residencies


As a resident artist, I enjoy going into a school, not just to teach a craft or idea, but also to build creative confidence with the students and teachers. 

As a rostered artist with COMPAS and CMAB, you can expect a residency that is well designed, innovative and compatible for any classroom need.

Residencies can be in visual journaling, interdisciplinary collaborations, book binding, abstraction and collage. STEM is something I feel strongly about, and would love to work with any classroom that is interested in building creative confidence and innovation. 

More information:

Teaching Rosters

Sartell Metal Collaboration

 

Past Residencies

 

Feedback from teachers:

"Your personality shines in the work that you do! I love having the kids exposed to different points of view than what they might otherwise see and hear in the area where we live. I also love that they realize that there isn't one absolutely right way to do something and a person's perspective has much to do with the way they see life and art. Good life lesson! You are a really good artist who is really good at teaching. I have found that is a tough combination to find. I have met a lot of good artists and a lot of good teacher, but it is rare that the two meet in one person and that person recognizes it and takes that on as her profession! You have done it and continue to do that so well! 

"Kids love your style. It is fun and laid-back, yet you really get kids to produce quality work! 

"You understand kids. Plain and simple. You get what makes them tick and help them use that to produce really fun, interesting art."

-Shannon Christenson, Kittson School District 

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Visual Journals


Visual Journals are a way to learn, discover, create, and play. 

In my studio, life and business it is used to clarify my visions and solidify my plans. 

Visual Journaling Residencies and Classes

Visual Journals


Visual Journals are a way to learn, discover, create, and play. 

In my studio, life and business it is used to clarify my visions and solidify my plans. 

Visual Journaling Residencies and Classes

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Commissions & Odd Projects


Commissions & Odd Projects


Ferguson, Missouri, MLK #blacklivesmatter 

India Ink on Paper, will be used in peaceful marches on January 19, 2015, in Ferguson, Missouri. I was asked to do these images of local men who have prematurely passed due to this uncertain time in our communities. My cousin is an activist in this cause, and reached out to me. As I reflected on my view that All Lives Matter, and that we need to push through this epidemic and find some systemic change, these pieces are meant to make us realize that we have a long way to go. I did them as a mother, sister, daughter and human.

 

 

Hillside Conversation Board (2014)

Graffiti Metal Install, with dry erase board, meant to spark conversation between adult learners and teachers. 

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Process & Musing Blog


Process & Musing Blog


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News


News


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photographic journal


a glimpse into my life

photographic journal


a glimpse into my life

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aud-vid-eo


aud-vid-eo


Podcasts

 

Contact


Contact


Contact Information

Heidi Jeub

Mail:

6003 Great River Road

Royalton, MN 56373

 

320-828-1437

heidi@heidijeub.com

 

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Book Binding Services


Book Binding Services


On The Rebound, Book Binding Services

This is an act of love for loved books. We all have those books that sit on the shelf, that is precious for different reasons. I respect that.

 

I have the tools and ability to make that worn book functional again. While I do not deal with some aspects, like water damage, my knowledge of sewing, gluing, hinging and aesthetic repair will get that book working again. I allow patina to exist, rather than making it look brand new. 

 

After a consultation (via email images or in person), the base cost is $25 plus materials. Some repairs cost more because of unique circumstances. One thing that I do, as I enter "surgery," is I contact the customer if it seems we have to go deeper. We all have budgets, and I respect that!

 

Bookbinding Services Inquiries

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