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James Nutt, AIA is an architect, artist, instructor and constant sketcher. He practices
architecture in St Paul at BWBR, teaches art at the White Bear Center for the Arts, and maintains a studio in the NE Minneapolis Solar Arts Building.

James’ focus is finding and communicating the relationships, energy and stories of our everyday environment.  Using a very limited color palette he strives for energetic line work, depth and proportion to provide balance and harmony.

James has drawn or painted every day for the past 7 years and participates in Solar Arts First Thursday open studios,  Art A Whirl and various art venues.

 

Check out NuttDraws on instagram for his daily work and process.

Online Sales

James Nutt takes online orders for curbside pickup and shipping through this website.

Curbside Hours

By appointment only. Please indicate desired pickup times when you check out.

Location

Solar Arts Building

Indeed Brewing Co
Studio 216
711 NE 15th Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55413
Map & Directions

Email

nuttdraws@hotmail.com

Phone

Call 612-202-3911

Online

Website

Online Store

AT-AT! – Giclee Print – 20″x20″- signed and numbered 1st series

At-At! – This is a professionally scanned and signed limited edition print of my popular drawing of my son’s toy. This is a limited first run of 20 signed on archival paper and inks. 24″ wide by 20″ tall with a 1″ white border for easy framing. I have approximately 10 of the first 20 left. The original is oil pastel on recycled honeycomb cardboard.

Also available professionally framed with conservation glass

Dramatic. Grab them while they last. Will be delivered loosely rolled in a cardboard tube with a tracking number.

I blogged the process! http://nuttdraws.blogspot.com/2013/11/at-at-blast-with-cardboard-and-oil.html

I have also done several personal commissions on the 1″ up cycled cardboard of dinosaurs, lego people and transformers. Contact me if interested.

This item is available for curbside pickup or shipping.

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City of Olives – Giclee Prints – Approximately 20″x24″

Professional prints of this watercolor and ink wash.  I was so excited that this piece won third place in watercolor at the MN State Fair 2 years ago!

This item is available for curbside pickup or shipping.

Pencilscape – Giclee Print – 12″ x 24″

Pencilscape – Giclee Print – 12″ x 24″ – unframed

This item is available for curbside pickup or shipping.

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TREX! 20″x 24″ Giclee Print

T-Rex! – This is a professionally scanned and signed limited edition print of my popular T-Rex. Part Dinosaur part old corvette. This is a limited first run of 20 signed on archival paper and inks. 24″ wide by 20″ tall with a 1″ white border for easy framing. I have approximately 8 of the first 20 left. The original is oil pastel on recycled honeycomb cardboard.

Now available in 11”x14”

Options available in proffesional frames with conservation glass.

Dramatic. Grab them while they last. Will be delivered loosely rolled in a cardboard tube with a tracking number.

I blogged the process! http://nuttdraws.blogspot.com/2013/02/t-rex.html

I have also done several personal commissions on the 1″ up cycled cardboard of dinosaurs, lego people and transformers. Contact me if interested.

This item is available for curbside pickup or shipping.

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Watching Yourself Think – Watercolor

Watching Yourself Think – Watercolor – unframed painting – approximately 9″x12″

This item is available for curbside pickup or shipping.

Watercolor Cathedral – Professionally framed

Watercolor Cathedral – Professionally framed – approximately 12″ x 12″

This item is available for curbside pickup or shipping.

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Sponsors

This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through grants from the Minnesota State Arts Board and the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.

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