Studio Rubedo Art

STUDIO rubedo • a Sanctuary for Art

Studio Rubedo’s new location at 213 West Chisholm in downtown Alpena, MI. Exterior and interior renovations are currently in progress.

Studio Rubedo’s new location at 213 West Chisholm in downtown Alpena, MI. Exterior and interior renovations are currently in progress.

a sanctuary for art & its practice, transmuting matter & mind for the benefit of all

STUDIO rubedo Art

In January, 2018, Studio Rubedo LLC was officially launched by creative entrepreneur and multi-disciplinary artist Brian Schorn. A physical location was established in July, 2018 on the outskirts of the downtown district of Alpena, MI. One year later, it was relocated within the downtown district at 213 West Chisholm Street.

Studio Rubedo is currently in the process of moving into and renovating its new location. This location has much higher foot traffic and is centrally situated among other art galleries, restaurants, bars, and shops. Studio Rubedo will now include two art gallery spaces (Sun & Moon Galleries), a larger artist workshop with greater public exposure, a basement wood shop, and a community meeting space for educational art workshops, artist presentations, art chats and critiques.

More surprises and offering are being developed, so check back often and sign up for the email list below to be involved with the process more deeply and personally.

Sign up to be on the Studio Rubedo email list HERE.

The Moon Gallery within Studio Rubedo is now open for preview. It will showcase solo exhibitions of local artists. Artists may submit their exhibition proposal for consideration through the online application (available shortly). The Sun Gallery is currently being renovated , but will be exhibiting local, regional, and national artist.Upcoming shows include artists from NYC, Washington DC, Traverse City, and Alpena.


Studio rubedo • formal & conceptual research for logo

For those who are interested in what the logo means, where it comes from, and why it looks the way it does, please see my research and inspiration below: