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. Studio Rubedo’s mission is to explore the transmutation of matter and mind for the benefit of all. Since July, 2018, Studio Rubedo LLC has been located at 101 Sable St. in downtown Alpena, MI where it has included an artist's workshop and a contemporary art gallery. Although the building was dramatically improved over the last year, its limitations became apparent and the search for a new location began during the winter of 2019.

In an effort to serve the community better, Studio Rubedo 2.0 has materialized and is coming soon! The new version of Studio Rubedo is moving to a new, vastly improved location at 213 West Chisholm Street in downtown Alpena, MI. This new location will offer a larger gallery space with additional informal exhibition spaces spaces, a larger artist workshop with art storage, a basement wood shop, and a general meeting space for art workshops, presentations, and art chats. An additional sun room is also available for informal lounging and gathering which may eventually be set up as Cafe Rubedo.

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STUDIO RUBEDO 1.0, 101 Sable St., Alpena, MI 49707 (CLOSED)

This is the original location for Brian Schorn's Studio Rubedo, a contemporary art gallery and artist's workshop. The new location at 213 West Chisholm St in Alpena, MI will provide a much larger space with a variety of new offerings.


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: