Woodbury, MN - October 23rd, 2012
Mural artist's latest work on St. Paul Park building Richard Hubal leaves his art on public display everywhere he works. He has no easel or canvas and the pictures can’t be seen in art galleries because he is a muralist. His latest mural work was commissioned by Linda and Willie Tennis of Tennis Sanitation, who bought what was once a gas station at Fourth Street and Broadway Avenue in St. Paul Park. By: Judy Spooner, South Washington County Bulletin SendPrint BORST Construction INC. Check out all I can do for you, Click Here. SendPrint MD CONCRETE LLC Stamped & Color Concrete * Standard White Concrete * Decorative Borders * Exposed SendPrint Otto Excavating INC Consistently Exceed Our Customer's Expectations! VideoSendPrint Essentia Health Essentia Health now hiring a System Administrator. SendPrint J & S Siding and Gutters Everything You Need In One Contrac...
Cottage Grove, MN - October 18th, 2010
Wilebski’s brings the blues to Rice Street Owner Ted Wilebski of Wilebski’s Blues Saloon has been open at 1638 Rice St., the former location of the Cancun Club, since late August, offering weekend music while the building has gone through a complete renovation. (Photo by Liberty Willms) By JAN WILLMS Ted Wilebski has gotten used to sleeping on the couch in his office as he puts in long days and short nights preparing his blues saloon for its grand opening Oct. 15 and 16, featuring Sugar Blue. Wilebski’s Blues Saloon has been open at 1638 Rice St., the former location of the Cancun Club, since late August, offering weekend music while the building has gone through a complete renovation. “We’ve done a lot of painting and fixing, and we gave this building a facelift,” Wilebski said. The results are spectacular. The saloon features a glistening bar and artwork th...
Cottage Grove, MN - October 9th, 2009
Hillside kids get daily art show Local artist puts hawks in their place — on gym walls By: Judy Spooner, South Washington County Bulletin Well-known Twin Cities artist Richard Hubal now has a younger crowd checking out his work. Everyone who enters the gym at Hillside Elementary School in Cottage Grove will see Hubal’s work all over the walls. Hubal and his family moved from St. Paul Park to Cottage Grove in May and his daughter, Grace, a third-grader, is a new student at Hillside. She told her teacher that her dad is an artist, and Hubal shared his art by painting a small mural on the blackboard in Andrea Absey’s classroom. Then, the school held a contest to name the gym. The winner was “The Hawks’ Nest.” Richard was asked to do some painting in the gym to reflect the name. “I was asked to put a few balls up, and it all started from there,” he said, as he painted a ...
St. Paul Park, MN - November 15th, 2007
More on one of this issue's featured artists: This issue's One for the Road artist, Richard Hubal, just finished a one-man show at St. Cloud State University's Atwood Gallery, and some of the work is now available for sale at the Very Barrie art gallery in Shakopee, MN. He's been commissioned to do some original pieces for the Saint Paul Winter Carnival's Vulcan Krewe. You can see a bit of Hubal's new work at the Vulcan Krewe's annual fundraiser and silent auction Saturday, November 24, at the South Saint Paul VFW from 5-11 pm (tickets are $20 at the door). Hubal gladly takes commissions from the public for work in canvas, wood/clay relief, 3-D clay sculptures (or any combination of the above). Email the artist for more details. (Photo left by Ted Sherarts)
St. Paul Park, MN - September 28th, 2007
Hubal takes on the masters Minnesota artist Richard Hubal put his Art Block "Just trying to figure it all out!" on display in the Atowood Memorial Center Gallery Misty Lester Issue date: 9/27/07 Section: Intermission Print Email DoubleClick Any Word Page 1 of 4 next > Media Credit: Anya Vaverko The clay sculpture "D.A.M.M." is one of the only high clay pieces of art in Hubal's collection displayed in the Atwood Memorial Center Gallery. The title stands for "Dead Artists Make More Money." Salvador Dali and Ed Hopper are just two of Richard Hubal's artistic inspirations. Hubal has come a long way since his first drawing of Santa when he was only a year old. Now, with 49 years of experience behind him, Hubal is enjoying the acclaim he's getting for his new artwork. Hubal's Art Block "Just trying to figure it all out!" displays 19 new works of art combining wood rel...