Keep the Faye

Faye Passow

Online Store

Welcome to my virtual gallery and online shop. I have a studio in the California Building, Suite 308. If you wish to purchase fine art – lithographs and silkscreens, feel free to contact me at fpassow@hotmail.com and we can arrange a private showing and/or I can provide images and information about artworks. You can watch a 2 minute video of my printmaking process at: https://www.tpt.org/mn-original/resource/faye-passow-lithographer/

I also have a line of giftware that I have designed featuring Minnesota and Wisconsin items – tea towels, casseroles, melamine dishes, melamine trays and more. I also carry items for Texas, California, Oklahoma and Florida. I also have a selection of giclée prints which I will be adding to over time. All are available on Etsy at KeepTheFaye.

Thank you for supporting local artists and helping to keep the arts community going during these extraordinary times.

I also have a line of giftware that I have designed featuring Minnesota and Wisconsin items – tea towels, casseroles, melamine dishes, melamine trays and more. I also carry items for Texas, California, Oklahoma and Florida. I also have a selection of giclée prints which I will be adding to over time. All are available on Etsy at KeepTheFaye.

Thank you for supporting local artists and helping to keep the arts community going during these extraordinary times.

I hold a B.F.A from the University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire and an M.A. in lithography from the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque. I have been honored to receive a Minnesota State Arts Board Grant, a Jerome Foundation Fellowship for Printmaking and a Bush Foundation Fellowship. My list of exhibitions includes the MAEP Gallery of the MIA and inclusion in exhibitions at the Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum, the Minnesota Museum of American Art, the College of St. Thomas, the Katherine E. Nash Gallery and Form+Content Gallery, among others. I have completed artist residencies in Fargo, ND at the Plains Art Museum and in Salzburg, Germany, thanks to the generosity of the Anderson Center in Red Wing. MN Originals produced a short video showing me working on my lithograph, Modernists Go Mobile. My work is in the collections of the Walker Art Center, the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, the Minnesota Museum of American Art, and the Minnesota History Center.

In 2000 I started my own business, Keep the Faye, designing tea towels for the gift trade based on an image, Minnesota: Principal Hot Dish by Region, which was exhibited at the Minnesota State Fair in 1997.

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