Plan Your Visit

The MN Creates exhibition is on view in various locations throughout the State Capital and State Office Building. The exhibition can be viewed during regular business hours on days when the Capitol and State Office Building are open. See links with more information about visiting both buildings below. Please note that the State Office Building is closed on weekends.

A list of the locations of the artworks currently on display is below. A downloadable PDF of this list can be found here. Please note that self-guided tour information will soon be available at various sites throughout both buildings, including the Minnesota Historical Society information desk near the Capitol rotunda (approx March 10).

Minnesota State Capitol
75 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Blvd
St. Paul, MN 55155
Visitor information
Minnesota State Office Building
100 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
St. Paul, MN 55155
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MN CREATES ARTWORK – STATE CAPITOL BUILDING

75 Rev Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, St. Paul, MN 55155

CAPITOL – GROUND FLOOR
Room G24

Dawn Zero Erickson, Indications of the Seven Treasures
Gregory Euclide, Mineral
Laddavanh Insixiengma, Love

CAPITOL – 1ST FLOOR
Room 111

Sonja Peterson, Baballoania
Brian Frink, Big Blazer

Room 120

Xavier Tavera, John Obregon
Hend Al-Mansour, Facebook 2
Gwen Westerman, Otokaheya, Anpteu Sapa Win/ Dark Day Woman
Petronella Ytsma, Treuren VIII
Brian Frink, Memory of Water

Room 121 B

Teresa Cox, Kaleidoscope

Room 122

Dan Mondloch, Encompassed

CAPITOL – 2ND FLOOR
Room 205

Dan Mondloch, Mesmerizing Log
Petronella Ytsma, Treuren II
Laura Migliorino, Temperature of Deer, Schoolhouse Map

Room 235

Laura Migliorino, Icehouse, Coat of Arms

Room 226

Dawn Zero Erickson, Reading the Kegon Sutra with the Bodai Senna, Drinking Three Teas with
Confucious, Fragrant Temple Memory

CAPITOL – 3RD FLOOR
Room 317

Dawn Zero Erickson, Offerings to Buddha in the Morning

Room 323

Vance Gellert, Housing Development on Abandoned Mine
Joseph Allen, Falls

Room 325

Alison Aune, Gone but not Forgotten Amaryllis Altar


MN CREATES ARTWORK – STATE OFFICE BUILDING

100 Rev Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, St. Paul, MN 55155

STATE OFFICE BUILDING – 1ST FLOOR (Office of Secretary of State, Room 180)

Hay Herbst Helms, Of Heaven and Earth, View from the Barn

Note: on Floors 2 – 5, artworks are listed clock wise starting from the SW corner on each floor, or from the lowest adjacent room number to highest. When you get off the elevator, turn right and work your way clockwise around all four sides of the floor.
STATE OFFICE BUILDING – 2ND FLOOR

Kayleen Horsma, Let it Ride
Kay Herbst Helms, Harvest
Joseph Allen, Stone Arch Bridge
Jeannine Spooner Kitzhaber, Convergence, Excavation
Karen Gustafson, I’m Going In, Adagio
Brandon Lepasti, Marlene Doheny. Excelsior, Minnesota.
Teri Fullerton, Cotter, husband, Army

STATE OFFICE BUILDING – 3rd FLOOR

Michael Dvorak, Amish School, Homework, Daniel’s Chores
Pamela Gaard, Portrait of Shukri, Portrait of Abdulahi, Portrait of Diane
Gwen Westerman, Otokaheya/ At the Beginning, Owamniyomni/ Whirlpool
Jeffrey Thornton, Foggy Sunrise / Chippewah River, Cedar Dream
Morgan Clifford, 16 Little Squares #3, 30 Little Squares

STATE OFFICE BUILDING – 4TH FLOOR

Hend Al-Mansour, Story of Woman
Dodie Logue, Orchard, Two Trees
Teri Fullerton, Larson, son, Army, – Hartmann, son, Army
Petronella Ytsma, Treuren I
Morgan Clifford, Yellow Stripes, Red Stripes
Dawn Zero Erickson, Between Mudang and Yuta and Eight Million Kami, Broken Promises and Pins & Needles for the Hari Kuyou, Souvenirs and Offerings at Awajidou in Senso-Ji
Joseph Allen, Cold Water Springs in Minneapolis
Teresa Cox, Blue Spin

STATE OFFICE BUILDING – 5TH FLOOR

Teresa Cox, Twilight
Xavier Tavera, Manuel J. Aguirre, Rafael Fuentes, and Raymond J. Rangel
Bounxou Daoheuang, Thaut Louang III
Vance Gellert, Freakin’, PLM Settling Pond
Andy Messerschmidt