Art on The Edge:

where art meets metaphysical


Collaborating and connecting for community, consciousness, and the curious. That’s how the conversation began between Kelly Wagner, owner of The Edge magazine and myself, Suzie Marty, owner of the Everett & Charlie Art Gallery. As soon as we met (again), Kelly and I knew instantly that we would be working together, bringing our passions and strengths to share information and create something new. It didn’t take long before we came up with the idea of an event combining art and metaphysical.
With that, “Art on The Edge” was created.
Not your typical art fair, Art on The Edge is a festival dedicated to visual artists and holistic vendors. In the fall of 2020, we introduced the festival as a pop-up outside the Everett & Charlie Gallery in Linden Hills. It was hugely successful, so this year the festival will take over 43rd Street east of Upton on Saturday, July 23, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. There will be over 50+ vendors ranging from artists, authors, mystics, tarot readers, jewelers, psychics, and more. Be curious. Be there!

The Edge:
Kelly and her husband, Steve Wagner, purchased The Edge magazine which was founded in 1992 to promote the holistic community and explore the evolution of consciousness. A bi-monthly and digital publication, The Edge is the leading events and media resource dedicated to all aspects of holistic living, health and wellness, and the mysteries beyond. Kelly and Steve are committed to businesses, organizations and individuals who support our collective journey to wholeness and balance. In addition, The Edge is devoted to promoting organizations, businesses, and individuals who support our collective journey to wholeness and balance.
More than 20,000 people read The Edge printed publication monthly in the Twin Cities… and around the world. Most of The Edge readers have researched or use complementary or alternative healing modalities, purchase self-improvement products, buy nutritional supplements and place a high importance on the sustainability of our planet.
The Edge magazine is available in print at more than 500 locations throughout the Twin Cities, outstate Minnesota and Upper Midwest, including Everett and Charlie Gallery.

Everett & Charlie:
I opened Everett & Charlie gallery in 2018, and it features only Minnesota artists. The gallery is grand salon-style, featuring a large variety of art which includes paintings, screen-printing, photography, pottery, glass, jewelry, textiles, sculpture, woodwork, and more. The artwork changes frequently and offers a calendar of openings, trunk shows, artists’ talks and workshops, demonstrations and live music.
I believe energy is what makes original art special. The space is welcoming, full of color and energy.
Art has been touched by human hands and is meant to be enjoyed. It’s my absolute calling to connect people with original art that speaks to them, and to the Minnesota artists whose stories resonate. I believe in exposing art to everyday life and find joy when a piece finds a forever home.
Everett & Charlie is named after my two grandsons (and future artists) who were four and one when I opened. In 2021, Everett & Charlie was voted “Minnesota’s Best Art Gallery” by readers of the Star Tribune and has been nominated in 2022.
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Save the date – Saturday, July 23
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. linden hills


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