Posted January 04, 2018 07:09:16 A bus station that’s been a fixture in the city for decades is being revived.
The St. Paul City Light Station has been a bus stop since the 1920s.
It’s been home to the Metro Transit Center, which served as the city’s public transit system until 2011.
The former bus stop has been converted into a creative arts hub.
The City Light has been the site of numerous art projects and public art installations since it opened in 2011.
Artists like Michael Krieger, Scott Williams, and Dave Smith have been taking advantage of the space and transforming it into a living space for creative activities.
Here are some of the artists who have been working on the space:Michael Kriege works with acrylic paint, using chalk to create large murals on the walls and ceilings.
He uses his brushes to create abstract designs that resemble the buildings on the ground.
Scott Williams is a painter who specializes in the use of paint and watercolors.
He creates paintings that are more detailed than most people are used to seeing.
Dave Smith works with chalk and acrylic paint to create a variety of artwork that are abstract and intricate.
He’s a painter that specializes in drawing, drawing, and painting on canvas.
His work is influenced by art, architecture, and nature.
He paints using chalk, watercolor, and watercolor ink.
He also creates an artwork by using watercolor to create complex abstract and abstract-like compositions.
The mural in the corner of the art space, called The Art of the Night, is a work by the artist, whose name is unknown.
Artist John Henningson created the mural in front of the City Light.
He used chalk to paint a variety, but he also used watercolor and watercolour ink to create the painting.
Henningsson also has a website, Art of The Night.
He said that the mural is inspired by the city of St. Louis.
He hopes that the space will serve as a destination for people who would like to learn about the city and explore St. Pierre, a city in central Minnesota.
Artists will be creating art projects on the spot, from sculpture to painting.
Artist Paul Gieske will be taking on the role of artist.
He has been doing installations in the downtown area, and the new bus station will be his first stop.
He will be doing art in the station for at least a year.
He’ll also be painting the walls.
He created a painting for the mural, which is on display at the art center.
Artistic events are being held on the site for the first time since 2011.
They include a music festival on January 9, 2018, and an arts performance on January 19, 2018.
Artwork is available for viewing from January 24 through February 4.