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Madison Dier, founder of Madcraftin, holds the first embroidery outline for her “Normalize Normal Bodies Series.” The series highlights Dier’s personal acceptance of body image and an inspiration for her customer following.

Embroidery series fosters message of inclusivity

Story by Evelyn Nelson, Chief Copy Editor
December 8, 2020
Small Business Saturday is only recognized once a year and takes place in between Black Friday and Cyber Monday. 
burlap canvas

Small business everyday

Story by Evelyn Nelson, Chief Copy Editor
December 4, 2019
Blue Boxer Arts held their Grand Re-Opening Celebration through an all day event on Nov. 2 at Tangled Up in Hue, their new location.

Tangled up in yarn crafts

Story by Evelyn Nelson, Chief Copy Editor
November 4, 2019
Nishant Jain, otherwise known as The Sneaky Artist, sits down to doodle his surroundings and those who pick up his book.

Sneaky art pops up in the Eau Claire area

Story by Lauren Spierings, News Editor
September 12, 2019
From this neck of the woods

From this neck of the woods

Story by McKenna Dirks, Currents/ Sports Editor
April 1, 2019
Boss Women: Highlighting businesswomen in Eau Claire

Boss Women: Highlighting businesswomen in Eau Claire

Story by Taylor Reisdorf, Freelance Writer
October 29, 2018
Tangled Up In Hue’s shop dog will be retiring after nine years of greeting customers at the door.

Tangled Up In Hue celebrates shop dog’s retirement with fifth annual Dog Art Show

Story by Erica Jones, Chief Copy Editor
October 4, 2017
Tangled Up In Hue celebrated their re-opening this past Friday with free caricatures, live music, an art station and free snacks at their new location 505 S. Barstow St. Suite B in downtown Eau Claire.

Tangled Up In Hue now able to support more local artists with new space

Story by Elizabeth Gosling, Copy Editor
April 10, 2017
Local artist Tanya Meyer’s collection titled “Portal of Lights” is on display at Tangled Up In Hue on South Barstow Street in downtown Eau Claire. Each piece uses a variety of colors, patterns and textures to portray her artwork.

Tangled Up In Hue displays ‘Portal of Lights’ for First Fridays event

Story by Rachyl Houterman, Staff Writer
February 7, 2017
Christy Skuban’s collection features numerous pieces using bold colors with uncommon designs. Starting her career with jewelry making, she brought her unique style to her newest art medium: wall sculpture.

Tangled Up in Hue continues to feature the work of Eau Claire artists

Story by Deanna Kolell, Staff Writer
January 25, 2017
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