For 20 years, St. Paul artists Julie Buffalohead and Nate Flink have been creating work stylistically different from each other. While Flink tends to work in abstract, Buffalohead tells stories through her animal creatures. To raise matching funds for the Knight Foundation Arts Challenge grant recently awarded to their Space 369 project in St. Paul, the couple is cleaning house and having a sale. Portraits, landscapes, narrative pieces, abstract works, and Buffalohead’s internationally renowned acrylics, through which she transforms her Native heritage and concepts of motherhood into whimsical iconography at once fabulous and poignant, will be available. She’s also created a limited-edition print for the sale, produced in collaboration with Big Al’s printing (aka Alec Soth). In Space 369.