Radio Gallery 01-13-10: Chuck Hues

Jan 12, 2010

Listen as Chuck Hues, a vital visual artist to the festival music scene, talks about his work.

Radio Gallery 01-13-10: Chuck Hues

Hosted by Maija Morton

Hues began his career making shirt designs for Grateful Dead in 1992, and since then his work has been expanding. The back drop used for the Ten Thousand Lakes Festival is a mural that Hues designed, and he has been adding onto it each year since 2005. Hues also does live art, in which he paints along side bands during live shows. Many jam bands, such as Lunar Funk Theory and Wookiefoot, have had Hues do their album artwork as well. Currently, however, he is focusing on traveling to various business all over the country to paint wall murals. Hear Hues talk about his fascinating work on Radio Gallery.

View Some of Hues' Paintings
Hues' Website
Hues' Myspace

Radio Gallery airs Wednesdays at 4pm and Thursdays at 7:45am and is brought to you by:


The Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund
The Duluth Public Arts Commission