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Partnering with local artists:
Kat Culbertson, Juan Mills & Barry Carlsen to support




Juan Mills


Juan Mills, 17, is a Madison artist who likes to 'dream big'. His passion for art was inspired at a young age by teacher turned mentor, local artist, Shane Quella. At 11, Juan began showing his art as a part of Gallery Night in Madison, and at 15, earned solo shows at Art & Sons and the Memorial Union. His work often consists of large-scale faces and detailed designs, working quickly while using bold colors. Juan's tools of choice are spray paints, acrylics, paint pens, oil pastels and krink markers. While he has dyslexia and learning disabilities that make reading and writing difficult, they also contribute to Juan's creative and artistic side, generating even more passion for his work. His influences include Stephan Matioc, Keith Herring, Jean-Michel Basquiat and Pablo Picasso.

Experience more of Juan's art on his Instagram @juan_big_dream_mills.



Kat Culbertson

Kat Culbertson is a lifelong artists, originally from Beloit, WI and now residing in Monona. Kat's passions lie in creativity and community.

"Artwork is a better representation of the artist than words could ever be."

Experience more of Kat's work on her Instagram @karmalover and online at




Barry Carlsen


Barry Carlsen, born in Omaha Nebraska, received a BFA from the University of Nebraska-Omaha and MFA from UW-Madison. Currently, Carlsen divides his time between his studio and teaching at Madison College. He's held workshops and lectures at other universities and art centers in Wisconsin and beyond. Carlsen's work has been exhibited nationally and in Europe. Public collections include the Chazen Art Museum, Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, Meriter Hospital, Rayovac Corporation, Sentry Insurance, Progressive Corporation, Wisconsin DNR and the Wisconsin Governor's Mansion.

"I'm increasingly involved in creating a body of work that focuses more directly on personal relationships and the human condition."

Experience more of Barry's art on his Instagram @barrycarlsen or at


TDS' Art Bikes are bringing focus to Mentoring Positives, an organization committed to building strong, trusting relationships, positive attitudes, and life skills in youth through mentoring and social entrepreneurship.

Click here to learn more about Mentoring Positives


Giving back and community involvement are key components of TDS' values and culture. TDS' chosen artists showcase a diversity of perspectives, ideas, and creativity through their designs. As a bike art collection, we celebrate and appreciate the unique stories that, together, create rich, resilient, communities.

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