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Where Do I Begin, a SPOTLIGHT exhibition of new paintings by Greg Graham, opens December 7th at Groveland Gallery. Graham is known for his intimate, postcard-sized paintings which depict everyday events and ordinary places, bestowing a simple nobility on the awkward and sometimes graceless intersections of humanity and city life. These miniature paintings are snapshots of the everyday occurrences that rarely register in our consciousness. Of this new body of work, Graham says: “These paintings are storyboards. Dreams, personal experiences…Find out more »
Groveland Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of "Far and Wide: Landscapes from the Midwest" an exhibition of new work by Minnesota artist, Tom Maakestad. Raised in rural Northfield, Minnesota, in a family of artists among a community of farmers, Maakestad strives to reconcile scenes from his idyllic farm upbringing with the mass production farming more present today. The Midwestern landscape continues to provide a rich vein of subject material. In this new series, Maakestad approached familiar scenes from…Find out more »
FlyOver America will transform into a magical winter wonderland for the holiday season. Guests will have fun helping Santa search for his missing elves during an exhilarating flight across America and onto the North Pole. It's time to take your holiday traditions to new heights! Holiday event-goers will sit in a suspended chair, feet dangling, in front of a four-story spherical screen. Special effects including wind, mist and scents, combined with the chair’s motion, will truly make you feel like…Find out more »
Stroll through beautiful light displays on this walking tour through our sparkling winter gardens. Warm up near a bonfire and purchase a S'mores kit. Free for Members, $15 for non member adults. $5 for children 15 and younger.Find out more »
For the month of January 2020, artZ Gallery presents: “Beginnings,” the annual theme show, featuring works of gallery member artists and guest artists from the past year, as they interpret the theme. Some of the artists will display earlier artworks as examples of their creative “Beginnings.” Others will show works that express the idea of “Beginnings” with their own meaning and medium. Approximately twenty-one participating artists will include a variety of mediums. artZ Gallery is an artist-owned and operated gallery…Find out more »
Hello 2020! What’s that? You need to surround yourself with calm after the swirling holidays and exhausting year that was 2019? NCC has an oasis of serene inspiration for this month’s featured artist offerings. Whether you crave memories of summer streams and ponds evoked by Holden’s surfaces and forms, Jaszczak’s cool, contemplative, and contemporary functional wares, or the soft lines and prairie garden patterns in Riley’s work, we have a gallery full of respite and your new favorite pot awaiting…Find out more »
Emerging Artist Recipients features the ceramic works of Jerome Ceramic Artist Project Grant recipients, Emerging Artist Residents, and the Red Wing Collectors Society Foundation Award recipients. Jerome Ceramic Artist Project Grant: The Jerome Ceramic Artist Project Grant program supports the work of Minnesota ceramic artists at relatively early stages in their careers, as they accomplish short-term, specific objectives. The 2019 Jerome Ceramic Artist Project Grant recipients in the exhibition are: Erin Paradis, Zoë Powell, and Lynn Wadsworth. Each artist spent…Find out more »
JANUARY 18, 2020 ~ HOME Improvement and Design EXPO Saturday 10:00am to 4:00pm Canterbury Park (Expo Center) 1100 Canterbury Road, Shakopee, MN 55379 Attention all home improvement enthusiast! Don't miss your opportunity to explore up to 150 exhibitors featuring the latest products, services and information to help turn your dream home into a reality. Start your next projects off to the right start. Talk with the experts and get free tips and renovation ideas! Meet builders, remodelers, landscapers, designers, painters,…Find out more »
Orkestar Bez Ime , meaning “orchestra without a name” in Bulgarian, was formed in 2002 to recreate the sounds of the village with a presentation as festive as the music itself. Focusing on Eastern Europe and music of the Rom (“Gypsy”) people, OBI’s repertoire reaches from Albania to Ukraine, with plenty of stops in between. Orkestar Bez Ime is a winner of the 2011-2012 McKnight Artist Fellowships for Performing Musicians administered by MacPhail Center for Music and a recipient of…Find out more »
Love houseplants, but ran out of floor or counter space? We have the perfect design solution- mounting an indoor plant! Create dimension and interest on your walls with a living plant in our Indoor Plant Mounting Workshop! Join Tangletown designers at our January workshop, where you’ll pick the perfect indoor plant, and learn how to mount it during this hands-on experience. Mounted plants make a great statement wall piece, and are easy to care for, so be sure to join…Find out more »
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