Exhibit & Online Image Gallery February 17 – May 1, 2021: Years of witnessing plants and animals adapt to phenological changes and seasonal cycles, certain elements have surfaced to intertwine with visual fiber artist Kirsten Anderson’s life. Her wool-felted tapestries are an exploration of these relationships their circles of connection and reciprocity.
Exhibit & Online Image Gallery: February 5 – May 21, 2021: From Bemidji State University’s Harlow-Kleven teaching collection, “A Different Way to Look at It” challenges viewers to think about what the artists have achieved in their creation of abstract art.
Exhibit & Online Image Gallery: February 5 – May 1, 2021. Granlund’s regular visits to the Minnesota/Canada border, to explore the landscape of his father’s childhood, have forged an attentiveness to its unique combination of water, rocks, trees and sky.
Exhibit & Virtual Exhibit opens January 13 – April 24, 2021. Ne-Dah-Ness is a well-known photographer in the Indigenous world. She is regularly sought out to photograph important evens and specialized photo shoots. Her imagery prompts a visceral reaction from her viewers, while evoking emotion from the “movements” she captures.
Memoirs Of An Open Heart is a new series that will become an installation. They are 18″ x 18″ acrylic on canvas – 2021. I will recall and examine experiences through the metaphor of my heart.
Call or visit Watermark to order prints from Mashkawiziiwag! All photographs were taken in 2020: Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women DemonstrationsAmerican Indian Movement RalliesBlack Lives Matter ProtestsPortraits Artist’s Exhibit page → If you call, be prepared with the name of your print and the size you will order. Watermark: 218-444-7570 Please pay for prints when…