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Asiniig – with Duane Goodwin

February First Friday Art Walk Opening Watermark Art Center (formerly Bemidji Community Art Center) and Paul Bunyan Communications present the opening of “Asiniig” with artist Duane Goodwin as a part of the February First Friday Art Walk.  The Anishinaabe word for “stones” ~ Asiniig represents a collection of work by Goodwin featuring his stone sculpture

Clay: Black Foot by Steven Schaeffer

2013 IOC Awards

November 1st was the opening of the 11th Annual It’s Only Clay exhibit, featuring work by ceramic artist and 2013 juror, Andrea Leila Denecke. Thirty-four pieces from 23 artists representing 12 states were selected by Denecke back in September for this year’s show. Denecke then reviewed the work after the installation to choose the winners for

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Cultures in Change

“All cultures change over time, but they are changing faster in our age of globalization.  While change happens all around us, my particular interest is countries which are little known due to distance or governmental policy.  Isolated high in the Himalayas, the Bhutan is geographically remote and has only recently open its borders to visitors.