The Marley & Sandy Kaul Gallery is Watermark’s largest gallery. Named after award-winning Bemidji painter Marley Kaul and his wife, Sandy, a prominent arts leader in the region, the gallery boasts 1,996 square feet. Floor-to-ceiling windows on three exterior walls allow visitors a magnificent view of Lake Bemidji while providing nearby traffic a wide view inside the gallery, as well.
Fresh & Faded Memories: Paintings by Marley Kaul
The inaugural exhibit in the Kaul Gallery features the work of the gallery’s namesake. Fresh & Faded Memories includes thirty-six Egg Tempera paintings by nationally-acclaimed painter, Marley Kaul. Most of the work in the show was lent by private collections, but a few pieces remain for sale!