Call or visit Watermark to order prints from Mashkawiziiwag! All photographs were taken in 2020: Missing and Murdered Indigenous MovementBlack Lives Matter ProtestsPortraits 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 you place your order. When…
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.
Exhibit: 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.
VIRTUAL EXHIBIT>>Exhibit: November 7 – December 23, 2020. This year’s exhibit is dedicated to 2004 IOC juror, Bill Gossman who passed away earlier this year and will include the work of eight additional jurors .
Each year the exhibit is dedicated to functional clay vessels. Work must also meet high standards of form, craftsmanship, and surface design. Multiple pieces from each potter will allow viewers to understand their unique vision and aesthetic. In addition, artists will have work available for immediate purchase.
Exhibit & Virtual Exhibit: November 2, 2020 – January 22, 2021. These selected works from the Harlow/Kleven Collections showcase a collection of ceramic and print work from the BSU collections that focuses on art that “tell“ a story. The objects in the show may illustrate or imply a story that the artist wants the viewer to consider.
VIRTUAL EXHIBIT AVAILABLE>> Exhibit through November 20, 2020. This collage series was inspired by the literary genre of magical realism. The goal was to explore the spirit of nature visually and evoke the emotions and mystery humans find there and present another way of seeing nature.
VIRTUAL EXHIBIT AVAILABLE>> Exhibit extended to mid November, 2020. “Train of Thought” draws from expressionism, graffiti, and diverse characters of all genres. This, combined with the nostalgia of collecting memorobilia as a child and the idea of evolution, captivated Decker and inspired this body of work.
October, 2020. Kaul Gallery. In conjunction with the exhibit “Patient Nature”, Watermark Art Center has on display “Monarch Butterflies” painted by area young artists.
VIRTUAL EXHIBIT AVAILABLE >> Exhibit runs September 12 – October 31, 2020. “Patient Nature” is a group exhibit created in memory of area artist and photographer Joyce Kleven (2019). Photographers were asked to submit work depicting birdlife in any form to the categories of Professional, Amateur, Youth or a special fourth category “Birds, Bees & Butterflies – Bemidji” reserved for images of native pollinators interacting with plants native to our area. In addition to submissions, also featured is the “2019 – 2020 Traveling Audubon Photography Awards Exhibit”
Love Bytes aka An Amalgam of Time I. I am the whisper of knowing wrapped around stones you have tossed carelessly to skim across water unconcerned about their destiny as they sink into the deep. II. Midnight slipped over the curve of your palms inscribing her wisdom in sharp tongued strokes leaving her language tattooed…
Things I Pray About ( just in case it works) Every heart I bumped into without apology hasty and prolonged goodbyes sweet blossoms that give me joy with extra love to the lilacs. Touches that knew me the first time and the last – waters that love me until I heal- every shade…
CALL IS CLOSED. EXHIBIT OPENS SEPT 12. Watermark Art Center announces the call for photography for their exhibit entitled “Patient Nature” in memory of area artist and photographer Joyce Kleven and featuring the “2019 – 2020 Audubon Traveling Awards Exhibition”.
VIRTUAL EXHIBIT AVAILABLE>> Exhibit through October 15. On display are selected works from the Harlow/Kleven Collections that showcase the ability of line and form to evoke emotion and develop emphasis through variations and distortions.
Waterscapes We humans are grieving and surviving powerful moments and changing days that are moving us forward, by any means possible. We are all survivors of something and some survivors of many things. There will never be a return to what was – and really there never has been that option. The urgency…