Here’s the latest “Inside Card”. It’s a quick look at what’s happening at Watermark.

New editions will be posted here as they become available.

Be sure to check the Exhibits, Education, and Events pages for up-to-date information and additions.

Highlights:

Artistry through the Lens

Watermark Art Center welcomes photographer Lowell Wolff for a Special Artist Presentation: “Artistry through the Lens” on Thursday, September 16 from 6 to 7:30pm.  Wolff will discuss his perspective on the difference between “taking” and “making” a photograph. When shooting, he begins with the intention to use artistic elements in the creation of an image that is far more nuanced than simply “taking” a photo to capture the subject. Applying visual arts elements such as lighting, patterns, leading lines, shapes, textures and composition, Wolff uses the tools of the camera: fast/slow shutter speed, deep/shallow depth-of view, to create his final image.  Doors open at 5:30pm, talk begins at 6pm with Q & A to follow. This is a free event. Registration is not required.

Wolff’s exhibit, “Reflections of Northern Minnesota”, is currently on display at Watermark in the Lakeview Gallery through September 25.

Online Art Auction Fundraiser 2021

Watermark Art Center announces Online Art Auction 2021. Nearly 140 items will be available including wood and fiber arts, jewelry, ceramic, sculpture, paintings, prints and more. Online preview and registration are now open to the public and there is no cost to register. Items will be added regularly for preview until bidding begins September 18 at noon and ends promptly on September 30 at noon.

Auction purchases help Watermark to nurture the growth, development of, and access to the visual arts in Northern Minnesota. Watermark’s Online Art Auction 2021 has been made possible through generous sponsorship from Paul Bunyan Communication.

ONLINE RECEPTION  Thursday September 23, 6pm CT

Registration required
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Join SDA’s Earth Matters juror, Nnenna Okore, and award winners, Linda Belden, Emily Sullivan Smith, Sandi Goldstein and Ruth Tabancay, for a virtual reception celebrating the exhibition. This event will include juror remarks, artist presentations and an opportunity to connect with other attendees in a small-group setting.

 

2021 September
2021 September