Brainerd General public Library
416 S. Fifth St.
Artist Lyn Carner’s artwork featuring numerous normal subjects and scenes in a variety of mediums is on show by means of December. For much more details, get in touch with 218-829-5574 or e-mail [email protected]
Crossing Arts Alliance
711 Laurel St.
Crossing Arts offers its most recent workshop with guest artist Jim Reed from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 18.
Master to develop a stunning nonetheless simplistic styled stamped sterling silver ring with guided assistance by the soldering course of action for a perfect suit. Pro recommendations on good art approaches to darken the stamping will make a ring stand out as a fantastic piece of handcrafted art.
Reed has been generating custom made, sterling silver jewellery for more than four years and his operate is obtainable for obtain in the Crossing Arts present store. He teaches seventh-grade know-how at Forestview Middle School, and mines gems and minerals in the Colorado mountains.
The value for the workshop is $65 for Crossing Arts customers and $75 for nonmembers limited to 12 college students, minimum of 8. Every participant will have to be 16 years or more mature. This course will be held at a area in Baxter and will be disclosed in a affirmation registration electronic mail.
Pre-sign up for this course at https://bit.ly/3dvrwBQ or simply call 218-833-0416 to reserve a place. Cancellations made considerably less than 48 several hours in advance of the class starts might not be eligible for a refund.
Good River Arts
122 First St. SE
“Of 3 Minds” will be exhibited in the Primary Gallery until finally Jan. 1 and will showcase the artworks of Suzann Beck, Donna Meyer and Marko Fields.
Gallery several hours of 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday as a result of Friday and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturdays. For more info, phone 320-632-0960 or e-mail [email protected]
NEW YORK MILLS
Regional Cultural Center
24 N. Principal St.
The New York Mills Regional Cultural Center announces its December 2021 Gallery Exhibit: “Notes from New York Mills” by Artist Brett Lysne.
This clearly show incorporates two bodies of get the job done, “Notes from New York Mills,” designed in the course of Lysne’s artist residency at the Cultural Center’s Arts Retreat in 2014 and “North Dakota Point out Maps,” produced among 2012-2014.
Lysne is a visual artist who works in drawing, printmaking, artist guides and electronic media, and teaches printmaking and drawing at Minnesota State University in Moorhead.
“Notes from New York Mills” is a series of ephemeral combined media drawings layered on white ink monitor printed on tan paper.
The “North Dakota Condition Maps” was accomplished in the summer time of 2012, and mixed pen, graphite and other drawing materials on paper to build fields of connected textual content in the shape of a point out Lysne longed to return to: North Dakota.