On View | MacRostie Gallery | August 7 – 29 Sponsored by Timberlake Lodge The 23rd Annual Juried Art Exhibition features a collection of local and regional artworks juried by ...
MacRostie Art Center is hosting its first ever Art Swap on Saturday, July 25 from 10 am to 2 pm. Planned to coincide with the annual Northern Minnesota Swap Meet and Car Show, this event puts an artistic twist on the sentiment that “one person’s trash is another person’s treasure.” Anyone is welcome to take […]
On View | MacRostie Gallery | July 3 – 31 Sponsored by Edwards LaPlant Construction Josh Winkler’s prints and drawings take a closer look at specific places in the American landscape, specifically the story of the Big Trees of Calaveras County. While roadside attractions, accessible vistas, the tallest peaks, and the largest trees are tiny […]
On View | Minnesota Gallery | July 3 – 31 Sponsored by First National Bank of Coleraine Alonso Sierralta’s work explores the visual relationship created by combining natural and manufactured elements. The concepts and subject matter of his sculptures develop from ideas related to his experience as an immigrant. The work is a visual representation […]
Workshop Vladimir Yarish of Novgorod Province, Russia, is a master craftsman and author of a definitive guide to the history and uses of birch bark and instructions for basket-making. This course is suitable for all skill levels with a variety of projects available to choose from. Students will learn methods for preparing birch bark and […]
MacRostie Art Center presents its annual summer art fair — a community celebration of art and creativity! The Downtown Art Fair will take place on Saturday, July 11 from 9:00 am to 4 pm on the Old Central School grounds in downtown Grand Rapids. Admission to the event is free and the public is […]
On View | June 5 – 27 | MacRostie Gallery Sponsored by Paul Bunyan Communications Rick Love and James Boyd Brent have been working for more than a year on developing bodies of work that focus on the Mississippi river between Franklin and Fort Snelling, consisting of drawings, screen prints, mixed media prints, watercolors, and […]