Category Archives: Galleries

River Arts Alliance’s 2nd Annual Member Exhibit and Opening Reception

Opening Reception: Friday | June 23 | 4-8pm | Light Refreshments Served

Exhibit Hours: Fridays and Saturdays | June 23 – July 29 | 4-8pm
The gallery will be open during Concerts on the Green and by appointment.

  • Julia Crozier

This event is a partnership with the Winona State University Department of Art and Design and River Arts Alliance. Admission is free.

Works by these talented artists will be on display. To preview an artist’s work, click on the link to visit their webpage.

Linda Arnesen
Julia Crozier
John Durfey
Dan Eastman
Linda Sue Eastman
Mary Lee Eischen
Mary Farrell
Barb Feiten
Peet Fetsch
Joan Finnegan
Peter Flick

Julie Johnston
Ray Kiihne
Lorrain Kilmartin
Kathy Kovala
Teri Tenseth Market
Ken McCullough
Al Mueller
Sue Pariseau
Seho Park
Anne Scott Plummer

Lynette Power
Joy Davis Ripley
Jamie Schell
Teresa Schumaker
Kay Shaw
Carol Slade
Sydney Swanson
Catherine Tuggle
Anna VanDemark
Kari Yearous

 

WSU Faculty Exhibition

On View in the Watkins Gallery through December 9th: The Winona State University Faculty exhibition presents recent work by artist-educators Danilo Bojic, Roger Boulay, Mike Knox, Seho Park, Anne Scott Plummer, Don Schmidlapp and Matt Winkler. Artist Talk and Reception: Wednesday, November 30th from 4-6pm. Refreshments will be served. The Watkins Gallery is located in… Continue Reading

Gathering Moss: A Slow Look at the Close at Hand

“a rolling stone gathers no moss” (an old proverb) An Art exhibit by Diane Crane and Lynne Burgess October 5 through November 18 • Winona Arts Center RECEPTION: Sunday, October 9, from 3-5 pm www.facebook.com/WinonaArtsCenter/events Diane Crane and Lynne Burgess are old friends who share a deep connection to the places in which they live.… Continue Reading

Mary Singer Exhibit at MCA

Galleria Valéncia at the Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts (MCA) is featuring an exhibit by portrait artist Mary Singer, August 17th throughout the month of September. Mary has worked with a wide variety of visual arts her whole life here in Winona. She started out doing commissioned fine art portraits of people. Equine and pets… Continue Reading