Winona Art Walk and Tour Countdown – Location 3

We’re counting down to the 2018 Winona Art Walk and Tour. Today, we will feature location “3” on the map.


Gallery for a Day
Wesley United Methodist Church
114 W. Broadway

Robert Calvey
Wood art bowls vases and hollow forms

Julia Crozier
Crozier’s work stems primarily from inspiration from traveling in and experiencing the natural world and from time spent in cities and looking at architecture and machinery. Although the experiences at first glance may seem contradictory, they have been a constant source of ideas for Crozier throughout the years. Recently she has been working in oil pastel and with oil painting, sometimes using black lines for compositional emphasis.

Julia Crozier

Joy Davis Ripley
Joy photographs birds in flight, patterns of buildings, and details of insects and creates designs out of some of her images, which she then prints onto performance-wear.

Joy Davis Ripley

Joan Einsman
Joan’s art is drawings and paintings, using various media and sizes. They are symbolic and often inspired by the Winona area.

Mary Forney
My art has a strong focus on painting and drawing. My creative work changes and adapts to whatever the inspiration demands, often including printmaking and textiles. Subjects that I favor in my work tend to come from my investigation of the natural world. Living in the driftless region of southern Minnesota provides endless inspiration from the bluffs and valleys that surround me.

Rick & Maryann Frietsche
Our Design Goal: Create a unique piece of jewelry using a beautiful stone. Our Design Materials: We source beautiful semi-precious stones and use with metals such sterling silver, fine silver, copper, brass, and/or gold to create a unique piece. Our designs include pendants, rings, bracelets, earrings, necklaces and small objects of art. Our Jewelry Making Techniques Include: Hand sawing, shaping, texturing, soldering, and polishing the metal and stone setting for our designs.

Patsy King
Paintings of animals in nature.

Kay Shaw
Nature and travel photos on matted photos, notecards, calendars and books.

Mary Singer
Portraits of the beautiful area we live in – oils, watercolors, graphite, and prints. Also, fine art portrait commissions of people, animals, etc.

Catherine S. Tuggle
Paintings, oil on canvas.

Phil Waletzko
Waletzko Primitive Craft sells wooden spoons carved by axe and knife with ties to the past.  The goal is to create a utilitarian household utensil out of reclaimed or locally harvested trees. Utilizing environmentally friendly finishes, these items are made for everyday use and admiration.

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