Visual Arts — June 8 – Brainerd Dispatch

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AITKIN
Ripple River Gallery
27591 Partridge Ave.

A weaving and sewing exhibit by textile artist Torri Hanna will be on view at the Ripple River Gallery in Aitkin near Bay Lake through Sunday, June 12.

Hanna has deep roots in rural Minnesota. Surrounded by boxes and bins of yarn and looms of all shapes and sizes, she weaves and sews at Tangles to Treasures, her studio in Fergus Falls.

His recent work focuses on the themes of climate change and social justice. The intricate miniature embroideries are fantastical abstract landscapes inspired by topographic maps and satellite images and invite closer inspection.

Hanna’s latest series, “Bad Badges,” is meant to spark conversations about climate change. Intricate embroideries supported by circular mirrors include the viewer as both the cause and the solution to this pressing problem.

“As an artist and a woman who lives in this world, I feel compelled to work on climate change and social equity,” Hanna said in a press release.

Using a variety of fiber techniques, she uses hand-spun yarns, knitting, crocheting, braiding and surface embellishment to create visually rich and textured surfaces.

She also weaves with silk and copper thread, then sews the fabric in sculptural waves of color and light.

“In these abstract wall sculptures, I can play and, perhaps in the process, convey joy and even some hope that we will survive the current assault on our women and our Mother Earth,” Hanna said. .

For more information about the Ripple River Gallery, call 218-678-2575, email [email protected] or visit www.ripplerivergallery.com.

BRAINERD
Brainerd Public Library
416 S. Fifth St.

An exhibit of artwork by Lucy Nesheim is on view at the Brainerd Public Library, 416 S. Fifth St., through June.

The exhibition includes 14 works of art in oil on canvas. The predominant theme of the rooms is nature, with an emphasis on water. A few of the pieces on display have an abstract quality, while the rest of the paintings in the exhibit are realistic renderings of nature scenes.

Nesheim used a vivid palette that helps the realistic scenes stand out, according to a press release.

The Cross Arts Alliance
711 Laurel Street

Crossing Arts’ annual exhibition “Salut aux arts” will run from Friday, June 10 to July 2 at the Crossing Arts Gallery.

Featuring new works by local artists that have been created over the past year, the works on display will include photography, mixed media, paintings, textile/fabric and more.

The public is invited to attend the casual vernissage of this exhibition with a light refreshment from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Friday.

Exhibiting artists: Carolyn Abbott, Tigerlily Bass, Aiyana Beaulieu, Annie Capistrant, Karen Cheney, Brandi Enberg, Lonnie Knutson, Molly Krautkremer, Jessica Lintner, Patricia Lintner, Adam Marx, Mark Odden, Jan Rapacz, Gregory Rosenberg, Jane Ryan, Jan Sheets , Rita Fortunato Sterling, Mike Vogt and Katy Yenter.

This exhibit is funded, in part, by the voters of Minnesota through grants from the Five Wings Arts Council and the Minnesota State Arts Board, through a legislative appropriation from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.

For more information, contact Crossing Arts at 218-833-0416 or email [email protected] Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.

SMALL FALLS
Arts of the Great River
122 First Street SE

The front gallery of Great River Arts will present “The Elegance of the Universe; A Thing of Beauty” by Stephanie Mirocha, until June 29.

The main gallery will feature Kari Weber’s “A Change of Seasons” exhibition, which also runs through June 29.

Great River Arts is a community-supported arts and cultural events center in the historic downtown district of Little Falls. Admission to the galleries and retail store is free and open to the public. Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.

For more information, call 320-632-0960 or visit www.greatart.org.

Charles A. Weyerhaeuser Memorial Museum
2151 Lindbergh Drive S.

“Good People: A Photographic Exploration of Morrison County” will be on display at the Charles A. Weyerhaeuser Memorial Museum in Little Falls until December 31.

Anthony Marchetti began photographing in Morrison County in 2018. Located in the geographic center of Minnesota, the county presents a stark contrast to the Minnesota he once knew.

In 2016 and 2020, Donald Trump’s margin of victory in the region ranked the highest in the state, according to a press release, and he learned more about local residents on both sides of the political divide. , as well as their ways of life and their values, their passions and their fears. .

For more information about the event and Marchetti, call 320-632-4007, email [email protected] or visit www.morrisoncountyhistory.org.

NEW YORK MILLS
New York Mills Regional Cultural Center
24 N. Main Ave.

The New York Mills Regional Cultural Center opened its annual exhibition of regional adult galleries “When the Work is Done”. The exhibit is about what you do when your work is done – those feelings of accomplishment, contentment, celebration, satisfaction, etc.

All regional artists were invited to submit one or two works of art in any medium that were completed in 2016 to present. The show ends July 2.

For more information, call 218-385-3339 or email [email protected]

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