Visual Arts — June 8 – Brainerd Dispatch


Ripple River Gallery
27591 Partridge Ave.

An exhibit of weaving and stitchery by fiber artist Torri Hanna will be highlighted at Ripple River Gallery in Aitkin around Bay Lake until Sunday, June 12.

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

Her recent work focuses on the subjects of local weather adjust and social justice. Intricate miniature embroideries are fantastical summary landscapes influenced by topographical maps and satellite photographs and invite nearer inspection.

Hanna’s hottest collection, “Bad Badges,” is intended to spark dialogue about local weather improve. Intricate embroidery backed by circular mirrors include the viewer as both of those the trigger and the resolution to this urgent difficulty.

“As an artist and a woman who lives in this earth, I feel compelled to make function pertaining to local weather adjust and social fairness,” Hanna mentioned in a news launch.

Using a wide range of fiber tactics, she takes advantage of hand-spun yarns, knit, crochet, braid and floor embellishment to develop visually prosperous and textural surfaces.

She also weaves with silk and copper wire, then stitches the material into sculptural waves of color and gentle.

“In these abstract wall sculptures, I can participate in and, maybe in the approach, pass on pleasure and even some hope that we will endure the latest assault on our girls and our Mom Earth,” Hanna said.

For more information about the Ripple River Gallery, simply call 218-678-2575, electronic mail

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Brainerd General public Library
416 S. Fifth St.

An exhibit of artwork by Lucy Nesheim is on display screen at the Brainerd Community Library, 416 S. Fifth St., by June.

The show features 14 parts of artwork in oil on canvas. The predominant theme of the items is character, with a concentrate on h2o. A pair of the parts on show have an abstract high quality to them, though the relaxation of the exhibit’s paintings are reasonable renderings of mother nature scenes.

Nesheim has utilized a vivid palette that can help the lifelike scenes stand out, according to a information launch.

The Crossing Arts Alliance
711 Laurel St.

Crossing Arts yearly show “Salute To The Arts” will operate from Friday, June 10, until eventually July 2 in the Crossing Arts Gallery.

Featuring new artwork from area artists that have been produced around the past year, works on display will include pictures, combined media, paintings, textile/fabric and a lot more.

The public is invited to show up at the everyday opening for this exhibition with mild refreshments from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. 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 exhibition is funded, in part, by the voters of Minnesota via grants from Five Wings Arts Council and the Minnesota Point out Arts Board, many thanks to a legislative appropriation from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.

For far more data, speak to Crossing Arts at 218-833-0416 or electronic mail

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. Several hours are 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday by Friday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.

Very little FALLS
Good River Arts
122 1st St. SE

The front gallery of Terrific River Arts will aspect “The Magnificence of the Universe A Point of Beauty” exhibition by Stephanie Mirocha, which runs by way of June 29.

The key gallery will aspect “A Modify of Seasons” exhibition by Kari Weber, which also operates via June 29.

Excellent River Arts is a group-supported art and cultural situations center in the historic district of downtown Small Falls. Admission to the galleries and retail retailer is absolutely free and open to the public. Hrs are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday by Friday and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.

For extra info, phone 320-632-0960 or visit


Charles A. Weyerhaeuser Memorial Museum
2151 Lindbergh Generate S.

“Good Men and women: A Photographic Exploration of Morrison County” will be on display screen at the Charles A. Weyerhaeuser Memorial Museum in Little Falls right until Dec. 31.

Anthony Marchetti commenced photographing in Morrison County in 2018. Situated in Minnesota’s geographic centre, the county offers a stark contrast to the Minnesota he has recognized.

In 2016 and 2020, Donald Trump’s margin of victory in the region ranked the best in the condition, according to a news release, and he uncovered extra about area people on both sides of the political divide, and their existence and values, passions and fears.

For extra data about the celebration and Marchetti, connect with 320-632-4007, e mail

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New York Mills Regional Cultural Center
24 N. Principal Ave.

The New York Mills Regional Cultural Center opened its once-a-year grownup regional gallery demonstrate “When the Perform is Finished.” The exhibit is all about what you do when your work is performed — those people emotions of accomplishment, contentment, celebration, satisfaction, etcetera.

All regional artists were welcomed to post just one or two items of artwork in any medium that was concluded in 2016 up right up until today. The display finishes July 2.

For much more info, connect with 218-385-3339 or e mail

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, 218-855-5851 or mail to Frank Lee, Brainerd Dispatch, P.O. Box 974, Brainerd, MN 56401. (Make sure you contain time, date, location, admission price tag and get hold of information and facts.) Deadline is 11 a.m. Monday for Wednesday publication.


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