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Karen Engevik and her pottery business, Black Horse Pottery and Tile, have been honored as this year's featured artist at the 12th annual Grand Cities Art Fest. Engevik returns to the festival after winning Best in Show last year. Many of Karen Engevik's artwork features images of horses. Engevik has always been interested in art, and constantly sketched horses as a child.

12th annual Grand Cities Art Fest opens this weekend

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For 35 years, she taught special education, specializing in visually impaired for the Roseau Community School District, and tried to find things to keep herself busy in her spare time. But routine chores, such as doing the dishes, weren’t cutting it for her.


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Wade Rupard
Wade Rupard is a features reporter for The Grand Forks Herald. Rupard is a 2014 graduate of the Missouri School of Journalism and is originally from Normal, Ill. 
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