A traveling art exhibit, featuring 10 pieces by artists in northwest Minnesota, is on display through Jan. 4 at the Red Lake Falls (Minn.) Public Library.
The exhibit, sponsored by the Northwest Minnesota Arts Council, consists of original pieces of art by regional artists, chosen from works submitted for the council’s annual juried exhibit.
The artists whose works are displayed include Mary Magnuson, of Red Lake Falls, “Twilight in the Taiga,” painting; Amber Lee, of Hendrum, “Koi,” watercolor; Peggy Branden, Kofarlstad, “The Beast,” wood block print; Kathryn Rynning, of Kennedy, “The Graduates,” photograph; James Blix, of Thief River Falls, “Woodland Composition I,” photograph; Bert Foster, of Thief River Falls, “At the Barn,” photograph; Christine Foster, of Thief River Falls, “Ice House Morning,” painting; Jill Levene, of Warren, “-42.22C,” mixed media; Ying Sriyota, of Badger, “The Champion,” painting; and Elliot Chapman, of Crookston, “Grain Elevator,” photograph.
Since May, the traveling exhibit, which opened Sunday, Nov. 3, in Red Lake Falls, has been shown at public libraries in Warren, East Grand Forks and Ada.
It will be displayed at the Roseau Public Library from Jan. 5 to March 1 and at the Hallock Public Library from March 2 to May 2.
For more information, call the arts council office at (218) 745-9111 or Kelsey at (218) 688-0078, email NWArtsCouncil@gmail.com, or go online to www.NWArtsCouncil.org.