A MINNESOTAN IN CHINA Disabled in China
Hello Readers! I hope you enjoyed my time in Hong Kong last week. Any questions about that?
Good. Let's move on.
Okay, so this week, we go back to the mainland; back to Zhuhai.
Living the... Posted on 4/21/12 at 7:54 AM
NEW PLATEAUS Neighborhood Spotlight #1: The Character
The three-story, blue/gray home stands on the corner of 31st and Portland. If you fly by on the one-way heading south, nothing would stick out about this particular property. Walking, though, takes on... Posted on 3/9/12 at 5:40 PM
STAFF BLOG THE AREA VOICES COMMUNITY Areavoices Digest #1
Welcome to the first AREAVOICES DIGEST!
Every week in the digest, I'll be telling you about the newest additions to theAreavoices community. I'll tell you more about their blogs and where to find the... Posted on 9/15/10 at 9:17 AM
A Brush and Palette workshop, to be held in the Carlos Town Hall April 10-12, will provide artists with an opportunity to dramatize and improve their original work. This workshop is open to the general public.
Alexandria artist Janelle Sundberg currently has more than 20 of her original watercolor paintings on exhibit at the Historic Landmark Center in Henning through March. The exhibit is called Up Close and Personal: Faces and Flowers.
Osakis native Claire Witt recently came home to share her artistic talents and help local students leave a legacy.
Witt is an Osakis High School graduate and has made a career as an artist. Now, she’s taking part in a 10-day artist in residence program.
Artist Donna Jean Carver's artwork is now on display at the Evansville Art Center. The exhibit will run through Saturday, August 25. An artist's reception will be held that Saturday from noon to 2 p.m.
Bremness Gallery presents “Open to the World…the Artwork of Faythe Mills” on the grounds of the historic Ann Bickle Heritage House, Glenwood. The show is free and open to the public. It runs every Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. through July 29.
Leah Hvezda has always been intrigued with blood and gore.
That intrigue eventually turned into a passion, and now the 2010 Alexandria Jefferson High School graduate is hoping to make a career out of creating it.
Hvezda has always been a movie buff, but it’s not the acting or the plot that draws her in – it’s the make-up.
“Mistakes are a wonderful, credible way of coming up with something better,” said Millie Garside. However, there is no mistake that Garside has abounding artistic talent.
In addition to being an art teacher for 30 years and a successful artist, she is also a self-published writer and illustrator of three children’s books.
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