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The Fournet Experience

Opening April 2nd

5:00-9:00 pm

Andy Hall, owner of Sweetlight Gallery, will open co-exhibition The Fournet Experience
Andy will be displaying still photographs that he created while exploring the interior of Crookston’s historic, architectural gem. The still images will be set amongst architectural salvage pieces from the Fournet Building. Sarah Wagner will be joining Andy with her 360° Virtual Reality panoramas that give you a sense of being inside the building. The Fournet building was built in 1885 from the designs of Grand Forks architect, J.W. Ross. Over the years, the building has been both residential and commercial. Tenants have included a law firm, a grocery store, a dental office, a hardware store, a liquor store and in 1907 the Fournet building opened the first furniture store in NW Minnesota. Andy and Sarah were fortunate to have captured a small sampling of the beauty of this historical building and are excited to bring it to you.
The Fournet Experience opens Tuesday, April 2nd 5-9PM and continues through May 25th during regular business hours.

Sweetlight Gallery 119 N Main St. Crookston, MN 56716
Refreshments and light appetizers will be provided.

Due to safety concerns, this event is not appropriate for small children/toddlers/babies.

Roseau: NWMAC Traveling Mini Art Exhibit

NWMAC Traveling Mini Art Exhibit

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MollieRaeMiller-detailThe Traveling Mini Art Exhibit sponsored by the Northwest Regional Arts Council (NWMAC) has visited five regional libraries throughout the summer and autumn to date. It has now arrived in Roseau at the Public Library in Roseau City Center. This art exhibit is comprised of a small selection from NWMAC’s Regional Exhibit which was held in Middle River, Minnesota in April 2014, and showcases fifteen regionally made pieces of artwork.

SamanthaKraulikPeacefulLionThe Traveling Mini Art Exhibit includes original paintings, mosaic, drawings, pastel, prints, and clay pottery, including Jan Osborn’s adult-merit-award winning pen & ink drawing of the Settler’s Cabin at Old Mill State Park, and student Brooke Panzer’s horse-hair pottery, voted People’s Choice winner. Other subjects include wildlife, self-portraits, and objects to warm one’s memory, all wonderfully rendered with design, color, and creativity.

AnnetheaNovacek-2Artists whose work was chosen for the mini exhibition are (adult artists): Mollie Rae Miller, Roseau; Alberta Johnson, and Jan Osborn, Thief River Falls; Annethea Novacek, Greenbush; Susan Neufeld, Beltrami; and (student artists): Samantha Kraulik, Wannaska; Caleb Richardson, Thief River Falls;  Kiara Anderson, St. Hilaire; Bryan Sanchez, Julie Ibanez, and Brooke Panzer, all of Crookston; Brandi Lee, Halstad; Jaydn Rosell, Climax;  Elijah Neufeld, Beltrami; and Skye Tillotson, Ada.

JanOsborneSettlersCabin-1The Traveling Mini Art Exhibit is now appearing at Roseau’s Public Library until Friday, November 7th. Afterward, the exhibit will be open to the public at the following library during regular hours on the following dates:

  • Warren Godel Library November 8 – December 3

For more information contact the Northwest Minnesota Arts Council at 218-745-9111