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En Liten Svensk Shoppe Grand Opening in Roseau

En Liten Svensk Shoppe Grand Opening Celebration

Featuring Local Artisans

101 Main Avenue North
Roseau, Minnesota 56751
(320) 309-6108

En Liten Svensk (A Little Swedish) Shoppe is a destination retail store, offering unique Scandinavian gifts, home goods and decor. They’re a business that believes in cultivating community through sharing and celebrating our beloved heritage and traditions. Stop in to see the wares of local artists.


Looking for Christmas Gifts? We Have Art for Sale!

Jolene Juhl

Need ideas for Christmas gifts? Want to support area artists? Look no further. We’ve got art for sale. Ranging from $20- $40 a piece or 7 pieces for $225, plus shipping, this is your opportunity to buy original art created in our region at a very reasonable price. Art is available first come, first served. Call our office to purchase today at 218-745-9111. Pictures are examples of what is available. Pieces may also be available at art crawls throughout the region.

J Steinbrink
Kruger Mosaic Stones



Trey Everett

Beauty in Glass Jodi Peterson

Jodi Peterson — Beauty in Glass

The Northwest Minnesota Arts Council (NWMAC) is pleased to present Beauty In Glass, an exhibit of glass art by Jodi Peterson, of Halstad and Moorhead, Minnesota. Peterson’s original decorative and functional artworks will be shown in our East Grand Forks gallery Wednesday, August 3, 2016, through Sunday, August 28, 2016. Her works include 2-dimensional wall pieces, 3-dimensional plates and dishes, and wearable art.



Ms. Peterson, a graduate of the University of Minnesota, Duluth with BFA and BAA degrees, earned her MLA degree at Minnesota State University, Moorhead, and has taught high school and middle school art for many years. As the Art educator in the Norman County West high school, she has helped her students participate in the NWMAC regional exhibit each spring.

Jodi writes about her focus on glass: “Glass is an exciting medium. I have been working with glass for over 15 years, and started Wolfnest Glassworks about the same time I fell in love with glass. I blow glass occasionally, but mostly slump, fuse and do flame worked pieces from beads to small sculpture. Slump glass is pacing glass on a mold/form and heating it up to a temperature that relaxes the glass into a mold. Fused glass is melting glass together at certain temperatures. Flame worked pieces are made using a torch and melting glass into the desired shape.” IMG_2606


Beauty In Glass is available for viewing during gallery hours: Wed. through Sat., 2:00 to 8:00 p.m., and Sun., 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. The Arts Council gallery and River Walk Artists shop & gallery are located in the River Cinema mall, East Grand Forks, across Demers Avenue from Cabela’s. Parking is available in the large lot next to the Blue Moose.

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We welcome private showings, and are happy to answer any question. For more information call the gallery coordinator at 218-965-4216, or email: tmjacobson16@gmail.com; or call the arts council office at 218-745-9111.

Please visit the Northwest Minnesota Arts Council website at: http://www.NorthwestMinnesotaArtsCouncil.org for more information.