Joseph Nease Gallery

Brian Barber/Draw-A-Long Fun Time

Draw-A-Long Fun Time

Self-styled "graphiquè artistè" Brian Barber says: "A couple months ago I thought about doing a very short, very silly draw-a-long type series of videos, and this seems like a heckuva good time to give it a shot. Kids are stuck at home, we need something other than Netflix to get through."

Tara Austin – Boreal Ornament III

Matt Kania

Even though the weather this week is cloudy and grey, an abundance of art around us this week can brighten the day.  Annie Dugan reports on these events:

- Tonight (Monday, 12/3) from 5 to 7 pm at the Zeitgeist Atrium is the opening reception for plein air artist Matt Kania's exhibit "DOing: A Labor of Love," featuring oil paintings of artists and artisans doing the art or craft that they love.

College of St. Scholastica Art Department/Facebook

Visiting Artist Lecture: Adam Swanson, tomorrow (Tuesday, November 27, 7:00pm at St. Scholastica)

      Downtown Duluth Arts Walk, Friday, November 30 at 5:00pm

AICHO Growing Our Way calendar release and exhibit, Friday, November 30 at 5:30pm.

       

Karen Owsley Nease

The power of Lake Superior is on display in the works of Karen Owsley Nease, all part of the Downtown Duluth Arts Walk happening this Friday. The Joseph Nease Gallery is showing her exhibition "Elemental Forces," a series of oil paintings focusing on water, up through Saturday, Nov. 3.

Joseph Nease Gallery

Three events happening Wednesday to help you make a day of it, art-wise ...

The Joseph Nease Gallery flings wide the doors at 23 W. 1st Street with their inaugural exhibition Three States, featuring the work of Matthew Kluber, Kathy McTavish and James Woodfill.