Beautiful yellows, oranges and reds adorn the trees and there’s a familiar crisp in the air. Autumn is here, but it’s fleeting. Leaves fall as quickly as they change color and snow soon follows. The chilly air reminds us that winter is right around the corner. But first, we must cherish the beauty of October.
Heidi Pinkerton specializes in photographing the Aurora Borealis [above]. Her photos are currently on display at the Ely Wolf Center. Visit www.rootriverphotography.com for more photos.
“Day of the Dead Female” [above left] was created by collage artist Kristi Abbott. Her work can be found at www.madebykristi.com.
Glass artist Dan Neff created this amber “Windswept Trees” piece [right]. His work can be found at Lake Superior Art Glass in Duluth, or online at www.lakesuperiorartglass.com.
Independent artist Lauri E. Hohman of Silver Bay loves to create chalk art, as well as paintings, such as “Harvest-Full Moon” seen here [left].
Another artist, Kit Eastman, uses a Japanese textile tradition called Katazome, as pictured here [right]. Eastman occasionally teaches classes at the Grand Marais Art colony. Her work can be found at www.kiteastman.com.
Andrea Martin creates hand-cut paper art, such as “Red Moon” [below]. Martin can be found through the Grand Marais Art Colony or at www.andreamartin.com.
Last year, Grand Marais photographer Lesli Higgins and her three kids decided to do a Halloween photo shoot. With full makeup, hair and costumes, her son General posed as The Huntsman [left] and Michael Jackson from Thriller. Scarlet dressed up as Little Red Riding Hood and Snow White [far left]. Her other daughter Alivia posed as Cinderella and Juliet. When I asked why, Lesli replied, “I just wanted to do something fun with my kids. Normally they won’t even look at me when I have a camera in my hand.”
By Breana Roy