Red Hot Winter
In February, most folks associate the term red hot winter with Valentine’s Day and romance.
But when I asked photographers and artists to interpret the theme, many sent photos and paintings of brilliant winter sunsets and fire-themed artwork. Others sent
The Art Spotlight: January 2017 column by Breana Roy features both well-known and emerging artists along the entire North Shore, ranging from Duluth to Nipigon.
A Fresh Start
For many of us, a new year means a fresh start; a time to start over, make changes and set resolutions. A new year provides hope and
While I’m not a huge fan of the bitter cold that accompanies winter, I do love the holidays. The smell of hot cocoa or cider brewing, sparkling light displays, a kitchen filled with too much (but amazingly
Art that Gives Back
For over 20 years now, the Artisans Northwest not-for-profit organization has held a juried holiday arts and fine crafts show at the Valhalla Inn in Thunder Bay. This year, they welcome 18 new artists, reaching a total of 97 in the group
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
Studio Tours and Art Festivals
September; the official start of autumn. The leaves have begun their transition. Beautiful hues of red, yellow and orange create breathtaking scenery; an art display in itself. To celebrate, why not take a scenic tour along the lake, while participating in the Crossing