There is no shortage of artists and art festivals on the North Shore, especially in the summertime. July begins with the Hovland Art Festival (July 1-2), followed by the Grand Marais Art Festival (July 8-9) and the Ely Blueberry/Art Festival (July 28-30).
With this issue dedicated to Canada’s sesquicentennial, it made sense to showcase Canadian artists and the upcoming events and exhibitions being held throughout Thunder Bay.
The Thunder Bay Art Gallery will feature 150
Art Along the Lake
During Memorial Day weekend, May 26-28, various art galleries from Schroeder to Grand Portage will celebrate Art Along the Lake. Many of these galleries will have art demos, artist meet-and-greets, food, music and fun. There will also be new artwork on display, as well as exhibits and shows. For a
On Saturday, April 22, Lakehead Art Collective (sponsored by Six Degrees of Freedom) in Thunder Bay will present Introspective Visions,
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