Duluth Arts

Ryan Tischer Photography

"Take a piece of the North Shore home" is the tagline for the newest downtown art gallery Tischer Photographic Gallery.  Ryan Tischer is a local photographer whose stunning landscape photography is in a league of its own. With a full art fair schedule and time spent shooting in the wilderness of Minnesota and beyond, it is exciting that Tischer is setting up shop in downtown Duluth. 

John Frandy

After a well attended and enthusiastic reception at the preview for the Imago Mundi: The Art of Humanity art exhibit on Tuesday, the Sami Cultural Center of North America will host another viewing of the exhibit on Sunday, December 11, 1:30 – 4 p.m.

Patricia Canelake

Local painter Patricia Canelake has a large body of work on display this summer that is definitely worth a trip downtown. 

Her show Push & Pull at the North Shore Bank of Commerce at 131 W. Superior St. in Duluth is a vibrant selection of her large canvas paintings. Canelake, originally from the iron range, is a life-long artist who is recognized for her incredible talent and prolific work in this show up through October 7.

Patricia Canelake

Chris Monroe

  This week, Radio Gallery welcomes Duluth Public Schools Art Teacher, Chrissy Valento to talk about "Art for Ed's Sake," the annual fundraiser dinner and art auction happening March 20 at The Depot.  If you don't have a ticket, cocktail hour is open to all from 6-7pm where you have the option to bid in the art auction or "buy now." Art for Ed's Sake also includes a night of music from Big Dave and the Ripples and the Youth art exhibit on display at the Depot through March.

On Saturday, August 20, 2011 at 12 a.m. the billboard located at the intersection of E. Central Entrance and S. Blackman Avenue in Duluth, MN will take part in a 48 hour showing of The Billboard Art Project. David Morrison joins Radio Gallery to share more details.

Radio Gallery 08-17-2011: David Morrison