A new show is on exhibit at the Winona Arts Center, 228 E. 5th St, Winona, Minnesota,
Art in the Time of COVID
Notice the tiny blanket stitch on the binding of this beautiful quilt.
These beautiful artworks grace the front wall by Janice Crabb, Julie Johnston, Rev. Jim Riley, Seho Parks, Carol Slade and Wade Britzius and books on pedestal by Margaret Kiihne.
This is a full photo of Janice Crabb's Bathroom Curtain of knitted cotton.
Dick Brown, "The Struggle"
wood, nails, acorn caps
Sherman Rescued and Adopted during COVID
pen, colored pencil
Joan told me the story of how her daughter and husband had lost their dear dog at the beginning of COVID. They searched and searched until they found Sherman. A true love story.
Mary Farrell got of picture of Jamie Washburn, Dawn Washburn and MaryLee looking at Margaret Kiihne's amazing books of her art journey during COVID.
Farbenfreude (Color Joy)
sock yarn remnants
66" x 43" (368 - 2.5" squares)
Water is Sacred
Ekphrasis: From the News
This is only a portion of the art in the thought provoking show. There are 74 works including 2-dimensional, 3-dimensional works and poems.
Come take a look:
Gallery hours Wednesdays 4-7pm, Saturdays and Sundays 1-4pm.
Masks are required. The Winona Arts Center, WAC has updated its Covid-19 protocol. Masks will be required, as well as proof of vaccination or a negative test result within 72 hours for anyone attending films, concerts, exhibit openings, or special events. Please see the attached press release for further details and information.
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