Arts in Harmony
by Britt Aamodt Contributing Writer Arts in Harmony is marking a milestone. This year is its 20th anniversary. It all began with a small group of local artists who had the audacious idea of building Minnesota’s largest national art show not in Minneapolis, not in Duluth, but in Elk River. The show...Read More
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•  Arts in Harmony comes full circle for George Ishmael by Britt Aamodt Contributing Writer George Ishmael, of Big Lake, was a teenager. He had business at the Sherburne County Government Center. Whatever the errand was, it soon gave way to a parade of color, shape and image. Everywhere he looked...Read More
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  by Bruce Strand, Arts editor A St. Paul artist’s intriguing creation with movable parts activated by a quarter was judged Best in Show at the 18th annual Arts in Harmony show currently on display at Sherburne County Government Center. Dean Lucker’s glass-encased piece “Swinging” has a...Read More
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by Britt Aamodt Contributing writer Dave Beauvais took the art class for his daughter. “He wanted to find something they could do together,” says Karen Aamodt, who met Beauvais and his daughter, Julie, when they enrolled in a painting class at the Elk River studio of Harvey Schroeder. This was t...Read More
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