Holiday Memories opens Nov. 1
Celebrating the artistic lineage of Red Wing Arts Association Patriarch Larry Veeder
A bold example of how the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree
Red Wing Arts Association hosts a collaborative show highlighting the works of the Larry Veeder family.
A native of North Dakota, Larry Veeder currently spreads his time between his home in Red Wing, and homes in Montana and Arizona. He devoted his energy to establishing Red Wing Arts Association with Marge Vogel. The Veeder Gallery is named in his honor.
Three Generations is the first time Larry’s work has been displayed with his daughter’s and granddaughter’s work in an exclusive show. “Red Wing Arts Association is pleased to recognize the immense talent in this family who have done so much for Depot Gallery,” says Dan Guida, Executive Director, RWAA.
The second generation featured is Larry’s daughter, Julia Crozier.
Lastly, the Third Generation is four of Larry Veeder’s granddaughters. Alice Crozier, Bridget Miles and Theresa Crozier (daughters of Julia Crozier) and Andrea Beaudry (daughter of Kathy Boos).
African Butterfly Art – brings nature to the artworld
You’ve never seen anything like this!
Red Wing Arts Association hosts an exclusive collection of artwork created from African butterfly wings.
It is important to note that no butterflies were killed to create the art. The insects had reached the end of their life cycle among the hard rock cliffs surrounding small stream beds in southwestern Africa.
“This is definitely a show you will want to visit soon,” says Dan Guide, Executive Director of Red Wing Arts Association. “If you wait too long, we may be sold out!”
Red Wing Arts Association seeks to share unique artwork each year from indigenous communities. In 2013, the Guatemalan Rug Show highlighted the work of women in a coop in Guatemala. If you have ideas for future shows, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 651.388.7569.