Fred Somers Gallery Show
...reflecting the light in creation...
Northfield artist Fred Somers is recognized nationally and internationally for his pastels and oils. A former instructor at St. Olaf College, Fred works from his studio in rural Northfield and shows his work around the world.
His show at Red Wing Depot Gallery reflects the new direction he is taking as he seeks to share the glory he sees in nature.
Stop by and see this amazing show. Only seeing it in person does justice to the beauty Fred has captured.
Still Life, a Red Wing Arts Association member show
The concept of Still Life painting originated in the Middle Ages as a way for artists to go beyond landscapes and portraits. Many paintings from that era reflect religious artifacts. Since that time, the subject matter for still life paintings has expanded.
At Red Wing Depot Gallery, Still Life displays a variety of themes. Stop by and see the work of Red Wing Arts Association members:
At Mayo Health System - Red Wing
Red Wing Arts Association photographers cuirrently display at the Mayo Health System - Red Wing Gallery.
The artists cover a wide variety of subjects. Works featured are produced by:
RWAA Gallery Show Space
Marjorie Gray Vogel Gallery
Marjorie Gray Vogel is the founder of the Red Wing Arts Association over 50 years ago. She is still an active member of the association and serves on the Board of Directors. The featured and larger shows are displayed in this Gallery.
Larry and Carolyn Veeder have been strong leaders of the Red Wing Arts Association for many years. Together they organized the first Red Wing Fall Festival of the Arts. The Veeder Gallery is an intimate gallery displaying member artist shows, smaller shows, or as an auxiliary gallery for a larger
Mayo Health System - Red Wing
In cooperation with Fairview Red Wing Medical Center, the RWAA hosts six exhibits yearly in their cafeteria. Open daily.
The Gift Gallery is used for the showing and sale of the many types of artwork from our member artists. Please visit our Gift Gallery page.