This exhibit features the beautiful watercolors of regional artists, Carol Hanson, Judith Kuusisto, Mary Hendricks and Mona Warren. Fritz Loven Park, located in the City of Lake Shore near Nisswa, serves as a backdrop for a study of the four seasons with its exquisite, northland natural beauty.
Fritz Loven Park, located in the City Of Lake Shore near Nisswa, is a unique place of natural beauty and inspiration. Described as the "Golden 80", the park has within its boundaries a winding trout stream called Stony Brook, features a panoply of wildflowers, and high bush cranberries. The changing seasons became the inspiration for a 'deep study' of subtle changes in the landscape. The artists share these inspiring observations in their watercolor paintings.
The art collection continues to evolve with new pieces being added. "Four Seasons,Fritz Loven" has been presented at: Great River Art Center in Little Falls in Spring 2013; The Crossings Art Alliance Q Gallery in Brainerd the month of Dec. 2013; Nisswa Women's Club Nov.2013 Meeting, Art Work and Power Point Presentation; and an article in "Her Voice" winter publication entitled "Tuesday Artists".
Stop by and see this outstanding exhibit. Remind yourself that spring is on the way with the many paintings of spring trilliums, bloodroot, lady slippers and others! As always, the exhibit at the Jaques Art Center is FREE TO THE PUBLIC.