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First Thursday in the Arts District

Thursday, August 02, 2018

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Thursday August 2, 2018 from 5:00-9:00 PM

Rain or shine, staycation or visiting the Twin Cities, it is a great time to stroll the studios of the Northrup King Building and bring your family and friends. You will find works of art in nearly every art medium and color including painting and drawing, photography, sculpture, ceramics/pottery, glass, hand crafted jewelry, mixed media, furniture and more. Find that special piece of art for your home or as an original gift.

August 2nd we will bring back the “Create Your Own Ice Cream Sundae” bar. We will provide you with complimentary ice cream and toppings and you create your sundae. Meet us at the Main Entrance and get started making your own Sundae.

Featured Artist

Vicki Underland-Rosow

Vicki Underland-Rosow

Capturing the ever-changing beauty of nature led me to botanical watercolors. My passion for nature has taken me from the shores of the great Mississippi, to the jungles in Thailand, the highest plateau in the world in Tibet, the Galapagos Islands, South Africa, the Artic, the Antarctic and more.

Taking the skills necessary to render a beautiful botanical painting I expanded my medium to silk. Silk allows for more vibrant colors whether it is on a framed painting, a wall hanging, a free flowing silk scarf or a lamp shade.

My subjects range from subtle, dainty flower petals to flamboyant chickens to stately great blue herons. I paint what I love and hopefully that passion shows in the work I create. I invite you to spend some time with my painting and see if one calls to you.


Alison Price ‘Witnessing Waves’ series featured on MN Original

Posted on Sunday, July 01, 2018

Alison Price ‘Witnessing Waves’ series featured on MN Original

Alison Price’s ‘Witnessing Waves’ series honors the scores of migrants that have made this country their home, gently witnessed by the ancient oaks lining the Mississippi river. MN Original captures an informative interview with Alison. Click on the link to view the video.

You can find a large body of Alison’s paintings in the Tres Leche gallery (#173) at the Northrup King Building or see more of her work at