The landscape painting of Kari CL Weber and the sculptural clay of Bill Gossman come together in a unique show at The Grand Hand Gallery. Weber’s paintings focus on landscape imagery, rural communities, the smallness of humanity and the vastness of the natural world. Inspiration for Gossman’s work comes from observations of nature and humans, the interaction between them and the results of the interactions. Together these two New London, Minnesota artists present an intersection of the observed and the imagined in our Midwestern landscape.

Friday, February 8 at 5-8pm Grand Hand Gallery, St. Paul, MN



Celebrate Art! Celebrate Coffee!  Poster unveiling


This year's poster artist is Kari Weber of New London.  The poster and other raffle art will be unveiled August 2, 2018, in the Event Center at the Barn Theatre.  The unveiling is at 11:30.  Everyone is invited to attend.   Raffle tickets are $2.  The drawing for the art will take place the day of the festival at 3:50 pm.  You need not be present to win.


MN State Arts Board Exhibition:  Journeys Here

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Stop by the Minnesota State Arts Board to see our current exhibition Journeys Here, a visual arts showcase, featuring work by grantees who immigrated to Minnesota or whose work is about the immigrant experience.
May to August, 2018

Office hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
400 Sibley Street, Suite 200, Saint Paul, Minnesota


Kaddatz Gallery:  HERE AND THERE


On display: February 20 - March 22, 2018
Opening Reception: TBD

Kari Weber finds inspiration for her landscape paintings in the rural communities of the Midwest. A graduate of Minnesota State University Moorhead with a BFA in painting, she works from her studio in New London, Minnesota where she works as an art specialist and is a member of the board of directors for the local arts council. This year, Weber received an Artist Initiative Grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board.

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For Gamut Gallery’s annual “C4W: Call 4 Work” exhibition, we welcome Joel Coleman as guest curator. Coleman has been immersed in the local art scene with his tenure as the proprietor and curator of The Abstracted Art Gallery (2012-2014), and was familiar with the vast majority of local submissions. 
As in past years, the call for art is open to all visual media. The selected works for C4W: 2017 reflect that inclusive approach and include video, installation, sculpture, photography, fiber, drawing, and painting. While there is no predetermined theme in the submission guidelines, the guest curator brings their own unique perspective and interpretation to the submitted works. 

Featured Artists: Andy Baird, Natalia Berglund, Laurie Borggreve, Nelson Cain, Pat Callahan, Thomas Cassidy, Jennifer Chilstrom, Kat Corrigan, Lance Delao, Jacob Docksey, Addie Elling, Abigail Engle, Cory Favre, Jim “Marion” Foreman, Matthew Gaulke, Dianne Ginsberg, Joli Grostephan-Brancato, Jeffrey Hansen, Melissa Haroza, Angel Hawari, Trista Hendrickson, Genevieve Hess, Van Holmgren, Mathias Hughey, Jeremy Jones, James Kloiber, Nicholas Knutson, Femke Kuiling, Samuel Larom, Caterina Marchionne, CL Martin, Renee Michele, Polly Norman, Angela North, Edie Overturf, Christopher Palbicki, Scott Roper, Benjamin Sagmoe, Kurt Schulz, Shye, Christopher Sorenson, Ellen Sweetman, Kao Lee Thao, Brooklynd Turner, Ross Wagner, Kari Weber, Russ White, Roger Williamson, James Zucco

For high-res images click here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B_Civ-uI0FKiN2wybnRZRXB3Z1k?usp=sharing

EXHIBIT OPENING // Saturday, November 4th 7-11pm, $5

Featuring music from DJ Acemalyasian aka Ephraim Eusebio

EXHIBIT FINALE // Friday, November 17th 7-11pm

Featuring live music, more info TBA


Weekly Thursday, Friday & Saturday 1-7pm



Great River Arts Gallery:  BETWEEN HERE AND THERE

On display: July 5 -September 1, 2017, Front Gallery
Opening Reception: Saturday, July 20 (6-8 pm)

Kari's paintings are about our nameless places in rural MN. They are meant to call attention to the land that is named only by mile markers or exit numbers and in the end, acknowledge the hardworking people who care for these places. To her these works are not landscapes. They are portraits.




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WEAC Gallery Group Exhibition: WHAT ARE THEY DOING NOW?

"What are they doing now?  New works by previous exhibiting artists" at the WEAC Gallery.
See the new works by 15 area artists who have previously exhibited at the gallery.  

October 15-November 14, 2017 at the Willmar Education and Arts Center, Willmar, MN.




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Join us to celebrate the opening of Kari CL Weber's show at the White Wall Project at Goat Ridge!  Kari will be giving a short talk about her work at 7:00pm, Wednesday, August 24th, 2017.

The White Wall Project is an alternative gallery space in partnership with Goat Ridge Brewery.  Our aim is to bring rad art to New London, MN.





Ceramicist Craig Edwards and painter Kari Weber will be exhibiting their work together at the Paramount Gallery this summer.

The Paramount Theater and Visual Arts Center is a community arts facility located in historic Downtown St. Cloud, Minnesota.

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Hutchinson Center for the Arts,  Saturday, June 4, 2016, 5 PM - 7 PM

Juried exhibit featuring artists from throughout the 18 county Southwest Minnesota Arts Council Region. Juror: Michon Weeks Presentation of Awards begins at 6pm Exhibit runs June 1 - July 8, 2016 Free and Open to the Public HCA Gallery Hours M - TH: 10-5 & F: Noon - 4 ARTISTS: Ron Adams, Naomi Ballard, Edie Barrett, D. Kelsey Bassett, Jenapher Blair, Glen Bruns, Deb Connelly, Winona Cooper, Craig Edwards, Eva Margaret, Adiranne Fritz, Bill Gossman, Bo Erik Gran, Ben Helkeman, Nan Karr Kaufenberg, Deborrah Larson, Kristine Leuze, Kristi Link Fernholz, Jerry Lindberg, Kathleen Marihart, Steve, Menze, Mary Mulenberg, Suzanne Napgezek, Andrew Nordin, Lucy Tokheim, Jean Trumbo, Dan Wahl, Kari Weber, Jesse White, John White This activity is made possible in part by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Southest Minnesota Arts Council, thanks to legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.