1   Duluth Pottery

“Minnesota Potters Review”
A preview of the artists hosts of the St. Croix River Valley Pottery Tour.  April 16 – March 9


1924 W Superior Street ~ Lincoln Park ~ 213-0099

E-mail: karin@duluthpottery.com 

2   Waters of Superior

“Rooted in Nature”

A mixed media exhibition, featuring works by area artists who take inspiration from our beautiful region.  Ongoing

We proudly feature the work of over 100 regional artists in a variety of exciting mediums. Discover our newest artists sharing the beauty in our earthly elements.


“Helen Wang Trunk Show”
April 21, 11-3pm

The art of adornment offering beautiful natural gemstones, and sparkling drusy quartz, paired with mixed metal.

Featuring jewelry by Minnesota designer, Helen Wang

395 South Lake Avenue ~ 786-0233

E-mail: aubrey@watersofsuperior.com

3   Art Dock Inc

“In Honor of the Earth XXV”
April 3 – 30

A mixed media show featuring our gallery artists in appreciation of the earth and environmental issues of the northland.

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Dewitt Seitz Marketplace

394 Lake Avenue South, (218) 722-1451/722-6410.

E-mail: artdock@hotmail.com


4   Siiviis of Sivertson Gallery

“The Trapper’s Daughter & other Daughters of the Very Nearly True North”
April 21 – May 20

The newest, long-awaited print in the Trapper’s Daughter series comes in from the wild, accompanied by other powerful women of The Very Nearly True North, by printmaker Rick Allen. Enter to win a print of this newest release during the Gallery Hop.

Artist reception: April 21st, 1-3pm


361 Canal Park Drive ~ 723-7877 ~ 1-888-815-5814

E-mail: siiviis@sivertson.com


5   Lizzard’s Art Gallery and Framing

“What Goes Around-Paintings by Wendy Rouse”
April 19 – May 26

Motivated by a love of the north woods Wendy Rouse’s latest paintings celebrate nature and humans as part of nature, and they raise questions about the results of our actions. What goes around comes around. Still life, landscape and the figure combine in Rouse’s paintings to present a magic realism tempered with a hint of humor; magical because what you see doesn’t quite make sense yet realistic because of her faithful representation of objects.

Artist Reception on April 19 from 5 pm – 7 pm.

11 West Superior Street ~ 722-5815

E-mail: art@lizzards.com


6  Tischer Photographic Gallery

“Display Piece Clearance Sale”

Featuring up to 50% off artwork at the Gallery.  April 21 – April 28


5 W Superior Street ~ 391-1827

E-mail: ryantischerphoto@msn.com


7   Joseph Nease Gallery

A survey of Contemporary Paintings by our gallery artists.  March 6 – May 31

“Permanent State of Exception”
Environmental Art Film by Allen Killian-Moore.  April 21 – May 31

“Tim White”
New photographs by Tim White.  April 21 – May 31

23 W 1st Street ~ 481-7750

E-mail: manager@josephneasegallery.com


8   Studio 101

“Recent Work by Six Studio Members” 

Landscapes, Figure and Portrait Paintings by Dorothea Diver, Cot LaFond, Dale Lucas, Göran Hellekant, Constance Johnston, and Larry Turbes.


101 E Michigan Street ~ 340-3210

E-mail: ljturbes@gmail.com


9   Lake Superior Art Glass

“Think Global Shop Local”

Feel good about supporting local!  Over 60% of every purchase stays in our local economy to help keep it rich and vibrant.  This, in turn, helps ensure the 40+ regional artists that we represent who are influenced by the natural beauty of our region continue to find inspiration.

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202 East Superior Street, Suite 100 ~ 464-1799

E-mail:  lakesuperiorartglass@gmail.com


 10  Armory Arts & Music Center

“Ring of Fire”
April 21 – 10am-6pm

The artists at the Armory Fire Arts Center will be having demonstrations and showing off their latest creations. Don’t miss the glass blowing, blacksmithing, and jewelry making that will be happening throughout the day!  April 21, 10 am – 6 pm

Armory Fire Arts Center
1325 London Road
E-mail: info@dulutharmory.org

11   UMD Tweed Museum of Art & Art and Design

“UMD Open Studio Event”

Interactive Art Activities, Affordable Art Sale, and Showcase of Student Art.
Join us for Open Studio from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., April 21st.

“2018 Annual Student Exhibition”

Juried exhibition, featuring selected works from art students from the Art & Design Department, SFA, UMD.
Opening reception is at Tweed Museum of Art from 4:00 to 6:00 pm, April 21.
Special Exhibition Gallery ~ April 3 – April 29

“Quiet Simplicity: Life in 19th and 20th Century America” 

The collection-based exhibition highlights 19th and 20th century American paintings by some of the most beloved artists from the museum’s permanent collection.  The exhibition displays the rural beauty and domestic comforts of a bygone era.  Viewers will recognize classic works by Luther Emerson Van Gorder, David Ericson, and Helen Turner.

Balcony Gallery ~ March 6 – Ongoing

“Treasures from Home: An Anthology of Gifts from Collectors” 

Ten collectors – Martin Weinstein, Lorraine Norrgard, Rob and Fran Leff, Dar and Geri Reedy, Pat Joyelle, Meredith Bloomquist, Charlie Matsch, Triss Harwood, the Sax Brothers, and Robins Kaplan, LLP – who gifted a number of their treasured artworks to enhance the Tweed Museum’s permanent collection of almost 11,000 works.  The selected 55 works on display are only a small fraction of what they have generously donated to the Tweed.  January 23 – August 19

Main Gallery ~ Through August 19


University of Minnesota Duluth, 1201 Ordean Court, HUM 317

(218) 726-7823 (Tweed)


E-mail: cstrom@d.umn.edu

(218) 726-6078 (A&D)

E-mail: jratliff@d.umn.edu