You’re invited to submit your artwork for The Jan Johansen Gallery at Rumriver Art Center for our winter Call for Entry: The Art of the FaceThe Rumriver Art Center invites regional artists of all ages to enter two- and three-dimensional work in any medium (acrylic, watercolor, drawing, mixed-media, photography, pottery, mosaic, fiber, sculpture, etc.) that… Read More
Rumriver Art Center Features: Chad Niemeyer An Exploration of the Temporary Permanence of Us in the Jan Johansen Gallery From January 7 to February 25 Chad’s Artist Statement: “Although themes sometimes emerge, I approach my work deliberately without a theme in mind, choosing instead to capture reality in all its disarray – mundane, beautiful, elegant,… Read More
We were featured in the KARE 11 Communities that KARE segment this week! Our mission is to make a difference through art by being a welcoming and inspiring environment for artists of all ages to explore their creative potential through our classes, collaborations, and partnerships in the North Metro. Check it out! Read the full… Read More
“Garden of Artful Delights”! Our second mentorship show in the Jan Johansen Gallery. Our second Mentorship pair from our 2021-2022 Emerging artist mentorship for 55+ program is Franny Hyde and Ann Phillippi. Their artwork will be shown in the Jan Johansen Gallery opening on Saturday August 13 from 1-3. It’s been fun watching these two… Read More
A big thank you and round of applause for Geno Okok and everyone who participated in our latest mural project at the art center. The mural turned out absolutely stunning and is the perfect addition to the other seven murals hanging on the outside of the art center facility. The goal of this mural project… Read More
As we approach the end of our mentorship year for 2021-2022, we are excited to have two upcoming gallery shows for each of our mentorship pairs. The first gallery show held in the Jan Johansen Gallery at Rumriver Art Center showcases all the hard work that mentor Cherene Bebeau and mentee Christine Tauer have put… Read More
QCTV featured Rumriver Art Center Director Larry Weinberg’s art making process in their recent The Post program. You can check out the segment.
Join Carol Strait as you view a video of her beautuful artwork series, Animals on Black. You will also learn about her art process and inspirations for her work. Her artwork is currently on display in the Rumriver Art Center Gallery. It will be on display until March 27, 2022. Come check it out!
Wou Browne takes you step-by-step to draw and paint a tropical landscape inspired by the Highwaymen. Materials Needed: drawing paper, pencil, eraser, and something to add color (colored pencils, watercolors, crayons, markers, etc.).
Check out the segment QCTV did on Larry Weinberg’s Gallery Show!