• Vitality Arts Virtual Gallery Show Winter 2021

    Enjoy the artwork from the Vitality Arts winter session of Painting, Drawing and Pottery. The artwork was created during the 8 week session during the winter.

  • Meet Rumriver Studio Artist Wou Browne

    The other day I had a chance to sit down with one of our new studio artists at The Rumriver Art Center, Wou Browne. Wou is a young man in his twenties with a lot of wisdom and is working out his questions of the world we live in with paint and canvas. Wou started… Read More

  • New Art Gallery Show at Allina

    Delayne Hostetler’s artwork is now on display at Allina (8880 Evergreen Blvd, Coon Rapids, MN 55433). Be sure to check out the artwork located throughout the CEC in sections A and B and in the main corridor near the entrance and south breakroom. See images of her work below. A Little Bit About Delayne: Delayne… Read More

  • New Art Hanging at Allina

    Rumriver Art Center has art on display at Allina’s Customer Experience Center in Coon Rapids, MN (880 Evergreen Blvd, Coon Rapids, MN 55433).The current gallery show features the art of Rumriver Art Center Executive Director, Larry Weinberg. He has a variety of fluid acrylic paintings on display. Check out some of his work below!

  • Holiday Ornament Drawing Project With Deb

    Deb Kirkeeide takes you step by step to draw a fun holiday ornament. Materials needed; paper, pencil and eraser.

  • Holiday Floral Wreath Watercolor Project with MaryLeah

    MaryLeah Marshall takes you step by step through creating a your own holiday floral watercolor. Materials needed: Watercolor pigment (pans, tubes ect) #10 watercolor round brush, 140lb cold pressed watercolor paper, pencil and eraser.

  • QCTV Relief Sessions: Rumriver Art Center 2020 Virtual Art Crawl

    QCTV visited with three artists from the Rumriver Art Center in a virtual artists studio crawl. Get a chance see Delayne Hostetler, Jerry Jorgenrud and Larry Weinberg in their studios.

  • Sea Turtle Watercolor Project with MaryLeah

    Join MaryLeah Marshall as she takes you step by step to create a sea turtle with watercolor. Materials needed; Watercolor paint (tube, pans, liquid or pencils), watercolor brush (#10 round is good size) 140lb cold pressed watercolor paper, water container and paper towel

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  • QCTV Mention

    Check us out on QCTV! We are mentioned at the 6:50 mark. Watch Video