Saint Paul Reviewed

First Bank Tower

Robert Street Bridge

Holmen Field

Gooseberry Falls

Spend some time in Landmark Center this summer and see Saint Paul through the eyes of several artists. “Saint Paul ReViewed” began, June 7. The summer exhibition features three temporary installations and several pieces from Landmark Center’s permanent art collection.

The “Saint Paul ReViewed” opened with “Our St. Paul: Celebrating 125 Years of the St. Paul Camera Club” in the North Gallery and “Explorations - Two Artists’ Views of Saint Paul” by Michelle Daniels and Brad Daniels in the second floor galleria and third floor balcony spaces. The third installation is now installed in the North Gallery: “All About St. Paul: A City in Watercolors,” opening exhibition is July 19 in the North Gallery. This second half of “Saint Paul ReViewed” features watercolor paintings by Jeanne Kosfeld. “Explorations - Two Artists’ Views of Saint Paul” by Michelle Daniels and Brad Daniels in the second floor galleria and third floor balcony spaces continue thier exhbition this summer.


Join us for the opening reception on July 26, 5 pm.

In addition to the temporary exhibits, several works in Landmark Center’s permanent art collection will be highlighted:
Bill Hosko’s oil on canvas, "Daybreak in Rice Park"
Anna Metcalfe’s porcelain and iron, "Letters to Landmark"
Norbert Marklin’s photo mural, "St. Paul Skyline Triptych"

The Saint Paul Reviewed exhibition runs from June 7 through Aug. 31, 2018.

EXHIBIT HOURS: Regular building hours -
Monday – Friday                8 am to 5 pm
Thursday                           8 am to 8 pm
Saturday                           10 am to 5 pm
Sunday                             12 pm to 5 pm
 
WORKSHOP SCHEDULE:
RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED. For reservations, contact Judy Brooks, jbrooks@landmarkcenter.org or 651.292.1239.

August 11, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.  & August 19, 1-3 p.m.  –
"Sketching St. Paul" - A primer lesson on sketching architecture and nature with Jeanne Kosfeld.  Space is limited to 20 guests, and RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED. For reservations, contact Judy Brooks, jbrooks@landmarkcenter.org or 651.292.1239. For more information. Registered guests will meet at Landmark Center’s Information Desk, and, weather permitting, move outdoors.  In the event of rain, workshops will be held inside Landmark Center.