Arts

Apple Pair by Cindy Lindgren

Artist Pairs Art Nouveau Style with Iconic Minnesotan Images. Artist creates modern pieces inspired by nature and local landmarks.

Images of Edina entry 'Gone Fishin''

Images of Edina: Gone Fishin'. Hobbyist photographer captures a sweet moment between father and son.

The annual Edina Art Fair marks the unofficial beginning of summer for many residents in the Twin Cities.

There can be an unconditional bond when it comes to our pets. For centuries, dogs have been coined “man’s best friend” as the bonds of unfailing love, devotion and loyal companionship deepen with time. When I saw the life with which artist Karin Jacobs captures her original pet commiss

The Art of Creativity

Ready to get out of the house and try something new this spring? The Art Center in Edina offers a plethora of opportunities for children, teens and adults of all abilities to tap into their creative side and explore new mediums—at both the Art Center and Edina Senior Center.

You’re Sew Sweet journal bag

Online shopping has dominated the retail industry for the past few years, leading individuals to sell their personal crafts to those around the world. Edina resident and artist Holly Winje has experienced the demand firsthand.

Pinecone sculpture by Marcia McEachron

The pinecone is an iconic symbol of Minnesota: These woody, seed-filled cones are where our Northwoods come from.

Payal Doshi

Transforming the literature landscape for young readers, Edina resident and debut author Payal Doshi released her first middle grade novel Rea and the Blood of the Nectar this past June.

FloralPop on the Galleria entrance

Art contributes to our lives in many ways: It educates, commemorates people and places, creatively inspires or challenges—and sometimes it just makes us feel good. That was the intention of the FloralPop initiative, the vibrant art on the exterior of the Galleria this past summer.

Anna Hagen and her sister Nikki Hollerich

Anna Hagen and her sister Nikki Hollerich have always been crafty. With a creative streak like theirs, it’s no wonder that when the sisters encountered a band saw for the first time, they became enthralled.

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