Arts

Pete Sandker's Half Healed, the featured watercolor painting at this year's Edina Art Fair, depicts a fox made of flowers.

In June, the Edina Art Fair will once again commence along the streets of 50th and France, showcasing the work of 280 local artists complete with gourmet food, craft beer gardens and more.

Thirty-year Edina resident Sarah Rose was named one of eight winners of the Loft Literary Center's 2013 Shabo Award for Children’s Picture Book Writers.

Roman glass jewelry created by Marti Johnson.

The Edina Art Fair isn’t just the start of art shows in Minnesota, it’s an unofficial start to summer in Edina. The 48th annual Edina Art Fair takes place June 6 through June 8 at 50th and France.

Geneva Fitzsimonds at Southview Middle School

Growing up with 12 older brothers and sisters can have its ups and downs. For South View Middle School band teacher Geneva Fitzsimonds, a big family had more perks than drawbacks, as it ultimately led her to her dream job.

Edina held its third-annual film festival November 7-9 at the Landmark Edina Cinema. All photos by Andreasen Photography.

Claire Little, a junior at Edina High School, didn’t like to read. That is, until she joined the Breakfast Book Club at school this year. “The Breakfast Book Club got me more pumped about reading. I really like reading now,” Little says.

In April, the gardener dreams of what the summer will bring. Emily Tepe’s lovely book, The Edible Landscape: Creating a Beautiful and Bountiful Garden with Vegetables, Fruits and Flowers, is the guidebook for those dreams.

Edina actress Caroline Bercaw in a scene from "To Say Goodbye".
It was raining the day Sadie Martin and her sister Lauren kissed their mom goodbye one last time.

The Edina High School Thespians put on the classic Fiddler on the Roof in early November. All photos by Andreasen Photography.

David Kasyanyuk will tell you he stumbled on photography by accident. But after briefly scanning hisportfolio, one would be hard-pressed to chalk up all this talent to a fluke.

Most of us have known someone who has dealt with mental illness at some point; we might even be one of those people. One Edina woman who found herself in this space has taken her experience and created inspiring art.

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