Arts

“I look at the world through the eyes of a child,” says Wayzata artist Wendy Shragg.

“I look around and I see pattern. Shape. Shadows. Color combinations. My mind works differently.”

Bev Leckie and Pam Chenevert founded their business, Paint Paper Scissors, together in September of 2017.

The sun sets on the horizon over a lake.

Fifty years of shooting has given Mike Maki the ability to find interesting scenes anywhere.

In the musical Newsies—now playing at Chanhassen Dinner Theatres (CDT)—Les Jacobs is an almost-10-year-old boy whose older brother, David, and another newsboy, Jack, are involved in a strike against a powerful new

This summer, Chanhassen Dinner Theatres presents Newsies, the story of Les Jacobs, a young newspaper boy (a “newsie”) whose older compatriots are working on a strike against the indomitable publisher.

If you’ve driven on Highway 7 at night and happened past Excelsior United Methodist Church, you might already know the work of artist Dieterich Spahn. “We often get comments from passers-by,” says pastor Katie Schneider-Bryan.

Every year, the Greater Wayzata Area Chamber of Commerce dedicates two days to local art and artists.

A studio art tour combines some of the best elements of a community: the chance to meet new neighbors, buy locally made goods, peruse beautiful artwork in a cool setting, and explore new corners of town.

You might recognize Abbey Holden’s work if you’re a fan of Lilly Pulitzer’s colorful clothing and accessories. Holden, who grew up in Deephaven, has worked on designs for Pulitzer.

Minnetonka artist Pratibha Gupta concludes her stunning solo show this month at the Hopkins Center for the Arts, and we caught up with her to find out more about career and inspiration—which the self-taught artist finds all around her.

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