Current Exhibitions

  • Murmuration


Joanne Circle

July 19 - September 20, 2014

Artist Statement The dance of MURMURATION manifests celestial breath, and it is the breath that leads us to places. Hundreds, thousands, tens of thousands of birds spontaneously come together in flight creating an ephemeral form that soon breathes into another …

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  • A Photographer’s Eye

A Photographer’s Eye

Bob Morton

July 19 - September 20, 2014

Photographer’s Statement: This show is a photographic mural of landscapes and architecture. It is more than a collection of photographs; it is a series of stories. In addition to the pictorial content, I have provided a few snippets of text …

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  • Boundaries


Leora Gesser

July 19 - September 20, 2014

Artist Statement: Environmental scientists, like Forman and Moore (1992) have been studying boundaries in landscapes for many years. “Boundaries are often the most conspicuous features on land, yet our understanding of boundaries depends largely on how we perceive land. Does …

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  • Toys Were Us

Toys Were Us

Nora Curiston

February 8 to September 2014

The pine needles have been vacuumed from the rug, the decorations lovingly repacked for another year and egg nog and fruitcake have disappeared from the grocery store shelves, but we all hope that the toys our children received from Santa …

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  • The Grand Forks Heritage Gallery

The Grand Forks Heritage Gallery

The Grand Forks Heritage Gallery provides a pictorial history of the many facets of the area’s development over the years. Acknowledging the presence of First Nations peoples in the region, photographs show the history of agriculture, forest industries, mining and …

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