The Minnesota Landscape Arboretum offers two art galleries, where visitors can enjoy shows featuring paintings or photography almost every day of the year.
The Reedy Gallery offers eclectic interpretations of nature's beauty, outdoor landscapes and scenes by talented, award-winning artists with roots in Minnesota. Works in oil, pastel, watercolor, acrylic and other media add nature-inspired artistry to engage visitors in exploring the beauty and wonders of the outdoors at the Arboretum.
Subscribe to info on art exhibit openings, Meet the Artist and gallery events from curator Wendy DePaolis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Typically, four to five fine art exhibits are presented each year, touching on seasonal themes and explorations. Informal tours are offered weekly by trained volunteer docents and staff. Often, artists talks and painting demonstrations are scheduled in the Great Hall or in the gardens to round out the exhibit. Reedy Gallery exhibits are open year-round during Visitor Center hours and are free with Arboretum admission.
Art in the Reedy Gallery is for sale, with a portion of the proceeds from each sale directly benefitting the Arboretum as well as helping to support the local arts community. Purchases can be made through the Arboretum Gift Store
The Arboretum is pleased to work with the local arts community in curating and organizing exhibits Please contact arts curator, Wendy DePaolis at email@example.com if you are interested in showing your work as part of a future exhibit.
The Cafe Gallery, a second exhibit space adjacent to the Arboretum Cafe features exhibits of photography by the Arboretum Photographers Society, and special exhibits throughout the year ranging from individual artists to prints presented by the Andersen Horticultural Library from their collection of seed catalog covers or botanical prints, etc. Check this more intimate and informal space for delightful interpretations of Arboretum seasons, fanciful prints and other photography exhibits in conjunction with Arboretum seasonal exhibits and displays.
All artwork is available for sale through the Arboretum Gift Store. A portion of the proceeds benefits the Arboretum.