‘Water’s Edge’ Exhibit at Arboretum features Spectrum Artists

Journey through the Water’s Edge with 15 artists from Spectrum ArtWorks at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum’s Cafe Gallery, 3675 Arboretum Drive in Chaska. Up through May 31, 2017, the exhibit explores flora and fauna through a variety of mediums as each artist guides you into this liminal space. A reception with the artists was held April 29. Commissioned baskets by curator Martha Bird are available in the gift shop.

a colored pencil drawing of the head, neck and ears of a deer drinking at a stream with sprays of green foliage in the background

Deer by Pond, by Michaela Rachor

Exhibit free with Arboretum admission: $12 (age 13 or older), children 12 or under, members and U of M students free. Arboretum info: 952-443-1400. Spectrum info: 612-752-8242, Another art show up at the same time is “Fish Out of Water,” featuring clay fish sculpture creations of Bradley Benn. More details:

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