GRAA presents exhibit of four artists

Judith Kuusisto’s work will be on display at the Great River Arts Center in Little Falls, along with the works of four others, though - May 31.

Judith Kuusisto’s work will be on display at the Great River Arts Center in Little Falls, along with the works of four others, though – May 31.

The Great River Arts Association (GRAA) presents “Four Artists, Four Seasons: A Study of Fritz Loven Park of Nisswa,” now through May 31. A reception will be held Sunday, April 7, from 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. at 122 S.E. First St., Little Falls.

Featuring the work of Mona Warren, Carol Hanson, Mary Hendricks and Judith Kuusisto, the theme is a representation of the seasons of the land near the shore of Gull Lake.

“The park is unique. Within its boundaries are a winding trout stream, each season bringing a panopoly of wildflowers, high bush cranberries, other wild fruits and wild creatures in abundance. Sounds seem muted. Voices tend not to be raised. Even children at play on the swings are rather subdued. When we see rather than look at the park, the subtlelies can be inspiring,” said Kuusisto.

The reception is open and free to the public and refreshments will be served. For more information, go to www.greatart.org or call (320) 632-0960.

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