HOliday Art Fair & Home Tour
Holiday Art Fair
The Holiday Art Fair takes place inside the Tower View Barn, the Exhibition Gallery, the Potters Gallery, and the other interior spaces that connect them. This is a great opportunity to visit and explore.
Original artwork is available for sale, here are some highlights from last year:
- Ceramics and glasswork by Kate Bauman, Katherine Smither, Collen Riley, Donovan Palmquist, Jeff McDowell, Sayge Carroll, Adama Sow, Julie DeVetter, Vicki Olson, and Lisa Walsh.
- Jewelry by Ann Aas, Maria Anholzer, Emma Carroll, Emily H. Phillips, Deb Reutter, Serenity Schoonover, Megan Wiley, and Melinda Wolff.
- Paintings and photography by Marcia Bignell, Valerie Schreier, David Malcolm-Scott, Leslie Stewart, Vicki Underland-Rosow, Amanda Webster, TJ Beagan, David Husom, Steve Ozone, Jes Lee, Artika Tyner, Cameron Williams, Roxanne Aubrey, B-J Norman, Lindsey Cherek Waller, Lynn Brown, Dan Wiemer, Art Kenyon, and W.P. Rodman.
- Three-dimensional pieces by Max Cora, Gita Ghei, Erin Maurelli, Dick Loer, Max McInnis, and Clare Schuster.
- Artist books from Title Collective.
...and many more!
Holiday Home Tour
The Historic Tower View Residence is a Georgian Revival style brick house with 12 rooms. Beautifully crafted cherry woodwork and decorative painting are featured throughout the house. It was built between 1916-1917 as a family home by Dr. Alexander Pierce Anderson, an educator, inventor, and plant physiologist best known as the inventor of puffed wheat.
Occupied by artists-in-residence and private rentals, the Holiday Art Fair & Home Tour event is the only opportunity all year for the general public to tour the Historic Residence, a unique part of Red Wing’s history.
Guided tours for small groups will depart for the Anderson Home from the Main Entrance to the Galleries. Guests must be present and checked-in at the Main Entrance at least 5 minutes prior to their tour start time. Tour admission is $10 for adults, $5 for youth under 18, and free for Anderson Center members.
This event is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a Minnesota State Arts Board Operating Support grant, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.