Off-Site Exhibitions

PURCHASING ARTWORK

If you are interested in purchasing any of the featured artwork on display, contact WBCA at 651.407.0597, or visit us at 4971 Long Ave in White Bear Lake.  WBCA has brought art to the White Bear area for more than 35 years by providing community art classes, exhibits and events. We have an exciting schedule of classes and events offered year-round. Our class listings, events, online gallery, resources for artists and so much more can be found here in this website.


Cerenity Senior Care

1900 Webber Street
White Bear Lake, MN 55110

FEATURED ARTIST: Dave Parker

March 21, 2017 – July 28, 2017

Dave grew up in White Bear Lake prior to moving to Stillwater. His main focus with his photography is sunrises, sunsets, agriculture photography and landscapes. He travels to many of the state parks and shorelines across Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa and South Dakota looking for different scenes and layouts to capture with his cameras.


Northeast Youth & Family Services

1280 N. Birch Lake Blvd
White Bear Lake, MN 55110

FEATURED ARTIST: Craig Witthaus

July 12, 2017 – August 2017

My theme for this collection of artwork>> What  a fascinating world we live in, whether it’s Minnesota’s frozen lakes, Florida’s tropical pathways, the turquoise waters of the Caribbean . To my artistic point of view, all of these puzzle pieces of beauty really become revolving components when trying to solve puzzles of composition, color, and artistic beauty.

Rather than dreading to cold winters we see… in Minnesota. This NYFS collection of artwork tries to show the range and balance between cold winter landscapes and the activities of a Minnesota winter, with the color and warmth from other places… Like St. John in the Virgin Islands, Florida… There is contrast with Minnesota landscape; whether it’s the stark light and shadow of a snowy scene… or the chilling speed of Ice boats, there is always something dramatic and interesting going on around us.

Having spent the majority of my life in the White Bear Lake area, the elements of summer and winter and heat vs cold have become important to expressing the natural beauty in Minnesota… oh, and other parts of the world (not as ‘cool’ as us)..

It is always my greatest hope that you enjoy the artwork I have on display, as much as I enjoyed creating it. – Craig Witthaus

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