Off-Site Exhibitions

Northeast Youth & Family Services

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

FEATURED ARTIST:  Vaughan Harries










Vaughan is a photographer who began his craft with a Kodak Instamatic camera at the age of 7. Growing up in Oxford, England, his preferred medium is black and white street photography where he captures symmetry, balance and interesting moments that transform an otherwise ordinary shot into magic.

He currently shoots with a FujiFilm X100T mirrorless digital camera that is capable of such precision he likes to say he can shoot “a black cat at midnight in a coal mine” and have vivid detail.

He shoots locally in St. Paul and Minneapolis, but has also shot in Maine, Chicago, New York, and London. He has done portraiture, events, stock photography, and photo restoration. His work can be viewed at the Tilsner Artist Coop in Lowertown, St. Paul during the semi-annual Art Crawl or by appointment.

Follow him on Instagram @vaughanh77

Exhibition Run Time: May 15 – July 31, 2018

For pricing information on Vaughan’s work, please click here.


Cerenity Senior Care

1900 Webber Street
White Bear Lake, MN 55110




Photo by Betsy Preston


“My interest in photography began as a kid in Redwood Falls, MN.  My favorite subject was the city park’s Ramsey Falls using a plastic bodied box camera with 620 black and white film developed at the local drugstore.  I really don’t know why, but I rarely shot photographs during my teens.  My interest in photography was rekindled during my years in the U.S. Air Force, especially during a year spent in Pakistan.  During the 80s, a friend and I made photographic trips to the Badlands & Black Hills, the Great Smoky Mountains, the North Shore into Canada, the Grand Tetons, and Yellowstone National Park.  The 90s were again a period of relative photographic inactivity.  The emergence of the digital era re-awakened my creative and photographic spirit….” 

To read Paul’s full artist statement please click HERE

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Exhibition Run Time: May 15 – July 31, 2018

For pricing information on Paul’s work, please click here.


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, downtown 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.

Become a WBCA member today and receive discounts on art classes and workshops, reduced fees on exhibit entries, invitations to our special events and exhibits, and receive our quarterly newsletter and class catalog. Your tax-deductible contribution helps support our many programs and ensures accessible, community arts for everyone.

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