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Continued: Winter serves as an inspiration for Minnesota artists

  • Article by: BILL MCAULIFFE , Star Tribune
  • Last update: January 21, 2013 - 5:31 PM

• Add stems, grasses, leaves or other materials, such as paper, to make a design.

• Freeze.

• Mount the panels in the snow and back-light them with candles.

 

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  • George Roberts of Minneapolis makes prints in stunning colors marked by crystal patterns formed when he puts the wet prints outside in the freezing cold.

  • Roberts worked on one of his prints. When the colors and patterns suggest or link themselves to a poem, he sets the type by hand and prints the poem.

  • Harry Welty of Duluth worked on a snow sculptor in his front yard.

  • Kurt Kelsey of Minneapolis was inspired for his ice panes by the ice candles at the City of Lakes Loppet.

  • Kurt Kelsey of Minneapolis used plant material to create this luminaria.

  • George Roberts of Minneapolis makes prints in stunning colors marked by crystal patterns formed when he puts the wet prints outside in the freezing cold.

  • Roberts worked on one of his prints. When the colors and patterns suggest or link themselves to a poem, he sets the type by hand and prints the poem.

  • Harry Welty of Duluth worked on a snow sculptor in his front yard.

  • Kurt Kelsey of Minneapolis was inspired for his ice panes by the ice candles at the City of Lakes Loppet.

  • Kurt Kelsey of Minneapolis used plant material to create this luminaria.

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