Reedy Gallery

Current Exhibits

Current Exhibits

Wide Open Spaces

November 22 – January 26

View the way these artists represent the vastness of our world. Each art work will invite you in and take you on a journey. Through a variety of mediums the artists seek to connect and create pieces which will leave you inspired to further explore our planet and beyond.

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Featured Artists:

Ben Peyer

Allan Servoss

Cameron Zebrun

 

Upcoming Exhibits

Upcoming Exhibits

Conectado por la Naturaleza: Twin Cities Inspired Latinx Art

February 1, 2020 – March 29, 2020

Reedy Gallery

 

Showcasing three Latinx artists who use diverse mediums in their work, this show expands and explores what’s happening in the Twin Cities Latinx art scene. Don’t miss Jessica Bortoni as she explores the world around us through abstract and representational paintings while Luis Fitch, a prominent contemporary artist finds inspiration in the plant world through his impactful mixed-media prints. Finally, international photographer and University of MN instructor, Xavier Tavera, explores Arboretum trees from Mexico, South America and Minnesota. This show will open in conjunction with the February flower show at the Arboretum on February 1, 2020 in the Reedy Gallery.

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Featured Artists: 
Jessica Bortoni
Luis Fitch
Javier Tavera

The Reedy Gallery

The Reedy Gallery, established through the generosity of Darwin and Geri Reedy, offers eclectic interpretations of nature's beauty, outdoor landscapes and scenes by talented, award-winning artists with roots in Minnesota. Works in oil, pastel, watercolor, acrylic and other media add nature-inspired artistry to engage visitors in exploring the beauty and wonders of the outdoors at the Arboretum.

Subscribe to info on art exhibit openings, Meet the Artist and gallery events from curator Wendy DePaolis at depao008@umn.edu.

Typically, four to five fine art exhibits are presented each year, touching on seasonal themes and explorations. Informal tours are offered weekly by trained volunteer docents and staff. Often, artists talks and painting demonstrations are scheduled in the Great Hall or in the gardens to round out the exhibit. Reedy Gallery exhibits are open year-round during Visitor Center hours and are free with Arboretum admission. 

Art in the Reedy Gallery is for sale, with a portion of the proceeds from each sale directly benefitting the Arboretum as well as helping to support the local arts community.  Purchases can be made through the Arboretum Gift Store

The Arboretum is pleased to work with the local arts community in curating and organizing exhibits  Please contact arts curator, Wendy DePaolis at  depao008@umn.edu if you are interested in showing your work as part of a future exhibit.