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Gallery Artists

2015 Gallery Schedule Set

The Pine Center for the Arts welcomes a variety of artists to be featured in our monthly gallery exhibits. At this time, we have confirmed all artists that will be featured in the Gallery during the 2015 year.  Upcoming artists include: 


Opening Reception 4 - 7 PM

Friday, January 9, 2015

Nate Lindstrom

Opening Reception 4 - 7 PM

Friday, February 13, 2015

  Cameron Jarvis & Theresa Grams 


  Opening Reception 4 - 7 PM

Friday, March 13, 2015

      Laurie Rockne & Nedo Kojik      


 Opening Reception 4 - 7 PM

Friday, April 10, 2015

Amber Shuey



Nate Lindstrom, Photographer


12 years ago, Nate Lindstrom made the migration to Duluth from Pine City, Minnesota.  What was supposed to be a temporary relocation due to education turned in to over a decade of exploring Lake Superior’s North Shore with his eyes to the horizon. The addiction to see and capture things through a lens didn’t emerge immediately, but with a history of artistic creation it wasn’t long before photography took over and became a way of life. Nate enjoys his time on the trails, near the shore, and in the woods searching for hidden streams, open fields and stone formations. From stormy clouds, to blue ice, to fall colors, each day brings a different light and mood that reflect in his images. His favorite scenes can range from a minimalist landscape, to a flowing water feature, or naturally occurring patterns of shapes or colors.  


Cameron Jarvis

  “Making art is a chance to bring something new into existence, to create a unique visual experience for the viewer. I relish this opportunity, and I express my love of painting with vivid color. The work in my series "Departures and Flight" developed from my exploration of the world around me."

Laurie Rockne

Lauri Rockne discovered how to capture plant energy in her print process in 2009.  Those prints are the basis for her flagrantly joyful, digital abstractions of our native butterflies and the plants they need to raise their caterpillars.  In 2014, the East Central Regional Arts Council awarded her a grant to do 20 abstractions of the butterflies and moths in the East Central Region.  This show is the debut of her new work.


Nedo Kojik


Nedo Kojic was born in former Yugoslavia. He discovered his love for visual arts when he was a child. From then until now he has never stopped making and loving art even in difficult times. He left his hometown Tuzla in 1993 because of the war, and moved to Germany on refugee status. After six years in Germany he emigrated to the United States of America in May 1999. He currently resides and works in St. Paul / Minneapolis, Minnesota.



To see Kojic’s art please visit his web sites:


Are you an artist that would like to be featured in our gallery? An open call for artists to exhibit in 2016 will be available from June 1 - August 31.  Please check back on our site this summer for the 2016 application.