"Flying Dump Trucks: an Art Installation Celebrating a 50 year Reunion," by Dale Junttila, is at the Kerredge Gallery of the Community Art Center in Hancock through Aug. 29. All photos in this slide show are by Keweenaw Now.
Photographer Peter Oikarinen and Poet Barbara Simila of the Keweenaw's Big Lake Gallery exhibit their fine art prints with poetry at the Conglomerate Café in Calumet Aug. 7.
Barbara Simila signs her book of poetry, "Watermarks: Poems from the Coast of Keweenaw."
Barbara Simila with her parents, Julia and Art Simila, at the book signing / exhibit in the Conglomerate Café.
Michigan Tech Professors Christa Walck, left, and Kim Hoagland enjoy First Friday in Calumet Aug. 7 at the Conglomerate Café.
Christa Walck admires the mural of Calumet history in the Conglomerate Café.
Emily Gray Koehler exhibits "A Cabinet of Curiosities," a one-person show in Printmaking, at the Ed Gray Miskwabik Gallery in Calumet through August.
"West to Betsie Bay," color-reduction woodcut by Emily Gray Koehler.
"Great Egret," color-reduction woodcut by Emily Gray Koehler.
More art by Emily Gray Koehler in Ed Gray's Miskwabik Gallery in Calumet.
"East to Battle Creek," color-reduction woodcut by Emily Gray Koehler.
"South to 22 Creek," by Emily Gray Koehler.
John Lundeen of Au Train, Mich., with one of his paintings in the Vertin Gallery. His exhibit runs through Sept. 2.
"Collaboration," by John Lundeen.
"Searching" by John Lundeen.
Artist Margo McCafferty and her son, Max, enjoy the exhibits in the Vertin Gallery during the First Friday in Calumet reception for artist John Lundeen.