Cynthia Coté, Copper Country Community Arts Center director, left, welcomes artist Bethany Stevens for the opening of her exhibit "Mind Waves" in the Kerredge Gallery on Oct. 8. (Photos by Keweenaw Now)
During her gallery talk, artist Bethany Stevens explains her cat's contribution of white paw prints on the painting behind her.
Selections from the VSA Arts of Michigan touring exhibit in the Community Arts Center's Youth Gallery. VSA promotes creative power in people with disabilities.
Woodcarver Stuart Baird, "The Birdman of Albion," demonstrates some of his techniques to young admirers Jasmine Harris, Jasmine Sever and Odyssey Hawkins during the opening of his exhibit at Tamarack Trading Company (formerly Beadazed Studio) in Calumet Oct. 2. In the background is the Tamarack's owner, Kristy Walden.
Behind this carved bird is a photograph of Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm accepting Baird's carving of the state bird, the robin. Granholm commissioned Baird to carve the robin for the State Fair at Escanaba last summer.
Stuart Baird carved and painted these delicate bird feathers.
A musical duo, Heaven Hawkins, right, of Mohawk, and Tony Laux of Houghton perform at the Tamarack Trading Company Oct. 2.
Artists Pam Beal, fiber, and Wayne Walma, wood, greet visitors during the Oct. 2 opening of their exhibit "Sawdust / Loose Threads" at the Miskwabik Ed Gray Gallery.
Marquette artist Meegan Flannery presents her exhibit "Dreaming in Color," which is on display at the Vertin Gallery through Nov. 4.