We all have different perceptions of how a place looks and feels. Through the whimsical art of Michael Birawer, Minnesota has a decidedly fun look and feel. “Our eyes are more used to seeing things in 90-degree angles and straight lines,” Birawer said. “What I want to offer is just another perspective of that, another impression of how we look at things.”
A church fire in southwestern Minnesota revealed a surprise that members are now working to restore. Flames and plumes of smoke were pouring out of St. Gabriel’s Church in Fulda when firefighters arrived in April.
Gov. Mark Dayton is playing art critic as he questions whether a stately meeting room in his office suite at the Capitol still need five separate murals depicting Civil War battle scenes.
The Highway 13 bridge over I-35W in Burnsville was supposed to be closed this weekend but it’ll now stay closed until crews can ensure its safe. That’ll put a kink in south metro traffic to begin the work week. The bridge was just having scheduled painting done, but crews noticed some damage and MnDOT decided to repair it.
A local group is adding a twist to a night out on the town. It’s called “Wine and Canvas,” and the name pretty well speaks for itself.
The jagged lines, the vibrant colors and the intimate details of a beloved neighborhood or skyline — it doesn’t take much to positively identify a Michael Birawer painting.
Many out there want to try painting but are nervous about trying it unless they’re around other beginners. There’s a new spot in the Twin Cities now that offers classes to let those painters release their inner Vincent Van Gogh.
Look at this adorable little dachshund paiting to raise money for the animal shelter.
An 80 year-old woman restores a 400 year -old fresco.
Gov. Tim Pawlenty’s has picked an artist to paint the official portrait that will hang in the halls of the Minnesota Capitol.
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