“Nature and its inhabitants fuel my creative process. I attempt to weave together personal narratives with observations of my everyday world.” —Jay Hopkins
This piece, titled “Summer Colors,” is currently on display at the Granary Rural Cultural Center in rural Groton. It’s part of the Granary Harvest of Arts, a juried fine art show featuring artists from the Dakotas. The closing reception for the event is Sunday, Sept. 27. The Granary is open to the public from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday until the end of September. A Living History Festival will be held at the Granary Saturday, Sept. 12. Learn more at brown.sd.us/granary.
“Perspective” shares a unique viewpoint of life in the Dakotas through photography or art. Are you a photographer or artist who would like to submit an image for consideration?
See details at dakotafire.net/perspective.