Kari Anderson at Hope Art Alcoves Gallery

The works of Kari Anderson will grace the Hope Art Alcoves Gallery beginning Nov. 1. This exhibition will be up through the holiday season and into the New Year.

Watercolor artist Kari Anderson resides near Jacksonport with her husband, Paul Witalison. Over the past 30 years, their home has also become an art studio.

Many of Anderson’s paintings evoke a mood or a memory of growing up in a rural setting somewhere in the Midwest. Many people identify with her Scandinavian colors: lots of blue and usually a red-hot barn, or a sprinkling of fresh snow with a sky full of stars and a big full moon.

Among Anderson’s many talents are knitting and illustrating 35 knitting pattern books by her mother Carol Anderson. Doug and Barbara Henderson have taken many people under their wings to teach them fused glass in their studio, including Anderson. The fused glass is a newer endeavor for Anderson; she’s worked with it for the past five or six years.

Hope Church Art Alcoves Gallery, located at the corner of Michigan Street and 12th Avenue in Sturgeon Bay, is open during office hours: 9 am to 2 pm Monday through Friday (excluding holidays) as well as during and after the Sunday 10:30 am worship service.


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