A Very Vintage Christmas
Story by Tracy Nicholson with The White House Co.
Photography by The White House Co.
When winter’s in the air and tinsel’s on the town, it’s time to spruce up your tree and everything else around. Ask Santa for a little help and wait till Christmas day…or take your sleigh downtown now, and see what The White House Co. elves have on display. With an eclectic mix of vintage and modern goodies, these holiday collages will inspire hot cocoa and fuzzy footies. Katie Schiltz, Samantha Klinkhammer and Amanda Rydell – they’re the brains behind the design, so if you want to replicate their wintry scenes, they said, “It’s more than fine.” Go ahead, deck the kitchen, family room and hall, and don’t forget…find festive presents for all!
[Trever Hill Design]
Story by Trever Hill with Tracy Nicholson
Photography by Dan Francis Photography
[ Debut of Fargo-Moorhead’s Largest Public Art Display ]
Story by Tracy Nicholson
Photography by Dan Francis Photography, Dennis Krull – 5foot20
In case you didn’t notice the massive red ball around Fargo-Moorhead this past month, let us show you its remarkable journey. The RedBall Project, created by artist Kurt Perschke, has traveled around the world and recently became a community phenomenon at seven must-see locations. To date, RedBall has made its debut in over 30 international cities, and is currently considered “the world’s longest-running street artwork”. To get the 250-pound ball to bounce our way, clay artist and MSUM Professor, Brad Bachmeier spearheaded the campaign, working closely with Andy Maus of Plains Art Museum and a long list of local supporters and sponsors. Follow along as we take to the streets for a recap of Fargo-Moorhead’s most impactful public art display, the RedBall Project.
[Inside the Region's Oldest, Full-Service Gallery]
Story by Tracy Nicholson
Photography by M.Schleif Photography
As a mother-daughter team, gallery owner, Barbara Wolfe and daughter, Lisa Hemm are proud of the legacy they've continued to build on since 1981. Starting with a gallery in Fergus Falls, then expanding to Fargo in 1985, today Wolfe operates the oldest, full-service art gallery in Fargo-Moorhead. Along with having one of the region’s largest collections of fine art, the Underbrush Gallery also has the framing and restoration expertise of Christa Crane. Beyond the priceless work on their walls, this gallery is a local hot spot to be treasured.
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