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Arts & Culture
Entering artist Sandy Resig’s mid-century Minnetonka home is like walking into a modern art gallery.
Rachel Anderson has always had a way with words. With years of writing experience across a wide range of disciplines, she’s worked as a newspaper reporter, a copywriter, a television newscast producer, publicist and now, a marketing and public relations consultant.
Flipping their first home wasn’t glamorous for Edina’s Brad and Heather Fox.
Hayley Stoen has achieved something most people only dream of: turning her passion into her business. Stoen is the owner and curator of The Atelier Collection, a fine vintage art dealership in Excelsior.
“I look at the world through the eyes of a child,” says Wayzata artist Wendy Shragg.
“I look around and I see pattern. Shape. Shadows. Color combinations. My mind works differently.”
Artisan wood carver Erik Wyckoff has never actually lived in the Lake Minnetonka area. He’s a native of Connecticut and now lives and maintains a woodworking shop in South Minneapolis.
Professional athletes are a source of inspiration. We watch in awe during the Olympics as they perform nearly impossible feats—flips, spins, goals and record-breaking times.
Bev Leckie and Pam Chenevert founded their business, Paint Paper Scissors, together in September of 2017.
At a newly opened school in Minnetonka, students ages 6 through 10 have the unique opportunity to spend time learning together.
Julia Ruelle, a junior at Minnetonka High School, had to endure a more difficult sophomore year than she expected. Last December, Julia was diagnosed with a tumor in the pineal region of her brain. While battling cancer, she found relief in the outdoors. “I love being outside.