Embrace Autumn with Meadow Magic

'Meadow Stripes' painting by Barbara Lidfors.

There is nothing like transitioning into November with the fall foliage that greets us each day. The warmth of garnet reds, glowing oranges and amber tones feel like the Yellow Brick Road, taking us on a path of appreciation as we mark the end
of a beautiful season. 

I love the way artist Barbara Lidfors brings to life a Minnesota meadow that I can imagine running through and allowing the magic of nature to wash away the stress of daily routines. We are blessed with beauty all around us, and, for that, I am so thankful. Happy Thanksgiving. Read more about Embrace Autumn with Meadow Magic

Murals on the Wall

Painted room wall mural

Placing an imprint on our homes can take a host of forms—among them: Architectural designs, furniture elements, décor themes and color stories have their own ways of communicating homeowners’ styles. After living much of our lives on mute due to the pandemic, are we ready to make bigger, bolder statements in our homes? Read more about Murals on the Wall

The Interact Center showcases the artistic talents of people with disabilities

“The medical model defines people with disabilities by what they can’t do,” says Jeanne Calvit, founder and artistic director of Interact Center for the Visual and Performing Arts. “Here,” she says, “they’re defined by what they create.”

Interact Center, founded in 1996, is for people ages 24 to 70 with disabilities ranging from Down syndrome to clinical depression to blindness. It’s a place where they can put on original shows and experiment with visual arts. Read more about The Interact Center showcases the artistic talents of people with disabilities


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