ArtReach St. Croix’s Royal Credit Union Foundation Gallery feature work by local, regional and national artists in rotating exhibits. The gallery hosts visual arts shows representing a variety of mediums throughout the year.
The gallery is free and open to the public.
Wednesdays and Fridays, 10am-4pm
featuring work by Ken Johnson, Victoria Kosel, Lynn Pagliarini, Gwen Partin and Christina Rolf
Five artists reconsider the expectations of art through patterns, knot, tangles, and weaving. The result is not straightforward, but rather harmonious and skewed.
On view: January 8-February 11
Opening Reception: Sunday, January 8 at 2-4pm
Artist Talks: Gwen Partin & Ken Johnson, January 26 at 6:30pm; Victoria Kosel, February 2 at 6:30pm
Looking for an artist who was in a past exhibition? Check out our archives.
The Gift Gallery
The Gift Gallery will be closed January and February as we update the space to make it more welcoming, and an even better showcase for local artists. Watch our emails, social media and website for re-opening details in March!
Experience The Gift Gallery, an adjoining space to ArtReach St. Croix’s exhibition galleries featuring artwork by St. Croix Valley artists that are perfect for gift giving or just for you.
The Gift Gallery is an outgrowth of six years of Holiday Pop-up Shops on Stillwater’s Main Street. Now you can pop in to The Gift Gallery to purchase the work of local artists any time of the year. A new mix of artists will be featured in The Gift Gallery every three months.
Virtual Gallery Experiences
Online gallery slideshows have been created for some exhibitions that have taken place during the 2020/2021 Covid-19 pandemic. If you were unable to visit the gallery in Stillwater, please enjoy past exhibitions virtually on our YouTube channel.
Nature in Black and White was on view February 18-March 27. The exhibition features work by Leslie Carpenter-Holt, Tara Merkt and Rhonda Willers.
Distilled and Direct was on view January 7-February 13, 2021. The exhibition features work by Lisa Bergh, Tara Costello and Susan Solomon and was curated by Jackson Duin.