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ArtReach St. Croix’s Royal Credit Union Foundation Gallery

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 Wednesday-Friday, 10am-4pm and Saturday, 12-4pm.

Current Exhibition

Featuring work by Margi Grill, Kristin Maija Peterson, David Spohn

Concerning Plants

Concerning Plants brings together three artists who look closely at the environment where we live to find connections. David Spohn’s eco-friendly solarplate etchings capture the flora found in the St. Croix Valley. Margi Grill uses oil on board as her medium to examine ornamental qualities of invasive plants and how their introduction has altered our ecosystem. Kristin Maija Peterson looks to rivers and natural compositions of sand, stone, driftwood, leaves and seeds to tell stories of uncultivated biomes.

On view: August 24-September 30

Reception: Thursday, August 24 at 6-8pm

Other Upcoming Exhibitions

  • October 5-November 11: New Views on Pattern and Decoration featuring work by Alice Blessing, Carrie Katzenmeyer and Kirsten Yocum
  • November 16-December 30: Stories to Remember featuring work by Jocelyn Suzuka Figeroua | Holiday Gift Gallery featuring work by area artists

The Gift Gallery

The Gift Gallery reopens on Saturday, March 18 after a bit of a facelift. Come see beautiful art in this bright, light and art filled space.

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.