Cloister Art Gallery

WELCOME TO THE CLOISTER ART GALLERY!

We are excited to have a place for you to learn about upcoming artists and learn the history of the Cloister Gallery and discover all kinds of interesting information about the art in and around the House of Hope Presbyterian Church.

During October join us in the Cloister Gallery as the Art Gallery features Joy Hartl, a Minnesota artist who, for more than a decade, began an intense study to help her unlock the subtle beauty of nature. Her works include flowers and still life paintings.

Plan to meet Joy at the Artist Reception in the Cloister Gallery on Sunday, October 15th after church service at 11:15 a.m.

 Margie Crone, (Elder and Chair of the Arts Committee)
Committee members:  Virginia Bailey, Emily Brenengen, Lola Christianson, Elly Clark, Joann Fabel,  Joan Frank, John Hill, Sarah Jensen, Susan Koebrick, Mary Patton, Patty Paulus, Evelyn Sunness, Elly Verhagen, Ann Wilson.
 

Cloister Gallery: Here are some Member participation exhibit activities coming up:
 
Members Art Show: Members Art Show: November 7–December 4, 2017: Members are invited to submit original artwork, fine arts and crafts, photography and textiles/fiber art. All artwork must be suitable, fully assembled, framed and/or otherwise ready to display and hang without any additional preparation. Items can be brought to the Bridal Room on October 29 and November 5, with installment on Tuesday, November 7. Each person may submit up to three pieces. Registration forms and identification labels are available at the information table in the Cloister Gallery. Art pieces can be picked up on Sunday, December 3. If you have questions, contact Margie Crone at maccrone1@aol.com or (651)735-8043. We look forward to your participation in this popular annual event!
 
Christmas Traditions Show: December 5, 2017–January 8, 2018: Members are invited to submit art that is a Christmas Tradition item that is special to his/her heritage or is an item that one collects and cherishes from another heritage. Items are to be collected on November 26 and December 3.