Visit 40 locations during the 2017 Studio Crawl
Artists in the Fargo-Moorhead area are welcoming the public into their studios as the Fargo-Moorhead Visual Artists presents its fourteenth annual Studio Crawl. The free event is October 7 and 8, noon to 6 p.m., and includes the studio of Scott Seiler Photography (#27). Seiler is a fine art landscape photographer who is a life-long resident of North Dakota.
More than 75 artists in 40 studio locations will demonstrate their processes and show their work, including established artists, educators, and emerging artists. Many will serve refreshments.
Studio Crawl maps are available at the Plains Art Museum, from participating artists, and on the FMVA web site at fmva.org. The map will also be printed in the September 28 issue of the High Plains Reader. All studio locations are marked with bright red signs.
The FMVA is a volunteer organization of nearly 200 visual artists and art supporters. The group promotes and encourages artists and the visual arts in the Fargo-Moorhead area through group art exhibitions, social events, guest artist talks and artist critiques.
Read more about the Studio Crawl at High Plains Reader here.
Download your FMVA Studio Crawl Brochure here.
These photos capture what happens from a mid-winter melt, flooding along the river banks, freezing temperatures return, and the flood waters recede. In February 2017, it froze hard enough and fast enough to create a thick layer of ice that can suspend itself around trees after the flood waters recede to reveal yet another magical creation from Mother Nature. For some in the Red River Valley of North Dakota and Minnesota, this is reminiscent of the winter flood of 1997.
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Scott Seiler is a fine art photographer of landscapes and architecture.