Hennepin History Museum is a busy place, and hosts a wide variety of events and activities, including our signature Fireside Chat series, First Free Thursdays, exhibition openings, special tours, book signings, and traditional artist demonstrations.
Visiting the museum at this time does require the use of stairs.
June 29:Judith Anderson Artist Talk
6 PM - 7 PM
Come hear Judith Anderson at Hennepin History Museum!
As part of a series of talks given by OPM artists featured in our newest show “Hennepin History en plein air,” Judith will be discussing her work to document the rapidly disappearing barns of Hennepin County, capturing not only their likenesses, but their stories as well. From a young age, Judith knew she wanted to be an artist. Drawn to Impressionists because of their use of color and the personal interpretation of the subjects they observed, she follows in their footsteps by continuing the tradition of Plein Air landscapes and still life paintings. Trained as a commercial artist, Judith has also studied Atelier drawing and has trained with Marc Hanson, Stapleton Kearns, Michael Klein and Jeffrey T. Larson. To learn more about Judith and to see her work, visit HHM or her weebly or website.
After the discussion, join us for light refreshments and explore “Hennepin History en plein air” as well as its partner exhibit “Artist's Paradise: Urban and Rural Landscapes.” We look forward to seeing you!