“THE CARVED MARK NARRATIVES IN INK AND PAPER”

For the first time, local resident and artist Lori Biwer-Stewart will be exhibiting her linocut artwork at the Mitchell County Historical Museum.

Her exhibit will open on Sunday, July 28 with a reception from 1-5 p.m. and run through September.

Biwer-Stewart will have six original images of Osage available during the opening day of the show.

She only has 7-10 of each image left then they will be sold out.

Refreshments and beverages will be served during the opening reception.

The MitchellCountyHistoricalMuseum is located inside the Cedar River Complex, 809 Sawyer Drive, Osage.

It is open daily from 1-5 p.m. and by appointment.

For more information regarding this exhibit, contact the museum at 641-832-2574.

 

An original linocut of the 1858 Mitchell County Courthouse. Biwer-Stewart created a total of six historic scenes of Osage.  All will be available for purchase, in limited quantity, during her upcoming exhibit at the Mitchell County Historical Museum.