Art Gallery

The Community Center Gallery space is richly appointed colonnade that serves as a pre and post function theater space equipped with track lighting for the exhibition of artwork and sculpture. 

Exhibit Application Form

Gallery Hours: Monday-Saturday 5:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.  and Sunday 8:00 a.m.  - 9:00 p.m.

Upcoming Gallery Events

June-Ming Chiao Chapter

Ming Chiao Chapter builds on the mission of the Sumi-e society of America to promote the education and enjoyment of traditional and contemporary ink-brush art using East-Asian tools and materials. While appreciating classical approaches, Ming Chiao also encourages experiementation and non-traditional techniques. 

July- Barbara Lanzo & Marian Alstad

Barbara: I have always enjoyed painting with watercolors because of the transparency and free flowing qualitites of the paint. Since graduating from college with a degree in art. I have studied with nationally and locally known artists and continually take classes and workshops. My paintings have won numerous awards, and my commisions hang in homes, buisnesses, churches and restaurants in the U.S. and Canada.
Marian: Marian has been a watercolor instructor for over 35 years. She has taught at Edina Art Center, Bloomington Art Center and many other locations. She has traveled extensively as an instructor. Some of her teaching travels have taken her to France, Italy, Nova Scotia, Ireland, Guatemala and Costa Rica. She also conducts weekly classes in her Minneapolis home studio. For more informaiton visit her website at

August-Elynn Lepel

Elynn grew up on a farm near Plato, Minnesota and received a Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Wisconsin Stout in Clothing, Textiles and Design, minoring in Business.  After graduation, married her high school sweetheart and travelled with his baseball career.  During that time, she worked in the textile retail management.  They decided to move back to their home town to raise a family.  They were blessed with one daughter, Taylor Marie, a fun-loving teenager, who at the age of 16 years old, was tragically taken in a car accident.  Elynn left her marketing/management job and has since been working in many mediums…. watercolors, acrylics, and textiles, raising money for the Taylor Marie Lepel Memorial Fund.  This Fund donates and helps support Taylor’s favorite local organizations and Glencoe Silver Lake school activities and students. Her daughter, Taylor use to say to her, “Mom, why don’t you work in a career that uses your love of textiles and creativity?”  So, Elynn is honoring her daughter’s wishes with her inspiration and keeping her memory alive.