ivertson Gallery is a destination for art on the North Shore of Lake Superior, exhibiting the work of over 60 regional artists in addition to Canadian Inuit and Alaskan native art, Canadian First Nation and Native American art. Exhibiting artwork that reflects the character of Lake Superior remains the gallery’s dominant focus. This includes depicting the lake’s beauty and depth, its surrounding environment and its history and people. Including art from the more remote northern regions of Alaska and Arctic Canada brings an adventurous and independent flavor to the gallery.
North Shore Minnesota Arts and Culture Travel Guide
Within walking distance or a short hop in your car from the Superior Inn, you will a variety of Grand Marais Shops and Art Galleries to explore. Best Western Plus Superior Inn is located in the North Shore harbor village of Grand Marais on the shore of majestic Lake Superior. Learn about the nearby Grand Marais Art Galleries in our Grand Marais travel guide, and find some time to learn about the people and events who settled the area.
Known as the oldest art colony in Minnesota, Grand Marais has a rich history that draws artisans of all genres to this picturesque place for inspiration. The Arrowhead Center for The Arts celebrates and promotes the arts, artists, and culture of Minnesota’s North Shore and Arrowhead regions. No trip to Grand Marais would be complete without a trip to North House Folk School. Visitors to the school can take a course, enjoy a public program, shop in their store or even set sail on Lake Superior aboard Hjørdis—a 50' traditionally rigged schooner. More information about events throughout Grand Marais can be found on the Superior Inn Local Guide Event Calendar.View Grand Marais Arts and Culture Guide.