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SEMVA Art Gallery is now open!

SEMVA artists are excited to announce the September 2017 opening of our new gallery in downtown Rochester, Minnesota at 320 S Broadway.

Our new gallery is only two blocks away from our previous location. The new gallery is bigger. Your favorite artists are back and many new artists. Come visit us at our new place!

Jane Belau and Beth Karon special exhibit October 19 at Charter House

Beth K Karon and Jane Beleau, SEMVA artists, are featured at a special exhibition on October 19th at Charter House. The “Invincible Signs and Seasons” exhibit is free and open to the public and features music by the Chione Quintet and refreshments. 4:30-7:00pm at Charter House, 211 2nd Street NW, Rochester, MN. 507-266-8572 Download the Flyer: Beleau and Karon Exhibit Flyer 2017

Rochester Post-Bulletin reviews SEMVA Art & Hors d’Ouvres

The annual Art & Hors d’Ouvres was a great event by any measure. Hundreds of people showed up to welcome SEMVA Art Gallery back as a shopping destination. At some points there was a 20 minute wait to even get in the door. Rochester Post-Bulletin had a nice article: Our View: SEMVA finds way to [...]

Bernadine Jax presentation on Mandalas October 28th.

SEMVA Artist Sister Bernadine Jax, OSF presents “Integration of Mandalas, Music and Meditation” on Saturday, October 28th, 2017, 6:30pm to 9:00pm. Refreshments will be served. You can also see her art on display at SEMVA Art Gallery.

Tom Johnson wins award for painting!

Tom Johnson, signature member of the Minnesota Watercolor Society and SEMVA artist, won an award of First Honor for his painting “Connected!” at the Minnesota Watercolor Society Fall Exhibition “Luminous Light” 2017, which is now running at the Hopkins Center for the Arts, Hopkins, Minnesota through October 28, 2017. Come see Tom’s art at SEMVA [...]

Gary Koenig featured in Rochester Post Bulletin article

Gary Koening, a new artist showing at SEMVA Art Gallery, was featured in an article in the Rochester Post Bulletin, “Seen and Heard: Imagining something that isn’t there, but should be.” See Gary’s work on display now at SEMVA Art Gallery.