Where to find us

Sivertson Gallery Locations

Two gallery locations:


Sivertson Gallery - Grand Marais

14 West Wisconsin Street
P.O. Box 178
Grand Marais, MN 55604, USA

Toll-free 888-880-4369



Sivertson Blog: https://sivertson.com/blog/

Grand Marais Gallery Hours
Monday - Saturday 10:00-5:00

Sunday  10:00 - 4:00

*We will be closed Christmas Day 

*We will be open New Years Eve and New Years Day


Siiviis of Sivertson Gallery - Duluth

361 Canal Park Drive
Duluth, MN 55802 USA

Toll-free 888-815-5814


E-mail: siiviis@sivertson.com

Duluth Gallery Hours

Sunday : 10:00 - 5:00

Monday - Saturday : 10:00 - 6:00



Saturday 30th of September, 2017BEHOLD THE MUG!

SAT, SEP 30, 2017 :: 10am—4pm :: Duluth

A festival of mugs! From potters across Minnesota & Wisconsin, with Duluth Coffee and local delicacies to be served.


Saturday 30th of September, 2017MOSTLY OTTERS

SEP 30—OCT 8, 2017 :: Grand Marais

Featuring painter Kat Corrigan and her critters. Don't miss the Fireside Chat with the artist and demo on Sat, Sept 30, 1—3pm.


Saturday 7th of October, 2017DO YOU RAKU? WE DO!

SAT, OCT 7, 2017 :: 10am–3pm :: Grand Marais
A fan favorite with Richard Gruchalla & Carrin Rosseti. Purchase and glaze a hand-thrown tea bowl and watch the dramatic raku process in the back parking lot of Sivertson Gallery. You'll go home with your own work of art!


Saturday 14th of October, 20172017 INUIT PREMIERE

SAT, OCT 14, 2017 :: 10am—7pm :: Grand Marais
We welcome artist Ningiukulu Teevee to Grand Marais to help us celebrate the Dorset Finet Arts print release! At 1pm and 3pm enjoy Nunavik-style throat-singing performances by Nina Segalowitz and Taqralik Partridge. At 6pm we'll have a Fireside Panel Chat with all guests, including William Huffman of Dorset Fine Arts. All day, our guests will join us to chat informally about living in the Arctic, the art of throat singing, and the traditions of the Kinngait Studios in Cape Dorset, Nunavut (the longest-running print studio in Canada). Come and see the exquisite sculptures and carvings by Canadian Inuit and Alaskan Siberian Yupik artists.

In addition, don’t miss events at the Grand Marais Art Colony on Thurs, Oct. 12 and Fri, Oct. 13, with an artist collaboration between Ningiukulu Teevee, Betsy Bowen, and Kari Vick.

The event is presented in partnership with the Consulate General of Canada in Minneapolis.


Saturday 21st of October, 2017BOOK RELEASE & SIGNING

SAT, OCT 21 :: 1—3pm :: Grand Marais

Author Lisa Lunge-Larsen and illustrator Kari Vick sign copies of their brand new book, "Seven Ways to Trick a Troll." Scandinavian folktales come to life in this beautifully illustrated children's (of all ages) book.