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Artists

northernness: The state or quality of being northern

Art of the North reflects Lake Superior’s beauty, environment, history, and people—and 
includes the regions of far north Alaska and Canada. The artists at Sivertson Gallery express this northernness through their art—in the animals, landscapes, history, unique lifestyle, and community they capture.

We have hundreds of prints and originals for sale, and new art is added every month. We represent new and upcoming artists, as well as nationally-known artists who have been with us for 40 years.

Click on any image below to learn about an artist and view their work.


Rick Allen

Rick Allen

Rick has been an artist and printmaker for over 30 years. He grew up in Duluth, Minnesota, and studied history at St. Olaf College and the University of Chicago before veering from the scholarly path and attending the Rhode Island … view work

Betsy Bowen

Betsy Bowen

Betsy Bowen makes woodblock prints from her studio in a former Grand Marais, Minnesota, Lutheran church. Her art shows us a glimpse of life in the north woods, and her prints illustrate many books for children and adults. Originally from … view work

Jim Brandenburg

Jim Brandenburg

Jim Brandenburg developed a love of nature and the environment from his upbringing on a rural prairie in southwestern Minnesota. Brandenburg attended the University of Minnesota, Duluth, where he majored in art history and began his career as a photographer … view work

Christian Dalbec

Christian Dalbec

Christian Dalbec lives in Two Harbors, Minnesota. On a typical morning he wakes before sunrise and drives along still-dark Highway 61, eventually stopping at Split Rock Lighthouse State Park. There, he enters cold Lake Superior wearing a helmet, wetsuit, snorkel, … view work

Dave Gilsvik

Dave Gilsvik

Dave paints northern Minnesota landscapes with a free-flowing style infused with emotion and color, expressing his love for the place he calls home. He studied at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, the University of New Mexico, and Yale … view work

Aaron Kloss

Aaron Kloss

Aaron paints from memory, sharing his experiences visually through the landscapes of northern Minnesota: birch, maple and evergreen forests, abundant wildlife, breathtaking vistas. His distinctive technique utilizes a singular brushstroke in vivid color on a black canvas—a work of light … view work

Marian Lansky

Marian Lansky

Marian was a professional graphic designer for 25 years, many of those spent collaborating with her husband, printmaker Rick Allen. In 2003 they started The Kenspeckle Letterpress together, in Duluth, Minnesota, and in 2009, after years of doing client work, … view work

Howard Sivertson

Howard Sivertson

Raised as a third generation commercial fisherman on Isle Royale, Howard worked hard harvesting trout and herring from the cold waters of Lake Superior. Those impressions and experiences inspired his studies at the Minneapolis School of Art and the University … view work

Liz Sivertson

Liz Sivertson

Liz has lived near Lake Superior most of her life. Currently she resides just over the hill from Grand Marais in a small house/studio. Her easel stands at the window with a big view where she paints whimsical and richly-colored … view work

Adam Swanson

Adam Swanson

Adam’s paintings use humans, animals, and scientific tools to stress our connection with the natural world. After majoring in art at the University of Minnesota, Duluth, he traveled to Antarctica working for the National Science Foundation. Living in that extreme landscape … view work

Roy Thomas

Roy Thomas

Anishinaabe painter Roy Thomas (1949-2004) was one of the most influential aboriginal artists in Canada, and was famous for paintings of colorful totemic animals. He grew up in Longlac, Ontario, and like other Native youth of his generation, was forced … view work

Kari Vick

Kari Vick

Kari is a painter, printmaker, and illustrator of children’s books using watercolor and ink, working in both traditional and modern techniques. Her images convey the storytelling capability of art: “I see story everywhere,” Kari says. “I savor chance encounters in … view work

Dan Wiemer

Dan Wiemer

Dan is a landscape artist working in watermedia, capturing his love of the natural world. He paints both en plein air and in his Red Wing, Minnesota, studio. Dan trained as a graphic designer (with a BA from Iowa State … view work

Inuit/Arctic Artists

Inuit/Arctic Artists

Decades ago, Jan Sivertson traveled to far north Canada and Alaska and brought the work of Inuit sculptors and Cape Dorset printmakers back to her small Grand Marais, Minnesota gallery. Today, Sivertson Gallery is widely known for its extraordinary collection … view work