Sculpture Walk installs new works in downtown Bemidji

Featured photo: A wood sculpture by Molly Wiste, “Spirt of the Water,” on display on 3rd St. and Beltrami Ave. NW. Photo courtesy of Bemidji Sculpture Walk.

The Bemidji Sculpture Walk recently installed new sculptures for the 21st summer season, which feature artworks of wood, brass, aluminum, rocks and even recycled tools, farm equipment and auto parts. At their website, they have an interactive Google Map for the downtown area for self-guided sculpture tours.

The Critic’s Choice Awards for last year’s featured pieces went to James Mages for “Wheat Harvest,” on permanent display at the Harmony Food Co-op, and to Sunghee Min, for her modernistic “Cube” sculpture.

The winners were chosen by Aaron Spangler, a sculptor and printmaker from Park Rapids.

To help the BSW continue their mission of bringing new artwork and artist recognition to the downtown area, donations can be made at their Northwest Minnesota Foundation fundraising page.


Larissa Donovan is the News Director for the stations of Paul Bunyan Broadcasting and has been, almost without interruption, since Election Day 2016. She covers events and issues in north central Minnesota, which include local government, crime, courts, education, environment and social issues. She studied communications at Bemidji State University and received her degree in 2018. Larissa, native to the great state of New York, grew up in Bemidji, and enjoys spending her spare time with her family and pet cat. She also loves Star Trek, punk rock music and the theater.


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