In July of 1990, Picture Perfect Art & Frame opened on Smith Avenue in West St. Paul. Second-generation owner Luci Hollenkamp is thrilled to celebrate 30 years of framing, preserving, and displaying art.
West St. Paul resident celebrates Pride Month despite the pandemic with a children’s book and scavenger hunt.
Local artist Carolyn Swiszcz talks about how she makes art and why she likes Granny Donuts and other small businesses.
Creativity is blossoming in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are some examples of West St. Paul residents being creative.
The Minnesota Regional Arts Council awarded West St. Paul a $10,000 grant for a community art project to create a mosaic sculpture.
Local artist Carolyn Swiszcz wrote about the art park in a zine titled “Sad Park,” but she’s also organizing a July 10 event to imagine the future of the park.