Arts

Planes flying over the lake at sunset

White Bear Lake Magazine enjoys showcasing the lake community in a number of ways, and that includes sharing readers’ points of view through what they see, appreciate and capture with their cameras.

Peter Hurd and Logan Gion grew up on blood and gore—movies, that is.

Lakeshore Players Theatre has been rehearsing and performing in the former Swedish Lutheran Church in downtown White Bear Lake since 1971, and they’re long overdue for an upgrade, to say the least.

To most artists, the ability to create is as automatic as breathing, as second nature as eating and sleeping.

Many of the finest musicians have discovered their passion for music when they were very young. To them, music is as natural and familiar as breathing.

Author and puppetteer Anne Sawyer-Aitch brought her characters to life in a puppet show on the stage at Lakeshore Players Theatre. All photos by Sharon Person.

Folks headed to the frozen White Bear Lake to tour 20 artful and interactive ice fishing houses for Art Shanty Projects, which was sponsored by the White Bear Center for the Arts. All photos by Sharon Person.

Gary LaRue is truly a Jack-of-all-trades.

If you haven’t yet heard, the White Bear Center for the Arts (WBCA) is movin’ on up, and is now housed in a shiny 10,000-square-foot facility.

Looking for things to take pictures of after school one day, Max Mueller, now a freshman in college with plans to study meteorology, noticed his dog, Lucy, as she walked around the room, her nails clickety-clacking on the wood floor. Then, before he knew it, the perfect photo opportunity arose.

Abigail Lennox and the Beggar Boys brought their unique sound and holiday spirit to St. John in the Wilderness Episcopal Church on December 7 and 8. All photos by Todd Wildenauer.

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