Art Gallery

Local artists are invited to 
display their work in the Babbitt Public Library Art Gallery.
Mission: Babbitt Public Library seeks to enrich community life with stimulating reading, viewing, and listening opportunities, to inspire literacy and lifelong learning, stimulate imagination, and to support individuals and businesses in reaching their goals.

Babbitt Public Library Art Gallery promotes local art and artists with a gallery of wall displays for hanging framed work. One display is designated for student art. Art is to be suitable for family viewing, framed with a single wire hanger on the back, and accompanied by an artist’s statement in a font of 12 or larger on 8.5x11 paper. Pieces 30”x36”or larger require prior approval by Gallery personnel before hanging. Hanging and removal of pieces will be done by the artist on an agreed schedule. Babbitt Public Library reserves the right to remove art works from display at their discretion. Babbitt Public Library reserves the right to use the artist's images for promotional purposes. A jpeg image of one or two art works sized at approximately 2000x3000 pixels on a disc is requested for promotional use. Personal Service Announcements and/or Press Releases with The Babbitt Weekly, Ely Echo, The Timberjay, and are among avenues of promotion used by Babbitt Public Library. Art on display in the Library's gallery is covered by the City's insurance. The Library gallery does not host pricing or sales but artists are encouraged to provide business cards and contact information for potential customers.
Babbitt Public Library houses an Art Gallery aiming to promote local art and artists, offering art for community viewing, and enhancing the environment. Artists are encouraged to make use of the Gallery. The public is invited to stop in to browse through the Gallery during Library hours. The Gallery is available to local artists. Call 218 827-3345.

Several excellent local artists have a continuous display in the library that is frequently updated with new work. 
Visit often to see what is new.

Peruse the Gallery during Library hours.
 Monday- Friday 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Rick Monte's driftwood art


Marlynn Klinzing's Quilt

Lisa Pennala's  "Alaskan Dream"

JoAnn Briggs Quilts

Robert Daugherty displays his art work.

Northeast Range High School Student Art Work

Arial Kalinowski with her Butterfly Quilt

JoAnn Brigg's Quilt

Richard Klinzing's Cardinal Latch Hook

Miranda King's Star Quilt

Richard Klinzing's Latch Hook

Janine Patten

JoAnn Briggs

Janine Patten's Paintings

Richard Monte drift wood art

Richard Monte etch-a-sketch

JoAnn Brigg's Cowboy Quilt

The Generals' Wives Quilt
by Norma Cersine 

Quilting by Marlynn Klinzing of Babbitt  

JoAnn  Briggs Flower Quilt

Oil Paintings by Janine Patten of Babbitt

Copper Fiber Sculptures 
by Pamela Davis of Ely

Quilt by JoAnn Briggs of Babbitt

Watercolors by Gary Stromberg

Watercolors by Bonnie DuFresne

Images by Eric Sherman

Watercolors by Bonnie DuFresne

Donna Kennedy of Hibbing & Angel Valley

Pamela J Davis of Ely, Fiber Arts

Heidi & Tom Pinkerton of Babbitt

 Loretta Wick, Aurora MN

Darilyn Ronn, Babbitt Art Teacher

Gail DeMarcken, Illustrator



Dan Ronn of D & D Art, Ely MN


Bob Rentmeester, Babbitt MN




Consie Powell 
Author & illustrator of Bold Carnivore: An Alphabet of Predators,
Leave Only Ripples: A Canoe Country Sketchbook & others

The Ely Watercolor Club 
Sharon Anderson, Bonnie DuFresne, Helen Kuehlman, Diane Levar, Sue Mischke, Betty Musich, Cecilia Rolando, Liz Schendel, Linda Solum, Claire Taylor, Jean Vertefeuille-Cutler, John Weidemann

Babbitt's Heidi Pinkerton 


Peter Pastika of Babbitt 

                                 Ken Hupila  Snotty Moose Studio


 Donna Kennedy RedBerry Images

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