On Thursday, December 14, from 6-8 p.m. the City of Marquette Office of Arts and Culture will be hosting the opening reception for ‘Color Memories’ by Ginnie Cappaert to be displayed in the Deo Gallery. The Deo Gallery is owned by the City of Marquette and is located in the lower level of the Peter White Public Library in the City’s Arts & Culture Center; it is supported by the Lake Superior Art Association. Light refreshments provided. Receptions are free and open to the public. Exhibits are accessible during regular library hours and will be on display through January 27, 2024.


The Deo Gallery: Ginnie Cappaert, Color Memories
The exhibit is a meditative exploration of abstract landscapes, using over 40 layers of pigment with oil paints, cold wax, and marble dust to capture the essence of nature and changing seasons. Cappaert now owns and operates a studio and gallery of her work in Egg Harbor, WI. She lived in the U.P. for over thirty years. Learn more about the Deo Gallery and Public Gallery Program* exhibits at:


*The Huron Mountain Club Gallery and Lower Level Lobby will display community decorated holiday trees for the annual Winter Wonderland Walk. The celebration will take place on Saturday, December 2. See www.pwpl/info for more information about the winter display and event.