The Hallberg Center for the Arts is open again , but to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and for the health and well-being of our visitors, volunteers and the community, we will be placing some requirements and limits on visitors and voluteers.  We will be open normal hours Thursday through SaturdayVolunteers and guests will be required to wear a mask (if you don't have one, we will provide on for you).  We are limiting the total volunteers and guests to a total of 15 people in the gallery at any given time.  Sanitizer will be available.  Social distancing is required.

Thanks for your understanding.  Everyone at The Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community.

Imaginary Encounters, thus far...by William Linmark opens at the Hallberg Center for the Arts June 18, 2020 

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Imaginary Encounters, thus far...by William Linmark

This beautiful art exhibit is sponsored by: Delta Airlines and the Boorsma Family

This art exhibit by William Linmark is sponsored in part by Delta Air Lines

and

The Boorsma Family

Opening June 18, 2020 at the Hallberg Center for the Arts in Wyoming, MN.  This exhibit is produced by the Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community and is open to the public. Thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, the opening on June 18th will be a private event by invite only from the artist and will run from 4pm to 8pm.  

The Hallberg Center for the Arts will be open to the public from 4pm - 8pm on Thursdays and Fridays (with the exception of the opening) and Saturdays from noon - 4pm.  Volunteers and guests will be required to wear a mask (if you don't have one, we will provide on for you).  We are limiting the total volunteers and guests to a total of 15 people in the gallery at any given time.  Sanitizer will be available.  Social distancing is required.

There will also be a virtual exhibit on our website where visitors can virtually walk through the Hallberg Center for the Arts and view this remarkable exhibit from the comfort and safety of their home on their computer or mobile device.

Imaginary Encounters, thus far...by William Linmark will run through July 18, 2020.

Imaginary Encounters, thus far...by William Linmark at the Hallberg Center for the Arts in Wyoming, MN is presented by the Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community.

William Z. Linmark

Artist’s Statement: Through my artworks I hope to convey to the viewer the diversified connections to our surroundings, as well as the relationships they instill upon us. I am greatly influenced by my personal travels, the diverse cultures with their stories, and capturing the human figure in a fleeting moment in time. The experiences in our everyday life are beneficial to my work, and for me to translate that through my arts is a privilege, especially when it evokes an emotion to the viewer. Education:

  • 2011       BFA  University of Hawai’i at Manoa, Department of Art and Art History
  • 2009       Workshop Atelier du Grande Chaumier, Paris, France

 Awards and Honors:

  • 2019       Directors Choice - In. Art Show & Competition, Hallberg Center for the Arts
  • 2015       The Artist's Magazine ( Finalist/Abstract, 32nd Annual Art Competition, December, 2015)      
  • 2015       4th Place American Art Awards
  • 2013       Honorary Mention, Minnesota State Fair Fine Arts Exhibition
  • 1997       1st Place French Quarter North and South 6th Annual Jumbo Art 

 

Artwork in the Exhibit:

Artwork is for sale if marked with a price.  If you are interested in purchasing on these pieces of artwork, please note the title and price and email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  You will be contacted to arrange for payment and pickup at the art center.

Click Here to view the Artwork in Imaginary Encounters, thus far...by William Linmark