WINONA, Minn. – The Minnesota Marine Art Museum hosts an exhibit of acrylics by St. Paul artist Anne Labovitz through January 24. Her large-scale works and intended to invite and engage viewers in her artistic and social justice causes. They are oversize and blast deeply with color. Labovitz’s recent work explores her childhood experience growing up on Lake Superior and her current home along the Mississippi River.

“Lake Stories I.” 2021. Acrylic on canvas.

Labovitz. Activist against racism. Participant in the Racial Equity Committee at the Walker Art Center in. Minneapolis. On steering committee of Turn up the Turn Out. Her current long-term social practice project combines art-making, social justice, radical kindness, and relational listening to normalize, saying “I Love You” as an alternative to division and conflict