Kurt ‘s beautiful print “Cedar Lake” was just accepted into the Minnesota State Fair Fine Arts Competition!! You can view Kurt’s piece, and all the other beautiful art, Thursday Aug 25th through Monday, Sep 5th at the Fine Arts Center. #MNBlueRibbonQuest#Back2Back #MN #Art #Minnesota #Mnstatefair http://www.mnstatefair.org/competition/fine_arts.html
Kurt Seaberg’s print “Cedar Lake” has just won first place at the International Juried Arts Show in Elk River, MN. As well as the “Wanda Gatzke Memorial: A Work That Tells a Story.” award. Congratulations Kurt!
Kurt Seaberg has received the 1st place prize in the juried Fine Arts Print Category Exhibition at the Minnesota State Fair ! This beautiful prize winning print is available athttp://www.kurtseaberg.com/portfolio/ . Kurt not only won 1st place, he also won an Artistry Award for his print. Picture by Greta Gaard
Kurt Seaberg will be featured in an exclusive exhibit this weekend in Duluth, MN! “Drawing on Stones” will begin August 15th, running till October 18th, and held at the Northern Prints Gallery, 318 North 14th Ave. E. Duluth, MN. Kurt will be on site Saturday August 15th for the grand opening and will give a […]
Some college students from St. John’s traveled to Sapmi this past winter to make a film about Sami. They interviewed Kurt Seaberg for the film. Kurt will aslo be going to the premiere in St. Cloud on April 23 and giving a short presentation.
A Group of Norwegian journalists came to Kurt’s house and interviewed them for a video piece on Sami Culture in Minneapolis. The title of piece was : “Sami culture program. In an entertaining way, we show what is relevant in Sami culture, art and science.” Kurt’s interview starts at the 4 minute mark. Click this […]
Check out this great Interview with Kurt Seaberg written by some traveling Norwegian writers.
A talented lithographer, Kurt Seaberg is also known for his intricate line drawings of the Sami people, the indigenous people of Northern Scandinavia. What began as a way to connect with his father’s work and his own culture has now become a useful education tool; these detailed images are combined with bilingual historical facts and […]
Lithographer Kurt Seaberg enjoys the medium because of the foggy, atmospheric moods he is able to create. Lithography was developed in 1796 based on the simple chemical principle that oil and water repel each other, and the process Seaberg employs has changed little since that time. An active member of the Highpoint Center for Printmaking […]
The work of Minneapolis artist Kurt Seaberg will be presented in Osher Gallery in the Nelson Cultural Center, January 26 through March 3, 2013. Seaberg is an accomplished lithographer, who has been an active member of Highpoint Center for Printmaking since 2003. Seaberg’s interest in the indigenous Sámi culture of northern Europe is evident in […]