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Birger Sandzén Memorial Gallery
401 N. First St.
Ph: (785) 227-2220

The Birger Sandzén continues it's namesakes promotion of the arts. The Gallery presents exhibits of work by local and regional as well as nationally recognized artists, music programs, receptions and docent tours for groups. Birger Sandzén is one of 8 Wonders of Kansas in Art because of his unique landscape paintings featuring bold brushwork and vibrant color and because of his lithographs, block prints, and drypoints.


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Courtyard Gallery
125 N. Main St.
Ph: (785) 227-3007

The Courtyard Gallery invites you to come in and browse for treasures of Midwest art. Looking for a unique gift, or for an addition to your collection? Featured artists offer prairie landscapes, woodcarvings, art glass, jewelry, ceramics, and mixed-media creations catering to every desire.


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Hemslöjd
201 N. Main St.
Ph: (800) 779-3344 (785) 227-2053

Winner in 8 Wonders of Kansas, the Hemslöjd is an "Adventure in Swedish Tradition." Browse the gift shop that overflows with traditional, unusual and practical Swedish gifts, crafts, housewares and more. Tour the workshop and visit with the folk-artist or craftsmen as they make Dala horse signs and other specialties.

Since 1984, Hemslöjd has handcrafted personalized Dala Horse signs for homes and businesses all around the world. Among their many Scandinavian items, they offer traditional Dala Horses direct from Sweden. Over the years the hand carved and painted Dala Horse has become a symbol of authentic Swedish handicraft and one of Sweden's most popular souvenirs.


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McPherson County Old Mill Museum and Heritage Square
120 Mill St.
Ph: (785) 227-3595

Finalist in 8 Wonders of Kansas History, the Old Mill houses Oscar Gunnerson's concrete sculptures and Anton Pearson's Scandinavian flat plain figure carvings.

The museum preserves the early heritage of McPherson County. The museum collects, preserves, researches, exhibits and interprets materials related to this heritage with special emphasis on the period from 1870 to 1910.

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The Red Barn Studio
212 S. Main St.
Ph: (785) 227-2217

The Red Barn Studio was the working studio for professional artist and craftsman Lester Raymer (1907 - 1991). The Red Barn Studio is filled with Raymer's art and handiwork, from paintings and printers to ceramics and metalwork, from wood carving to stitchery, furniture and jewelry. A finalist in 8 Wonders of Kansas Art.

The Red Barn also offers an Artist-in-Residence program. The Artist-in Residence program at the Red Barn Studio offers visual artists and craftsmen, musicians, writers, and performer the opportunity to pursue their particular art form while being surrounded by the inspiring environment of Lester Raymer's Red Barn Studio. The Raymer Society offers the participant the use of a small apartment and studio space for periods from one week to several weeks.
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Small World Gallery
127 N. Main St.
Ph: (785) 227-4442

See through the eyes of world-traveled National Geographic photographer Jim Richardson at his Small World Gallery. In exhibits and in a huge greeting card selection of his work, you'll witness his passion for photography that says more. Meet Jim, if he's not on assignment, and see creations by Kathy Richardson, a jewelry designer who works with unusual and vintage metals, glass and semi-precious stones.

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Turner Photography & The Brickstreet Gallery
129 N. Main St.
(785) 227-2112

Jim Turner owns and operates Turner Photography and The Brickstreet Gallery. Turner Photography provides photography services for portraits, weddings, commercial clients and public relations. The Brickstreet Gallery features Jim's fine art black and white and color photography. Turner Photography began in 1972 and continues to be a full-time professional photographic studio servicing Lindsborg and the surrounding areas.

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Chestnut Studios
118 S. Main St.
(620) 305-3231

Welcome to Chestnut Studioslocated in historic downtown Lindsborg in the heart of Kansas. Proudly supporting the independent artist/maker, Chestnut Studios specializes in art and handcrafted goods from independent artists and makers across the country. At our brick and mortar store, you will find even more locally-made items as well as handcrafted furnishings. Located on Main Street in Lindsborg since 2015, Chestnut Studios is now working with over 30 artists -- a number that is constantly growing!




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104 E. Lincoln St.    P.O. Box 70    Lindsborg, KS 67456-0070    Ph: (888) 227-2227    Fx: (785) 227-4128
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