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112 2ND STREET EAST
WABASHA, MN 55981
Art. Music. Fun.
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Hours : Monday thru Saturday 10-5 Sunday 10-4
Winter Hours: 10-4 Every Day November thru March
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"Art is the highest form of hope."
At Local World Gallery, we strive to be uplifting, to our artists, our customers and our community
Thanks for visiting!
Established in 2019, Local World Gallery is us: Rob Trussell and Judy Anderson. We are, respectively, shopkeep and potter. We are really proud of the stellar roster of artists we have assembled for you!
We are delighted to shine a spotlight on some incredibly talented regional artists! They are all top-notch folks with whom we have real relationships. Nothing we sell is imported.
We proudly feature clay art from 5 artists: some sculptural, some functional, oil paintings and watercolors, intaglio, gouache and silkscreen. We have jewelry, silk scarves, upcycled mittens, Hmong needlecraft, books, t-shirts and vintage vinyl records. Guitars and guitar accessories and hand-turned wood creations and even magic wands!. We carry greeting cards, and locally-made goat milk soaps and lotions. Enjoy the atmosphere in the warmth of our vintage sound system. Also, we boast to have the most glamorous public restroom for miles.
Wabasha, Minnesota located along the Mighty Mississippi River in the uniquely formed geological area known as "The Driftless". Covering some 13,000 square miles, The Driftless was formed by the runoff from the melting glaciers that never reached the area.
The scenery is that of ever-changing riverscape, rolling quilts of farmland and winding ridges that frame verdant valleys, home to some of the best trout fishing anywhere.
The Mississippi River marks the migration route for hundreds of species of birds and is known as The Mississippi Flyway. Wabasha is home and host to the National Eagle Center.
We have always been attracted to the river and have felt warmly welcomed by Wabasha.
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