A focal point for exhibition of local and regional artists, ecce serves as a springboard for emerging talent and a respected destination for established artists.
Located in historic downtown Fargo, ecce’s brick and mortar space is comprised of 4,000 sq. feet, housing two galleries with monthly-rotating exhibits.
216 Broadway North
Fargo, ND 58102
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Tues – Sat 12-6 / Sun 12-5
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Significant to the geography of North Dakota, Minnesota, and Manitoba, Canada, is the fertile Red River Valley, which is home to an incredibly talented pastel artist with new works to showcase.
On view now through August 7 at Ecce Gallery in Fargo, North Dakota, is a colorful display of pastel beauty from the hand of Bob Crowe.
Amber Fletschock is a collage artist working from the rugged forests of central Minnesota. Inspired by the nature surrounding her, Amber’s work is a response to the chaos and abundance of modern times.
Ecce Gallery is another local business open on Sunday along Zandbroz Variety whose ownerGreg Danz has been opening on Sundays ever since the change to North Dakota’s “blue laws” allowed for it in 1991. He said he felt it was important to open Sundays in order to stay competitive with stores in the mall.
Warren Kessler is a magician with a paintbrush. At least, he creates illusions like one.
Kessler’s newest series of artworks are trompe-l’oeil (pronounced tromp-loy), meaning to paint using optical illusion. Kessler wants to entertain and intrigue his audiences.
When the doors opened, the crowds poured in. You only get one chance to check out Northern Folk Pop-Up Shop. It’s a first of its kind American-made pop-up shop right in downtown Fargo at Ecce Art Gallery.
216 Broadway N
Fargo, ND 58103
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Tues - Sat 12-6