SateLlite Galleries



Operated by St. Gabriel's Hospital, the Family Medical Center houses a satellite gallery on its first floor.

811 2nd St. SE, Little Falls, MN 56345 | Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Linda Addicott

On display through October 31, 2019

Being involved with art has been a life long experience for me. Over the years I have engaged in a variety of arts and crafts endeavors. I started watercolor painting about twelve years ago and discovered this to be a very rewarding medium. Much of my training has been through community education classes, but I have had the opportunity to take classes from nationally known artists such as Sandy Delehanty, Rose Edin, Linda Kemp and Liam Quan Then. 

The subjects I like to paint the most are wildlife and pets, however I like to paint a variety of subjects including landscapes and people. Foremost when I choose to paint, it is because I feel a connection to my subject. 

I have been a member of the Central MN Watercolor Artists group since about 2007, and have participated in many local art shows: hanging work at the Paramount Arts Center, and St. Cloud Hospital. I have had paintings displayed at the Whitney Senior Center and the Great River Arts Center in Little Falls. During the St. Cloud Art Crawls I have participated by being a demonstration painter at the Paramount. 

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Our satellite gallery at this historic landmark is housed on the second floor outside the courthouse.

213 1st Ave. SE, Little Falls, MN 56345 | Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. and Saturday: 9 - 11 a.m.

Lisa molitor

On display through October 31, 2019

I am in awe of the wondrous and awesome things that God has created. Everywhere I look I see a painting. I look upon His creation, reflect upon it and than put my vision of it in a painting or drawing. My hope is that my art will make people see all things in a different light. I hope that it will make one slow down and take a deeper look at all the wonders around us. I discovered my ability to draw during my teenage years while babysitting for a talented artist. Looking at her drawings captured my curiosity. Finding paper and pencil led me to draw a picture of a little girl. I was surprised with the results. It looked just like the little girl I was observing. This was the beginning of my passion to create art. I work with watercolor, pencil and oils as primary mediums. When I look at subject matter I want to paint, I automatically envision what medium will best capture the beauty and essence of what I will be painting or drawing. My love and passion to create beautiful work is strong and grows intense everyday. It is my belief that this world is in need of beautiful images for reflection and inspiration.