September 27th, 2019 by Gary Osberg

Fall is here and there is a forecast for frost tonight.  The Millstream Art Festival will be held Sunday in vibrant downtown St. Joseph.  The event runs from 11am until 5pm.  There will be 55 artists and 8 authors displaying and selling their works.  There will be live music and a wide variety of food […]

September 20th, 2019 by Gary Osberg

Building an art monument to honor our veterans requires dedication, commitment and a team to get the job done. It takes an artist willing to spend the time researching, designing and creating the paintings. It takes a committed group of individuals to share the dream and it takes donors to make it come true! The […]

September 13th, 2019 by Gary Osberg

It has been six years since Auntie passed. There are many stories to tell about Auntie, but my favorite comes from her son Kevin. They had been visiting Kevin’s uncle in Alexandria and Kevin told Auntie that he wanted to get back to Upsala so he could watch the Preakness horse race on television. The […]

September 6th, 2019 by Gary Osberg

This note was cut and pasted from my son’s website, The Outdoor Report.  He wrote it in 2013. “In our family, Labor Day weekend means a trip to Uncle Brian’s Cabin. It’s our way of saying goodbye to summer & one last weekend dedicated to feeling Minnesota. What I mean by that is a celebration […]

September 6th, 2019 by Gary Osberg

Ninety eight years ago today, a boy-child was born in Pretare, Italy. A village in the Apennine Mountains on the coast of the Adriatic Sea.  Anthony Caponi grew to be a giant in the art world.  In his lifetime, Tony created hundreds, maybe thousands of sculptures, many of them from rocks.  He also established the […]