Art Rumba here, reporting to you the latest art show news from the Wisconsin and southern Minnesota region.
   
Studio Gallery 1311 opened its winter show “Visual Curiosities” on Feb. 16 featuring the paintings of Mary Solberg and the sculpture of Andrew Chulyk. This is a unique experience for lovers of the offbeat and is an unusual show for this area. For hours and additional information, check out www.sg1311.blogspot.com
   
The Lanesboro Arts Center is showing “Tradition and Transitions: The Art of Jewelry Redefined” featuring jewelry artists Liz Bucheit and Michael Seiler. For more info check out www.lansboroarts.org
   
UW-L is having an All-Student Juried Exhibition on the first floor of the Center for the Arts. The opening reception is March 8, 5-7 p.m.  Go to www.uwlax.edu/art.
   
Viva Gallery in Viroqua is hosting the work of photographer Hannah Agar. Go to
www.vivagallery.net for hours.
   
Vitamin Studio on Sixth Street in La Crosse continues its Life Drawing sessions every Wednesday from 6-8 p.m. Vitamin Studio owner Matt Duckett was accepted into The Lanesboro Arts Center Artist Residency program for a two-week period. Way to go, Matt!
   
State Street Gallery at Grand River Station is presenting a show titled, “Small Works” that will run through March and April with an opening reception April 5 from 6-8:30 p.m.
   
State Street Gallery, 1804 State St., in La Crosse, continues to show a mix of local, regional and national artists covering all mediums and styles.
   
Enjoy the art and support the artists.