Five members of Artists of Woodbury will be participating in the St. Paul Art Crawl the weekend of Oct. 12-14. Hours will be 6 to 10 p.m. that Friday, noon to 8 p.m. Saturday and noon to 5 p.m. Sunday.

Artists participating are Estella Yeung, Joan Miller, Emily Arksey, Becky Amble and Greg Kraft. Yeung and Miller will have exhibits at The Union Depot, Amble and Arksey will be at Creators Space, and Kraft will be at Schmidt Artist Lofts.

"I'm really excited to be at the Art Crawl again. The Union Depot is such a wonderful space," said Yeung, of Growing Blue Flowers, an artist who uses Native ingredients for making lotions and salves.

"The St Paul Art Crawl is always a terrific event; a great time for art-lovers and enthusiasts to stroll and look at the variety presented at the Crawl. And we'll be in the Union Depot which is worth a trip in itself," said Miller, of Grey Cloud Island Pottery.

"I'm thrilled to be in a wonderful new space in Lowertown called CreatorsSpace. It is truly a gift of love and magnificent vision of the owners who created this space," according to Amble, a fused glass artist and painter.

Artists of Woodbury is actively inviting other artists and art supporters to join the group. The group seeks to provide opportunities for artists to network, exhibit, and sell art as well as learn from one another and share their art with Woodbury and the surrounding communities. Those interested in becoming members of the Artists of Woodbury can visit the group's website at