Local art will be on display Saturday, June 9, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., during the Moab Art Walk, the last of the summer.
After this, the monthly Art Walk will reconvene Sept. 8, Oct. 13 and Nov. 10.
This weekend, community members can stroll through the exhibits at their leisure.
On display will be a variety of fine art and handmade crafts.
Attendees can also enjoy refreshments and mingle with local and visiting artists.
Those who can’t make it out Saturday night are in luck, too, though. Most exhibits will remain up throughout the month.
Here’s what to find where:
Moab Arts and Recreation Center
111 E. 100 North
The MARC will feature oil paintings by Anazella Morrison and varied media by students of Utah State University that includes different styles depicting a variety of subjects ranging from landscapes, portraits and still life scenes.
39 E. 100 North
To be able to convey an idea through imagery is the oldest and most basic form of communication known, preceding even language and the written word. Carey Jones does just t hat. He is primarily a sketch artist and painter but also uses ink, drafting lead and colored pencil.
The Edge Gallery
137 N. Main St.
The Edge Gallery features fine art landscape photography by Bret Edge. Each photograph is presented as a breathtaking canvas wrap or archival plaque mount in an open, contemporary gallery space.
87 N. Main St.
Ceramic artist Lori Raper creates unique black and white pottery inspired by the enchanting aspen trees in the nearby mountains. In addition to creating beautiful functional art, Lori teaches high school art and competes in body-building competitions. Drop by and check out Lori’s unique creations.
Back of Beyond Books
83 N. Main St.
Dude and Dot Larsen painted more than 90 oil paintings in the 1930s and 40s, depicting scenes of Utah and the southwest; about 70 were sold as postcards. Daughter Bette Stanton will be on hand to tell us the “rest of the story” of her parents’ paintings.
Framed Image Fine Art
59 E. Center St.
Framed Image presents photographic works by Benjamin T. Parker. Combining a lifetime of outdoor experiences with a broad understanding of landforms and light, Ben has been able to capture those rare moments of exceptional beauty that only the southwest can offer.
83 E. Center St.
The Overlook Gallery will host a group show featuring oil paintings by Carolyn Dailey; landscape and wildlife oils by Daniel Loge`; and Mata Ortiz style pottery, hand-built, painted and pit-fired by Martha Martinez.