The first Moab Art Walk for the fall season will be held this coming Saturday, Sept. 14. The walk features several local artists and mediums with works displayed at businesses in the downtown Moab area. The public is invited to stroll through the exhibits at their leisure to view a variety of fine art and handmade crafts, enjoy refreshments and mingle with local and visiting artists. Most exhibits will remain displayed throughout the month for those who are unable to attend the Saturday night walk.
39 E. 100 N.
Logan Hansen employs creative photography techniques to capture and display the dynamic interaction of rock, sky, and life in the Moab area, striving to synthesize passing moments in context of a seemingly timeless landscape.
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.
Moab Arts & Recreation Center
111 E. 100 N.
Alf (Steven) Randell’s panoramic images of the Colorado Plateau demonstrates his love of climbing and the wide, panoramic view of the desert. Randell hopes to transform rooms into desert valleys with his photos. Yrma van der Steenstraesen’s contemporary paintings share the beauty of nature combined with her feminine touch. Her paintings vary from almost realistic portrayals, sometimes surreal, to abstract compositions.
352 N. Main St.
Eklecticafe is proud to display the works of Castle Valley artist Trish Ogilvy, a sculpture artist who has enjoyed many years of expressing her comical and the bizarre ideas in clay
Framed Image Fine Art
59 E. Center St.
Framed Image celebrates its 10th anniversary with an exhibit from legendary Expressionist painter, and canyon country mystic, John DePuy.
83 E. Center St.
At The Overlook, a working artist studio and gallery, James McKew and Tim J. Morse will be showing a large collection of landscapes recently painted outdoors, directly from nature, and several larger paintings they’ve created in the studio.
Museum of Moab
118 E. Center St.
Art on rails fills the museum with an exhibit of Train Graffiti photography by Geré Drake. Featuring from simple tags to more complex murals the amount of art rolling across Grand County creates a staggering display of mobile art.