Seven downtown venues will host the Moab Art Walk between 6 and 9 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 12. 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 up throughout the month for those who are unable to attend the Saturday night walk. A total of six art walks are held each year, with three in the spring and another three in the fall. There will be a final Fall art walk held Saturday, Nov. 9.
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.
7 N. Main St.
Triassic is a new addition to the Moab Art Walk venue. This month Triassic will be featuring a table made from a root-ball salvaged from the site of Helen M. Knight Elementary. The second in their never ending series of root-ball works, this Maple Root Table was cut by chainsaw, routered and hand sanded to a fine finish.
Framed Image Fine Art
59 E. Center St.
Framed Image will feature acrylic landscapes by husband and wife Mark Knudsen and Leslie Thomas. The artists often focus on the unappreciated badlands, the odd and the beautiful. They like to discover through painting, the beauty that lies just below the surface.
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.
“Rocks and Rock Stars” is an electric combination of natural vistas and the excitement of Rock and Roll icons in this collaborative photo exhibit by Tom Till, Dan Norris and Suzan Taylor at The Museum of Moab.
Moab Arts & Recreation Center
111 E. 100 N.
See the work of over 100 artists from Plein Air Moab. Their paintings and drawings have all been completed within 50 miles of downtown Moab during the week prior to Art Walk. But it all disappears 9 p.m., Saturday, so come early.
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.