The final Art Walk of the 2013 season will be held from 6 to 9 p.m., Saturday, Nov, 9. The public is invited to stroll through exhibits at several downtown venues 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.
7 N. Main St.
This month’s Art Walk features fine ceramics and jewelry by Grand County High School’s DeAnna Irvin and Jasmine Swink. These ladies are earning money to travel to France and Italy this summer for 12 days as part of their school’s art and language immersion program. On the night of the event 20 percent of regular Triassic sales and all of the artists’ sales will go directly to the them to help fund their school trip.
Framed Image Fine Art
59 E. Center St.
Michael Ashcraft’s non-objective paintings “pursue his deep absorption with the natural world.” Through them he “calls directly on (his) emotional state of mind,” making them as “directly expressive” as possible.
83 E. Center St.
Arizona artist Rick Wheeler travels north to join two of his old friends, Tim Morse and James McKew, for a special season finale show at The Overlook Gallery.
Museum of Moab
118 E. Center St.
The ice age inspired artwork of first and second grade students from the Moab Charter School will be on display.
Moab Arts & Recreation Center
111 E. 100 N.
Sarah Hamingson will show pastel paintings created during her stint as the 2013 Community Artist in the Parks. Jon Fuller will show recent photographs.
39 E. 100 N.
Children from the Moab Charter School will be displaying artwork inspired by Alexander Calder. Primary colors, simple, interesting shapes, and drawing define this show. The children display their learning of pattern, repetition, and shapes in a fun and exciting composition.
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.