Current Stroll Information

Bella Muse Gallery
First Friday Art Stroll Showings - January 5th, 2018
  
                                                                                                                                                              

 

We have two special addition for January’s stroll!

First, Ogden High School art students will be displaying their Winter Art Show from 6pm to 7:30pm.  The show highlights students from grades 10-12. Please feel free to stop into the Art Gallery and Rotunda on the 1st floor of Ogden High School, located at 2828 Harrison Blvd., to support these budding young artists.

Second, T.O. Smith Elementary Students have created artwork and partnered with Waffle Love at 109 25th Street to show their art in the second floor gallery space.  Every Friday evening in January, Waffle Love will donate 10% of its proceeds to T.O. Smith Elementary, an Ogden United Promise Neighborhood school. Join them for waffles during the kickoff during the First Friday Art Stroll on January 5, or stop by in January on Fridays  from 6:00-10:00 p.m.

 

 

Gallery Happenings—

 

Art Box-

For January’s Art Stroll, Art Box is privileged to feature poet Liz Cala in an exhibit — See the Light — honoring her brother, Brett Cala, on the 10th anniversary of his passing. The exhibit will showcase the beautiful and thought-provoking photography of Brett (adept at capturing intimate moments on his many world travels), accompanied by the equally intimate personal writings of Liz.  This exhibit is one of beauty, light and grace, and also an endeavor to raise awareness for suicide prevention.

Message from Liz:

See the Light

Brett Cala was an exemplary person who dedicated his life exploring, learning and capturing the light of others through his lens.  The photography Brett created not only depicted the essence of his subject, it reflected the light from within himself. 

If then, we are what we see, our individual responsibility within our shared humanity is the empathy we become.

Ignite your bravery, and see the light.

Thank you to Deanna & Judy at Art Box for their compassion and support in presenting this exhibit, to Beehive Company for providing the accompaniments, and to the Utah Chapter of AFSP for fundraising materials.

Below is a link for any support that you would like to contribute other than your lovely presence.

https://afsp.donordrive.com/campaign/See-the-Light

Art Box is located at 215 Historic 25th Street.

 

Bella Muse –

 Bella Muse Gallery will be hosting Ogden resident Nancy Ness for their January Art Stroll.

Bella Muse Gallery, 101 Historic 25th St., Ogden, UT  385-399-7969

 

Color Me Mine –

No information for January

Color Me Mine is located at 188 25th St, Ogden

 

Cuppa-

At Cuppa we will have Marny Lion Proudfit. She will be performing love music and displaying/selling her handmade terrariums.

Cuppa is located at 552 East 25th Street. Visit their website: www.cuppaogden.com

 

The Eccles Community Art—

The Eccles Community Art Center, 2580 Jefferson Avenue Ogden will exhibit works from the Utah Watercolor Society Bi-annual Two Star/Signature exhibit in the Main Gallery and continue the Petite Impressions exhibit in the Carriage House Gallery during January 2018.  A reception for the artists will be held during Ogden's Art Stroll On Friday January 5, 2018 from 5 to 8 p.m.  Exhibit continues through January 27, 2018.

Eccles Community Art Center is located at 2580 Jefferson Ave, Ogden

Gallery 25- The January show will feature art from the guest and member artist’s.  Light refreshments will be provided for the public. Art Stroll runs from 6-9 pm and if the weather permits Wasatch Wild/John Burrows will be entertaining on the Gallery 25 sidewalk .. bundle up .. bring a special date and celebrate 2018 with the purchase of timeless art .. add to your collection of Gallery 25 artists .. EnJoY a great evening with the Artists at Gallery 25.

Gallery 25 is located at 268 25th Street.

 

Gallery at the Station, Union Station-

   Union Station’s Gallery at the Station is exhibiting painter Brent Evans.

Union Station is located at 2501 Wall Ave, Ogden

 

Grounds for Coffee- 25th Street-

No information for January

 

Grounds for Coffee on Harrison & 30th-

Will be featuring the talented Mark Seawell during the January Stroll.

 

Jeffrey Favero Gallery-

Will be featuring Paul Twitchell’s Wildlife Art, Tyler Jensen Artwork and Earthmemo Flower Mandala Art along with Jeffrey Favero’s fine art photography.

Jeffrey Favero Gallery is located at: 3586 Brinker Ave. Ogden Utah.

 

Kaffe Mercantile Downtown location-

 No info for January

Kaffe Mercantile’s downtown location is located at: 2276 Washington Blvd. Suite 101, Ogden Utah

 

Myra Powell Gallery, Union Station-

 The Myra Powell Gallery  will continue displaying the photography of Christina Miller. Christina’s style of photography tends to focus on details and not the big picture. She is obsessed with the unusual, trees, and flowers.

Union Station is located at 2501 Wall Ave, Ogden

 

Nurture the Creative Mind-

No info for January

 

White Space / officeEvolution-

ArsVisualis brings you "Intimate Abstractions", an exhibition FEATURING small #abstractexpressionism works by:

Darrell Roberts from Illinois, Joey Slaughter from Louisiana, Madeleine Wories from Arizona, and Charles Clary from Tennessee.

OPENING RECEPTION:

Friday, Dec. 5, 2018

6 - 9 p.m.

in conjunction with Ogden City Arts' #FirstFridayArtStroll

Exhibition on view M-F 9am - 5pm through January 31.


officeEvolution is located at 221 Historic 25th St. in downtown Ogden.

The exhibition will open with a reception for the artist on Friday, December 1st from 6-9pm, coinciding with Ogden City Arts' First Friday Art Stroll. The reception is free and open to the public.
The exhibition may also be viewed from 9am-5pm M-F through December 30th .

About the presenter:  Ars Visualis, formerly known as Whitespace, is a social enterprise that produces and produces events, programs, and exhibitions for the purpose of developing artist-audience relationships in north central Utah. 

 

Ogden First, Inc’s PANES-

KIKI COQUETTE is a local Performance Artist & the founder of Rebelle Birds Burlesque based in Ogden, Utah. This exhibit, "Beyond the Stage", will be her official debut into the visual arts world. With this exhibit she hopes to showcase her talents in multi disciplines & express the diligence that it takes to create an act. The work speaks both abstractly & literally to the details that may be overlooked in a temporary performance art piece. All while flirting with the politics of process & confronting the conflicts of coming out as an artist.

Beyond the Stage

OPENING RECEPTION:

Friday, Jan. 5, 2017

6 - 9 p.m.

in conjunction with Ogden's #FirstFridayArtStroll

LOCATION:

2444 Washington Blvd.,

Ogden, UT 84401

exhibit runs though Feb. 30

Ogden First is a non-profit corporation established to create and deliver arts programming, in all forms, in the context of adaptive reuse of historic or iconic spaces, to create vibrant venues where artists can create, learn, perform and exhibit, amplified by our city’s architectural legacy.www.ogdenfirst.org

PANES is located at 2444 Washington Blvd.

Pandemonium Gifts & Gallery-

Come ring in the new year with Pandemonium Gifts & Gallery!! Our featured artists are Jesse and Kristin Sanders who will be collectively showing their work as WornFoot. Jesse is an experimental, self-taught artist whose focus is abstract with textured layers. Jesse primarily works with latex and acrylic paints but also experiments with sculptures and digital art. Jesse made Ogden his home after traveling around the country. Kristin is a transplant from Florida who fell in love with canyon country and Ogden. Kristin takes inspiration from Van Gough, Mark Bradford, and Gustav Klimt; she mixes her personal style of layering collage with paint and ink to create remarkable pieces.

Share your New Year’s resolutions with us pick and up that Christmas gift you didn't get!

Pandemonium is located at 155 Historic 25th Street.

 

Shaw Gallery at Weber State University-

Closed for winter break.

Shaw gallery is located at: 3964 Campus Drive, Ogden Utah.

Shepherd Union Art Gallery-

The Shepherd Union will be closed for winter break.

Location:   Shepherd Union Art Gallery near the Fireplace Lounge, 3910 W Campus Dr, Ogden, UT 84408

 

The Egyptian Theater Foundation-

No info for January

 

The Front Climbing Club- The Front Climbing Club (Ogden, UT) will continue hosting local artist Cam Mcleod.

Artist Statement & Invitation from Cam Mcleod:

I am an action sports and adventure lifestyle photographer. I have traveled to the far corners of the world seeking adventure and documenting these experiences. Much of my work is informed by my time growing up in the Midwest running barefoot along the sandy shores of Lake Michigan and now where the snowy slopes of the Wasatch Mountains are my playground. I am nostalgic and appreciate that cameras are tools for me to explore and communicate those emotions. I am driven by my own curiosity. I believe photography to be art and pursue my artistic vision with endless tenacity. In the end I deeply respect the artistic process and understand that as much as I try to define “It”, “It” more profoundly defines me.

The body of work to be presented is a fine art representation of my work over the past 5 years. Each print has been carefully selected, proofed, printed, matted and framed by myself. Each piece is a limited edition fine-art print of archival quality. Great care has been taken every step of the way to provide you with a thoughtful experience.

hors d'oeuvres • drinks • climbing • art • DJ

Note: make sure to fill out a waiver here to save time: https://frontogden.com/visit/sign-the-waiver/

See you there! The Front Climbing Club at 225 20th St.

 

The Local Artisan Collective-

Our featured artists this month is Arina Ashby from Infused Designs:

The Artist… At the age of eight I fell in love with crocheting when I was in the garage and my eyes fell upon some of my mother’s orange yarn. I instantly thought “wouldn’t that look amazing in a rainbow themed afghan!” So began my love of color and putting it to work brightening my life and the lives of those around me. Yes, yarn was my first love, but it certainly was not my only love. Since that first afghan I’ve carried on with beads, wire, puzzles, macramé, and any other medium that seduces my creative soul.

The Designer… As a graduate from the Art Institute with a degree in Graphic Design, I’ve learned to put The Artist to work designing all manner of things. From book covers, business cards, and flyers, to the logo and signs that adorn the Local Artisan’s Collective storefront. My work in design has led me to employment at a calendar design company and designing trade show exhibits as well as making flyers, brochures, and other marketing materials.

The Student… If you can’t tell already, I love to learn. In fact, my personal motto is “learn something new every day.” My love of learning extends beyond the blackboard and lecture halls, it grows inside me every time I pick up a book about yoga, healthy living, art, or astrology. And as I learn about these things I cherish the items that grow from my newfound knowledge and skills.

In closing I’d like to thank you for taking the time to read and learn about me, and I encourage you to learn something new and to teach that thing to someone new so that our children can someday become teachers to the next generation.

Classes:

We will also have a jewelry class happening. Come and make a pair of earrings. All materials and tools will be provided. Taught by Rene Venegas from Galleon's Gold Jewelry. Sign up for this on the website: localartisancollective.com

Demonstrations:

Cody Wilkinson from Cody Wilkinson Designs will be demonstrating how to build a pen after he turn the blanks. He will show how all the mechanics go together to form a pen. He will aslo be holding Q and A after this.

Susan Snyder will paint and talk in her studio space at the store. She is dedicating 2018 to paintings revolving around North American birds that are endangered or threatened due to climate change.

Joe Eilander from The Shark Shack will be wood burning on a log piece or a large pallet board with his Savannah set or one of his most requested birds(owls, eagles, hawks or hummingbirds). We can't wait to see what he decides to do!

FREE Art Activity:

We will have foam snowman for children to decorate and have fun with! Have fun celebrating snow with us!

 

The Collective is located at 2371 Kiesel Ave, Ogden.

 

True North-

No info for January

TRUE NORTH is located at 175 25th Street.

 

Utah Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum-

  The Utah Cowboy And Western Museum will not hold an event during January but the museum will be open.

Utah Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum is located in the Union Station at 2501 Wall Ave, Ogden

 

Wasatch Roasting Company-

  Wasatch Roasting Company is excited to feature the works of our January's artist, Jadriane (Jada) Cranes. Jadriane (Jada) grew up in Livingston, Montana. She studied photography at the Art Institute of Colorado, Denver for two years, and graduated with a Bachelor's in Psychology from Weber State University. She currently works from her home in Eden, full time. Jada's art work is an exploration of color and texture. She likes to explore with acrylic paint and hand-collaged pieces. To see more of her work, look up jadacranes.co, and/or follow on Instagram at @jada_cranes, Facebook @jadacranes. Email at jadacranes.co@gmail.com.

For the stroll, we will serve hot and cold drinks from our full espresso bar and our nitro cold brew taps. We'll also serve hot chocolates, teas, affogatos, nitro-floats, cheese/crackers, and non-coffee beverages.

Outside, in Origin-Alley Art Gallery, we will showcase new artwork from Rich Ramos, Nezak, Jaroh, and other local artists. We will provide outdoor seating in the alley as well as live music during the stroll. 
  
Wasatch Roasting Company is located at 2436 Grant Ave.

 

Weber County Building-

  Will be hosting Paul Crow: On Ice, a photography Exhibition dealing with Global Climate Change by Weber State Department of Visual Art & Design professor Paul Crow.

The month I was born, the first Nimbus satellite was launched, taking images of polar ice as it began its work. From that September in 1964 to September 2012, the ice coverage in the arctic has fallen by half. And the ice is thinner.

Ice sheets are expanses of glacier ice covering surfaces of land and free water greater than 50,000 square kilometers. The only ice sheets now on earth are in Greenland and Antarctica. Antarctica loses a hundred cubic kilometers of ice each year. New icebergs are born of melting glaciers, breaking free into the open ocean. Sea levels rise.Ice is a time capsule, storing bits of creatures, traces of gasses and waters from prior earths. Some of it dead, some of it not quite. In the year that I was born, scientists began tracking the long-term ice record of the Arctic lake Kilpisjärvi at the northwestern tip of Finland, not far from the point where the borders of Sweden, Norway, and Finland meet. Typically frozen for eight months of the year, Lake Kilpisjärvi has frozen an average of 2.3 days later each decade since 1964, and in each of those decades the lake has seen a decrease of an average of 3.4 days of total ice cover.

As the temperature of the earth's atmosphere rises, ancient ice is melting, freeing living cells of million-year-old bacteria once contained in the safety of the freeze, and occasionally coughing up a frozen mammoth.

Albedo, Latin for "whiteness", is a measure of the reflectivity of a surface. For a planet, it is the amount of solar radiation (including light) that is reflected back into space. For millions of years, including the entire period of human evolution, earth's albedo has hovered around 0.39, the result of the reflective balance of forests, open lands, seawater and ice. As we lose ice from the earth's surface, we reflect less light back into space. We become dimmer. We absorb heat, as ice dies into water.

 

Opens 6pm Friday January 5 in concert with Ogden City Arts First Friday Art Stroll, continues through Feb 24.

Main Hallway, Weber County Building... open during regular business hours.

Weber County Building is located at 2380 Washington Blvd.

 

 

*This is a small listing of the many different galleries whom participate in the stroll each month. There is much more to be enjoyed during the stroll. 

Printable map with locations for the Art Stroll