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Kaleidoscope

 First Friday Art Stroll Showings-October 5, 2018

                                                                                          


Items of interest:


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The Corner

, a brand new community hotspot, will be open for the Art Stroll! Stop by to say hello and hear about what they will be offering the community. The Corner is literally located at the South West corner of Washington and 25th Street.  You can pick up your map for the Art Stroll here. 2501 Washington Blvd.


2.    Van Sessions

is at it again with their Fall Season of live musical performances taking place out of the Tan Van. Van Sessions will be in the parking area just East of The Monarch. Stop by and look at Ink Dwell Studio’s latest Migrating Mural installation of the Monarch Butterfly while you listen to the great tunes. 455 25th Street.

Gallery Happenings—


Art Box –

Art Box is excited to feature watercolorist Susan Snyder, M.S. for October’s First Friday Art Stroll. Susan is an Ogden artist, naturalist, and environmental educator who spent a decade teaching at Ogden Nature Center. Snyder holds a master’s degree in Ecological Teaching & Learning. She is also in Utah as an environmental educator. Watercolor is her preferred medium, and her images come from years of illustrated field nature journaling. 

Susan has won state and national awards for her environmental education programs, and has taught nature journaling and art classes for children, adults, and teachers through Ogden Nature Center, Eccles Community Art Center, the Natural History Museum of Utah, and the Utah Society for Environmental Education. Please drop in, meet Susan and see her beautiful work!

Art Box is located at 215 Historic 25th Street.


Bella Muse Gallery - Bella Muse Gallery will be featuring the work of Garth Williams who will attend the stroll. He is a landscape painter that uses palette knife to create his works of art.

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

Cuppa –

No information for October

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

DaVinci Academy of Science and the Arts -

DaVinci Academy will be exhibiting artwork by advanced painting students, Paige Iddings and Aunika Woodbury. Along with ceramic and sculptural work by advanced students, Mason Evenhuis, Gavin Lepore, Alejandro Martinez, Steven Rimmasch, Jacob Robinson, Cache Stegan, Jackson Stull and Derah VanAlfen.

DaVinci Academy of Science and the Arts - 2033 Grant Avenue, Ogden, UT 84401

The Eccles Community Art Center –

As the leaves change color and fall, we begin to think of cooler temperatures. We invite you inside the Eccles Art Center’s main gallery to enjoy the warmth while viewing art quilts, woven or knitted wraps and other items displayed in the Wasatch Fibre Arts competitive exhibition. The Carriage House Gallery will continue the fiber theme with Wearable Art created by Terri Chugg.  The Carriage House Gallery will have the added splash of color provided by Terrece Beesley’s art center students with their watercolor art. At the art stroll, there will be a reception for the artists and public from 5 - 8p.m. Exhibits continue on display through Saturday, October 27, 2018.

The Wasatch Fibre Artists meet at the Eccles Art Center, 2580 Jefferson, and in Ogden on the third Wednesday of the month at 12:30 p.m.  Two years ago, the members of this group approached the art center staff about sponsoring a fiber art competition.  The competition was open to all textile artists residing in the state of Utah.  Original works tasteful and of artistic value, that are not from a kit or copyrighted directions in any textile medium including art quilting, basketry, bead making, crochet, crewel, embroidery, hand woven, needlework, needle felting, knitting, tatting, lace making, soft sculpture and more are likely to be seen, and /or available to purchase.

Dr. Judy Easley, artists and Professor Emeritus of English, at Weber State University will judge the competition. The recipient’s names for first, second, third and honorable mentions are being posted at the reception.

Artist, Terri Chugg began creating wearable art with the use of silk scraps from India to sew decorative scarves.  She began displaying and selling the scarves through the Carriage House Gallery.  She has since added bags and purses with her latest addition to be duster length vests.  “Why not add a little art to your wardrobe.”

Terrece Beesley is a popular watercolor instructor at the Eccles Art Center.  She has assisted numerous students in the exploration of painting with watercolor. Of her students, Terrece says, “My painting students have each developed their own unique style of painting.  I am constantly amazed by their skill and creativity.”

We invite you to visit the Eccles Community Art Center and our galleries.  The art center is located at 2580 Jefferson Avenue, in Ogden. Regular gallery hours are weekdays 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., Saturdays 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.  Admission is complimentary. For information, please contact the center staff at 801-392-6935 or visit the art center’s website at www.ogden4arts.org.

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

Gallery 25 –

Reade Glockner will be the featured artist for October. Reade will be inviting several to share the spotlight during October. He is an abstract artist who has brought a great deal of his energy to Gallery 25, making him the curator for the gallery. The sales are fantastic because of his incredible ability to connect with people coming to the gallery. Refreshments provided as well as entertainment by John Burrows/Wasatch Wild Band.

Gallery 25 is located at 268 25th Street.

                                                                                                                                                                                         

Gallery at the Station, Union Station –

We will feature Entangled from 35-40 artworks from the Utah Surface Design Group. The pieces in this show feature a variety of techniques, such as printing/stamping, stenciling, applying resists, stitching, embellishing, collaging, weaving, etc., that manipulate or change the surface of a fabric.

Union Station is located at 2501 Wall Ave, Ogden                                                                                                                              

Grounds for Coffee - 25th Street –

Grounds for Coffee will have Ryan Gregson displaying his art.

Grounds for Coffee - 111 Historic 25th Street

Grounds for Coffee on Harrison & 30th –

Join us for Open Mic Night on the 1st & 3rd Friday of the month from 8 – 10 p.m. Show your work whether it is poetry, music or spoken word. Grounds for Coffee and KWCR, Weber State University’s school radio station will host the event. For the October art stroll, we will also have Connie Cagle as our featured artist.

Grounds for Coffee - 3005 Harrison Blvd. Ogden, UT


Harley and Bucks –

No information for October

Harley and Bucks is located at 2432 Washington Blvd.


Kaffe Mercantile Downtown location –

No information for October

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


Lucky Slice –

Will be featuring David Carter. David creates works with ink, marker and watercolor illustrations. His works will be up through November 3rd.

Lucky Slice is located 200 25th St, Ogden, UT 84401


Myra Powell Gallery, Union Station –

Closed for October due to repairs.

Union Station is located at 2501 Wall Ave, Ogden.

Nurture the Creative Mind –

No information for October

Nurture the Creative Mind is located at South end of the Union Station - 2501 Wall Ave, Ogden.

Ogden UnCon Cosplay Gallery-

Will be displaying artwork and special effects by Russ Adams.


Ogden UnCon is located at- 2254 Washington Blvd.


Ogden First, Inc.’s PLATFORMS –

Kaleidoscope | A Community Exhibit of Butterflies
A community or group of butterflies is a kaleidoscope...and O1ARTS holds the value of community dear.  As our #migratingmural project has been a major collaborative effort with The Monarch, Weber State, Weber County, The Ogden Nature Center and others, we are delighted to host the most community-centric exhibition at our O1|PLATFORMS site ever! 
Opening at 5:30 p.m. on October 5, in conjunction with Ogden's First Friday Art Stroll, monarch butterfly-related artworks and installations from eight different project teams, featuring more than 100 local students and artists will migrate to PLATFORMS, for all to enjoy in the month of October.

Participants include:
Arts in the Parks - WSU Summer Outreach Program
Local Artisan Collective: Artists involved are Joe Eilander, Hollie McKeeth, Charity Judkins, Cally Rhoades, Al Perry, Mike Hurst, Cody Wilkinson, Michelle Wilkinson, Earl Talbot, Emery Young and Stephanie Howerton
Highmore Charter School's Junior High 
PANDO Art Collective
Ben Lomond High School students
South Ogden Junior High
DaVinci Academy Art Club

This community-inclusive exhibition is made possible with generous support from Summit Institute at Powder Mountain, whose Artist-In-Residency program introduced Ink Dwell artist Jane Kim to the Ogden community over a year ago.  FB event: https://www.facebook.com/events/567804313639814/

PLATFORMS is located on the corner of 25th Street and Adams Ave.


Rainy Day Emporium -

Rainy Day Emporium’s artist for October’s stroll is Ogden native, Megan Encalado.  She is a local artist currently attending Weber State University. Megan’s love for art started at a young age, in recent years she decided to take it further than just a hobby. She enjoys the use of many different mediums to express her artwork, to let her mood decide each piece. Megan hopes to express emotions and thoughts to be intangible in the human psyche.

Rainy Day Emporium is located at 155 Historic 25th Street

RE/MAX Community – Valley-

Closed for the October stroll.

Re/Max Community-Valley - 227 25th Street Ogden, UT


Shaw Gallery at Weber State University -

The Mary Elizabeth Dee Shaw Gallery at Weber State University presents the 2018 Biennial Faculty Exhibition from Friday, September 14 through Saturday, November 10, 2018 in the Ethel Wattis Kimball Visual Arts Building. The exhibition is free and open to the public. The exhibition features recent art by nearly 30 artists teaching in the Department of Visual Art and Design (DOVAD) with concentrations in ceramics, digital media, drawing, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, performance and graphic design.

“Students are often unaware of the most important source of energy that is so evident here in the teaching environment; namely, the intensity and drive that each faculty member brings to his or her own studio practice. This faculty is actively involved in the creation and exhibition of contemporary art, and the Biennial Faculty Exhibition provides a valuable opportunity for students to see just how the ideas discussed in the classroom are manifested in the studios of our faculty,” Matthew Choberka, Professor and Chair of the Department of Visual Art and Design.

The Biennial Faculty Exhibition includes a wide range of media and artistic styles that reflect the breadth of art practices. These faculty members teach over 3500 students and mentor 300 art majors annually, developing art and design professionals with critical thinking skills through educational experiences based in history, theory and practice.

A free yoga class will take place Monday evenings from 5-9p.m. during the Biennial Faculty Exhibition and will offer visitors a unique chance to experience the exhibition by connecting mind, body and art! All ages and abilities are welcome, with yoga mats provided. Parking adjacent to the Kimball Visual Arts center is free after 4 p.m. on weekdays and all day on Saturdays.

Regular hours for the Mary Elizabeth Dee Shaw Gallery are M-F from 11a.m. - 5p.m., Saturdays from 12 - 5p.m., and First Friday Art stroll from 5 - 9p.m. during exhibitions that take place September – April.                                         

Mary Elizabeth Dee Shaw Gallery - 3964 West Campus Drive, Department 2001, Ogden, Utah 84408

Shepherd Union Art Gallery –

Will be open for Art Stroll showing a timeline of the Diversity Conference’s posters throughout the years.

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


The Argo House –

Will continue with Jaxsen Layton: Fluid Cognition, a collection of paintings, drawings, and prints from Mr. Layton, a 2017 graduate of Weber State University. Fluid Cognition will be open Friday, October 5th from 6-8 pm. The exhibition is free and open to the public.

With an emphasis on two-dimensional artwork, Jaxsen uses drawing and painting as a vehicle to display the dichotomy and nuances of life. Biology, organic forms, anatomy, media and subcultures influence him in his life such as skateboard graphics, and music. Artists such as Inka Essenhigh, Ed Templeton, and James Jean, inspire and influence his work as well.

Fluid Cognition is replete with imagined organic shapes, with references to both fantastical creatures and real biologist. Brilliantly colored paintings contrast with monochrome drawings and psychedelic-patterned prints in this varied exhibition. Also varied are the artist’s techniques: hand-drawing/painting and digital manipulation are all used to great effect.

The Argo House – 529 25th Street, Ogden, UT 84401

The Front Climbing Club –

Join us at The Front from 6 – 9 p.m. on the first Friday of every month! As part of the Ogden Art Stroll, we feature a new local artist each month. Enjoy hor d’oeuvres, fresh art, music and a night of fun.

The Front-Climbing Club at 225 20th St.

The Local Artisan Collective -

Welcome to the October Art Stroll. We will be open for the Gallery Stroll on October 5 from 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. Our featured artist this month is Joe Eilander from The Shark Shack.
                                                                                                                                                                                                         
 I am 15 years old. I love animals, drawing, wood burning and all things art. I cannot remember a time when I have not drawn, it is just what I do. I enjoy Zentangle. It is enjoyable, relaxing and you cannot mess it up because it is a doodle.
Animals fascinate me. I love to draw and study them, discover their traits and learn their habits. I would say reptiles and birds are my favorite to draw -- all those scales and feathers.

I sell prints of my drawings. I draw in pencil, then take it to the computer to make it look the way I want it to look, then print them. I find this gives me a lot of freedom as an artist and I still am able to sell my work at an affordable price.

My wood burnings for the most part on reclaimed wood-- pallets, wood siding old logs people are going to throw away. It is all good and I am willing to work with whatever comes my way. I do use some new woods, as people seem to enjoy my wood spoons and boxes. Each piece is an original and handcrafted freehand.
I am starting to teach classes. I love seeing people learn a new art. Most people do not realize how fun this art can be. It is time consuming, as it is a slow art. My large pallet pieces can take 30 hours or more for me to do. I draw an outline in pencil of what I want to create as I have discovered that things move as you fill things in so an outline keeps things in proportion and where you want them. Then I burn the wood just as you would draw with a pen or pencil. It is a lot of fun to see the animals come to life.

I have been selling my artwork for 4 years at local farmers markets and shows. After 2 years, I decided this is what I want to do with my life. I cannot imagine my life without art. So here I am, learning all I can about promoting my business, learning social media and getting to know amazing people.

If you are by the shop when I am in, say, "Hi." I love to show people what I am working on.

This is also our Birthday Party Weekend so check out the amazing things happening!

FREE Demonstrations to watch and learn:
- 4:30 to 6:00 p.m.: Hollie McKeeth from Hollie.McKeeth.Designs - People signing the “Birthday Card” window outside with chalk marker. This will be outside in front of the store.
- 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.: Mike Hurst from Hurst's Hand-blown Glass will be doing glassblowing demos. This will be in classroom A.
- 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. : Ben Lomond High School will be displaying bead spiders and ceramic Jack-o-lanterns
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- 6:30 to 9:00 p.m. : Charity Judkins from Modern Elemental Ergon will be doing Fire It Up Friday with electricity and wood. This will be outside in front of the store.
- 6:30 to 9:00 p.m.: Cally Rhoades from Modern Elemental Ergon will be creating a HUGE painting on canvas. This will be outside in front of the store.
- 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.: Candice Lya Ortiz from Gaia Henna will be doing a large henna demo. This is going to be fabulous so do not miss this! This will be inside the store by the front doors. 

Classes: 
- 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.: Stephanie Howerton from Our Children's Earth will do a make and take a fairy clay house light. This will be in Classroom B.
- 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.: Hollie McKeeth from Hollie.McKeeth. Designs-DIY Hand-lettered Cards $10 Work at your own pace, make a hand-lettered card and envelope that make your friends and family think you spent a ton of time on! Each card will have a grayscale printed design on it that you can color over with various pens and markers. This will be in Classroom B.

The Collective is located at 2371 Kiesel Ave, Ogden.

Wasatch Roasting Company –

Wasatch Roasting Company is excited to feature the works of our October artist, Morgan Thomas. He is an artist and musician from Ogden, Utah. Thomas’s art is an inspiration by the beautiful landscapes of Northern Utah and the serenity surrounded by nature. His main medium is copic pen and paper. He uses shapes and stippling techniques to create patterns that take the eyes on interesting journeys through space and time.

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

Outside, in Origin-Alley Art Gallery, we will display new artwork from Rich Ramos, Nezak, Jaraoh and other local artists. We will provide outdoor seating in the alley as well as live music from Morgan Thomas.

Wasatch Roasting Company is located at 2436 Grant Ave Ogden, Utah.


The Weber Center –

No showing for October

The Weber Center is located at 2380 Washington Blvd. Ogden, Utah


Zucca Underground –

Our October art stroll artist is Ryan Bouman. "Ryan is a local artist who primarily makes his living as a tattoo artist in the local Ogden area. He has been tattooing for 12 years and now is the owner of One Thousand Cranes Tattoo Studio. Ryan has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with a 2Dimensional emphasis from Weber State University, which he received in 2014. Since then his artistic focus has been on the duality of chaos and order, as well as submission and control. Not only the relationship between these concepts but also the grey area were the lines blur and definite positions on these issues are difficult to find. His recent work explores not only traditional tattoo inspired imagery and an interest in eastern philosophies, but also the experience that one being tattooed will engage in while having to fully submit control to another individual. This submission is unique, spiritual, painful and with the right artist, completely rewarding. 

Contact info. for Ryan: Instagram: @ryaneugene1 @onetousandcranestattoostudio

Facebook: Tattoos and Artwork by Ryan Bouman “One Thousand Cranes Tattoo Studio"

Zucca Underground is located at 225 25th Street Ogden, UT   Website: myzucca.com


*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