Monthly Archives: October 2017

Ukiah First Friday Art Walk – October 6th 2017

Please pick up a raffle entry at any of these locations to be entered to win a gift basket from a participating merchant.

GALLERIES:

Corner Gallery
Art Center Ukiah

WOOD, WEAVE & CERAMICS Art Center Ukiah and Corner Gallery celebrate American Craft Week. Opening Reception Friday, music with Midas Well, Chris Gibson and CharJacobs. Refreshments. American Craft Week is a national exhibit of American- made arts and crafts. Art Center Ukiah and the Corner Gallery features local woodworkers, weavers and ceramic artists. Visit www.mendocinocraftweek.com for complete list of communities featured. Artists featured though October 31st

WOOD Artists: Annie Buma, Bill Allen and Nancy Macleod, Kerry Marshall, Pete Passof, John Richards,
Sharon Rothrock, Candida San Lorenzo, Evan Trotter, Jon Wolfard, Gary Walleart.

WEAVINGS: Holly Brackman, Stephanie Hoppe, Christina Marshall, Sheila O’Hara, Ursula Partch, Juanita Joy Riddell.

CERAMIC ARTISTS : Mendocino Inland Ceramic Artist Guild, Heidi Vaughan, Jacob Troeste,
Bernadette Straub, Jim Persky, Heather Law, Doug Kell, Paul Kaplan, Sheila Jenkins, Jerry Irwin, Lauren Holton, Rod Guyer, Doug Browe, Mimi Booth, Juan Alvarez. Exhibit “Reaction” primarily in response to the fall 2016 election.

201 S State Street

Bona Marketplace

featuring a Gini Hoover and have music by Doug Johns

116 W Standley Street

 

Enoteca

will be featuring Textiles from the Folks a private collection gathered from many parts of the world.

The Enoteca Wine Bar is located at 106 West Church Street.

Grace Hudson Museum

will kick off “Mendocino County Celebrates American Craft Week,” with printer Meredith Hudson-Redfield teaching printmaking with easy foam blocks. The event is free with Museum admission. Also, this is the last weekend to catch the exhibit “California’s Wild Edge: The Coast in Poetry, Prints, and History,” closing October 8. This exhibit features the woodblock prints of Marin artist Tom Killion, who captures the coast’s ever-changing moods and diverse formations, along with text and poetry related to the natural and cultural history of the California coast. I am attaching a photo of “Hardy Creek, Mendocino County” by Tom Killion, copyright Tom Killion 2015

431 S Main Street

Grace’s

Pat began studying art in Ukiah after her retirement from nursing in 2006. As a child growing up in Northern Ontario Canada she was introduced to art by her mother who was an oil painter. Later she was influenced by the Canadian Artist Tom Thomson and The Group of Seven, while visiting exhibitions of their work in Toronto. Pat has experimented with several techniques and currently enjoys acrylics and ink. She uses bold colors, simplified forms and glazes to achieve the desired effect in her work.

208 S State Street

Mendocino Barkery

Tom Parkinson says “My abstracts give me a feeling of being free and fluent in time. It’s almost like letting the painting make itself. I start with the canvas, the paint and just paint – I don’t think, I don’t reason, I don’t analyze.” Come to the Barkery’s new location and meet the artist and enjoy refreshments featured by McFadden and Testa

102 West Church

 

 

 

Toppers Salon

Come and see our art work by Gini Hoover and meet our talented stylists.

301  N School Street

Ukiah Massage and Ukiah Valley Networking Agency

Savannah Cader will be displaying her collection of colorful and whimsical sketches. Please join us for refreshments and community fun as you enjoy her beautiful art work.

304 N State Street

Ukiah Photography

Local Photographer Lino Reed will be sharing his latest work from local events and business owners.

304 N State Street

Ukiah Public Library

On Friday, September 1st from 5:00pm to 7:30pm, the Mendocino County Library, Ukiah Branch is hosting Watercolor Resist Techniques: a Hands-on program. Find inspiration while viewing the display of Ukiah Valley Artists’ Coop and have fun playing with easy watercolor resist techniques.

Enjoy live music with Julia and Cliff Landis of Ruby Mountain String Band and yummy eats.

This event is family friendly, free to the public and sponsored by the Ukiah Valley Friends of the Library.

105 North Main Street

W Real Estate

Come to W on the corner of Perkins and State to meet the featured Artist Amanda Shaw and her one of a kind works of art and the W Real Estate team will be there with refreshments.

101 N State Street W Real Estate

For more information please call Maureen Mulheren – 304 N State Street Ukiah CA 7073913664 cell. You can also find the Ukiah First Friday Art Walk on Facebook for the most up to date list of venue openings

Other galleries

Alchemy Tea House, 328 N State Street

Canova Records, 246 N State Street

Craftsman Distillers. 108 W Clay Street

Craftsman Estate Jewelry and Pawn, 306  N State Street

Gratitude Hair Designs, 309 W Perkins Street

 

Namaste Café, 227 N State Street

Paradigm, 312 N School Street

The 304, 304 N State St.

The Parlour, 211 South State Street