Ukiah First Friday Art Walk – December 1st 2017

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


Corner Gallery

Craig Maize Photography
Craig began using a camera for it’s obvious function – to take photographs.
The more photos he took the more immersed in photography he became. He sought out knowledge in any form that he could find. A practice that still continues today. If his photos have a mission, it is this: to capture the memories of today that you will treasure tomorrow and for the years to come, and present them in a different and interesting way. It may be a vivid sunset, a striking landscape, a beautiful piece of art or a musician expressing his emotion through his instrument. Whatever the subject, it is my hope that these images will stir up unexpected memories and feelings in the viewer. Craig Maize is a photographer specializing in many different forms of photography from portraits to sports to landscapes to real estate and
more. He got his start in photography by taking photos of his friends who were playing in local bands. After booking his first portrait photo shoot he decided to take his hobby to the next level and started Craig Maize Photography. He is dedicated to becoming the best photographer that he can be, spending countless hours learning his trade. His work can be viewed on FaceBook at Craig Maize Photography and on Instagram at cmaizephoto. He can be contacted by phone at 707-367-2006 or by email at<>.

The Corner Gallery will also be hosting Ellen Boulanger, of her show she has this to say: The paintings in this show are diverse and include plein air works as well as those from photos and my imagination. Creativity is my source of of spirituality, a kind of mediation, a way to shut the hasty world outside and enter into a state of complete utter absorption. I paint to bring my love of color and brush stroke to those who enjoy the music it conveys. After a career working with computers, I turned to art. Basically I’m a self taught oil painter, although I have taken a number of painting classes and attended plein air workshops from Bay Area artists. Over the years, I’ve gained a few ribbons from shows I’ve entered and have shown and sold my work in galleries throughout Sonoma, Mendocino and Marin Counties.

201 S State Street

Art Center Ukiah

is hosting a fine art drawing to benefit the Disaster Relief Fund of the Community Foundation. Come buy a ticket, or many tickets, for your favorite of fourteen one-of-a-kind works created by local artists. Tickets are $10 each or 6 for $50. Contributions over $200 are tax deductible. The drawing ends at 6:00 on Saturday, December 2, when the winners of each piece will be selected.

Every dollar earned will stay here to help our friends and neighbors.

201 S State Street

Arts Council of Mendocino County

will be hosting a newly formed artist group Deep Valley Artist Collective

309 East Perkins Street

Bona Marketplace

Willow LaLand- Yielding and having palm readings by Knox Gillespie

116 W Standley Street

Grace Hudson Museum

December First Friday at Grace Hudson: The Museum will be open from 5 to 8 p.m. and will be hosting its annual Holiday Open House. A variety of vendors will provide a pleasant experience for visitors to shop for local art, crafts, specialty foods, and holiday wreaths, and to enjoy the ever-popular Museum White Elephant sale, plus receive a 15 percent discount in the Museum Gift Shop. In addition, the Museum’s current exhibit will be on display: “Mastering the Molten: Mendocino County Art Glass,” featuring amazing contemporary art glass from ten master craftspeople who live throughout Mendocino County.

431 S Main Street


Jeanne Kennedy presents Tex”tile” Art – hand dyed organic cotton art

208 S State Street

Ukiah Massage and Ukiah Valley Networking Agency

Six year old Emma Reed has combined her passion for art, animals and helping others into a spectacular art display. All of the proceeds raised by the sale of her art will be donated to the Humane Society of Inland Mendocino County.

304 N State Street

Ukiah Public Library

December 1st from 5:00pm to 7:30pm, the Mendocino County Library, Ukiah Branch is hosting Block Print Holiday Cards: a Hands-on program.

Celebrate the holiday season by creating your own block print cards and gift tags. Also enjoy live music with piano and vocal duo MaJide!, tasty refreshments, and the monthly used book sale.

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

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

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

Gratitude Hair Designs, 309 W Perkins Street

Mendocino Barkery, 102 West Church

Namaste Café, 227 N State Street

Paradigm, 312 N School Street

The 304, 304 N State St.

The Parlour, 211 South State Street

Toppers Salon, 301  N School Street

Ukiah Photography, 304 N State Street

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