Ukiah First Friday Art Walk – March 3rd 2017


Alchemy Tea House

Their featured artist is Shepard Fairey, Slade Patrick Darrin will be playing the piano and refreshments will be served

328 N State Street

Art Center Ukiah

presents the Art Clock Fundraiser and Exhibit. Beautiful clocks, whimsical clocks, practical clocks – local artists donate Art Clocks to support the Art Center Ukiah. Exhibit opens Friday, March 3, 5 pm – 8 pm Live music with Yoli Rose, Dori Kramer, Bob Dress. Come by vote for your favorite clock.

201 S State Street

Bona Marketplace

is featuring local global photography by Molly Huddleston and an exquisitely talented painter Evonne Bishop.

116 W Standley Street

Canova Records

will be featuring the art of local talented students from Pomolita Middle School

246 N State Street

Corner Gallery

The Corner Gallery Ukiah is featuring Amanda Reardan a talented teen from Lech Slocinski advanced photography class at Ukiah High School. Also featuring senior artists from Potter Valley High School are gearing up to present their first group show together entitled, “Guertena West: The Horror Lives” a reference to a Horror RPG game. Jasmine Montes de Oca, Kiana Hloucha, Emily Emmitt, and Jocelyn Gonzalez are advanced artists showcasing their various artistic abilities through photography, painting, 3-D mixed media work, and live installation. They will be joined by Potter Valley Art teacher Lauren Hartman to present their most awe-inspiring and haunting work for the show.

201 S State Street


Introduces a new exhibit by Chat Ko – Unshakenly…. Move on. Stop by to enjoy celebration and wine.

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

Grace Hudson Museum

will continue its exhibit, “They Came to Washington: The First Ambassadors,” featuring rare lithographic portraits and fascinating life stories of distinguished Native American leaders who came to Washington, D.C. to negotiate for tribal rights in the early 19th century.

431 S Main Street

Ukiah Massage and Connect Insurance

Catherine Vibert, a commercial portrait and lifestyle photographer based in Ukiah, will be showing work from her ongoing portrait series, Creative People of Mendocino County. Catherine is working with the Arts Council of Mendocino County on a project to create imagery to promote the arts locally and to visitors seeking reasons to visit our county. This is her first showing of this ongoing series.

304 N State Street

Toppers Salon

Come and see our art work and meet our talented stylists.

301  N School Street

Ukiah Public Library

On Friday, March 3rd from 5-7:30 pm, Mendocino County Library, Ukiah Branch is hosting a First Friday Art Walk. Join us for a Narrative Photography Series by local photographer, Ree Slocum.Pamper yourself with DIY bath bombs and face cream, while listening to live music by a San Francisco native due, “All that Bad.” Wander a book sale by the Ukiah Valley Friends of the Library and nibble on pizza from Marino’s Pizza and Ravioli. This event is hosted by The Ukiah Valley Friends of the Library.

105 North Main Street

W Real Estate

Ukiah native, Tim S. Poma, has been throwing paint at canvases in creative ways for over four years now. In the beginning of discovering he enjoyed painting, many said his style was very reminiscent of Jackson Pollock.  From that initial stage of chaotic paint flinging, he continued to focus his energy towards making his creations more recognizable.  Now he recreates abstract versions of reality on canvas with latex paint using nothing more than his hands, a stick or a squeeze bottle full of vibrant colors.

A visit to Poma’s studio would bring you face to face with the artist; barefoot and elbows deep in a can of paint. A combination of finger painting and dripping colors all contribute to his very unique style.

Tim holds visions of peace, tranquility and love for the world despite the stressful and sometimes chaotic circumstances the world finds itself in. His unique style has a way of allowing each of these realities to dance in harmony with one another on the canvas. His paintings are beautifully chaotic; perfectly imperfect. Each mistake is empowered with the opportunity to become something more beautiful. “There are no mistakes,” Poma says.

For the past four years, Tim has hosted a creative art zone and live community mural at the Youth Action Party in Downtown Ukiah.  This experience has brought his studio experience out into the community for kids and adults alike. He has also volunteered his time at South Valley School helping some of the youth create a mural which is now on the front of the school titled “Correcting the ship”.

101 N State Street W Real Estate

Other galleries

Craftsman Estate Jewelry and Pawn, 306  N State Street

TAPS – The Art & Performance Studio, 203 S State Street

The 304, 304 N State St.

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