October 2018 First Friday Art Walk in Ukiah
Art Center Ukiah 201 S School Street Art Center Ukiah hosts Art From the Ashes In October of 2017 our community was ravaged by Wild Fire, Celebrate Community Rebuilding Through Art. Art Center Ukiah is one of five locations featuring art celebrating rebuilding community. Twenty nine artists have created over 64 works of art created from or inspired by the recovery of the Redwood Complex Fire of October 2017. Art Center Ukiah and Ukiah Library will exhibit art work. Opening reception 5pm – 8 pm live music by Marcos Pereda. Refreshments.
W Real Estate 101 N State Street Kahtleen MacGregor will be showing her work at W Real Estate. She has this to say about her work. “I am a painter, photographer, dreamer and healer-activist.” My artwork reflects both the natura lworld and what is percolating up from the collective unconscious of people in the mind-made world.
Ukiah Valley Networking Agency 304 N State Street Meet Andrea of Ukiah Massage and Mo from Maureen Mulheren Independent Insurance Agent outside at Parking Day. Park(ing) Day is an international event, where creative people re-think how we allocate public space. The art fundraiser for the Boys and Girls Club will continue through the month of October!
Mendocino Barkery 207 W Stephenson Street is happy to host Alyssa Jose of Pet Portraits with water color paintings and pet portraits
Museum of Encountered Objects 110 W Clay St Visit the Museum to see the featured one of a kind art pieces
Corner Gallery 201 S State St Corner Gallery is featuring Ellie Taesali who creates paintings, collage, and mixed media intuitively from blank canvas or paper, never knowing where it will take her. “I nurture this method because I have unearthed many happy accidents along the way and this fosters and encourages my progress. I love to evoke emotion, movement and make bold statements.” Eloise Taesali, has this to say about her art. “I am a self-taught artist. In 2007 I started taking online art classes and found the delightful discipline of art journaling and SoulCollage, which has set me on a fearless course. I retired! Finally, I had time to take a few painting classes. I create my paintings, collage, and mixed media intuitively from blank canvas or paper, never knowing where it will take me. I nurture this method because I have unearthed many happy accidents along the way and this fosters and encourages my progress. I love to evoke emotion, movement and make bold statements. I have exhibited various paintings and book art at the Annual Student Art Show at the Mendocino College Art Gallery three years in a row. I also showed at the Painted Chair Affair for the City of Ukiah. My art quilts have traveled the Nation and the staff at “Save Our Stories” project in association with the Quilt Alliance also interviewed me. I am currently a member of the Mendocino County Art Association. I was also part of the Draw till You Drop Fundraiser for this year and intend to participate every year. Currently I have published a second book of poetry, again in collaboration with my sister, Penina Ava Taesali, titled Summons: Love Letters to the People in which my series, Black and White in a Country Divided is featured. The entire series, Black and White in a Country Divided will be shown at The Corner Gallery in the month of October 2018.”
The Corner Gallery will also be featuring Lynn Williams While learning technical aspects of creating a painting, I’ve practiced painting lots of landscapes and trees – especially trees. Someone once said that god knows every tree by name. Painting is a way to recognize and honor these living beings. I’ve been taking painting classes at Mendocino College for about five years, and am excited at how much there is to learn about something I always thought was an inborn ability: You either were an artist, or you weren’t. While learning technical aspects of creating a painting, I’ve practiced painting lots of landscapes and trees – especially trees. Someone once said that god knows every tree by name. Painting is a way to recognize and honor these living beings. Lately I’ve gotten interested in abstract work and artists. It’s challenging and fun to look at familiar landscapes and subjects and open myself to seeing and interpreting them in a different way. I especially like Richard Diebenkorn’s work, and am inspired by his amazing paintings, to try new things.
Bona Marketplace 116 W Standley Street October art walk Bona Marketplace will be featuring Alexis Greenberg a very accomplished Healdsburg photographer that captures the beauty of our area and anywhere she travels.
If you have questions or want more information you can call Mo Mulheren at 707-391-3664, email at
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