November Art Walk highlights works by local artists
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This painting of Moki Canyon is one of many oil paintings by artist Kelly Krusnoski that will be exhibited during the November Art Walk in Moab. The works of Krusnoski and pastels by J.C. Borders will be on display at Off The Wall Gallery, 225 South 400 East in Moab.
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Locally created art will be highlighted this weekend as Moab’s galleries, shops, and cafés welcome the public to the November Art Walk. This month’s Art Walk will take place Saturday, Nov. 13 from 6 to 9 p.m. at a variety of galleries and venues in downtown Moab and will include an array of works from photography to recycled steel and watercolor to oil and acrylic paintings.

Moonflower Market, 39 East 100 North, will feature Jim Aleff ‘s landscapes and shamanistic “spirits” made from flat and recycled steel as well as found objects. Aleff’s inspiration for his art comes from the geography, texture and petroglyphs of the southwest.

Artist and writer Deborah North’s oil monoprints, watercolors, pastels and photography, as well as visualization bubbles, Reiki-infused cards and matchbox art will be on display at the Moab Coffee Roasters, 90 N. Main St.

The works of Moab artist Serena Supplee will be on display at Back of Beyond Books/Arches Book Company, 83/89 N. Main St. Twenty-five years of living and loving the Colorado Plateau serves as the current of inspiration behind Supplee’s body of work. Her passionate palette explores the magic of moonlight, the transformative force of river currents, and the solace found in the landscape’s expansive embrace.

Featured at the Tom Till Gallery, 61 N. Main St., this month will be Till’s new book, “Canyons of Utah.” Till said he will be happy to personalize the books, which feature Utah’s majestic gorges.

Framed Image, 59 E. Center St., will present “Random Acts of Beauty,” by Moab artist Jonathan Frank. In a new body of abstract work, Frank employs elements of volume, gravity, trajectory, viscosity, velocity, motion, time and space.

At the Overlook Gallery, 83 E. Center St., the works of local painter Chloe Hedden will be on display. The exhibit is the unveiling of Hedden’s latest body of work exploring the patterns, luminescence and movement found in the living forms of flowers and vegetation.

Bruce Hucko will exhibit color and black-and-white photographs of Moab area water forms at the Moab Arts and Recreation Center, 111 East 100 North. Hucko has been using his film and digital cameras to capture area waterways, especially Millcreek, and the resulting images express the flow and form of water over rock.

Off The Wall Gallery, 225 South 400 East, will feature new work from two artists – oils by Kelly Krusnoski and pastels by J.C. Borders.

Finally, Art Walk participants are invited to an open house at The Healing Arts Center. The event is designed to allow area residents to meet the center’s therapists and the opportunity to experience a free 15-minute massage. Paintings by local artist Robin Straub, and landscape photography by Eric Odenthal will be on display at Healing Arts. Straub has been creating plein air, figurative and still life works with a sensual line and vibrant colors for 18 years. Odenthal’s photography includes adventure, landscape, portraits and events. The Healing Arts Center is located at 50 E. Center St. (behind the Moab Information Center).

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