November Art Walk showcases variety, style of local, regional artists
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The Western Image will feature lanscapes by Page Holland.
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Moab’s art galleries will showcase the talents of local and regional artists during this weekend’s November Art Walk. The event will be held Nov. 14 from 6 to 9 p.m. at a variety of area venues.

Local and regional artists will be on hand to discuss their art at participating galleries and a wide variety of art, including oil paintings, ceramics, photography, and handcrafted jewelry, will be on display.

The Overlook “Unframed Show,” a multi-media, multi- artist showing of small unframed works including paintings, drawings and hand-pulled prints, will be on exhibit in the gallery during this month’s Art Walk. The Overlook Gallery is located at 83 East Center Street.

At the WabiSabi Thriftique, 411 Locust Lane, wearable art designed by local artists using items found at WabiSabi’s thrift stores and other recycled materials, will be on exhibit. The collection of wearable art will include outfits from previous WabiSabi fashion shows and some sneak previews of upcoming designs.

The Framed Image Fine Art Gallery, 59 East Center, will present paintings by Jonathan Frank. An award winning member of the National Watercolor Society, Frank will exhibit his “high definition” watercolor and ink landscapes.

Cat’s Lair Collection Art Gallery will feature the photography of Mike Coronella. The event will also be part of a fund-raising effort to help Mike Coronella pay medical bills after his recent heart attack. Cat’s Lair is located in the Eddie McStiffs Plaza at 59 South Main, No. 3.

Works by Page Holland and Nichole Taylor will be on display at The Western Image, 16 West 100 North, second floor. Holland’s recent focus is landscapes inspired by recent sojourns in area canyons. Taylor’s work will feature pastel paintings of wildlife and ranch scenes.

Throughout November, the Moab Arts and Recreation Center (MARC), 111 East 100 North, will exhibit works by students from Red Rock Elementary and Moab Charter School. The art is the result of art coach Bruce Hucko’s work at both schools this past year.

Works by Hayley Knouff, a 17-year-old Moab artist, will be on display at the Moonflower Market, 39 East 100 North.

For more information, visit the Art Walk website at www.moabartwalk.com.

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