Rick is Moab's Plein Air Special Recognition winner. See this work and more from Plein Air Moab at the MARC.
Steve Chamberlain, “LKane Creek Lookout” Watercolor 2015
Steve is this year's Best In Show of Moab's Plein Air competition.
The MARC features plein air art from over 50 local and regional plein air painters as well as 3rd and 4th graders from Moab’s HMK Elementary School. Come see how our landscape is interpreted through art.
Tom Till, Navajo Arch Reflections, Photography
Tom Till spends up to 250 days a year chasing dawn, sunsets, and storm light that graces the canyon country. His images blend magnificent location, singular lighting, and painstaking print craftsmanship into his photographs and truly captures once in a lifetime moments. Visit his gallery here
Bret Edge, Courthouswe Wash, Photograph, 2015
In her macro flower and crystal paintings, Chloe “looks for the unseen patterns and hidden narratives that reveal the magnificence in all things." She makes use of archetypes from the cultural and mystical history that connects all humans and all life forms. At FRAMED IMAGE
Park Avenue Potholes, 2015
Both his abstract and representational work is meant to invoke the same transcendent feeling one may get while exploring the Moab area. On display at MOONFLOWER MARKET
Robin Straub, “The Exuberance of Spring”, Oil 2015
Gallery Moab joins the art walk with a new guest artist, Barbara Churchley, and two featured artists Robin Straub and Phil Wagoner. They are well known in the Moab art Scene for their bold and colorful oil paintings. The gallery will have work by 20 local artists including one new acrylic artist, Shari Michaud.
Bret Edge, “Courthouse Wash and Autumn Cottonwoods”, Photography 2015
Bret’s images hope to inspire others to wander into the wilderness, to go for a road trip to a national park or just sit at the edge of a desert canyon watching a sunset. We live in a big, beautiful world. Come check his work out.
Rosie Boone & Kathy O’Connor, "Zion Waterfall and Leaves at Weeping Rock"
Creative team of sisters Rosie Boone and Kathy O’ Connor collaborate for Triassic’s September Artwalk. Rosie is showcasing her hand felted scarves and hand bound books made from locally spun and dyed materials and up-cycled remnants. Kathy is sharing her hand spun yard and woven goods as well. Come join us for refreshments and one on one time with the artists.