Art walk this Friday! Bob Rhoades, a retired printmaking instructor, will give an intro to lithography at the Grace Hudson museum, which is currently exhibiting a collection of lithographic portraits of Native American ambassadors. A photo display about a young man living with diabetes will be at 304 North State Street. Adele Pruitt and her students will show their work at the library, and Bona Marketplace has the work of two new artists on display. Businesses and galleries participating in the art walk will fly a large red flag outside their establishments, and refreshments can be found at many of them. Here’s the complete list of participating businesses, from the Ukiah Valley Networking Agency.
Alchemy Tea House 328 N State Street Come and enjoy the lovely environment of Ukiah’s new tea house.
Art Center Ukiah 201 S State Street Art Show “Winter Bounty: Treasures of the Sea and Shore” January 6th – January 30th Opening reception. Art Center Ukiah shows artists work with images of treasures of the sea and shore: photographs, paintings, textiles, mosaics and more. Art exhibit through January 30th, 2017.
Arts Council of Mendocino County 309 East Perkins Street
Bona Marketplace 116 W Standley Street Bona Marketplace will be featuring will be featuring Tim Poma and Gini Hoover for the month of January, both artists create vibrant acrylic paintings.
Canova Records 246 N State Street
Corner Gallery 201 S State Street
Country Palette 118 S State Street
Craftsman Estate Jewelry and Pawn 306 N State Street
Enoteca 106 W Church Street is pleased to once again feature the art work of Chat Ko. Enoteca will be offering wine specials for $5.00 per glass.
Feathers Hair Artistry 411 S State Street
Grace Hudson Museum 431 S Main Street The Grace Hudson Museum will be having a special event for First Friday Art Walk in January. Bob Rhoades, retired art and printmaking instructor at the College of the Redwoods, will provide an informal introduction to a variety of printmaking techniques, with an emphasis on lithography. Refreshments will be served. This event is free. The Museum will also be showing its newest exhibit, “The First Ambassadors,” which features 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.
Graces 208 S State Street
Sweet Cheeks 180 W Church Street
TAPS: The Art&Performance Studio 203 S State Street
The 304 304 N State Street Lino Reed chronicled a young man living with Type 1 Diabetes, which will be the featured exhibit in conjunction with the Ukiah Valley Networking Agency: A Successful Guide to Networking event happening at Connect Insurance, Ukiah Massage and Ramos RealtyToppers
Salon 301 N School Street
Ukiah Public Library 105 North Main Street Adele Pruitt: A teacher and her students will be presenting an exhibit of painting at the Ukiah Library
W Real Estate 101 N State Street Come meet our agents, enjoy snacks and refreshments