Tag Archives: Gallery Stroll

THE MISTER MARROW CUSTOM SKULL SHOW ~ You are Invited!

THE MISTER MARROW CUSTOM SKULL SHOW RECEPTION

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19 • 6 – 9 PM
Hosted by Obake Style & Sugar Skull Designs

Exhibit Dates
October 2 ~ November 4, 2018

URBAN ARTS GALLERY
Shadow Realms Show

116 South Rio Grande Street
Salt Lake City, UT 84101

Pictured Skull by Magen Mitchell.

Obake Style and Sugar Skull Designs invite you to the Salt Lake Gallery Stroll reception of the Mr. Marrow Custom Skull Show on Friday, October 19th.

Two local toymakers, Josh and Michael Baldi of Sugar Skull Designs, have created a line of articulated plastic skulls. Local artists, including SLCC VAD alumni Magen Mitchell of Obake Style, and Derek & Brighton Ballard of Neuer Geist, have customized these Mr. Marrow toys and their pieces will be on display at the Urban Arts Gallery from October 2nd through November 4th and run in conjunction with their Shadow Realms gallery show.

Pictured Skull by Derek & Brighton Ballard of Neuer Geist.

Come see all the fun interpretations of Mr. Marrow on the 19th and stay to hang out and chat with local artists! 💀🎨

 
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SKETCHBOOKS RULE!

ART before the ART: A Sketchbook Exhibition

Miri Art Before Art

Miri Gallery / Salt Lake Gallery Stroll
3605 South West Temple, Suite C / SLC, UT
Friday, July 15, 2016 / 6 – 9 PM

From Miri Gallery:

“Miri is thrilled to be part of the Salt Lake Gallery Stroll starting in July! Our first Gallery Stroll Exhibit will be ‘ART before the ART: A Sketchbook Exhibition’ which will feature sketchbooks and sketches from a variety of artists.

Come get some refreshments, mingle with artists, and see all types of sketch formats. Art will also be available for purchase.”

Some of the artists:

Keith Beard – Curator of Miri Gallery / SLCC VAD Alumnus
Eric Birkin
Oliver Chipping
Holly Cobb
Tommy Costello
Scott Gwynn
David Habben
Phillip Q Hudson
Magen Mitchell – SLCC VAD Alumnus
Matt Page – SLCC VAD Alumnus
Nathanael Read
Eden Sanders
Cheryl Sandoval

For more information:
http://www.mirigallery.com/

SKETCH CABARET!

Gallery Stroll After Party

Rebel

Metro Bar / After the Salt Lake Gallery Stroll
615 West 100 South / SLC, UT
Friday, July 15, 2016 / 9 PM – 2 AM

$15 General Admission // Artist
$10 Student (w/school ID)

Pre-Sale tickets available 24 hrs until event
Limited discount tickets available $10

SLCC VAD alumnus Alana McDonald is among those showing drawings!

From Rebel Circus:

Sketch Cabaret events are welcoming to all age groups (21+) and backgrounds – come as you are and dress up as you wish – we celebrate your individuality!

• Performance • Visual Art • SERIOUS Sound • Live Entertainment • Dance Floor • Installation • Eccentric SLC • 21+ • Full Bar • Open to the Public

Sketch Cabaret events are transformational; welcome change and authentic experience. Every SC show is different • Come as you are.

Bring your art supplies! There will be live costumed models to paint and draw all evening.

For more information and ticket purchase:
https://sketchcabaret.ticketleap.com/rebel/

GATHERING: A SALTY HORROR ART SHOW

Now through November 1st

Salty-Horror-Show

URBAN ARTS GALLERY

The Gateway
This October, Urban Arts Gallery presents “A Salty Horror Art Show.” Guest curated by local filmmaker and Salty Horror Film Festival founder Mario De Angelis, this exhibit features works by Vanessa Colunga, Mary Ann Hess, Mario DeAngelis, Armando Mata, Patric Bates, Elmer Presslee, Tim Odland, Taylor Maguire, Bacee, Hillary Livingston, Brandon Hobbs, Matt Page, Jaron Kent Hermansen, Cevin Cox & Niki Cox.

Join us for an artist reception Friday, October 16th from 6 – 9 PM during Gallery Stroll.
http://utaharts.org/Locations/Urban-Arts-Gallery

GATHERING: God Hates Robots!

God Hates Robots mission copyGallery Stroll / Friday, September 18th
God Hates Robots
314 West 300 South #250 / SLC, UT 84101
(801) 596-3370

“God Hates Robots became reality in 2015 after countless thoughts, efforts, hopes and plans had either fallen through or were pushed back for other priorities. Our world is temporary and this effort to create something positive, inherently local and somewhat left-field is now very important.

God Hates Robots is an effort to promote art and sell artwork. This effort is not unique to the concept of a gallery. Our approach, however, differentiates us from our peers.”

To read more about God Hates Robots:
http://www.godhatesrobots.com

From Gallery Stroll:

“Join us on the 3rd Friday of each month (except in December when it’s on the 1st Friday).

Galleries across Salt Lake are open for the public to meet artists and browse the exciting and thriving visual arts market in Salt Lake City. In May we facilitate Gallery Roll as a part of National Bike Month. The event, as always, is free. Some sponsors offer special discounts and rates for those who participate in Gallery Stroll.”

God Hates Robots is part of the Gallery Stroll.

For more information on the Gallery stroll:
http://www.gallerystroll.org