The First Friday Art Walk runs from 5-7 p.m. in downtown Ellensburg and at the Sarah Spurgeon Gallery at Central Washington University. Here’s a look at what’s showing:


Cornerstone Pie, 307 E. Fifth Ave.: Theo Denner’s Rock and Roll prints through the ages.

D&M, 323 N. Pearl St.: Showcasing local works of art.

Edward Jones, 415 N. Pearl St.: Showing art by local artists.

Gallery One Visual Arts Center, new, 408 N. Pearl St.: Main Gallery: Gallery One Annual Holiday Show. Hallway Gallery: Oh Deer! Community embellished paper mache deer heads. Eveleth Green Gallery: Evergreen, Resident Artists Holiday Exhibit

Gard Vintners, new, 311 N. Pearl St.: New photographs by Andy Bayne and Aaron Hadaller. Twenty percent of the proceeds will be donated to the “Behind the Badge Foundation.” Live music featuring Rusty Cage.

Kittitas County Historical Museum, new, 114 E. Third Ave.: Remembering Mary Louise Webster. This exhibit focuses on the life, military service, and family of Mary Louise Webster, including the many items recently donated by the Webster Family. During World War II, Mary served in the Women Air Force Service Pilot (WASP) program and died on a routine mission on Dec. 9, 1944, the last casualty of the program and the only woman from Kittitas County killed in the line of service. This exhibit also takes a look at the Webster Family and the WASP program overall, and is a permanent addition to the military room. The December First Friday also commemorates the 75th anniversary of Mary’s passing and many Webster family members will be in attendance. The museum will also be highlighting new neon signs – the Button’s sign and a Pontiac auto sign.

Western Culture and Art Center, 416 N. Pearl St.: Valley Voices will be singing and we will have hot chocolate with all the trimmings. Ellensburg Rodeo Hall of Fame at the WCAC has a new historic poster display and a large photo of Peggy Minor Hunt local trick rider in the 1930s alongside Monty Montana.

Youth Services of Kittitas County, new, 213 W. Third Ave.: Featuring artwork by Morgan Middle School students. Special art event: Learn to capture the unique colors of a sunrise and sunset painting beautiful Kittitas skies on bookmarks. All materials provided and all ages welcome no matter the artistic experience.

420 Gallery, new, 420 N. Pearl St.: The 420 LOFT Art Gallery proudly presents Gifted: a collection of work by well-known local artists, with pieces priced at $100 or less. See it, love it, share it.


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