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:


Catalyst Co-Working, new, 312 N. Pearl St.: For June we will have Stevena House. Her collection is called “Playful — a Joyous Collection of Color and Line.”

Dark Moon Craft Beer, new, 420 N. Pearl St.: Art by Sara Young and music by Angela Soffe Band.

Ellensburg Public Library, new, 209 N. Ruby St.: Photography by Photonuvo.

Edward Jones, 415 N. Pearl St.: Showing work from Jeannie Johnson.

Gallery One Visual Arts Center, new, 408 N. Pearl St.: Main Gallery & Mezzanine: Richard C Elliott — Catching the Light. Eveleth Green Gallery: Spot Artists.

Iron Horse Brewery, new, 412 N. Main St.: Featuring the works of George Dial, watercolors.

Kittitas County Historical Museum, new, 114 E. Third Ave.: For First Friday, our Museum will highlight two displays: The new neon sign display and an update to the rocks and minerals exhibit.

Spurgeon Gallery, new, Randall Hall, Dean Nicholson Boulevard, CWU: 2019 MFA Thesis Exhibition, Jeremy Irvin and Aveline Layne.

Restorations in the Burg, new, 312 N. Pine St.: Drop by and visit with the owners and some of creative contributors at Restorations in the Burg. Let’s talk paint, technic and the process of restoring the appeal.

Western Culture and Art Center, new, 416 N. Pearl St.: Clymer Museum: END-DANGERED! Brenda Wolf exhibits her pastel images of Endangered Species. Posters signed by the art will be for sale and a percentage of the profits will go to the World Wildlife Fund. Also, George Traicheff exhibit is “The West of My Life” featuring paintings and stone photography.

Goodey Gallery / Western Art Association: artwork of our signature members. Featured this month is Key Sooter of St. George, Utah, and Time Reeve That of Brewester and Karen Katland of Cle Elum.

Youth Services of Kittitas County, new, 213 W. Third Ave.: Last change to vie and appreciate Kittitas secondary second and third trimester artists’ works at Youth Services.

420 gallery, new, 420 N. Pearl St.: Local artist and CWU art professor, Jacqueline Trujillo. Her show, “Lapse,” will present processed artworks that explore memory, nature and sense of place.


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