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.: Featured artist Stevena House, Halloween art.

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

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

Ellensburg Public Library, new, 209 N. Ruby St.: Showing Paper Art by Elaine Bleggi.

Edward Jones, 415 N. Pearl St.: Showing art by Margo Cordner.

Gallery One Visual Arts Center, new, 408 N. Pearl St.: Etsuko Ichikawa — Vitrified, glass, video, video stills. Corky Clairmont — Tar Sand — Chewz, mixed media installation. Christian McGirk — Crossing, sculpture, drawing and painting. TMW Charlton — Auspicious Reflections, painting.

Gard Vintners, 311 N. Pearl St.: Gard will have pictures by David Carrothers with live music from Salg Callahan.

Grapes and Crepes, new, 115. E. Fourth Ave.: Displaying local art.

Kittitas County Historical Museum, new, 114 E. Third Ave.: The museum will be showcasing recently updated exhibits, along with hosting special events for the Ellensburg Film Festival.

Restorations in the Burg, new, 312 N. Pine St.: David Wheeler will be displaying his collection of architectural renderings, drawn with Computer Aided Design. He has recreated historically accurate drawings of most of downtown Ellensburg’s significant buildings, block by block, as they originally were. David also possesses a wealth of knowledge about Ellensburg history to help illuminate his fascinating renderings.

Sarah Spurgeon Gallery, new, Randall Hall, Room 117, CWU: An invitational exhibition featuring posters created by 15 innovative commercial graphic designers and design educators, whose work is nationally and internationally-known. Their various styles provide a broad overview of graphic design as applied to poster art. The Poster Show was curated by David Bieloh, Associate Professor of Graphic Design.

The Mule, new, 119 E. Fourth Ave.: Featuring the music of the Spiced Rye band.

Westernn Culture and Art Center, new, 416 N. Pearl St.: Clymer Museum — For the October First Friday The Clymer Museum is hosting an exculsive Clymer works only show ”30 Years Young” honoring former employee Sally Evans. The show will run from Oct. 4-19.

Ellensburg Rodeo Hall of Fame — Rodeo Wrecks Wall and Craftsman Janneman Pienaar exhibit.

Goodey Gallery — Western Art Associations’ Goodey Gallery is showing artwork of our signature members.

Youth Services of Kittitas County, new, 213 W. Third Ave.: Kittitas launches the new school year’s artwork expressions of its secondary art classes and Life Skills class.

420 Gallery, new, 420 N. Pearl St.: The 420 Loft Art Gallery is proud to exhibit a solo collection of contemporary paintings by local artist Sam Fisher.


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