Details for WC Center For The Arts




Red Lion Arts
Gallery & Studios, 970.424.5556
Let's combine our creative forces in honor
of the changing sun, and together, turn an
entire room into a magical, bright, neon
filled wonderland!
Please join us Friday, October 4th to
celebrate the passing of Summer into
Autumn, with our Blacklight Paint Party:
Phoenix Rising…
The legendary phoenix is a large, grand
bird, much like an eagle or peacock. It is
brilliantly colored in reds, purples, and
yellows, as it is associated with the rising
sun and fire. Sometimes a nimbus will
surround it, illuminating it in the sky. Its
eyes are blue and shine like sapphires. It
builds its own funeral pyre or nest and
ignites it with a single clap of its wings.
After death it rises gloriously from the ashes and flies away.
There is a thread of esotericism running through all of the legends of the phoenix
linking the thought of east and west, vitalizing the myth, until the truth it embodies
shines forth like a many faceted jewel, a constant reminder that there is no death, but
only endless change and evolution.
Out of the darkness we shall create light!
Free to the public, and all painting materials, food, and drink will be provided by the
gallery. Painting, dancing, and fun is encouraged. We hope to see you there.

The Main Street Gallery
412 Main Street, 242-7666
The public is invited to attend the 1st Friday Art Reception for ”Water, Rocks and
Solitude: The Essence of Western Colorado” on October 4 from 5 to 9 pm. The
exhibit features acrylic landscape paintings by Mary Pat Ettinger, artist and
children’s book writer and illustrator. Her unique style is inspired by western
Colorado landscapes including the Grand Mesa, Black Canyon of the Gunnison, the
San Juan Mountain Range and the Escalante Region. The artist will be available to
discuss her work. Refreshments will be provided.

Home of The Great Frame Up and Kochevar Photography.

The Zesty Moose Marketplace & Wine Bar
449 Colorado Avenue 970-270-6263
Please join us for the 1st Friday During the Downtown Art Festival on October 4th
from 5:00pm. to 8:30pm. The public is invited to attend a Reception and New Art
Exhibit. The Rocky Mountain Collage Society Presents Colorful Bits - a Collection
of Mixed Media Collages, Featuring 17 Local Artists. The collection will be on
display the entire Month of October. Also Showing: Fiber and Watercolor Works by
Artist Jan Rickman. "Western Wear" from The Edge of Colorado by Dean Rickman.
Light Refreshments will be served along with a Cash Wine Bar!

The Art Center
7th Street & Orchard Ave., 243-7337
Join us on Friday, October 4 from 6:30pm to 9:00pm for the opening of three new
exhibitions: Metalworkers, Clay Magic (Grand Junction Clay Arts Guild's annual
exhibition) and Brush & Palette's annual exhibition. All three of these exhibitions
feature local artists. Come help us celebrate the talent in our community and enjoy
music by the CMU Guitar Ensemble! We’ll also have a preview performance of songs
from the upcoming musical Jekyll and Hyde by The Theatre Project, and we’ll be
introducing ART ON TAP, featuring Kannah Creek Brewing Co. Hope to see you all there!

Uncanny Valley Art Gallery
455 Main Street, 260-9961
“Nevermore” an evening celebrating Edgar Allan PoeUncanny valley brings you a night of talking ravens, hiding hearts in floorboards, and
sealing up your enemies in a wall.
Come out and celebrate the works of Edgar Allan Poe with us, including a special
Group Painting Session and Poe readings all night by The Poe Project.
Show starts at 7pm. Free to the public, Group Painting $20. Beer & Wine available
Thanks to our sponsors; CopyCopy, Discontent, Mad Margaret’s, Naughty but Nice,
Plum Creek Winery