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First Friday Art Walk February

February 2, 2017 GMT

The Art Walk runs from 5-7 p.m. Friday throughout downtown Ellensburg and at CWU.

n Catalyst Co-Working, new, 312 N. Pearl St.: Exhibiting the work of local artist Samantha Birks Fisher. Wine and snacks will be provided.

n Clymer Museum, new, 416 N. Pearl St.: Showing “Under Western Skies” featuring Alan McNiel and John Warner, with artist Alan McNiel attending. Also featuring Kick Off NEA Big Read Tim O’Brien’s “The Things They Carried.” Music provided by Kastle Music Studios and Bruvus Levain, wine from Springboard Winery and food from Curbside on 5th. Special art demonstration “Little Art on the Prairie” by Thomasa Tate — Japanese Animae.

n Cornerstone Pie, new, 307 E. Fifth Ave.: Featuring new works from artist Theo Denner.

n D&M Coffee Downtown, new, 301 N. Pine St.: Works of Art by the Tuesday Afternoon Artists.

n Ellensburg Public Library, new, 209 N. Ruby St.: Showing photos by artist Ted Dobyns.

n Evolve Clothing and Jewelry, new, 415 N. Pine St.: Showing artwork by Michele Colyn of Seattle. She will be featuring paintings and drawings as well as matchbox art.

n Gallery One Visual Arts Center, new, 408 N. Pearl St.: Cynthia Krieble — Landscapes from the East and West: A Retrospective (painting). Gallery One annual members’ exhibit (various mediums).

n Gard Vintners, 311 N. Pearl St.: Showing the acrylic paintings of local artist Julie Khyler.

n Goodey Gallery, Western Art Association, 309 N. Pearl St.: “Artists in Action” featuring local artists oil painter, Naomi Gray, and pastel artist, Edna Bjorge. Both artists will be painting during Art Walk and throughout the month. Also showing works by deceased artist Peggy Gray. Refreshments served.

n Grapes and Crepes, new, 115 E. Fourth Ave.: Showing the works of Becky Hollenbeck.

n Iron Horse Brewery, new, 412 N. Main St.: Exhibiting Artful Travel, photography by Lynn E. Harrison.

n Kittitas County Historical Museum, new, 114 E. Third Ave.: “A Cowboy’s Life: The Story of Ben Snipes” exhibit which chronicles the “Cattle King” through his entire life.

n Sageland Properties, new, Pine Street: Pieces by Robin Mayberry, who does unique and special pieces, including encaustic art and quilted wall hangings.

n Sarah Spurgeon Gallery, new, CWU: Nathan DiPietro: “The Space Between Two Points,” landscape painting and a virtual reality experience

n The Porch, new, 608 N. Main St.: New works of art from Austin Smith and Mark Berry.

n Youth Services of Kittitas County, new, 213 W. Third Ave.: Featuring art by Morgan Middle school students.