By Jane Warnock
Coordinator, First Friday Art Walk
First Friday Art Walk will be this Friday, September 5th, from 5-8pm. Stroll Old Town as well as 1st, 2nd Streets. Plan to stay for dinner at one of the delicious restaurants on both the west and east side of Old Town
Eastside Old Town
Gallows Frames & Art, 150 S. 4th, will be featuring photographs by Peter Vincent.
Historic Warehouse District
The Museum of Clean Gallery, 711 S.2nd, will host watercolor artist Deanna McConnell.
Portneuf Valley Brewing, 615 S. 1st, to host their very own Jade Nelson, paintings and a hula hoop mural Music by Jackson, WY’s Miller Sisters playing banjo, mandolin, guitar and singing original musc.
Westside Old Town
The Shady Lady, at 655 N. Arthur, applauds the 2014 Pocatello Baseball season by showing classic baseball art by Ron Lewis.
Enchantments, 537 N. Main, Experience guided meditation and the soothing sound of quartz crystal singing bowls with Daphne Larsen of Lotus Essence Healing Touch. Daphne will share soothing vocals accompanied by the enchanting sounds of the quartz crystal singing bowls. 6 – 6:30 pm during Art Walk.
Pocatello Co-op, 515 N. Main, Joanna Jenks whose art work includes both drawing and painting, referencing found photographs and biological abstractions.
Muse Boutique Salon and Spa, 501 N, Main Street. Showcasing Fresh Fall Fashions, with live window mannequins between 5:30 and 7:30, a fashion show at 6:30 and 7 pm and t-room modeling from 5 to 8pm. Hair and Make Up by in house salon design team. Refreshments will be served.
Pocatello Art Center, 444 N. Main, is featuring “Creative Visions” in the Gallery.
Austin Keller will be playing guitar and a reception will be on location.
American Family Insurance, 427 N. Main, will be showing work by Augusta Scheetz.
Old Town Pocatello Pavilion, N. Main to host Debbie Brooks and her son, Jordan Brooks, for their book signing party. The mother-son team has written and illustrated a light, humorous book entitled Tails of Three Dogs, which will be available for purchase.
the elwen cottage, 334 N. Main, to host Steve Hagen of Amazing Pens, crafted with exotic woods and acrylics. Steve will demonstrate how he makes his pens.
Trinity Episcopal Church, at the corner of Arthur and Lander, as part of their 125th Anniversary Celebration, will feature historical pictures of the church throughout its history in Pocatello. John Scott and Anne LoPiccalo selected the photographs from Trinity’s archives and McKenna Ritcheson arranged them into displays. Refreshments will be served.
Great Harvest Bread Co., 250 N. Main, will host Taylor Rocks, Kevin Taylor and his lapidary and silversmithing.
Old Town Mercantile and Antiques, 134 N. Main, to celebrate their 3rd Anniversary year by featuring watercolor painter Chellee Lowder.
Cynthia Louise Boutique, 123 N. Main, is celebrating their 5th year and a grand reopening at their new location. Book signing by Marilynn J. Harris, her book Enigma Winds takes place in Southeast Idaho. Music by Derek L Schaible Classical and Jazz Trio.
Studio 118, 118 N. Main, will be showing work by local metalsmiths.
Larraine’s at The Paris, 100 N. Main, to host a group show by regional artists.
Gate City Fine Art Gallery 315 W. Center, will show the work of Marilyn Hansen.
The Paper Doll Boutique, 150 S. Main, to host Bart Richardson, featuring his recycled copper garden artwork. Refreshments will be provided.
DeckadencE- Board Shoppe for Bored People, 326 W. Center St. will be featuring artist Brent Bee doing a life size Graffiti Art installation.
Mind Your Own Beadness, 103 S. Main, to host local artists and musicians.
Blossoms and Beans, 150 S. Main, to celebrate their last Art Walk. Come say goodbye and enjoy a taste of their delicious tea.
The Orange and Black Store, 123 S. Main,is happy to have fiber artist Lanita Brixley who creates Japanese Amigurumis. Refreshments will be provided.
Pocatello Running Company, 200 S. Main, to host painter Torfesen Murdock – Sky Trails, The Creation, The Dolomites. Special guest Blue Feather Healing Arts, Nichelle Scoggin-Labrum. Yoga for Runners – information and demonstration. Refreshments will be provided.
Mind Your Body, 234 S. Main, will host the ISU Craft Shop with leadership from Mary Miller. Music by Pat Robinson from Sun Valley. Rhueda at 8pm. Join free dance lessons.
The Elks Club, S. Main, will feature the local band Best by Yesterday, from 6:30 – 9:00 pm