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Cassandria Blackmore Amphitrite" Reverse painted glass, 59.5" x 54.5"
At Friesen Gallery


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Sun Valley Gallery Association
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Summer Gallery Walks
• Friday, July 3,
• Friday, August 7
• Friday, September 4
• Friday, October 9
 
Ketchum 5-8 p.m.


Friesen Gallery
Sun Valley Road at First Avenue, Ketchum • 726-4174
friesen@friesengallery.com • www.friesengallery.com
Seattle location: 1200 Second Ave

Friesen Gallery exhibits contemporary painting, glass, and sculpture by internationally and nationally recognized artists, including Cassandria Blackmore, Jeanne Brennan, Christopher Brown, Ford Crull, Matthew Dennison, Ron Ehrlich, Enrico Embroli, Dennis Evans, Lawrence Fodor, Jeff Fontaine, Gregory Grenon, Reilly Jensen, Steve Jensen, Michael Kessler, Ann Mallory, Nancy Mee, William Morris, Trinh Nguyen, Jenny Pohlman/ Sabrina Knowles, Mark Rediske, James Shay, Catherine Eaton Skinner, Sebastian Spreng, Gretchen Wachs, and Laura Sharp Wilson.
 



Linda Luccero Fraglia, Jemez Storyteller Doll

The Dream Catcher Gallery
200 S. Main, Trail Creek Village, Ketchum
726-1305 • dreamcatchergallery@hotmail.com
www.dreamcatchergallery.com

A collection of fine Native American art and craft work including pottery, fetishes, paintings, traditional and contemporary jewelry, storytellers and ceremonial pieces of museum quality. Hand-carved, custom furniture, books for collectors and children. Member IACA.
 



Brittany Powell, Mucho Más, 2007 (Boise Art Museum), part of The Rural Vernacular.

Sun Valley Center for the Arts
191 Fifth St. E, Ketchum • 314 2nd Avenue S, Hailey
Box 656, Sun Valley, ID 83353 •726.9491 • www.sunvalleycenter.org

The Center brings the arts to our community through exhibitions, concerts, lectures and art classes. This summer’s exhibitions are The Rural Vernacular and Modern Parallels: The Paintings of Mary Henry and Helen Lundeberg. Throughout the summer, art classes for adults, families and kids are offered and 3 outdoor concerts will feature Alex Cuba, Salsa Celtica, and Donavon Frankenreiter and Mishka. Aug. 7-9 over 130 artists come together for the 41st Sun Valley Arts & Crafts Festival.


 


Lynn Toneri Allure of the Green Tomato, watercolor, 40" x 56",

Toneri Hink Galleries
400 Sun Valley Road, Ketchum • 726-5639
14 E. Bullion Street, Hailey • 578-9171

The West is wild, and the art and the artists are wilder, at the Lynn Toneri R.C. Hink Gallery. Noted for her large scale landscapes, Lynn’s images now include dynamic watercolors of native plains and Rocky Mountain animals. R.C.’s flamboyant character stools and animal chairs from the surrounding territories and beyond are stampeding through the Gallery; visual treats for all wild and wildlife lovers.



ZANTMAN ART GALLERIES
360 East Avenue North, Ketchum
726.1037 • www.zantmangalleries.com

Zantmans celebrates its 50th year in business with its main galleries in Carmel and Palm Desert, California. Zantman has become nationally and internationally known by art collectors because of the consistency of high quality and the wide ranging styles in their paintings by prominent artists from around the world. Come see why.