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Visual Feast Gallery HEARTS the month of October! Fun and excitement abound town and we enjoy being a part of every bit of it!

The Museum of Moab hosts a Masquerade Ball that takes place at the M.A.R.C Saturday October 22nd Artist from Visual Feast Gallery, as well as many others are thrilled to donate amazingly crafted masks to be silent auctioned off during this magical event. All proceeds from the silent auction are awarded to the Experiential Education Centers (EEC) program, serving hundreds of students in and around the Moab Valley.

There are bikers galore and in celebration of this, Visual Feast Gallery is throwing it firs2t annual BIKE THEMED SCULPTURE SLAM, October 26-29. Artists of all levels are invited to bring materials and complete a 3-demensional ”bike themed” sculpture from start to finish between the hours of 8am-6pm on Wednesday October 26th with food, music and beverages to follow. Viewers are then encouraged to come down to Visual Feast Gallery and place your vote on which sculpture you think should win as well as purchase a raffle ticket to win an original, masterfully created, found object, bike art by VFG’s member Lawrence Adkinson! Winners will be announced Saturday at 5:30 during the awards ceremony for the 6th annual Moab Ho-Down Mountain Bike Festival, located at the Chile Pepper Bike Shop!

What’s more in October is the Art of Visual Feast Gallery’s proprietor Chrissy Noel Kinslow (that’s me). On the menu will be my specialty, textural high relief mixed media paintings in a variety of sizes, served with your choice of sculpture, drawings, or affordable prints. The question what will you be when you grow up was never difficult for me to answer, I was born to create and motivate others with the gift of inspiration and imagination. I am inclined to expose myself by introspection of where I am in my existence as well as affection for exploration of materials and media. The colors, shapes, patterns, & textures all emerge from my feeling, moods, dreams, & passions. The light bulb that goes off in my head which ignites my hands into action is directly related to my environment both internally and externally. My curiosity and desire for challenges enables me to utilize items and media in an unorthodox manner, at times leading to happy accidents. Come check me out during the Moab Art Walk Saturday October 8th starting at 5:00 and dine upon a buffet of edibles, audio and art!

Visual Feast Gallery now represents 10 exceptionally gifted artists: Luke Howarth who is Novembers featured artist serves up nonrepresentational enamel panels in a full range of colors, Diane Trevett satisfies with tasty living abstraction oil paintings inspired by her environment, Lawrence Adkinson specializes in found object kinetic sculptures, Yrma van der Steenstraeten creates oil paintings and funky jewelry, Chris Haven whimsically whips up quirky graffiti, Karen Mandery will tickle your creative bone with her found object treasure shrines , Jonathon Hagman uses mixed media with a taste of clay to produce sculptures, Meghan Mulcahy’s latest is shadow cast window frame mixed media paintings, and Annelisa Ochoa’s feet and hand illustrations are exquisite.

Visual Feast Gallery offers many other services such as artist advising, group and individual classes, contests and call to artist shows, as well as much more to come as the gallery grows. For more information go to or stop by Visual Feast Gallery at 88 east Center Street (located in the alley of the Center Street Square), gorge and have all your senses fulfilled. Falls hours 11-8 Wednesday -Sunday.
Bon appétit!
The Bighorn Gallery at Dead Horse Point State Park

The Bighorn Gallery at Dead Horse Point State Park is exhibiting images by Moab photographer Tom Till.‘Breathtaking-The Vistas of Dead Horse Point and the Moab Area’ is a collection of images currently on display.

Recognized as one of America’s most published photographers, almost 200,000 of Tom Till’s images have appeared in print since 1977. Originally known for his large format camera, he now uses a 35 mm Canon digital camera. His images are featured in numerous magazines and conservation publications, and he is the sole photographer for over 30 books. He has earned several awards for his photography.

Till has traveled across the United States and to nearly sixty countries worldwide photographing landscape, nature, history and travel subjects. Till considers Dead Horse Point up there with the world’s wonders, having visited most of them on his travels. He has visited the park more than 150 times, capturing images in rain, snow and sun. Till feels lucky to spend his life photographing the world’s most beautiful places. He is most excited to share his experiences through photography with the ‘things everyone else passes by.’ Till is a longtime resident of Moab and opened the Tom Till Gallery downtown in 1998.
Till has compiled a new Dead Horse Point portfolio especially for the exhibit. During the art exhibit, each image is available for purchase, as are Till’s prints and his new book, Canyons of Utah.
For more information about the artist, visit


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