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Eccles Community Art Center Inaugural Petite Impressions Competition!

Posted in Announcements, Art Shows, Holidays, Steve Stones, Things Steve Enjoys! with tags , , , , , , on December 2, 2015 by jennifervandyke

Ogden Artist Steve Stones at the Eccles Community Art Center

Okay art lovers! We have a holiday treat for you this year at Eccels Community Art Center! Steve Stones has submitted two petite artworks to be displayed at the Eccles Community Art Center’s Inaugural Petite Impressions Exhibit and Competition. An opening reception where awards will be announced will be held on December 4, 2015 from 5-8pm. Eccles community Art Center is located at 2580 Jefferson Ave, in Ogden.

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Steve Stones at the 2015 Ogden Arts Festival

Posted in Announcements, Art Festival Announcements, Festivals, Things Steve Enjoys! on June 7, 2015 by jennifervandyke

Farrs.bldg Join us for Ogden’s 2015 Annual Arts Festival being held  on June 12 and 13 at the Ogden Municipal Gardens and Amphitheater, located in Downtown Ogden. There will be music, food, dance, and fun along with plenty of amazing art to feast your eyes upon! We look forward to seeing you there.

Steve Stones Exhibit at Green the World

Posted in Announcements, Art Shows, Steve Stones, Things Steve Enjoys! with tags , , , , , , , , , on January 3, 2015 by jennifervandyke

Okay Art fans! Steve has his exhibit at Green the World up for the month of January. For those who haven’t been to Green the World, you should visit to see the reusing concept in practice and enjoy some great artwork. We have also been informed that the First Friday Art Stroll was moved from the January 2 to January 9 due to the holiday; therefore, an opening reception will take place at Green the World‘s new location, 163 Historic 25th Street, on January 9 from 6-9pm.  This will be a great opportunity to enjoy some wine, an hors d’oeuvre, and for Steve to meet with you. We look forward to seeing you there!

Steve Stones exhibit at Sock Monkey’N Around Antiques!

Posted in Announcements, Art Shows, Steve Stones, Things Steve Enjoys! with tags , on November 7, 2014 by jennifervandyke

Steve Stones, boba fett Santa claus

It’s time for First Friday Art Stroll! Steve Stones is exhibiting various holiday works at Sock Monkey‘N Around Antiques, located at 236 Historic 25th Street, beginning on Friday, November 7 from 6-9pm. Come in and see!

Photos of the 2014 Biennial Department of Visual Art & Design Biennial Faculty Exhibition

Posted in Art Shows, Steve Stones, Things Steve Enjoys! with tags , , , , , , , , on September 14, 2014 by jennifervandyke

Martin Lovato Receives the People’s Choice Award at the 2014 Art In Bloom Competition

Posted in Art Shows, Steve Stones, Things Steve Enjoys! on September 4, 2014 by Steve Stones Art
Morton Salt Girl Carrying A Giant Locust  by Steve Stones

Martin Lovato of Jimmy’s Flower Shop receives the People Choice Award. Photo courtesy of Eccles Community Art Center

 

Steve Stones Art would like to congratulate Martin Lovato of Jimmy’s Flower Shop for his People’s Choice Award at the 2014 Art In Bloom Competition which was held at Eccles Community Art Center. It was an amazing floral arrangement and Stones says it was an honor to collaborate with Mr. Lovato using his piece entitled Morton Salt Girl Carrying A Giant Locust.
First place went to Zack Blair , Second place went to Marci Rasmussen of Especially for You, and Third Place went to Lisa Della Lucia, also of Jimmy’s Flower Shop. Congratulations to the winning entries for their impressive work, all pieces were wonderful.

Death Drives Up and Down My Neighborhood In a Convertible

Posted in Products!, Steve Stones, Things Steve Enjoys! with tags , , , , , , , , , on September 1, 2014 by Steve Stones Art

Death drives up and down my neighborhood in a convertible by ogden utah artist steve

Death drives up and down my neighborhood in a convertible is an art piece based upon a dream that Stones had in the early ’90s. Stones says that it’s the one piece that really turned the corner for him when it comes to the type of work that he does.

“Before, I was painting lame landscapes and still life compositions.”

Stones went on to explain how this piece was the light bulb moment that he needed to do something else in his career, and this is the piece that really put him on the path to where he is at now.

“It’s a piece that made me realize that imagination is just as important as the skill of making art.”

Death drives up and down my neighborhood in a convertible by ogden utah artist steve

 

 

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