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Will Steve Stones be participating in the 2012 “Secret! Art Show” at the Union Station? Shhhhh, it’s a secret!

Posted in Announcements, Art Shows, Steve Stones, Things Steve Enjoys! with tags , , , , , , , , , on September 11, 2012 by Steve Stones Art
English: Union Station in Ogden, Utah.

The Secret! Art Show is a fundraising event to benefit Ogden Union Station and Gallery. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

For us art buffs, the Secret! Art Show is kind of like the popular brainiac game show, Jeopardy! Except the Secret! Art Show involves the need for knowledge in only one category; local artists. Unlike Jeopardy!, the Secret! Art Show is a fundraising auction, the proceeds go to support Ogden’s Union Station & Gallery and the cost is just $10 to compete. Additionally, this  awesome activity will have fabulous food as well as sensational shopping.

Will Steve Stones be participating in the 2012 Secret! Art Show? That’s a secret! But, you can find out by showing your support for the Ogden Union Station and the arts by coming to the Secret! Art Show, at Ogden Union Station (2501 Wall Avenue) on Saturday, September 29 from 5:30p.m.- 9:30p.m. in the Grand Lobby. We’ll see you there!

Photos at the 2012 Biennial Weber State University Art Faculty Exhibit

Posted in Announcements, Steve Stones, Things Steve Enjoys! with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 8, 2012 by Steve Stones Art

A great time was had by all who attended  the opening of the 2012 Biennial Weber State University Art Faculty Exhibit. If you missed the opening on Friday night, you can still see the FREE ART SHOW until November 23, 2012,  in the  Mary Elizabeth Dee Shaw Gallery, which is located in the Kimball Visual Arts Center at Weber State University.

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The opening if the 2012 Biennial Weber State University Art Faculty Exhibit had a great turn-out of admirers, who enjoyed feasting upon hors d’oeuvres while indulging their eyes with an amazing display of various art styles.

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This interesting display you’ll just have to see at the 2012 Biennial Weber State University Art Faculty Exhibit person in order to fully appreciate. (Created by Mark Koven.)

The work of current chairman of the Weber State University Visual Arts Department, Matthew Choberka, commanded the attention of patrons as they entered the 2012 Biennial Weber State University Art Faculty Exhibit.

Steve Stones Participates in art at the 2012 Biennial Weber State University Art Faculty Exhibit

Steve Stones participates with great interest as he admires one of his colleague’s work at the 2012 Biennial Weber State University Art Faculty Exhibit.

Steve Stones participates with great interest as he admires one of his colleague's work at the 2012 Biennial Weber State University Art Faculty Exhibit.

A reflective redirection of light fascinated patrons and can be appreciated at the 2012 Biennial Weber State University Art Faculty Exhibit. (Created by Jason Manley.)

2012 Biennial Weber State University Art Faculty Exhibit

Cherry pie and art? Sounds great! I LOVE these pieces at the 2012 Biennial Weber State University Art Faculty Exhibit! (Created by Emily King.)

2012 Biennial Weber State University Art Faculty Exhibit, Kay

A non conventional sculpture created rainbows and generated curiosity at the 2012 Biennial Weber State University Art Faculty Exhibit. Created by Kathleen Stevenson.

Ogden, Utah artist Steve Stones, stands in front of his works at the 2012 Biennial Weber State University Art Faculty Exhibit.

Ogden, Utah artist Steve Stones, stands in front of his works at the 2012 Biennial Weber State University Art Faculty Exhibit.

eber State University Art Department, Jim Jacobs, entered a fascinating piece at theworks at the 2012 Biennial Weber State University Art Faculty Exhibit.

Former chairman of the Weber State University Visual Arts Department, Jim Jacobs, brings a touch of nature to the exhibit with a fascinating piece at at the 2012 Biennial Weber State University Art Faculty Exhibit.

Castle of Chaos Haunted Attraction SOON to Open Doors!

Posted in Announcements, Holidays, Steve Stones, Things Steve Enjoys! with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 6, 2012 by Steve Stones Art

The Castle of Chaos, located at 1134 West Riverdale Road in Riverdale, now features three haunted attractions! The Castle of Chaos is due to open its doors next Friday, September 15. During the month of September, the hours of operation will be from 7:30 – Midnight, Friday and Saturday nights only. During the month of October, the hours of operation will be from 7:30 p.m.- 10 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and from 7:30- Midnight on Friday and Saturday Nights. The Castle of Chaos is CLOSED SUNDAYS.
Steve Stones has several nostalgic, carnival-type paintings, which were inspired by the Carnival of Chaos attraction and will be on display. The Carnival of Chaos features several interesting passages which can be appreciated in 3-D.
The Castle of Chaos also includes Seven Deadly Sins, and new haunted attraction, Screamatarium.

If you’re interested in volunteering your time and talents to the Castle of Chaos, please follow the link on this sentence!

Happy haunting!

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