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Steve Stones Window Painting in Downtown Ogden

Posted in Announcements, Things Steve Enjoys! with tags , , , , , , , on July 30, 2014 by Steve Stones Art

Ogden artist steve stonesAlright Steve Stones fans! Steve has been asked to paint the window of a building in downtown Ogden by Patrick Poce of the Eccles Community Art Center. The painting isn’t finished yet; however, Stones says that it’s almost done! Here is a photo of the unfinished painting, you will just have to make a trip to 2564 Washington Blvd. after August 1 and see what’s new! CIAO~

Steve Stones at the 2014 Ogden Farmers and Art Market

Posted in Announcements, Festivals, Steve Stones, Things Steve Enjoys! with tags , , , , , , , on June 4, 2014 by jennifervandyke

Steve Stones Art at the Ogden Farmers and Art Market, sock monkey'n around, mike hurst, hursts handblown glassHello Steve Stones fans! Steve loves you so much that he’s decided to do the 2014 Ogden Farmers and Art Market! To get a jump on this weekly event, Steve will be teaming up with his friend Mike Hurst of Hurst’s Handblown Glass and our friends at Sock Monkey’N Around to make your Saturday mornings GREAT!  The pair will be kicking off a display this Saturday from 8am through 1pm during the Ogden Farmers and Art Market, and will be located at  236 Historic 25th Street for the duration of the season. So stop on by, grab some tasty locally grown food, and say hello!


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Simple Treasures Spring Boutique Show at Ogden’s Union Station!

Posted in Announcements, Art Shows, Steve Stones, Things Steve Enjoys! with tags , , , , , , , , , on March 11, 2013 by Steve Stones Art


English: Union Station in Ogden, Utah.

English: Union Station in Ogden, Utah. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Spring has nearly sprung and it’s time to check out the Simple Treasures Spring Boutique at Ogden’s Union Station. The event begins on Wednesday, March 13 and continues through Saturday, March 16 during the hours of 10am-6pm. Admission is $1, and there will be treats and treasure hunts! You can contact Simple Treasures Boutique at 801-814-8670 and view their website at If you’re feeling nostalgic and would like learning a little local history, there are several museums at Ogden’s Union Station worth seeing, so why not make a day of it?

Admission is as follows:

 CHILD 3-12        $3
STUDENT 13-17  $4
ADULT 18-61      $5
SENIOR 62+        $4
Family Day Pass $15 Admits up to 2 adults and up to 4 children.

 Don’t forget to enjoy Steve Stones and Brent Hale’s art at Gallery at the Station as it’s showing for the entire month of March and is free to see!

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