Friends, this week’s Featured Creative is Lindsay Huss. Lindsay Huss has been creating for as long as she can remember. Her incredibly supportive family gave her paper and drawing utensils at a very early age. Her mother, being a talented artist and seamstress herself, passed that creativity on to her daughter.
By now, through a couple articles and a slew of social media posts, (not to mention merely passing by The Monarch), we hope you’ve picked up on the fact that we’ve been very busy with a big new public art project in the Nine Rails Creative District (@ninerailsogden)… specifically, at our future home,
Friends, we’ve got a special #FeaturedCreative for you this week… while Jane Kim is still working in Ogden, this week we’re happy to announce the return of a genre-busting artist and musician who performed for us at Alleged back in April of 2016. Thollem McDonas is swinging back through town, with a
We’re so excited to feature our very own #O1WALLS mural artist for this month’s Featured Creative column. Jane Kim attributes her start to her love of nature and her curation of it. She says, “As a little girl. I was completely obsessed with bears. I collected over 300 bears. I drew them
Our Featured Creative this week is Alison Neville. As a child, drawing was something Alison never grew out of and consistently felt rewarded by. Especially when her tries at other hobbies fell short. Drawing grew into a period of portrait painting during her time at Utah State which then evolved
Our Featured Creative this week is our dear friend Holly Morphet! Holly is an inspiring artist who uses her recovery from self-harm as a catalyst. Holly became serious at age 15. The life-changing question she asked herself was, “What would happen if I gave my absolute best to my artwork?” She
Take a look this week’s Featured Creative! Alexis Furlong started doing portrait and landscape work for friends and family beginning in high school. When she moved to St. George and attended Dixie state, she really refined her skills in those areas. But, there was something in doing that kind of