The Midway Art Association has been serving artists in the Heber Valley and surrounding area since the early 2000s. One of the great benefits of being a member is the opportunity to display one’s work in the Midway Gallery, located in the Town Hall building adjacent to the Midway Must Haves souvenir shop. Seven artists are given a section of wall space on which they can display their paintings for a two-month period. These seven artists are then responsible for being available when the gallery is open on Fridays and Saturdays from 10 am to 5 pm.

The seven artists for the months of August and September will be available for an artist meet and greet reception on August 5th from 5-8 pm. Please stop by and view the work of these artists. All art is offered for sale to the public. Light refreshments will be served.

Kristena Eden – Kristena is a Riverton, UT Life Coach who is an author, painter and sculptor.

Kirk Henrichsen – Kirk is a resident of Salt Lake City and former museum exhibit designer with a degree in art from BYU. Kirk loves painting en plein air (out of doors) in the landscape.

Ruby Jensen – Ruby lives in Midway and is a self-taught artist. She paints in several mediums including oil, watercolor and ink on silk.

Jolene Pugh – Jolene is a Sandy, UT artist who picked up painting later in life. She is mainly self-taught and has taken many workshops and classes. Jolene’s medium of choice is oil.

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Kathy Tuttle – Kathy lives in Timber Lakes just outside of Heber City. She is self-taught and finds painting in oil to be very therapeutic.

Barbara Ward – Barbara is originally from Canada but now calls Payson, UT her home. Formerly an art director in the commercial film world, she developed keen color and design principals that she was able to translate into a skill set for plein air painting.

Charlotte Wright – Charlotte resides in Cottonwood Heights and loves experimenting in lots of different mediums. Her latest work is with enamel. She also frames her paintings in unique finds including drawers and window frames that she collects from antique shops.

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