More than 100 volunteers are painting murals in the middle of 25th Street near downtown Ogden as part of a city sponsored art project in the new Nine Rails Creative District.
The 2018 Juneteenth Freedom and Heritage Festival was held on Saturday June 16, 2018, at the Union Station in Ogden.
Art, music and skateboarding took over Historic Downtown Ogden during the Ogden Arts Festival on Saturday, June 9, 2018, at the Ogden Amphitheater.
Michelle Montrose Larsen works on a mural along 26th St. in Ogden on Wednesday, May 30, 2018. Larsen, an Ogden-based painter, was looking for studio space while completing her master’s degree in 2017. She found a landlord who was willing to trade workspace in exchange for an outdoor mural at the entrance to his building between Adams and Jefferson avenues in Central Ogden.
Kids paint “art of the bird” themed masks during the after school art class Thursday, March 22, 2018, at The Local Artisan Collective in Ogden.
“It’s really like a treasure hunt.” Doug Wewer says about his craft and art of snowflake photography. Doug shows us his process of discovering the beauty of snow and ice up close.
Brek Townsend works on cardboard paintings in his Central Ogden apartment on Friday, Nov. 10, 2017. Townsend and his fiance, Eizah Grabowski, founded the PALE art collective which hosts free…
René Venegas, a 16th generation silversmith, in his shop at The Local Artisan Collective in downtown Ogden on Oct. 19, 2017. (BEN DORGER/Standard-Examiner)Story by MARK SAAL • Photos and video…
Aaron Richardson is a traditional blacksmith in Ogden Valley. While his personal business is new, he works out of a blacksmith shop that first opened more than 120 years ago.
Whether it’s just for fun, to promote a cause or to spread positive vibes, the painted rock movement has become a phenomenon in the Ogden area thanks to 801 Rocks.
The Standard-Examiner asked its readers for photos of rocks they’ve found or painted for the 801 Rocks movement. The following is a collection of those photos.
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Two years ago, Utah artist JR Johansen started painting portraits of LDS missionaries that had died during their missions. From his studio in Huntsville, Johansen talks about why.
The Bountiful public and local vendors gathered for food and art during the Summerfest International event held on Friday, Aug. 11, 2017, at the Bountiful City Park.