Moses Lake Art Walk Makes a Return With a Modern Comeback
- Downtown Moses Lake
The Moses Lake Art Walk made a modern comeback Thursday night with the opening of Basalt Collective featuring featuring art works from Patricia Tremaine, Ildikó Kalapács, Sharon Corey, Judy Kalin, Malissa Rackham, and Ericka Nicole. Nate Ulmer the owner of the new art gallery says that the artwork for the opening is an all women gallery showing featuring artists from across the Pacific Northwest and British Columbia.
Local residents described the art as a "masterpiece, brilliant decor, stunning and a work of art".
Down the road, Roost had an extension of the event featuring local Columbia Basin based wine from Long Ship Cellars in Richland, WA. Roost also offered live music by local vocalist Nick Garcia.
Bruce, owner of Roost said that he hopes to bring back the downtown wine walk every third Thursday of the month. The 5-8 event brought out a crowd to both Basalt Collective's and Roost.