Warming up to January Exhibits

Acclaimed art on display with the Idaho Falls Arts Council

Published online: Jan 07, 2019 Articles, Education And Arts
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The Idaho Falls Arts Council is pleased to present two gallery exhibitions by local artists—Vladmir and Marina Zavalov and Marjorie Clearwater.

Both exhibitions will have opening receptions on January 18th from 5:30-7:30 pm at the Willard Arts Center.

Vladmir and Marina Zavalov began their careers as artists in their home country Russia. After emigrating to the United States they continued to work in multiple mediums. This exhibition includes works assembled by Marina of her and her late husband’s work and will be displayed in the Carr Gallery.

Marjorie Clearwater was a well-known local watercolor artist, who also worked in other mediums including sculpture, and a member and supporter of many local arts organizations. This exhibition in the Hall Gallery includes works from throughout her life as gathered by her daughter. Marjorie passed away in 2017.

“The Zavalov and Clearwater names have meant so much to the local art community and organizations,” said Georgina Goodlander, Visual Arts Director for the Idaho Falls Arts Council, “It’s wonderful to have their artworks on display in the Willard Arts Center to demonstrate even a small selection of the talented and diverse community of artists we have in Idaho Falls.”

The Hall and Carr Galleries are located in the Willard Arts Center at 450 A Street, Idaho Falls and are open from 9am-5pm Monday – Thursday, 9am-3pm Friday, and 10am-4pm Saturday. Both exhibitions will be open through March 10, and are free to the public.


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