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Full Moon Gallery


Jumping onto the TOTALITY band-wagon, the Magic Valley Arts Council and Full Moon Gallery of Art and Contemporary Craft will be offering extended hours in celebration of the Total Solar Eclipse, from noon to 6 pm on Sunday, August 20 and Monday, August 22. Regular hours of operation are Tuesdays-Fridays from 10 am to 5 pm.

“With so many people taking advantage of the canyon rim trail we want to help them buy gifts to remember their experience,” said Full Moon Gallery President Jan Mittleider.

Located on the Second Floor of the Twin Falls Center for the Arts, 195 River Vista Place, the co-op gallery is home to 19 local artists whose works include ceramics, encaustic, engraved gourds, jewelry, mixed media, painting, photography and woodwork. Many of the art pieces showcase the Magic Valley.

The current exhibit featured at inside the gallery is Highlighting the Grain, featuring new works by Full Moon Gallery Artists and Guest Artist Donald Pica. In the main lobby is the Idaho Watercolor Society Regional Art Show.

Twin Falls artist Donald Pica has been a woodworker since high school and has constructed many large pieces of furniture from American hardwoods, oak, walnut, cherry, alder, and maple. Since retirement in 2006 he has pursued his hobby to a much greater degree, resulting in a large number of cut of pieces of hardwood. Using a lathe, he turns these blocks into beautifully unique bowls, containers, chargers, trays and tureens.

Full Moon Gallery Artist members are: Paula Brown Sinclair, Joyce DeFord, Paula Dodd, Jerry Dodds, Neva Edwards, Geri Fuestel, Gloria Hann, Rick Kuhn, Bev Stone, Rosi Martinez-Eckert, Roy Mason, Barbara Michener, Jan Mittleider, Betsy Morishita, Connie Pepper, Corinne Slusser, Leon Smith, and Monica Yamamoto-Hoffmann.

For more information visit or call the MVAC at 208-734-ARTS (2787).


Sponsored by Design 125, the Magic Valley Arts Council and Full Moon Gallery of Fine Art and Contemporary Craft proudly host the free Open House for The Art of Teaching and Autumn Abstracts exhibits from 5-7 pm on Wednesday, September 6 at the Twin Center for the Arts, 195 River Vista Place. The exhibits feature the creative expressions of area school art teachers, Full Moon Gallery artists and Guest Artists. The public is encouraged to come enjoy conversation with the artists, refreshments and music.

Area school art teachers are often overlooked in their abilities as creative artists in their own right.

The Magic Valley Arts Council and Full Moon Gallery will highlight the expressive talents of 17 educational heroes with The Art of Teaching exhibition. Featured artists are:

Tami Aufderheide – Kimberly High School, Jay Bryan – Robert Stuart Middle School, Jacob Carder – Canyon Ridge High School, Keith Farnsworth – Jerome High School, Karen Fothergill – Filer High School, Paul Hanson – Xavier Charter Schools, James Haycock – Twin Falls High School, Jason Hicks – Xavier Charter Schools, Marc Hiscox – Jackpot High School, Seve Isaacs – Canyon Ridge High School, Camille Johnson – Twin Falls High School, Frank Kiska – Gooding High School, Nikki Kindred – Kimberly Elementary, Victoria Lock – Valley High School, Leslie Redhead – Declo High School, LeAnne SasserCollins – Acorn Learning and Tammy Scott – Hagerman Elementary.

Full Moon Gallery Artists who have taught school or art classes: Paula Brown Sinclair, Joyce DeFord, Paula Dodd, Gloria Hann, Rosi Martinez Eckert, Roy Mason, Jan Mittleider, Betsy Morishita, Connie Pepper, Corinne Slusser and Bev Stone. Other Full Moon Gallery Artists are: Jerry Dodds, Neva Edwards, Gerilyn Fuestel, Rick Kuhn, Barbara Michener, Leon Smith and Monica Yamamoto-Hoffman.

The Art of Teaching exhibition is on display September 6 through October 7, 2017.

Autumn Abstracts features Guest Artists: Connor Acklin, Jenna Harder, David Horalek, Jessica Larsen, and Stephen Poppino.

Connor Acklin – Exploring the multifaceted brain of the human psyche, I like to engage multiple colors and textures, embracing the diverse dimensions from every glance angle or perspective that you take.

Jenna Harder believes that art is not always refined, but often messy and full of life and emotion. Her creative explorations have been in theatre, music, writing and belly dancing.

David Horalek works in mixed media painting and focuses on reusing and repurposing everyday materials and discarded junk. His art embodies the theme of recycling. Much of the proceeds of his art sales are donated to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

Jessica Larsen began her craft when she started painting lessons at age 15. She attended the Art Institute of Seattle, Boise State University and Chautauqua Institute for the Arts in New York.

Stephen Poppino attributes his greatest inspiration is the Abstract Expressionist movement of the 1950’s and 60’s, because of their emphasis on portraying emotions through their works.

Autumn Abstracts exhibit show September 6 through November 11, 2017.

For more information call 208-734-ARTS(2787) or visit

Full Moon Gallery members are: Barbara Michener, Betsy Morishita, Bev Stone, Connie Pepper, Corinne Slusser, Gerilyn Fuestel, Gloria Hann, Jan Mittleider, Joyce DeFord, Leon Smith, Neva Edwards, Paula Brown Sinclair, Paula Dodd, Jerry Dodds, Rick Kuhn, Rosi Eckert, Monica Yamamoto-Hoffmann, and Roy Mason.

For more information call the MVAC at 734-ARTS (2787).

Twin Falls Visitor Center Features Local Artist

The Twin Falls Chamber and Magic Valley Arts Council will feature a local artist as Artist of the Month at the Twin Falls Visitor Center. Our first artist is Leon Smith. His painting “Perrine Stage Last Run” is showcased at the Visitor Center in front of the restored Perrine Stagecoach. The oil painting shows the stagecoach making a stop at the Perrine Hotel in downtown Twin Falls in 1916.

Celebrating FMG Artists!

Full Moon Gallery Artist members are: Paula Brown Sinclair, Joyce DeFord, Paula Dodd, Jerry Dodds, Neva Edwards, Geri Fuestel, Gloria Hann, Rick Kuhn, Bev Stone, Rosi Martinez-Eckert, Roy Mason, Barbara Michener, Jan Mittleider, Betsy Morishita, Connie Pepper, Corinne Slusser, Leon Smith, Bud Starr and Monica Yamamoto-Hoffmann.

Congratulations to Full Moon Gallery artist Paula Dodd!
She was selected by the Lutheran Women’s Missionary League (LWML) to create communion ware for their 2017 national convention in Albuquerque, NM.

Keeping with the LWML’s 2017 color theme, Paula worked for several months to create 30 sets of 48 oz flagons, 16 oz chalices, and 10″ patens.

Bev Stone’s Snowpuppies and the Snowdeer #1
Full Moon Gallery artist Bev Stone is the first indie author to get two books on The Gittle List in one year. She is also the first author to win the #1 spot two times, 2016 and 2014 (The Gittle List 2014). Her latest book Snowpuppies and the Snowdeer is available for purchase at the Full Moon Gallery.

#1: Snowpuppies and the Snowdeer, written & illustrated by Bev Stone, is the story of Tri, a very restless and curious puppy. The Snowpuppies series (this is Book 3) is about ten puppies who live in the snow. I love the whimsy of the story. The puppies sleep on snowflakes for pillows and a snowman stands watch at night. One night Tri, our curious puppy, can’t sleep and decides to follow a blackbird who is flying from tree to tree. The bird flies out of sight and Tri finds himself lost and alone in the middle of the forest, unprepared to deal with the dangers that nightfall can bring. How will he get home? Stone’s illustrations and page design are lovely. Once again, Stone writes a story in rhyme that is wonderful to read out loud. There is the lesson of not wandering off and staying close to home to be safe. But the rhyming is so beautiful; Snowpuppies and the Snowdeer exposes a child to the sheer joy of words. It will inspire a child to read and perhaps bring out the writer in them.
The goal of The Gittle List is to find great indie children’s picture books. There are now 39 wonderful books to choose from. Any (and all) of them will be a cherished gift for the little ones in your life.

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