MESH Art has brought a little bit of Idaho to enjoy and savor in my office each and every day. Alex L. Palm Desert, CA. ... What a joy to be able to look at these images in my office and know I have been to these locations and stood on those very spots. Thank you MESH Art for bringing such joy! Steve W. Oxford, MS. ... The Storm Returns, Scout Team, and Secret Garden are simply remarkable. Nina C. London U.K. ... Love the images of the wild horses and mountain goats. I feel as if I have been placed right among them. Mark K. West Lawn, OR. ... Extraordinary! Boulders in Red is AMAZING! David F. Prescott AZ. ... This is my home, and you have captured it like no one else. Dawn on Horse Heaven Pass says it all. Jay H. Hailey, ID. ... We LOVE your dogs. Elie N. Drew D. Ketchum, ID. ... Talent Shines! Holly M. Dawn on the Oregon Trail - Yikes! I love it and bought it. Ed Y. Eugene, OR. ... Last Rays of the Day - in one word - Gorgeous!!! Rob & Pam H.
On this January day in the Northern Sawtooth Mountains of Idaho the high temperature will not reach 10 degrees Fahrenheit. However, the sun is shining brilliantly.
If dressed properly, an early afternoon ski on the Park Creek groomed trails cannot be topped. The Park Creek Overlook is located west of the town of Stanley in the Sawtooth National Recreation Area (SNRA) of the U.S. National Forest and National Wilderness.
The Park Creek Cross Country Skiing Trail System is a superb mix of offerings. The routes can be short and flat to long with highly variable terrain. One of my favorite routes is the combined Camas and Skyrocket loops. It affords skiing of all types in 4.5 miles.
Bald Mountain of Sun Valley, Idaho is the Icon associated with America’s First Destination Ski Resort. In this age of short life spans at the top and fading traditions – Sun Valley, in its 84th year of operation was ranked the #1 Ski Resort in North America for 2020 by SKI Magazine.
MESH Gallery at Heritage Hall currently is displaying two magnificent perspectives of the Grand Dame of Skiing – Baldy After Snowmageddeon and Baldy On A Snowy Sunday Morning. Each piece of Fine Art Photography is available as a Limited Edition Artwork is a variety of sizes.
If you are feeling behind the Power Curve , not yet in the Holiday Spirit or looking for a festive evening out on the town, MESH is here to help!
On Saturday, December 14th 2019 starting at 5PM, MESH Gallery at Heritage Hall will hold the Get Ahead of the Holiday Event.
MESH will premier new artworks works from Ed Cannady and Jeff Lubeck. Chef Kyle will fire up the smoker early in the day and provide smoked meats and other goodies. Beer, wine and other beverages will be provided as well. The presentation, discussion, food, and beverages are all free of charge.
Cannady will be on-hand to present and discuss for the first time, Into the Interior. The exhibit features images from Cannady’s multi-month photo-shoot of the interior of the Canadian West.
Lubeck will be on-hand to present and discuss his new book of photographic artworks, Capturing the Valley Too. The book represents four years of photographing in the six mountain ranges in the region. In addition, one dozen of the images in the book will be presented on canvas and framed in gallery wrap style.
It has been snowing most of the day today in Sun Valley and the six mountain ranges MESH claims as home territory. The Weather Service forecast is for up to another 10 inches of snow by tomorrow afternoon.
A number of patrons have dropped into MESH Gallery today to purchase artworks and photo-books intended to be Christmas gifts for their loved ones.
I will admit one of the great pleasures associated with our work is to see the excitement on the faces of people who are purchasing a gift they are certain will bring surprise and joy to someone for which they love or care deeply.
At 135 years – young the MESH Gallery at Heritage Hall is revealing It’s Beginning to Look A Lot Like Christmas.
It is December 7th and it should not be lost on any U.S. Citizen to take a moment and reflect – on things large and small – that on this day in 1941 tour nation suffered dearly from a surprise attack at Pearl Harbor.
“As with the first book, Capturing the Valley Too is an art piece in itself,” says MESH Art co-owner Kyle Lubeck. “The book is printed using the highest quality materials in a large format layflat hinged paper configuration. This allows for the best results in terms of viewing and longevity.” A full narrative describing each image is provided separately.
Capturing the Valley Too presents unequaled images of iconic and extraordinary places within the six mountain ranges that surround the Wood River Valley. “It is an absolute joy to share the places all of us know and love or have heard about,” says author and photographer – Jeffrey H. Lubeck. “In some cases it was a true challenge to get to these spots with such great names and imagery. However, it is so compelling to reach, and photograph places known as The Finger of Fate, Railroad Ridge, The Arrowhead and The Birthday Cake.”
Will be available for purchase for $99.95 from its premiere
through Saturday December 8th, 2019.
Afterward the book will be available for purchase at $150.00.
Any book ordered prior to Friday December 13th,
2019 will be available for Christmas.