Posted on Leave a comment

It’s Beginning to Look A lot Like Christmas

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.

Posted on Leave a comment

MESH Gallery Kicks Off Holiday at Giving Walk

MESH Gallery at Heritage Hall the 2019 Holiday Season in the Wood River Valley with the Sun Valley Gallery Association Giving Walk.

Kyle has the Smoker going as well

Jeff Lubeck’s new Fine Art Photography book – Capturing The Valley Too © debuts including new artworks.

The Gallery is all dressed up for the Holidays
Jeff’s new book debuts
Big Snow Big Peaks © debuts
Baldy After Snowmageddon © Triptych debuts

Posted on Leave a comment

Capturing The Valley Too Released

Jeffrey H. Lubeck & MESH Art will premiere Capturing the Valley Too © during The Giving Walk Friday November 29th from 4-6PM at MESH Art Gallery at Heritage Hall ® located next to Ketchum Town Square.

The hardcover book of Fine Art Photography results from four years of back-country photo-shoots conducted by Lubeck. Capturing the Valley Too is the follow-up to the highly successful Capturing the Valley © released in 2015.

“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.

For more information: Kyle Lubeck at (208) 309-3200 or kyle.lubeck@gmail.com

Posted on Leave a comment

MESH Gallery Owner Gains Year

Kyle Robert Lubeck, Founder and Co-owner of MESH Art LLC and MESH Gallery at Heritage Hall turned 32 years-young on Monday, November 25, 2019.

Lubeck spent the work day portion in quiet celebration with Merry [Christmas] Dog and Valentine Dog at his side.

Kyle Lubeck & Kelsey [nee. Laird] Althouse very first friends in life. Left in 1987 and right in summer of 2019.