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Volume XIII THE Issue X OGDEN VALLEY NEWS March Wilkerson Fine Art Features Exhibit at Wolf Creek Resort Wolf Creek Resort is hosting an art exhibit at their clubhouse in Eden. The exhibit, presented courtesy of Wilkerson Fine Art, highlights the work of local artists Eric Zschiesche, Hadley Rampton, and Alison Benjamin Er i le (pronounced Z-she) and his wife Faith live in Ogden Valley. “It is an awesome place to live . . . wonderfully inspiring.” Eric is engaged in art, both as a “The Flowi ing Creek” career and as a by Eric Zschiesche means of greater consciousness. Zschiesche states, “Many paths can lead to a fuller understanding and love of this journey on earth; one must simply have an openness of mind and heart. For me, painting is a means of striving for fuller sight/insight. As for specifics of the style of my work, I refer to it as abstracted realism. I try to convey a sense of the world around us, without } : fon eset natal iniag isan oO Gea Ww WIok Esonr chaotic brushwork 1, 2006 Snowbasin Ski Education Foundation Receives Check from OVBA ever changing light and temperature, my soul is replenished and invigorated. I lay out my palette of oil colors based on a combination of that which I see and feel. My first step is to stain my canvas with a warm hue, a color that will provide a rich base for the strokes to follow. I paint from thin to thick, my broken strokes first applied with a brush, then palette knife. As the painting progresses, I look less at my subject, listen less to my intellect, and allow the some- times take over. Sometimes my strokes become too chaotic and the painting loses itself. Other times, I am too tight and the painting dies. But when the painting takes a life of its own, often surprising me, I have made a connection with the moment and instinctprevails” enjamin is a new transplant to the Valley, originally from the U.K., she arrived two years ago via Big Bear Lake, California. From her earliest memories she fancied herself an Members of the Ogden oar VALLEY Valley Business Association m recently gathered at Wolf Mountain for their monthly meeting. The first item on the agenda was the presentation ofa check in the amount of $5,838.34 to The Snowbasin Ski Education Foundation. year, the OVBA produces the Annual Snowdance and Auction as its major fundraiser to further the goals of the Association. This year, the event was held at Snowbasin. Proceeds from the event are Education Foundation ety Eight and 34/106" works is created through direct observation and i A Kris Wilkerson with Alison Benjamin. a aan n. a form of human expression that a is alaress our condition of being alive. So goon... indulge yourself, and happy trails.” Hadley Rampton trained in Europe as well as at the University of Utah with a BFA in Painting and Drawing and a Minor in Art History. She has an impressive bio including recent features in Southwest Art Magazine and a book of International Artists. In describing her art, Hadley states, “Standing in a meadow, my five senses satiated by all that nature brings, including brilliant color, peaceful sounds, and artist like her father. As an adult, this has manifested in the form of her painting, poetry, and her design and manufacturing of Jewelry. Her love for -design, color, and pattern is the genesis for her current work. She creates her art while caring for her husband and children in her Liberty kitchen. Alison strives to communicate her thoughts through her art and is inspired by her discipline of meditation. or more information about this exhibit or other art offered by Wilkerson Fine Art, contact Kris Wilkerson at 745-9557. The OVBA presented a check for $5,838 to the Snowbasin ~ Foundation from Snowdance proceeds. Pictured left to right are Lisa Karam Fuller, OVB. Executive Director; Brandt Jones, President of Board Snowbasin Ski Foundation; Coac. _ Tom Hales; Jim Halay, OVBA Chairperson; Forrest Jones and Greg Roman, Snowbasin Alpine Jr. Olympic Team athletes. What do you want in Life? Park City Mountain Resort welcomes the world’s top skie rs and snowboarders to compete at the 2006 World Superpipe Championships in the new 22-foot wall Eagle Superpipe. This invite-only event will be the first major competition following the 2006 Olympic Games and will feature many of the top athletes from the Olympics and X-Games “We love that we can relive some of the Olympic glory in one of the best halfpipe venues,” said Jim Mangan, director of action sports marketing at Park City Mountain Resort. “The halfpipe is one of the biggest in the world, and it will help showcase the talents of these rider’s at their highest level.” The field of athletes will compete for a piece of the $90,000 prize purse in a best of three-run format. On Saturday, March 11, two-time World Superpipe Champion, Keir Dillon, competes against a field of snowboarders including the 2002 Olympic gold medalist Ross Powers and this year’s bronze medalist Markku Koski. Also, fresh from the Torino Games, gold medalist Hannah Teter returns to the U.S. to battle against a strong field of women snowboarders including Australia’s up-and-comer Torah Bright and 2002 Olympic gold medalist Kelly rk. SUPERPIPE Life Empowerment Since 1995 Yard Leveling Concrete Prep. Top Soil Hauling Center Pam Kelly can assist you in releasing old baggage that keeps you from reaching your goals. Make Peace with Be Past Find Your Life Purpose reate You our Souls Passion Remember Your Wholeness Create the Life You Truly Want. 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About 11% years ago, I jettisoned the use of photographic references; the current body of WSCAS) Page 5 Snowbasin, a Sun Valley Resort offers over 2,500 acres of ski trails, powder bowls, and lush glades offering terrain to suit everyone. With 64 designated runs and 12 lifts, including two high-speed gondolas, you'll spend less time in lines. Their wide runs ensure all the elbow room you need. The Superpipe and two terrain parks are perfect for enthusiasts of all levels. Snowbasin also features a new tubing hill, and Nordic trails available for traditional and skate skiers as well as snowshoers. Snowbasin's three magnificent day lodges will tempt you to stay in-doors and enjoy the fine cuisine and incredible views. For monthly specials and events, go to www.snowbasin.com or call toll free (888) 437-5488. Summers End Shawn Durrant, Owner 1834 S. 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