WELCOME TO THE ELY ART BANK

Ely’s Art Bank
Grand Opening

After months of refurbishing, Ely’s Art Bank
opened its doors on Friday, November 29th,
2013.

The Art Bank is located at 399 Aultman Street
in downtown Ely.

The Art Bank is a Gallery and
Cultural Center with a permanent
art collection of painting, sculptures,
and photos that depict the Great
Basin area and White Pine county.
These pieces represent  art work that
spans over 70 years and showcases
the natural elements that people
have used for generations to express
life in the Great Basin.

Local artists’ work is also on display
and for sale. Many of the local artists
will be at the Grand Opening ready
to show their work and explain their
techniques. This is a great
opportunity to meet and talk with
the artists while you enjoy the
atmosphere of the Art Among the
Aspens.

Local craftsman Mark Caylor has did
much of the restoration work
transforming the old bank into a
beautiful art gallery.  Real
aspen trees are mounted to the walls
to give the impression of being able
to walk among the trees to
enjoy the art work.



Come discover Ely’s newest
attraction!
The original vault is in "mint" condition! Even many of the safe deposit
boxes are still lying in wait for limitless treasures!
Alumni News
Featuring the permanent display, "Art Among the Aspens".
Current Exhibit:

The Ely Art Bank will host an art
exhibit featuring work by
Katherine Rountree. The exhibit is
entitled "When I grow up I want
to be an artist."

Katherine Rountree was born and
raised in White Pine County. She
obtained a BFA at the University
of Utah. She owned and operated
Kaiser's T-Shirt and Graphic
Design in Ely for many years. MS.
Rountree has always painted and
sold paintings from her husband's
gift shop in Baker. This show will
be the realization of a long time
goal: having a gallery show.

The exhibit will open on October 3
and run through November 7 at
the Ely Art Bank, located at 399
Aultman Street. Please join us to
see the incredible work by one of
our local artists.