New Business Highlight: Fiction
The old Tiger Mart building at 2717 Washington Boulevard in Ogden is now a creative space called Fiction. Featuring local creatives in a communal space, Fiction is the newest addition to Ogden’s growing art and creation center. Each studio highlights a unique art form from the masters themselves.
Fiction houses artisan studios and storefronts from local makers such as Robbin Daffin of Hope and Evolution: a florist with a sustainability model. Hope and Evolution offers gorgeous wedding and event floristry, subscriptions, delivery, and on-site purchase. Visit hopeandevolution.com for more information.
Kseniya Thomas of Thomas Printers: a letterpress printing and design company. Thomas Printers offers beautiful printing for weddings, events, businesses, and more. Visit thomas-printers.com for more information.
Carli Miller of Wild Meraki Creations: an herbalist, paper maker, and botanical artist. Wild Meraki Creations offers ceremonies and workshops alongside candles, bath blends, handmade books and paper, wreaths, and other botanical products. Visit wildmerakicreations.com for more information.
Chelbie Hunger of Chelbie Hunger Glass Works: a modern stained glass maker. Chelbie Hunger Glass Works offers glass hangings, mirrors, charms, planter stakes, and workshops. Visit chelbiehunger.com for more information.
Austin Luckett of Iron and Pine Metal Prints: a metal print and sublimation artist. Iron and Pine Metal Prints offers landscape, waterscape, wildlife, and adventure photography on large-scale metal canvas.
Each creator has a studio in Fiction and sells their work from the building. Small community events will be held in the space, along with workshops by the artists.
It is no secret that Ogdenites embrace the arts in all of its forms, and having places for creatives to do what they do best — create — keeps our art scene alive.
Images from Instagram: @hopeandevolution, @kthomasprinters, @wildmeraki_ , @chelbieglassworks, @iron.pine