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2nd Friday Art Walk

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WineSymbol    venues with wine supporting art walk
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Enjoy galleries, open studios, art exhibits, live music and refreshments as you stroll in downtown San Rafael. Anchored by Art Works Downtown galleries and artist studios, the 2nd Friday Art Walk links venues along downtown Fourth Street the second Friday of each month

2019 Art Walk dates: 1/11, 2/8, 3/8, 4/12, 5/10, 6/14, 7/12, 8/9, 9/13, 10/11, 11/8, 12/13

To learn how to participate click here  

Art Walk map for 
February 8, 2019  5-8pm*

*Open hours vary depending on the venue. See current listings on this website page during week of the Art Walk. Printed Maps are available at participating venues during the week of the Art Walkdownload February 2019 map 

1611 4th st  Rebound Bookstore 
 Treasures From My Dreams
Retrospective of artist Steve Hurst

1515 3rd st  Marin Society of Artists strawberry-icon 
reception: Seeing Colors, a juried show that highlights the splendor and excitement of color in art. Also on exhibit in the MSA Art Centre are two floors and three galleries of member's artwork, and 16 artist studios - many open to the public. Come and meet the artists!

1408 mission st Falkirk Cultural Center   strawberry-icon music 
reception: This Is Not A Book, journals by Minna Towbin Pinger 
We all come from somewhere. We all have family. Journaling has helped me to see the connecting threads in our web of humanity. When we see our connections, the spaces between us become less important and easier to breach. As Maya Angelou writes in The Human Family, “We are more alike my friends than we are unalike.” During the show, artist will be present to discuss, encourage, and facilitate anyone interested in beginning a journal.
music: Judy Hall, pianist

1340 4th st  Mc Rosky Mattress Company   strawberry-icon music
music: Lounge Legacy is a San Francisco Bay Area combo specializing in jazz standards and the Great American Songbook. Our music is timeless and features songs from the 1930s–1970s. Songs made famous by Frank Sinatra, Duke Ellington, Nat King Cole, The Drifters, and many others. These are songs that span generations and bring back great memories for so many people. Sing along, hum along, or pat your foot but we promise you’ll hear songs that make you smile. Lounge Legacy is David Kessner, keyboards and vocals, Steve Valverde Bass, and vocals and Carl Upthegrove drums.

1337 4th st  Art Works Downtown  strawberry-icon WineSymbol  
reception: Restless Garden, Stephanie Jucker  info 
“Things in the garden are making me nervous. To quote William Blake’s poem Garden of Love, I am seeing ‘what I never had seen.’ My use of garden as a metaphor is partly influenced by the iconography of a Catholic upbringing, with its portrayals of Eden, and a nostalgia for the English garden I played in as a child. I revisit that sense of play in my work, but from a place of experience. My response to feeling anxious has been to recycle materials that accumulate around me. With burnt, water-damaged, and discarded stuff, I construct symmetrically balanced compositions to reassure and ground myself. The design is informed by the geometry of insects and flowers resulting in wall pieces, books, and mobiles compositionally anchored by a central axis. From this secure core they burst with life, referencing the giddy optimism of creation in the face of a tenuous future.

The garden wants change and has ideas of its own. Whether we’ll be around to see what those are really hangs in the balance.” Stephanie Jucker

 Underground Gallery (AWD)  info 
Music in the Air, Debbie Patrick
The paintings in Music in the Air depict a variety of performers onstage with dramatic lighting, casual outdoor street musicians, dancers waiting in the wings. Alternating between oils and pastels, I let the subject and the quality of light I wish to achieve dictate which medium I use.I always try to capture a subject’s unique personality or mood, especially as reflected in their eyes or a certain gesture.

Founders' Gallery (AWD)   info 
reception: Twelve x Three
Featuring a collection of artworks by artists: Patsy Chador, Lisa Clarke, Jeff Downing, Emily Dvorin, Tricia George, Beth Hardesty, Susie Kelly, Lee Lisbet, Nadia Tarzi-Saccardi, Susan Weil, Melissa Woodburn, Dave Yoas 
“When viewing art work I find particularly intriguing, I am often left wanting to see more! Twelve x Three offers the opportunity for those seeing this show, to experience three creations by each of the twelve I’ve selected for their unique and very creative approach to their chosen medium.” Susan Press, Curator

1325 Donors'Gallery info 
reception: Illuminated boxes, Dan Caven
I have been an Art Works Downtown artist member for several years. This latest collection uses discarded wooden crates, mirrors, and paint together with hand shaped glass tubes filled with illuminated gas. I learned techniques for shaping glass at The Crucible in Oakland which serves as a resource for artists working with industrial materials.

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Come make Valentines!
Join Kale Likover and Daniel Krakauer for making/printmaking valentines at Artwalk.

1331 4th st Marin Jewelers Guild  strawberry-icon WineSymbol
Valentine Jewelry Exhibition
Marin Jewelers Guild will feature jewelry from our nine MJG metal smiths for Valentine's Day gifts.

917 C st Youth In Arts    WineSymbol  kids_icon

exhibition: Rising Stars
The 28th Annual Marin County High School Art Show
activities: Hands on art activity for children of all ages.

1020 B st VenturePad   strawberry-icon 
reception: Showcasing Mark Mathisen Miller, Nance Miller, and Jane Heaphy 
A variety of modern artworks from each artist.

1138 4th st Rileystreet Art Supply   strawberry-icon WineSymbol music 
reception: Painting With Coffee or Mixed Mediums, Nancy Nichols
Watercolor, colored pencil and graphite take new direction when blended and layered with black coffee. Coffee adds an organic look with unexpected textures and colors. I have been drawing and painting for many years but experimenting with painting with coffee as a new medium has opened new possibilities. In the process I have discovered a range of unique characteristics coffee offers when mixed with traditional painting mediums.
music: Gary and the Crew

850 4th st Copperfield's Bookstore   strawberry-icon 
reception: Color & Texture, Marin Ventures
A collection of new works by Marin Ventures, a day program for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

 846 4th st Glaze & Confused Pottery & Gallery   strawberry-icon music
reception: Eyan Higgins Jones a master airbrush painter; Travis Nietich acrylic on wood; and Scott Reilly ceramics
music: Original music & poetry (guitar acoustic & electric, and keyboard) April Perez & Scott Reilly

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Merchants may sign up online:

  • Participating Venues must provide art/event information two Tuesdays prior to the 2nd Friday event.
  • Venues interested in serving wine must follow the AWD Art Walk Policies and Procedures:  click here  Including: $25 for a ABC license fee, Property owner signature, How to sell wine
  • Participation Form
  • Looking for the paper sign up form? download here


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