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2nd Friday Art Walk

artwalk aEnjoy 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. 

Collage Art Marking Workshop 
Upcoming schedule listed below



collage workshop

Collage & Wine Workshop during some of the 2nd Friday Art Walk

July 14, September 8, and Novovermber 10 • 5-8pm in the AWD Multipurpose Room

In a fun and social group setting, artist and teacher Dan Caven provides step-by-step instruction along with encouragement. By the end of the evening, each attendee will create a fabulous piece of art! Adult students receive two glasses of wine, appetizers, and artist materials. Appropriate for all skill levels.

$40 per person

Call 415.451.8119 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  to register. 
Walk-ins welcome if space is available.



 WineSymbol venues with wine supporting art walk
 strawberry-icon venues with refreshments
music venues with live music or DJ
yellowstar venues with performance or demo  
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 beer beer


next art walk: June 9, 2017  5-8pm
Information updated regularly.  Please check back!   
Maps are available at participating venues.
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June Map

1611 4th st  Rebound Bookstore strawberry-icon
 exhibition: Caught In the Act
Forty Years of Photographs and Ephemera from designs for the professional theatre. Photographs are of set and lighting designs by Joel D. Eis, MFA.

1553 4th st Rumor Has It  WineSymbol kids_icon
reception: LIPSENSE
Mandy Bee, presents Lipsense and other amazing skin care and cosmetics. Learn how to take care of your skin from the inside out.
activity: Make up tutorial 

1515 3rd st Marin Society of Artists strawberry-icon WineSymbol music
 reception: Dodging the Status Quo
An exhibition that celebrates the idiosyncratic, the unusual, and the “out of the box.”

1337 4th st  Art Works Downtown  strawberry-icon WineSymbol  
The Art of Abstraction info Featuring: Janice Best, William Binzen, James Cooper, Rene Dayan-Whitehead, Cathleen Evangelista, Alex Friedman, Georgia Gibbs, Tina Green, Victoria Heilweil, Nicholas Hullibarger, Stephen Kane, Connie Kirk, Geneviève L'Heureux, Ellen Leo, Toni Littlejohn, Sherrie Lovler, Mimi Makowsky, Sanda Manuila, Cindy Ostroff, Phyllis Pacin, Cindy Pavlinac, Margaret Realica, Margo Reis, Holly Savas, Jeffrey Sully, Vera Tchikovani, Vaidis Valaitis, Leslie Patterson Werner, Tyler Wilkins, Kathryn Wills

• Underground Gallery (AWD) info 
reception: Paleoindian Art of Marin "A Face from Every Angle"
by Robert L. Stupack
In 1976, UC Berkeley Anthropologists determined that the first inhabitants of California occupied Ring Mountain in Corte Madera some 8,000-12,000 years ago. Their lives centered around their "God" (a now dormant volcano), fertility, and the strange creatures around them. These technologically advanced people recreated images of these forces on their tools made from stone, wood, pyroclasts, glass, and metal. Seventeen years of research and discovery have produced the largest collection of its kind. All items in this exhibition were collected in

• Founders' Gallery (AWD)  info 
reception: Seed Shadow by William Ericson 
The work is a series of reflections on California's ecology and how it inflected the cultures that existed here before European occupation. Paying homage to the marriage between humans and landscape.

•  1325 Donors'Gallery  info 
reception: Putting It All Together assemblage and mixed media
Anne Shaheen with guest artist Valerie Jelenfy Stilson
For Anne, it’s all about celebrating the wonderful, natural patina that comes with age, both of people & objects, and finding beauty in imperfection. Valerie’s technique of choice is assemblage, which she transforms into a threedimensional form, creating an opportunity for a dialogue to evolve between the viewer and the spirit of the altar.

•  Multipurpose Room (AWD)
reception: We'll Never Be Those Kids Again
the work of Wyn DeStefano and Elise Pringle
An intimate art show featuring the work of Elise Pringle and Wyn Di Stefano. We'll never be those kids again is a body of work that focuses on change, loss, innocence, and nostalgia. Though the two artists interpret this theme dramatically different the sentiments remain the same—a topic widely relatable yet deeply personal. Please join us on Friday, June 9th for opening reception, food and drink will be provided. Artwork and prints will be for sale.

1331 4th st Marin Jewelers Guild  strawberry-icon WineSymbol
reception:  Gale S. Mckee
Gale S. McKee is a Northern California painter whose sophisticated landscape, figurative, and abstract work has received national acknowledgement. "I create a rich surface that invites the viewer to come closer and explore the implied and unanswered questions the abstract quality presents. It is a place where realism meets abstraction."

917 C St Youth in Arts   
exhibitionSan Rafael AP Art
Visit YIA Gallery this summer to enjoy paintings, drawings, mixed media, and digital art by San Rafael students in AP Art courses at San Rafael and Terra Linda High Schools. This exhibit, organized by teaching artists Annie Yi (San Rafael HS) and Katy Bernheim (Terra Linda HS), is a partnership between YIA Gallery and both school sites.

1020 B st VenturePad   strawberry-icon music
exhibition: Showcasing Susan McCormack Margo Reis, Stephanie Jucker. Variety of modern oil paintings from each artist.
live music: The Lost Halos, blues band starting at 7pm

1138 4th st Rileystreet Art Supply  WineSymbol strawberry-icon music
exhibition: Sculpture and paintings by Philippe Haass
live music: Todos Santos

1122 4th st Aroma Cafe  
reception:  Musical Instrument Series
modernistic acrylic paintings by Stephen Allegra
Stephen Allegra painted his “Musical Instrument” Series because he is intrigue by the colorful lights reflected on the musical instruments during a performance. The paintings represent a series of views of musical instruments from memories of past concerts viewed by the artist. The instruments are shown as a bold display of colorful, reflective and happy imagery, which is “cartoonish” in nature.

827 4th st Marin Fencing Academy  strawberry-icon 
reception: Encaustic Adventures
Vivian Vosu - Encaustic Wax Paintings
Laura Lengyel - Paintings

1108 Tamalpais ave The 1180 Gallery music
reception: Hillarie Kane art and jewelry show with additional artwork by Barbara Coley
live music: Ron Corral and Jamie Quinn

San Rafael City Hall, 
1400 Fifth Avenue
Meet You in the Corner, reinforced steel by Carlos Zamora


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