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DIRECTORY KEY

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  
kids_icon  venues with activities
beer    beer

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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. 

2018 Art Walk dates: 1/12, 2/9, 3/9, 4/13, 5/11, 6/8, 7/13, 8/10, 9/14, 10/12, 11/9, 12/14

To learn how to participate click here  


Art Walk map for  June 8, 2018  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 June 2018 map 

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

1515 3rd st  Marin Society of Artists strawberry-icon 
reception: Exposed 2018, an open photography show. Come and meet the artists on two floors of galleries and studios.

1408 Mission st  Falkirk Cultural Center (6–8pm) strawberry-icon music
reception: Featuring five exceptional artists: Dorallen Davis, Jessica Green, Arlene Whiting Lewetzow, Cynthia Tom, Elaine West. Open both Marin Open Studios weekends and on display to Fri, June 23rd, Tues–Fri, 1–5 pm 
music: 
Judy Hall

1340 4th st   Mc Rosky Mattress Company   strawberry-icon music
reception: Guitars handmade by Fairfax’s own Crude Luthier, Steve Pierson. His guitars are playable works of art, and are informed by his childhood in Appalachia, shamanistic practice, as well as training as an aircraft engineer. 

music: Special guest musicians will be Pepe Espada of Sacramento; Pepe founded Banjo Bones, a band that is the “dark side of Americana.” Julian Barber (Pony Fight, Velochord, Samsara) will also be on hand to play Steve’s creations

1337 4th st  Art Works Downtown  strawberry-icon WineSymbol  
reception: Storytelling  info Juror: Kay Bradner

There is a rich history in the Bay Area of art that is essentially storytelling. This exhibit is a look at what stories a broad range of artists are telling now. Stories implied, mysterious, compelling, reminiscent, mind-bending, quiet, boisterous, surreal, or everyday. We tried to include many art traditions and media looking for art that makes us ask, ‘What is happening here!?!’

Featuring: Katy Drury Anderson, Nancy Bardach,Gerald Barnes, William Binzen, Linda Lee Boyd, Kay Bradner, Mary DeShaw, Wyn Di Stefano, Myra Eastman, Joeann Edmonds-Matthew, Abigail Lee Goldberger, Paul Goldman, Karl Hauser, Eric Kelly, James Lammers, Shirley Manfredi, Heather McFarlin, Donna Mossholder, Irina Mukhacheva, Roz Ritter, Karen Robinson, Noel Ryan, Gil Sambrano, Mary Shaw, Jen Solomon, Rose Steiner, Claudia Tarantino, Vaidis Valaitis, Judith Williams

Underground Gallery (AWD)  info 
reception: Interpretations
watercolors and mixed media by Liz Schiff and Lynette Porteous
These two artists showcase paintings that reflect their interpretations both of what they see and what they imagine. Inspired by a recent trip to China where Liz purchased an assortment of calligraphy papers, she combines these Chinese papers with bird imagery in a series of mixed media monoprints entitled Flight to China. Lynette takes her inspiration from the world around her. This exhibit features her beautifully rendered watercolor landscapes.

Founders' Gallery (AWD)   info 
reception: Monstrosity new paintings by Naomi Alessandra
This new series of paintings and studies explores themes of otherness and affliction. Inspired by Mary Shelley and her 200-year-old masterpiece Frankenstein, the work addresses ideas related to this often misrepresented literary text—and its resonances in the 21st century—using watercolor, graphite, and various media on paper.

1325 Donors'Gallery info 
reception: The Nature of Nature Maash Pascal
The focus of my work for many years has been The Nature of Nature; its ephemeral and elemental forces, various patterns created by water, the structure of roots and twigs, and imaginary landscape forms, expressed in oil on canvas, and various drawing media. While my current work is focused on aspects of nature, figurative work has also constituted an important portion of my output, in drawing and paintings.

1331 4th st Marin Jewelers Guild  strawberry-icon WineSymbol
reception: 
Swann Freslon
Swann Freslon seeks to create abstract paintings as an exercise of letting go; letting go the flow of her emotions and the viewer’s emotions; to the point where you don’t exactly know how to express what you’re looking at, but you deeply feel it in your soul.

917 C st Youth In Arts    WineSymbol  
exhibition: Work form the Architects in Schools program teaching art, architecture, science, and sustainability to elementary school students.

921 C st Key Tea (5–11:30pm)    strawberry-icon music 
reception: The Artists of Marin Ventures
performance: Ritual Improv Theatre + The Genie; Tickets $10 online $15 door

1206 3rd st Holistic Massage, Krista Kielman (5–9pm)  strawberry-icon 
reception: Krista Kielman
Abstract paintings of mystical landscapes, some of which give the viewer a nebulous feeling whereas other’s suggest entering a spirit realm. After June 8 by appointment.

1020 B st VenturePad   strawberry-icon 
receptoin: Showcasing Nance Miller, Jane Heaphy, and Susan Searway-Fertig
A variety of modern artworks from each artist.

1138 4th st Rileystreet Art Supply (6–9pm)   strawberry-icon WineSymbol music 
receptoin: Youth Poster Contest: Show of Winning Posters 
Winners and Awards Ceremony starts 6pm.
music:  Gary and the Crew

850 4th st Copperfield's Bookstore   music   
music: Copperfield's Books and Jazz in the Neighborhood present the Susan Sutton Trio. The Susan Sutton Trio is a marvel of melodic invention and subtle interplay in the classic piano trio format, with the added feature of Ms. Sutton’s swinging vocals. Performing the standard jazz repertoire along with original compositions by Sutton and those of famed pianist and composer Bryce Rohdes, the trio provides great textural and dynamic variety and is always highly listenable. The trio features Piro Patton on bass and Kendrick Freeman at the drums. 
Food and/or Refreshments are for sale at Taste Cafe

1108 Tamalpais ave The 1180 Gallery 
reception: to be announced

 

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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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