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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
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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  August 10, 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 August 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: Memories, a members juried show, will be in the main gallery. Selected MSA member's art is displayed in our Flex Gallery and our Downstairs Gallery. MSA has 16 artist studios; many will be open to visitors on both floors. Come by and meet the artists!

1340 4th st   Mc Rosky Mattress Company    music
reception: Allyson Seal likes telling stories. “My creative practice is an intuitive one that involves layers, attunement, time, and attention. I see each piece as a process of curiosity and medicine exploring the human experience and the more-than-human world. The past year has been one of awakening and transformation. I used to do a lot of different things--my spiritual practice, my creative practice, my teaching practice. I see now that weaving them all together is my work.”

music: KG Trio plays the music of Thelonious Monk, Horace Silver, Herbie Nichols and more. Exploring the repertoire of '50's bebop and '60's soul jazz, the group enjoys driving chromaticism over a bouncy road, paying homage to the legends of jazz, while forging new paths with compositions of their own. Kevin Gerzevitz - Piano, Gabriel Case - Bass, Rob Rhodes- Dru

1337 4th st  Art Works Downtown  strawberry-icon WineSymbol  
reception: Veer  info 
Curators Theodora Mauro and Tracy Wheeler focus on the mystery of how nothing becomes something in the art making process, balancing in part on an artist’s ability to veer from an original concept towards what’s calling to be made. Windy Chien, Sydney Cohen, Randy Colosky, Amos Goldbaum, Mary Anne Kluth, and Patricia Lyons Stroud passionately embrace the vertigo of not knowing in order to make work that teaches them, piece by piece, about what they’re after. Taken together, the work in Veer offers evidence that allowing oneself to move abruptly away from preconceived goals and expectations can lead to glorious new directions.

Underground Gallery (AWD)  info 
reception: Through A Bird's Eye, Molly Brown
An exhibition of images seen from a bird’s perspective. This collection of mostly new work in oil includes seascapes, landscapes, and abstractions of the natural world. Natural colors, patterns, and atmospheres are paramount. Artist Molly Brown has been trained in scientific illustration and pays great attention to detail in her artwork. This new work is a departure and focuses on mood and color, abstracting land, and seascapes. All of the work can be imagined as how a bird might perceive the world while flying or perched on a branch. Changing the viewer’s perspective is the desire and goal.

Founders' Gallery (AWD)   info 
reception: Drop, Victoria Mara Heilweil
Drop is a meditation on water. The patterns in these images echo my experience of standing at the water’s edge, recording the effects of wind and light upon the surface of the liquid. They demonstrate a moment frozen in time using a fast shutter speed, which reveals the markings and patterns. Because we live in time, we are unable examine these intricate nuances without the use of photography. The camera captures a single fleeting moment that can never be repeated. What appears is a serendipitous surprise to me.  

I began this series with the idea of transforming a familiar, commonplace element from its literal representation into something poetic. The images expose the hidden, mystical features of an otherwise ordinary substance.

1325 Donors'Gallery info 
reception: Botanical Beauty, Bolinas School of Botanical Art Exhibition
The Bolinas School of Botanical Art exhibition celebrates the beauty and intricacy of various plants found growing in West Marin. These accurate plant portraits were created by local Bolinas and Stinson Beach artists. Media used includes graphite, colored pencils and watercolor pencils. A blend of art and science, botanical art captures the essence of plant species. After closely observing and measuring the plant subjects, the artist discovers amazing details. The challenge for the botanical artist is to both describe each plants’ unique qualities and recreate its grace and beauty.

1331 4th st Marin Jewelers Guild  strawberry-icon WineSymbol
reception: 
California Landscapes by John Gowan 

It's an amazing feeling to be close to nature and to study and capture on canvas the beauty that it has to offer.

917 C st Youth In Arts    WineSymbol  kids_icon
exhibition: Work from the Architects in Schools program teaching art, architecture, science, and sustainability to elementary school students.
activity: Arts activities for kids and families.

1020 B st VenturePad   strawberry-icon 
reception: 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 
reception: Yearly RileyStreet Staff Show
music:  Todos Santos

1101 4th st Bank of Marin (6–8pm)  strawberry-icon 
reception: New Works by Marin Ventures
New Works byt the client artists of Marin Ventures, a day program for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

1108 Tamalpais ave The 1180 Gallery 
reception: to be announced
music: to be announced

 

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  • 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
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  • Looking for the paper sign up form? download here

 

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