First Friday Art Walk
November 03, 2017
Fall is in the air and First Friday is a great way to enjoy the cooler evenings!
The Arts Consortium (300 E. Oak Ave.) is kicking off their BIG event TASTE THE ARTS!!! We have asked the participating artists to bring us an example of their work they will be showing at Taste the Arts on Saturday October 14. Come in and find your favorite artist to visit on the 14th! Taste the Arts is also a good place to start your holiday shopping season! Buy local and support local artists!
Arts Visalia (214 E. Oak Ave.) Arts Visalia is pleased to host Jamie Boley’s exhibition entitled Standing in the Gap of the Here and In-Between. The works on view for this exhibition were also a part of Jamie’s senior thesis in CSU Fresno’s Graduate show. The purpose of her exhibition is to use her deeply felt connection with the landscape to signify a sense of longing that will bridge the gaps between reality and representation.
Brandon-Mitchell Gallery (117 S. Locust) Present and past employees of Josten’s have band together for the “Friends” show. A variety of work from the talented people of Josten’s will delight the senses.
Clay Cafe (10117 Mineral King) Clay Cafe always is a fun spot for Date Night and now the fun includes wine! Come in and work with your honey on a fun art project!
Gold Star Barbershop (110 E. Man St) is featuring Brent Mosley. Brent will be showing his digital art that he creates on his iPhone. Come check out Brent’s unique work!
Grace Note Music (809 W. Oak Ave.) Grace Note is always a great stop to hear music and find out more about how they are making Visalia a musical place to live!
Lancaster Creations (105 S. Church) is featuring Jamie Davis. Jamie’s work is colorful and has interesting textures. Please drop in!
Oak Street Fitness (309 W. Oak Ave.) John Smith is featuring his unique art and will be leading a drum circle!
Pita Kabob (225 N. Court) Pita Kabob will be featuring an art show titled “Real Is A Feeling”, featuring a 7’ metal sculpture and mixed media works by Aaron Gomes. Aaron mixes India ink, gesso paint and, most recently, metal sculpture work, to create an otherworldly organic garden of fictitious plants and geometric shapes. Pita Kabob will also feature and vinyl DJ sets by the Tastemakers Crew.
The Source LGBT+ Center (208 W. Main St., Suite B) Betty Berk will be showing her vibrant oil paintings. Please come in and see her fabulous work and find out what great work The Source provides to the community!
210 Cafe (210 W. Center) Glen Hill is an art educator at Porterville College & Golden Hills Community College. Glen will be featuring his landscapes, Plein Air and small works at 210 Cafe this month.
An extra bonus, Glen will be the featured artist at the Arts Consortium in November featuring his figurative works and sculptures! Mark your calendar and enjoy Glen’s work at both venues!!
Take a ride on the trolley or enjoy a stroll in the cool fall weather and visit downtown Visalia for the best art in Tulare County!
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