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Washington Art Walk: Stroll Downtown and Eye Local Talent

I remember when I first started Re-Discover Washington and began featuring local artists on the blog, how somebody left a very sweet comment saying that this helped them see Washington in a much different artistic light. Our town might be small, but it boasts with many talented artists. What better way to admire their work, than stroll downtown on Friday evening or Saturday and look at beautiful paintings, sculptures and photographs?

The first Washington Art Walk was held last year in fall, and it enjoyed tremendous success. The local galleries and artists have teamed up again to bring you this wonderful event. There is no charge involved, and the Art Walk this spring features 13 locations. Take a look at the map for more details.

Washington Art Walk Map 2

Washington Art Walk Map 1

 

You can pick up your map for the Art Walk at any of these participating locations: Art Can Do, The Art Center Gallery, Fern & Sycamore, I. B. Nuts and Fruit Too, Gary Lucy Gallery, Pogue Sculpture Studio, Cowan’s Restaurant. Don’t miss to stop by I.B. Nuts and Fruit Too on Elm Street to see some of my newest Washington fine art prints on metal and canvas. Slava Bowman Photography will have some exclusive specials for the Art Walk. On Friday evening from 5-8pm I.B. Nuts and Fruit Too will also be having their official Grand Opening of their new location (200 Elm St. – across from Schroeder Drug).They will have wine tastings with Augusta WineryMontelle Winery, and White Mule Winery and samples of their new gluten-free products and Todd Geisert Farms.

I am very excited to be part of the Art Walk! Come and see me at I.B. Nuts & Fruit Too!

I am very excited to be part of the Art Walk! Come and see me at I.B. Nuts & Fruit Too!

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About Slava

I am a twenty-something Bulgarian girl in the USA, re-discovering the world through the lens.

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