7 - 10 pm in Beautiful Downtown Gainesville, Florida
Stop by our tent on the corner of Bo Diddley Plaza to pick up a map!
At the Lunchbox Cafe on the corner of
Bo Diddley Plaza
SWEETWATER PRINT COOP
117 South Main St (first floor)
Sweetwater presents Leslie Peebles: "Walk Between Worlds", a combination of paintings, drawings, and prints that explores Peebles' artistic journey between the natural world and the dream world. "The dream world guides my artistic path, and the beauty of the natural world is an endless source of inspiration." Show runs through March 26 and may be seen after Artwalk by calling Sue Jester, 378-3822.
ELEANOR BLAIR STUDIO & GALLERY
113 S. Main Street
A Viewing of Digital Monoprints and Mixed Media Images By Anne Seraphine. Anne makes art in North Central Florida, exploring flora and fauna through variety of media, most beginning with a digital image--creative photography, monoprints (photo transfers), oil painting and mixed media. Anne has a PhD from the University of Florida and studied art at Bowling Green State University and Santa Fe College. She lives in Gainesville with her husband, David Miller, and her little red dog.
115 South Main Street (upstairs)
Award winning acrylic artist Alfred Phillips is exhibiting new paintings from his "Urban Grit" series upstairs in The Tench building. Mr. Phillips is a new resident artist at The Tench and this will be the first opportunity for the public to view what a recent art reviewer described as "extraordinary" and "mesmerizing" work. Alfred Phillips recently relocated to Gainesville after ten years living and painting in Fort Lauderdale. He has sold work internationally and his art has appeared in Watercolor Magazine, The Ellen Degeneres Show, and The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.
ARTISANS' GUILD GALLERY
Union Street Station 201 SE 2nd Place #113
Union Street Station - across from the Hippodrome201 SE 2nd Place #113 "LIKE AN INDOOR ARTS FESTIVAL; Featuring a wide variety of locally-created of Fine Arts and Fine Crafts by 50 regional artists."Music provided by John and Lisa Johnson playing everything from Hawaiian to Swing!
10 a.m.- 7 p.m. Monday -Saturday,
noon - 5 p.m. Sundays.
Union Street Station
201 SE 2nd Place #113
Gainesville, Florida 32601
PERSONA VINTAGE CLOTHING & COSTUMES
201 SE 2 Pl #114
Merryl Malter is an emerging glass artist. She has developed her own unique style in the form of the shot glass. Here she is able to explore new techniques and create a form with which people can continue to celebrate over and over again. Her latest techniques include cobalt blue glass, which is silver fumed with accents to bring out spectacular mother-of-pearl-like colors.
She is most well known for the 2 -5 cm implosion she creates on the bottom of her glasses of clear origin, which is accented with a mixture of colors created within her designs. This implosion is a spectacular colorful 3D creation. Merryl's glasses are in personal collections all over the world spanning from Israel, Germany, Taiwan and all throughout the United States.
AMERICAN INSTITUTES OF ARCHITECTS (AIA), Gainesville Chapter
315 SE Second Ave.
Following the success of the ART X ARCHITECTS exhibition during Art Walk in October of last year, architects from the Gainesville area are assembling a diverse display of Bird Houses for the February Art Walk. Each Bird House is the creation of a local architect, all in the design spirit and philosophy of world famous architects. With design inspiration ranging from Frank Lloyd Wright’s prairie houses to Antonio Gaudi’s fantastic art nouveau designs in Barcelona, Art Walk visitors will see many intriguing and creative Bird House inventions.
THRIFT 5 BOUTIQUE
18b SW 2nd Ave
Join Pledge 5 Foundation at Thrift 5 Boutique, a thrift store dedicated to bringing you second hand, high-end antiques and artwork at an affordable price. For more information visit pledge5.org.
101 SE 2nd Pl. Suite 119
Jambo Africa! is a collection of African and Africa-related visual and performance art created and composed by local artists. February will include a wide range of Africa-inspired handcrafted & designed T-shirts by Ras Justo Luis Rodriguez, African Rhythm's by The Lost Safari Drummers, and hand-crafted beadwork by the Students in African Studies at Santa Fe College.
CIVIC MEDIA CENTER
433 S. Main Street
JEnjoy an interactive and innovative art show and art raffle brought to you by CerridwenWorks! Experience the beautiful work of gifted visual and performance artists and share via open mic.
Artists include: Valerie Christine, Charles Ely, Daniel Ballard, Mike Garvin, Whitney Sunflower Jones, Krsnaa Fitch, Shyne Loper, Dr Sinn's Freak Island Musical Sideshow. All raffle profits go to support the artists in the show. Beer and wine, as well as light refreshments, are available upon donation. $5-15 sliding scale donation
SEQUENTIAL ARTISTS WORKSHOP
435 S. Main Street #2
Dash Shaw Workshop Show. Students from all over the country have come to the week-long workshop to learn comics and animation under Dash Shaw, and we will be showing the work they've created this week at SAW. This show is in conjunction with shows at FLA and Gallery Protocol showcasing Shaw's own work.
WILD IRIS BOOKS
22 SE 5th Ave, Ste D (Behind CMC)
Johnny Rocket Ibanez is an illustrator, designer and painter who focuses on the convergence of different mediums to translate pen and ink illustration. Having been primarily a performing poet for 16+ years , Johnny comes to visual art as a poet and concentrates on visual metaphor and all of the ways one can convey them.
Although Johnny graduated a few times, with a BA in English, an AS in Graphic Design and Digital Media, and a Certification in Interactive Media Design, art making has been a lifelong process. When not making things, Johnny lives and travels with a wife and two dogs who think they are a cat and a bear, respectively.
THE REPURPOSE PROJECT
519 S. Main Street
CALL TO ARTISTS! Does your art reflect sustainability? Does your art use 90% recycled materials? Would you like to display your art at the Hippodrome Art Gallery? Bring by some photos or samples of your art for consideration!
The Repurpose Project is a non-profit community based effort to divert useful resources from the landfill, redirect these items to the public for art and education, inspire creativity, and help us all rethink what we throw away. As always, our community tables will be available for crafting and our warehouse of reclaimed art supplies will be open for shopping!
534 SW 4th Ave
4Most presents “INVESTMENT”, an installation by current Artist-in-Resident of the 4Most Gallery, Giang Lien Pham. The exhibit investigates notions of worth and value through metaphor of the body and material. The one-night installation incorporates rice, video, and writing. More of Pham's work can be viewed at www.altimablossom.net
Artwalk Gainesville / Arts Association of Alachua County