THE NEXT ARTWALK IS MAY 27th, 2022      7-10 PM

PARTICIPATING VENUES

Gainesville Fine Arts Association

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6 - 9 pm. Come see us first!

GFAA Gallery presents ABSENCE AND PRESENCE: an exhibition of black and white abstract art. On display from May 24 - June 16.
Awards will be presented during the reception at 7pm. Smaller artwork is available for sale in our gift shop.



Contact: Katy Lemle 352-328-5027 for more gallery information.



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1314 S Main St

Civic Media Center

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CMC invites you to join us for GNV Zine Fest! Zines are little booklets that anyone can make. A “do it yourself” art form, zines can be written, drawn, collaged, or all of the above. The only limit is the artists’ own creativity. From 6-9pm, join us to celebrate do-it-yourself art and purchase work from local creators, including The Ashtray, Marginal Man Works, Cross Pollinator, members of the Sequential Artists’ Workshop, and more. The CMC will have comics and poetry chapbooks available for purchase, and an exhibit of zines from the Civic Media Center’s collection will be on display in the space through June.



WEBSITE
433 S Main St.

Sweetwater
Print Co-op

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Sweetwater presents "Still Wet - Do Not Touch!", recent oil paintings by Reid Fogler, many so new the  ARE still wet!


Opening Artwalk reception is 7 -9 pm on Friday, May 27. Show continues through Wednesday, June 22 and may be seen after Artwalk by appointment. (call 352 514-3838).



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117 S. Main Street

 

Swamp City Brewery

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6:00pm to 10:00pm. 
 

Join us for our Moonlight Market on the porch featuring Debra Lindberg's encaustic mixed media artwork. Encaustic, meaning "to burn in" in an ancient art form that uses a mix of beeswax and damar tree resin that dates back to the late 1st century B.C.

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224 NW 2 Ave

The Studios of Grace

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Gia Gelpi from La Selva Art Studios will feature her after-school Maker’s Class end- of-the-year art show from 6-8pm. This art crew is excited to debut theirepic play titled “Boba Tea, Queen Sushi, and The Sus Catsel.”

The Studios of Grace invites the Gainesville community to take a stroll around the courtyard where artists with artists Jay Winter Collins (paintings), Linda Zidonik (mosaics), Christine Brundige (watercolors), and Gia Gelpi (community arts). Guest artists Candace McCaffrey (textile mixed-media) and Kathy Wobie (paintings) will also display their work.

 

For more info on kid camps & classes contact Gia at

www.laselvaartstudios.com

First Magnitude Brewing

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First Magnitude Brewing Co. hosts a varied array of artists and fun. Enjoy the atmosphere of a local craft brewery with indoor and outside displays of art work and music. Food trucks and beverages to meet a variety of tastes.

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1220 SE Veitch St.

Hippodrome Theatre

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The Hippodrome is proud to present an exhibit by painter Michael Ferret.


(352) 375-4477
Anna Verney (Gallery Curator)


WEBSITE
25 SE. 2nd Pl.

The Bull

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Cinbad Carver is an abstract artist who first started painting animal art forms. Her creativity grew with an interest in spray paint and hard lines. Her take on traditional paintings captures the essence of beauty in destruction.


WEBSITE
18 SW 1st Ave

Gainesville Opportunity Center

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Ellie Smith is a young digital artist. Recently she gas been commissioned for character designs and game illustrations for a up and coming video game, “Nocturnal Souls”. She has also worked for painting with a twist helping people learn how to paint. Ellie’s work has been placed in Tresses salon in Melrose FL, Watson’s Realty Co., and the Santa Fe Art Gallery. She received her AA from Santa Fe College and worked with art gallery director Kyle Novak on how to install artwork and set up a gallery.


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1210 Nw. 14th Ave.

Thomas Center Gallery

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The newly-acquired visionary and memory paintings of Between Heaven & Earth – The Paintings of Alyne Harris are part of the City of Gainesville’s Of This Place permanent art collection. This remarkable community cultural asset is on exhibition has been extended until June 4, 2022. For a complete list of programming in support of the exhibit, please visit the Journey to Juneteenth webpage.

The exhibition features 200 paintings by Gainesville native Alyne Harris, who paints to express both her lived experiences and her profound spiritual life.
 

Reception & Art Sale
Friday, June 3rd, 5pm. – 8pm. and Saturday, June 4th. 1pm. – 4pm

WEBSITE
302 NE 6th Avenue

Bingo Deli & Pub

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Laura Predny is a local artist who works in a variety of mediums, including oil painting, nature photography and woodworking. She will have some oil paintings on display as well as nature photos taken in Micanopy with frames that she crafted using locally sourced heritage wood scraps.

 

619 S Main Street, Unit 1A.
(352) 451-4470

(Located in historic South Main Station with Heartwood Soundstage across from Depot Park)

Black C Gallery

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Gallery/Performance Art Space/Black Box Theater


LIGHT DREAMS

May 27 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Special Feature Artist:
Celino Dimitroff

 

A landscape of dreams, an ambiance of mystery, celestial lights on the horizon …
 

Join Black C Art for a collaborative installation featuring works of paper in-process, live and pre-recorded ambient music by artist Tom Miller, and luminescent sculptures courtesy of guest artist, Celino Dimitroff.

 

Hosted by Lauren Warhol Caldwell and Tom Miller.


WEBSITE
111 Se 2nd. Place

Artisans' Guild Gallery

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6:00pm to 10:00pm. 
 

Join us for our Moonlight Market on the porch featuring Debra Lindberg's encaustic mixed media artwork. Encaustic, meaning "to burn in" in an ancient art form that uses a mix of beeswax and damar tree resin that dates back to the late 1st century B.C.

WEBSITE

224 NW 2 Ave

Cypress & Grove Brewery

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We are hosting local artist Milan Hopper's work during Artwalk. He uses repurposed materials like found wood, as well as recycled house paints that are found at local hazardous waste collection sites. We also will be featuring live music.


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1001 NW 4th St.

 

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