THE NEXT ARTWALK IS FRIDAY, JUNE 24th, 2022, 7-10 PM
(some venue hours vary)


JUNE PARTICIPATING VENUES

Gainesville Fine Arts Association

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6 - 9 pm. Come see us first!
 

GFAA Gallery presents 2022 SUMMER SHOWCASE: a showcase of the area's latest and greatest work. On display from June 23 - July 23. 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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Local artist and experience designer, Kristin Powers, presents, “Emotional Exchange.” This collaborative community event invites participants to share emotions, stories, and art

inspired by the last two years. Participants will have an opportunity to find a piece that resonates with them and take it home. A “creative release” station will be set up for

participants to make and leave a piece for someone else. Share a poem, a story, a joke, a sketch, or a masterpiece. Emotional Exchange is about the give and take of vulnerability, the willingness to share, and the deep connections that can be formed through creative expression.



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433 S Main St.

Sweetwater
Print Co-op

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Presents Leslie Peebles: "Waxing Poetic", an exhibit of relief prints combined with encaustic wax medium that play with atmosphere, depth and surface and the heart of the natural world.

Opening reception is 7-9 pm on Friday, June 24. Show closes Wednesday, July 27 and may be seen after Artwalk by appointment (call Joon Thomas, 352 514-3838).



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117 S. Main Street

Swamp City Brewery

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Join Swamp City for an Artisan Market, featuring Rogue Aesthetic Woodwork, Alix Knowles, King Bada, Casey Schmelz, and other local artists who specialize in a variety of art mediums. At 8pm,

singer/songwriter, Brian Bielanski, will take the stage for a free acoustic rock concert. The market and

concert are both free and open to the public, so come out to explore the vast diversity of pieces by various artists, as well as the music and vibes!

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716 N Main St.

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
 

3146 NW 13th St. 32609

Phone: 407-451-9107

Behind Grace Presbyterian Church

First Magnitude Brewing

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Come by for local Brews, outdoor and indoor display of art and seating. Great atmosphere, live music, and food trucks to feed your thirst and soul.

 

Have a birthday or big personal or corporate event coming up? First Magnitude is your destination for

events and celebrations big or small!

 

We have options from fully and semi-private rentals to just reserving free tables in our roomy beer garden

or warehouse space! 🍻

 

To learn more and to get in touch with us about your options, fill out our event request form HERE.


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1220 SE Veitch St.

Hippodrome Theatre

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Move over, Thelma and Louise!

 

When Lana Mae Hopkins, owner and proprietress of the Wishy Washy Washateria, hires Katie to help out in the laundromat, they soon find themselves up to their elbows in soap, suds, and cheatin’ hearts. Take a ride to Nashville

heaven with classic country songs you love like

 

"Stand By Your Man," "These Boots Are Meant For Walking," "Before He Cheats" and more!


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


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25 SE. 2nd Pl.

The Bull

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Josh Wilson – Particular Personhood

 

Exhibit Information: This artist

contends that each one of the paintings in this collection of portraits and abstracts is a self representation.

 

Live music, outdoor seating, and more!


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18 SW 1st Ave

Gainesville Opportunity Center

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Artist of the month Arleen Wolf. Arleen did Paint By Numbers with us this month, where we used a personal photo that was uploaded to a website PBNify.com.

We created the image into a PBN. We will have them on display during Artwalk. Arleen will be promoting her book.

 

Contact info

Maggie Hannon


WEBSITE
1210 Nw. 14th Ave.

The AUK Market

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Moisturizer Gallery is an 
independent gallery 
showing relevant, contemporary art. We are an artist-run, nonprofit community center. Showcasing art, music, benefits, UF Exhibitions, and events. Moisturizer represents burgeoning artists from local, national, and international communities. We exhibit well shown artists in tandem with relatively unknown, unshown artists. Moisturizer curates to ensure that we include 50% or higher of LGBTQ+, BIPOC, Asian, Jewish, and female artists.

At Curia on the Drag Property.

WEBSITE
2031 Nw. 6th St.

Bingo Deli & Pub

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Samm Wehman is a passionate animal-loving artist specializing in vibrant and whimsical custom pet portraits and animal artwork. She

paints on a variety of surfaces including canvas, reclaimed wood, repurposed materials, ornaments, mugs, wine glasses, wall murals

and more! If you’re local to Gainesville, you’ll likely see her at local art shows and featured

in several local businesses around town! You can find more information on her website

SammWehmanArt.com
 

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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THE WEIGHT OF IT ALL Art by Iris Coe-Gross

 

Iris Coe-Gross is a Gainesville native and guest artist for June Artwalk at Black C Art. She began creating during an illness and has continued to find healing in art since. She works in various mediums but is

most passionate about using her favorite technique of freehand contour drawing.

 

"Freehand work gives me the freedom of expressing my intuitive

creative truth. With all my contour art collections, I enjoy using 
freehand and ink as a metaphor for life's twists of fate - no turning back, no redos, no starting over, the 
present as it will be."

- Iris Coe-Gross


WEBSITE
111 Se 2nd. Place

Artisans' Guild Gallery

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Please join us for our Moonlit Market.

 

Hours for Artwalk Gainesville are
6 to 9 pm. Artistic Gifts for Grads, Newlyweds and Dads.

 

Enjoy refreshments, music and conversation with area artists and makers. For more information

give us a call, 352-378-1383.

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224 NW 2 Ave

Cypress & Grove Brewery

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“WHEN PAINT DRIES”
A photography and painting by

Lara Diblasio and shade sachs. Working separately, Lara and shade have created images of scenes as

quiet as they are colorful. Lara's "manic still life' photographs are placed in conversation with shade's painted portals to scrape away at the

surfaces of mental illness and love. Just as Lara brings conversations on bipolar & sexuality to the forefront of her work, shade offers up an

ambiguous eclipse of addiction. Equal parts.


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1001 NW 4th St.