THE NEXT ARTWALK IS FRIDAY, AUGUST 26th, 2022, 7-10 PM
(some venue hours vary)
CHECK BACK SOON FOR AUGUST VENUE LIST
JULY PARTICIPATING VENUES
Gainesville Fine Arts Association
6 - 9 pm. Come see us first!
GFAA Gallery presents THE BEAUTIFUL MIND: Exploring Mental Health Through Art. On display from July 28 - Aug 20. 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.
1314 S Main St
Civic Media Center
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.
433 S Main St.
Picture Planes, an exhibition of oil paintings by Logan Marconi and mixed media collages by Valerie Aslakson-Jennings. Both artists push their chosen materials to explore a sense of space. Opening reception is 7-9 pm on Friday, July 29 (call Joon Thomas for appt., 352 514-3838).
117 S. Main Street
Gainesville Opportunity Center
Our artists this month is Nauki and Sonny.We are Tiyavoin, Tiya in the Mano tribe meaning light, and Voin in Russian meaning warrior. We like to share our cultures and learn from others through art and music :) We have handmade gypsy jewelry: chokers, adjustable waist wraps, adjustable anklet/bracelet/ chokers. We work with Soni’s father in Liberia to share their art and culture with us through hand-painted hand-carved wooden masks. His family makes African bead jewelry that we have for donation pay.
First Magnitude Brewing
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.
1220 SE Veitch St.
Flowers and Pollinators. The Hippodrome Gallery is pleased to present Flowers and Pollinators, a series of digital collages by Heather Bjorn inspired by terra firma and the pollinators who punctuate it. On view this summer through August 10th.
Anna Verney (Gallery Curator)
25 SE. 2nd Pl.
Artisans' Guild Gallery
Last chance to save on Red Dot Specials.
Enjoy refreshments, music and conversation with area artists and makers. For more information
give us a call, 352-378-1383.
224 NW 2 Ave
Cypress & Grove Brewery
“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.
1001 NW 4th St.
Bingo Deli & Pub
Yard Works, is a collection of photographs by local artist Edie Schaub. These photos were taken throughout the last few years, in and around her yard…during a time when she had turned her focus to learning about gardening and honing her photography skills. Each photo is a study of light, composition and botany.
619 S Main Street, Unit 1A.
(Located in historic South Main Station with Heartwood Soundstage across from Depot Park)
Black C Gallery
A Conjured Journey: Digital Collage by Ani Collier, Curated by Lauren Warhol Caldwell and Tom Miller. Through the lens of artist Ani Collier, we experience the creative marriage between imagery, imagination and structure. Thereby, the ordinary becomes profound. Ani’s digital collage studies, presented on metal canvasses, evoke the architecture of the human soul.
111 Se 2nd. Place
Swamp City Brewery
This month, SwampCity will be hosting a live glass blowing demonstration in our courtyard by our Featured Artist, Bryan McCauley of Note Glass, 6pm-10pm. Come out and watch him work his magic, while you enjoy Happy Hour specials at our bar 4:20pm-7:10pm, food from Eddy's Patty 6pm-10pm, and the beautiful sounds of New Nostalgia on the stage 7pm-9pm.
716 N Main St.
A. QUINN JONES MUSEUM
Blues Pioneers and Their Progeny
Journey through time in the company of the greatest Blues musicians of the 20th Century in this 40 piece folk-art style exhibi-tion featuring work by artist Ty the Portrait Guy.
This show pays tribute to the legendary artists who shaped American music and influenced the many sounds in Jazz, R&B, Gospel, Country and Soul heard today.
1013 NW 7th Avenue