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WineSymbol    venues with wine supporting art walk
strawberry-icon   venues with refreshments
music   venues with live music or DJ
yellowstar  venues with performance or demo  
kids_icon  venues with activities
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Enjoy galleries, open studios, art exhibits, live music and refreshments as you stroll in downtown San Rafael. Anchored by Art Works Downtown galleries and artist studios, the 2nd Friday Art Walk links venues along downtown Fourth Street the second Friday of each month

2019 Art Walk dates: 1/11, 2/8, 3/8, 4/12, 5/10, 6/14, 7/12, 8/9, 9/13, 10/11, 11/8, 12/13

To learn how to participate click here   


Art Walk map for 
July 12, 2019  5-8pm*

*Open hours vary depending on the venue. See current listings on this website page during week of the Art Walk. Printed  Maps are available at participating venues during the week of the Art Walkdownload July 2019 map  

1611 4th st  Rebound Bookstore  
exhibition: Drawings in Morocco and Rome; a Woman’s Memory
Sparse, disarming, whimsical drawings, haikus of vision; like dry wine, a thought half-remembered, but never forgotten... Marcia S. Dalva is a Marin County ceramic artist. She has been doing fired and glazed clay work for over 30 years.Unique works, never previously shown, on display in the Rebound Bookstore. The drawings are also gathered in a limited edition hardbound and softbound journal, Drawings in Morocco and Rome. Signed, limited editions for sale at The Rebound Bookstore.

1515 3rd st  Marin Society of Artists strawberry-icon 
reception: California Mind, an MSA members show that explores the brain and thoughts of a Californian. In addition, MSA has two floors of galleries showing MSA members art, as well as artists studio open the public. Come by and meet the artists!

1408 mission st Falkirk Cultural Center   strawberry-icon  music 
reception: 
Watercolor & Kate Peper Pop-Up Exhibit
Join us for the soft opening of the California Watercolor Association Exhibit and meet special guest artist, Kate Peper. On the first floor, Kate will have paintings on display as well as t-shirts and hand-made greeting cards for sale. The three galleries on the second floor will be open to preview the CWA exhibit, open 7/19-8/24. More information available at www.falkirkculturalcenter.org  and www.peperprojects.com 

1337 4th st   Art Works Downtown  strawberry-icon WineSymbol  
reception:   Sense of Place  info 
The seemingly common term place can relate to an almost infinite variety of associations. For example, place can relate to a sense of security, impermanence, immigration, pride, social roles, geographic location, and atmosphere. Place is particularly important to Art Works Downtown because a major function of our public offering is creative place-keeping. By maintaining a 140-year-old building to house and share visual arts, artist studios, low-income housing, retail businesses, and more, Art Works Downtown offers a place for constructive and creative interaction. You are invited to explore this dynamic group exhibition and to expand your own Sense of Place.
Juror: Griff Williams

  Underground Gallery (AWD)   info 
reception: Richard Weinberger
My painting style is basically figurative. I’m fascinated by the properties of oil paints and the dynamics of its colors. I use a limited palette in each one of my pieces, to set a mood and to try and bring out feelings and emotion. My subjects are whatever interests me. Edgar Degas talks about ambiguity and I leave it to the viewer to experience my paintings and form their own conclusions.

Founders' Gallery (AWD)   info  
reception: 
The Bark Beetle, Liam Ericson, Pavel Acevedo
Bark beetles tunnel and etch marks into wood. In some way, this represents the process artists Liam Ericson and Pavel Acevedo employ as linocut and woodblock artists. Ericson states, “our work is really just about the human story: history, immigration, changes in culture, storytelling, and our ever-changing perspectives and interpretations.” Bark Beetle will feature a cross-section of works by these two unique and dynamic printmaking artists.

1325 Donors'Gallery info 
reception:  
Marin Tranquility, Urban Calm, 
Solo Exhibition of Paintings by Mary Anne McKernie inspired by the natural and built environments of the Bay Area. McKernie’s color palette can be traced to years of design and color consulting. To achieve luminosity, she employs full-spectrum hues and uses intense color sparingly. This exhibition offers the opportunity for viewers enjoy the visual harmony of familiar environments.

1331 4th st  Marin Jewelers Guild   strawberry-icon WineSymbol
reception: Louise Kleinsorge Williams
photographer/digital artist

917 C st Youth In Arts    WineSymbol  kids icon
exhibition: 
Towers of Power: Architects in Schools 
Work from at Fourth and Fith Graders at Laurel Dell 
activities: Hands on art project for all aged: Create your own tower of power in our new art lab.

1138 4th st Rileystreet Art Supply   strawberry-icon WineSymbol  music 
reception:  
SeeCareThinkAct, Works in Acrylic and Linocut Prints
Tim Park is a conscious painter and printmaker. His work informs and inspires change in our persons, for our environment, for the protection of beings (human or animal.) This work includes paintings that ask us to extend compassion to more beings and in more spheres of influence. A new series of prints, entitled Drawing Up Drawdown, are to be shared via social media to help publicize Paul Hawken’s Drawdown initiative for climate change reversal. Another series of prints are historic buildings and plants of note from sites we need to preserve and protect. 
music: Gary and the Crew

905 4th st Crome Architecture   strawberry-icon 
reception: 
How Many Mouths, Isis Hockenos 
Bay Area artist Isis Hockenos is young as artists go, but honors the ancient in her style of expression. She paints human presence, performing ancient and present day tasks such as sheering, raking, fishing, harvesting and cooking (Kitchen Rump to Rump). Her Primitive beast-like creatures dancing and feasting, balance the symbolic life balance of work and play.

 881 4th st Vin Antico Loft  music
exhibition: 
Gail Anderson
Living on the West Coast almost her entire life is probably why water, beaches, and fishing figure prominently in Gail’s paintings. She often paints multiple figures in a painting from a bird’s eye view with a bit of whimsy added.
music: 
Amanda Addlemen, jazz duo, 8pm-10pm

 846 4th st Glaze & Confused Pottery & Gallery 
reception: 
Fine artworks including ceramics, painting and more.

emPOWER Utility Box Art Project 
installation:
 emPOWER Utility Box Art Project
Social media moment: Snap a pic with up to six beautifully painted utility boxes -- #emPOWERboxes. Tag us! @ArtWorksDowntown @SanRafaelCoC

A beautification project developed by the 2019 cohort of the Leadership Institute -- a program of the San Rafael Chamber of Commerce. Six talented, San Rafael-based artists/artists groups were selected to design their vision of the “Spirit of San Rafael”. Join us in celebrating art in unexpected places as you enter downtown San Rafael. Featured artists and utility box locations:

 

 

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