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2nd Friday Art Walk

Art Walk Canceled April 10 

Dear Artists and Patrons,

Art Works Downtown and the Art Walk will be closed during the state-wide shelter in place order. As this situation continues to evolve, we recognize our schedule could change and we will update you through email, our website, and social media for the most current information.


We wish everyone health and safety.


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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

2020 Art Walk dates: 1/10, 2/14, 3/13, 4/10, 5/8, 6/12, 7/10, 8/14, 9/11, 10/9, 11/13, 12/11

To learn how to participate click here   

Next Art Walk: to be announced

*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 2020 map 

March exhibitions available for viewing during business hours

1611 4th st  Rebound Bookstore  
exhibition: Kate Pepper’s Big Show! 10 years of watercolor
“I am excited by gardens of all kinds, in whatever state of glory or disrepair. I love to paint at high noon, when shadows are at their most intense. Marin has been my home for 25 years. and I feel blessed to be surrounded by so much natural beauty. Color and light are everything.” 

1553 4th st  Atelier 1553 (4–8pm)  
reception: Silent Auction: Orso Czerny, Mixed Media Artist
Bid on an original work of art by artist Orso Czerny either live in our studio on Fri, March 13, 5-8pm or by email by March 12 (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) Czerny’s multidisciplinary practices are paddles with which he navigates; the compasses guiding him forth - revealing the ritual of creating that binds him to the deeper meanings of being alive and what it means to be human. “Nature is the true conductor, I am a note, and the things I create are the bridges between.”

1515 3rd st  Marin Society of Artists strawberry-icon 
reception: Colors and Moods
A members show with paintings, photography, sculpture, ceramics, and more. Show prizes chosen by Barbara Lawrence. In the Flex Gallery and Downstairs Galleries, MSA members artwork will be on display. Many art studios will be open to the public, come and meet the artists.

1408 Mission Falkirk Cultural Centerstrawberry-icon  WineSymbol  music
Falkirk Spring 2020 Juried Exhibition, 3/13/20-4/10/20 
California Pride, Capture the natural beauty of California. We are thrilled to present a colorful and creative exhibition of mixed media. Exhibiting artists: Bob Amos, Sheldon Bachus, Eric Von Berg, Birgitta Bower, John Bucklin, John Cobb, Christin Coy, Bernd Enders, Geraldine GaNun, Neil Goldstein, Stuart Gourlay, Ruan Hoe, Susan Hontalas, Elizabeth Kendall, Jenny Kennedy, Connie Kirk, Jeremy Littman, James Marc, Carol Myer, Cornelia Nevitt, Emily Peairs, Kate Peper, Bill Prochnow, Radha Rao, Karen Robinson, Chantal Saperstein, William Scharf, Krista Simandl, Sharon Hind-Smith, Aidan Swan, Rae Ann Williams, and Douglas Woodman.
music: Dolce Duetto, 5-6:30pm

1340 4th st McRoskey Mattress Company strawberry-icon  WineSymbol  music
A Life in Photography Reimagined, Larry Davidson
The Collage Series
music: Mundo Rio 

1337 4th st   Art Works Downtown  strawberry-icon WineSymbol  
reception100 Years of Freedom info 
100 Years of Freedom honors the centennial anniversary of women’s right to vote in the United States with artwork that explores the concept of freedom. This exhibition brings together diverse expressions of freedom, from depictions of important historical and contemporary figures and iconic symbolism to personal interpretations and celebrations of art as an act of freedom.

Underground Gallery (AWD)  info 
Between Being, Melanie Lan 
“I am fascinated by the mythology of shape-shifting. My art practice incorporates the hypothesis that human beings are just as sensitive as other species. Some creatures will only mate at the light of the full moon, and my paintings explore the possibility that humans are just as sensitive in immeasurable ways: sensitive to the feelings of others, sensitive to the words we hear and the ways people treat us, sensitive to the weight of inequalities. I do my best to pay tribute to the sensitive creatures, the ones who are affected by the push and pull of the moon, and the people who shape-shift to stay alive.”

Founders' Gallery (AWD)   info  
reception: Moments of Introspection, Bing Zhang 
I tend to paint people in moments of introspection or concentration. I want to capture moments when people show their real character and mood which are normally hidden behind the mask they put on in public. I try to tell stories that show the hidden truth which reflects people’s relationship, their living condition, their mental state, their interests, and other aspects of their disposition in the world. My goal is to search out the humanity within these situations.

• Donors' Gallery (AWD)   info  
2020 Vision
Artwork by Terra Linda High School students

• Artist Wall (AWD)   info  
The Women We've Become, Curator: Isabelle Winstead
In celebration of the centennial anniversary of women's suffrage, The Women We've Become explores feminism through supporting and recognizing the achievements and individuality of six young women senior high school students from the Tamalpais High School Class of 2020. This exhibition gives voice to a bright new generation through personal photography and statement essays providing an intimate look into the girls' passions, inspirations, and accomplishments. Artists: Isabel Anderson, Nikki Batroff, Kyrie Rogers, Dillan Ross, Julia Wong , Isabelle Winstead

1331 4th st  Marin Jewelers Guild   strawberry-icon WineSymbol
 Helen Steele, abstract figurative work in acrylics
“As I work and rework my canvas the image appears sometimes only to elude me then to reassert itself much later."

917 C st Youth In Arts   strawberry-icon WineSymbol kids_icon
Rising Stars: 29th Annual Marin County High School Art Show
Featuring over 120 works from 14 public, private, and alternative high schools.

activity: Hands-on arts activity in our free community art lab

5th ave & C st City of San Rafael Parking Structure
Public Art Installation @ the corner of 5th Ave. & C St.
This 1st of 3 installations features artwork by a local adult artist, Isabel Hayes and an untitled collaborative piece created by Willow Creek Academy, K-1 students. In collaboration with and celebration of the DSRAD, the City’s Parking Division transformed an old parking sign for this unique project. Isabel Hayes' painting Visions of San Rafael. 

1138 4th st Rileystreet Art Supply   strawberry-icon WineSymbol music
reception: Flowers, Mary Greenberg
Mary Greenberg began her painting in Detroit, Michigan where she received early recognition for her artistic talent. She studied at the prestigious Jean Henry School of Impressionist Art in SF and apprenticed with Jerry Stitt, renowned American Watercolor Society member. Her work has been featured in art galleries throughout the U.S. and collectors of her work are from the SF Bay Area as well as throughout the U.S. and Europe. Greenberg’s recent floral paintings reflect her fascination with color and the inspiration she finds in nature. 10% of sales will be donated to Celebrate Life Breast Cancer Foundation.
music: Gary and the Crew

846 4th st Glaze & Confused Pottery & Gallery  strawberry-icon  music kids_icon
receptionBlake Jordan, Veronica Flores, Rob Bilek, Red Wolf, Travis Nieditch, Lynn Hutt and Horny Mike from Counting Cars TV Show (History Channel). 
music: Pardon the Interruption and Sean Rowe 
activity: Throw for free on pottery wheels.

emPOWER Utility Box Art Project 
 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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