On Saturday, January 14 ART Station will present an art stroll through the ART Station Galleries (at the main ART Station location at5384 Manor Drive) and the four Arts Incubator Galleries onMain StreetandMountain Street from7 – 9:30 p.m.The event is free and open to the public, but obtaining a passport to the event is recommended.
Passports are free of charge and may be picked up at ART Station, at the South Town Gallery at 933 Main Street, Center Town Gallery at 951A Main Street, at the North Town Gallery at 977 Main Street, or at the East Town Gallery at 5347 East Mountain Streetprior to the night of the event.
Passports are not required for admission but do give patrons privileges on the Art Stroll. If a patron visits all five galleries and gets their ticket punched at each gallery, they are entered into a drawing for Gift Certificates redeemable in all of the Galleries. Certificates are for $100, $50, and $25. In order to be eligible for the drawing, the passports must be turned in at the upstairs ART Station Gallery by no later than 9:15 p.m. on the evening of the event. Patrons do not have to be present to win.
The Art Stroll includes the following shows and galleries: ART Station Galleries at5384 Manor Drive presenting: “Pareidolia” by Eddie Carpenter, a 3-D Invitational art show, and the Winter ART Station Member Juried Exhibition. Just up the street from ART Station is the new South Town Gallery, at933 Main Street, which features baker Angelica Kalonji in Kalonji’s Bakery and Cafe. Artwork on display in Kalonji’s Bakery and Cafe is by Judith Surowiec. The Stroll also includes Center Town Gallery located at 951AMain Street showcasing the galleries and studios of Bill Leavell (graphite), Debbie Thigpen (enamel on copper and stain glass) and Tracie Hawkins (quilting and painting). The Stroll continues with the North Town Gallery at977 Main Street showcasing the gallery and studio of potter Angie Williams and new SMart, Inc. artistMeredith Bridges (leather, wood-turning & book making). The final stop is the East Town Gallery at5347 East Mountain Street, featuring the studio and gallery of sculptorSusan Ryles and a consignment gallery with work from 7 additional artists.
Music, light food and drink are provided for the Art Stroll.