Warren Court Art Walk

The Warren Court Art Walk–Saturday, May 22nd & Sunday, May 23rd from 11:00am to 5:00pm

Local artists Sybil Archibald, Wendy Bellermann, and Leslie Goldman have been prolific during the pandemic and they’ve decided it’s time to make lemonade out of lemons. If people can't go to the galleries, the galleries can come to the people! Sybil, Leslie and Wendy have curated a one-block art walk with 18 outstanding local artists. It will be a wonderful weekend of art, fun, and community connection. Stroll down a beautiful block in the Montrose Park Historic District and experience vibrant creativity from our local artists. Purchase your favorites before they sell out.

Among the many disciplines on display will be: painting, ceramics, sculpture, jewelry, textiles, photography, printmaking, book arts, and collage. 

Live demonstrations of jade carving and monotype printmaking among others will be presented along with a variety of free raffles and refreshments.

On Saturday there will be live acoustic music by Steve Jones from 1-4pm at #48

This is an outdoor event and covid safe rules will be in effect. Wear your mask and enjoy!

Participating Artists:
Leslie Goldman wildcherryart.com
Sybil Archibald sybilarchibaldart.com
Wendy Bellermman bellermannarts.com
Amelia Panico ameliapanico.com/index
Carol Black Lemonblacklemonart.com
Annie McGinnis-Issa AnnieIssaCeramics.com
Aaron Lifschultz designsbyaron.com
Cat Delett delett.com
Fred Courts http://studiotoursoma.com/.../45-warren-court-south.../
Jay Pingree sixfootsixstudio.com
Jeremy Moss mosspix.com
Joan Diamond https://joandiamond.art
Josephine Dakers-Brathwaite josiescolourfuljourney.com
Katharine Houston-Voss khoustonvoss.com
Lisa Lackey lisalackeyartist.com
April Merl
Josh Stout
Cynthia Vaughn

Contact Information
  1. Leslie Goldman
  2. 9738851721
  3. leslie@wildcherryart.com
Sat, May 22
11:00 am — 5:00 pm
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The Warren Court Art Walk–Saturday, May 22nd & Sunday, May 23rd from 11:00am to 5:00pm

Local artists Sybil Archibald, Wendy Bellermann, and Leslie Goldman have been prolific during the pandemic and they’ve decided it’s time to make lemonade out of lemons. If people can't go to the galleries, the galleries can come to the people! Sybil, Leslie and Wendy have curated a ...

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