ArtWalk starts 8th season in Old Colorado City April 5

       April 5 will start the eighth season of the First Friday ArtWalk in Old Colorado City.
       The free, self-guided tour is scheduled monthly from 5 to 8 p.m. between April and December.
       Each purple ArtWalk flag denotes one of the 13 participating galleries/businesses.
       “This widely popular event is supported by the generosity of local businesses and corporate sponsors [with] as many as 100 art pieces in just one location,” said Sharon Wolff, the lead organizer as well as the owner of the Hunter-Wolff Gallery.
       As was the case last year, all the participants are on West Colorado Avenue, between 24th and 27th streets. These are (street number in parentheses), All That Glitters (2518), Arati Artists Gallery (2425), Cucuru Gallery Café (2332), Funky Caravan (2606), Flute Player Gallery (2511), Hunter-Wolff Gallery (2510), Michael Garman Museum (2418), Kathleen McFadden's Range Gallery (2428), Lane Mitchell Jewelers (2528A), Laura Reilly Fine Art Gallery (2522), Second Floor Studios (2418 - upstairs, entrance off Colbrunn Court), Squash Blossom (2531), and Thunder Mountain Trading Co. (2508A).
       For more information, call 520-9494, or go to the website:
       Openings that have been announced so far for the April 5 ArtWalk are:
  • Hunter-Wolff - “Red on Red,” by local artist John Sherman.
  • Arati - “Nature's Beauty,” by Frank DiNino (turned woods) and Dick Williams (watercolor paintings).

    Westside Pioneer/press release