1st Old Town Art Walk of the year April 1
The First Friday Art Walk will return to Old Colorado City April 1 from 5 to 8 p.m.
Continuing monthly through December, the free, self-guided tour will feature special exhibits - as well as, in many cases, entertainment, demonstrations and a chance to meet artists - at a dozen galleries on or near Colorado Avenue between 23rd and 27th streets.
Listed participants this year are: A Call to Life, Arati Artists Gallery, Colorado Copper, Cucuru Gallery Café, Hunter-Wolff Gallery, Michael Garman Museum, Kathleen McFadden's Range Gallery, Simpich Showcase, Second Floor Studios, Squash Blossom, Thunder Mountain Trading Co. and Yobel Market.
“This visual arts event is widely popular because of the commitment by the individual gallery owners and loyal art-goers,” said Hunter-Wolff owner Sharon Wolff, one of its chief organizers. “The generosity of local businesses and corporate sponsors also helps promote the program so that ArtWalkers can continue to enjoy the event free of charge throughout the year.”
An announced exhibit for the April 1 Art Walk is “Landscapes of our Minds” at Arati, 2425 W. Colorado Ave., featuring paintings by Reveille Kennedy and hand-thrown pottery by Dan Masimer.
Westside Pioneer/press release