Art Walk Dec. 4 in Old Town

       Two galleries - Squash Blossom and Hunter-Wolff - will feature the works of new artists during Old Colorado City's First Friday Art Walk Dec. 4 from 5 to 8 p.m.

LEFT: "Infinity Sings," by Patricia Heyl. RIGHT: A work using recycled and found objects by Dolan Geiman.
Courtesy of Sharon Woolf (left); Squash Blossom (right)

       Squash Blossom, 2531 W. Colorado Ave., recently began displaying the works of Dolan Geiman of Chicago, who specializes in the use of recycled materials for mixed-media creations. At Hunter-Wolff, 2510 W. Colorado Ave., area oil painter Patience Heyl will debut her collection titled “Celebrating the Gift.”
       Also during the Art Walk, Arati Artists Gallery, 2425 W. Colorado Ave., “will be celebrating its 33rd anniversary,” a press release states.
       Free and open to the public, the monthly Old Colorado City Art Walks involve a total of 14 galleries along Colorado Avenue or its side streets between 24th and 27th streets. Typically, many galleries have artists on hand and/or provide demonstrations or entertainment.

Westside Pioneer/press release