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Second Saturday Art Walk is back! Print E-mail
Written by Bill Schlichting, Pilot staff writer   
April 11, 2014 06:47 pm

Richard Leathers will talk about his photography at Manley Arts Center and Gallery at 4 p.m.
 

The Second Saturday Art Walk in downtown Brookings is back.

Venue hosts and event organizers have rested up during a three-month hiatus and are ready to bring the public a taste of local art, music and food.

Many changes have taken place, the biggest being the time: The Art Walk is now scheduled from 3 to 6 p.m., which means the first event of the afternoon — a kickoff parade — will be right at 3.

The parade will begin at Dewey’s Digs, the Curry Coastal Pilot conference room on Art Walk Alley. Venues may send representatives to carry signs in the parade, which will proceed to Oak Street, up the hill to Chetco Avenue, then face traffic along the boulevard to Willow Street, and down the hill to Art Walk Alley and continue back to Dewey’s Digs.

At 4 p.m., Richard Leathers, Pelican Bay Arts Association artist of the month, will give a talk titled “Inspiration and Composition in Photography” at the Manley Art Center and Gallery, 433 Oak St.

The final event of the evening will be a scene from Chetco Pelican Players’ production of “The Importance of Being Earnest.” 

Cecily Cardew (Daisy Carr) meets Gwendolyn Fairfax (Ellen Stadelman) and they discover that they have both become engaged to a man named Ernest, and they think it’s the same man. The scene also features Merriman the butler (Bill Schlichting) and his footman (Joe Taormina).

The scene will be performed at 5 p.m. at Chetco Community Public Library, 405 Alder St. Following the Art Walk, the play will be performed at 7:30 p.m. at the Chetco Playhouse, 1240 Chetco Ave.

Art Walkers are welcome to attend events of their choice and visit venues of their choosing. Most venues feature music and refreshments.

Venues include:

1

A Wild Bird and Backyard General Store, 1109 Chetco Ave., 541-412-9453 — Meet artist Sherryl Griffin and learn how she makes lamp shades, vases, wine bottle holders from kelp gathered from local beaches. Music will be performed by Giraffes on a Raft.

2

Wright’s Custom Framing and Art Supplies, 810 Chetco Ave., 541-469-7900 — The artist of the month is James Gillson, a new artist in the community, who works in mixed media. Come in and see the recently remodeled gallery. Music provided by John Marshall (Spectrum Sounds).

3

Gypsies, 549 Chetco Ave., 541-813-1882 — Garth and Jan Richey and Pat Bisgrove will be showing their paintings and photography in the back courtyard. Stephanie La Torre will sing in the front courtyard.

4

Manley Art Center and Gallery, 433 Oak St., 541-469-1807 — The featured artist is photographer Richard Leathers. The gallery theme is “Rain.” In addition, there are a variety of artists who rent classroom panels. Music performed by Marshall Thompson.

5

Brian Scott Gallery, 515 Chetco Ave., 541-412-8687 — Artist of the month is Pauline Holmes, who will be featuring her paintings. Music provided by Lon and Aura.

6

Signatures Gallery, 515 Chetco Ave., 541-469-1085 — Sandy Bonney and friends share their work. Music is shared with Brian Scott Gallery.

7

Dewey’s Digs, Curry Coastal Pilot conference room on Art Walk Alley — Photography on canvas by Patrick Brewer. Music performed by Rapp Brush.

8

Chetco Community Public Library, 405 Alder St., 541-469-7738 — The display case shows the art of Rob Decker. The gallery features a display of art from Brookings-Harbor High School students.

Photos and a report will follow at http://www.wildriverscoastart.com. 

 

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