Today (June 9) is an opportunity to experience up close the art culture of Brookings, and this time with an extra bonus for those who may have missed the Azalea Festival art show.

Winning entries are on display at Manley Art Center — everything from watercolor paintings to 3-D art.

Plus there will be plenty to see at other art walk venues. For example, with the book sale over, the library’s meeting room will have a new show of Brookings-themed artwork. And its lobby showcase will have a new display about the kids library.

Details about the art and more featured at other art walk venues are included in the listings below. Most venues will also provide refreshments and music performed by artists representing a number of musical styles.

There are no admission charges, and there’s no obligation to buy.

Anyone who misses any or all of the Second Saturday Art Walk’s activities can find a report with photos at


•Ambiance by the Sea, 530 Hemlock St. — a mix of original art and collectibles, including birdhouses, pottery, art glass and driftwood art. Music by Patty Anne D’Cunha.

•Brian Scott and Signatures galleries, 515 Chetco Ave. — the featured artist is Anna Garrison, who will talk about her work at 4:30 p.m. The gallery’s multi-level format shows art in many styles, including art from Signatures, gallery within the gallery. Music by Lon Goddard.

•Chetco Community Public Library, 405 Alder St.— in the meeting room is “Brookings” with art by Jay Mosby, Audi Stanton, Les Cornish and John Gehl. The lobby showcase is “Our Library World” by Kids Librarian Linda Young.

•Feather Your Nest, 800 Chetco Ave. — the featured artist is Lisa Reinshagen, who makes repurposed garden art. And there are works by several other artists, including photo cards, jewelry, driftwood mobiles and various craft items. Music by Rapp Brush.

•Manley Art Center, 433 Oak St. — the gallery display features Azalea Festival art show winners. The classroom hosts Chetco Photographers, Tuesday Painters, life drawing, Mudslingers and fiber arts. Music by Robert Kosslyn.

•Semi Aquatic Gallery, 654 Chetco Ave. — features art by owner Spencer Reynolds, who creates beach-themed art. Music by Matt Stump followed by Steve and Laura Nelson.

•Wright’s Fog and Fine Arts Gallery, 810 Chetco Ave. — features community college art from students of Gary Christianson. The venue has art from 37 artists ranging from jewelry to oil and watercolor paintings. Music by Billie Ruth Furuichi followed by Ken Dobberpuhl.