Sat, Sep 12th, 2015
Check out special Art Walk offerings at the following businesses:
Shelburne Artists Co-op • 25 Bridge Street
"Crisp!" A group show at the Shelburne Arts Co-op. Stop by to see our artists demo their work. Refreshments, too!
Molly Cantor Pottery • 20 Bridge Street
Fire of Life:
McCusker's Market • 3 State Street
McCusker's presents a grand reception for the Deerfield Valley Art Association show. Nineteen artists' works will be featured, in a variety of mediums. Artists will greet you and be available for questions at 6 p.m. Enjoy a variety of refreshments provided by the Franklin Community Co-op. Please join us! Free and open to the public.
Salmon Falls Artisans Showroom • 1 Ashfield Street
Pioneer Valley Photographic Artists: Group Exhibit. Founded in 1997, PVPA’s membership includes 50 fine art photographers who live in the Pioneer Valley. Salmon Falls shows the art of 26 of their photographers using a wide range of digital techniques.
Shelburne Falls Trolley Museum • 14 Depot Street
Free rides during Art Walk on the vintage Trolley. Catch it at the Trolley Museum.
Lamson & Goodnow • 45 Conway Street
The oldest continuous manufacturer of U.S. Cutlery offers LamsonSharp Cutlery, Lamson & Goodnow Tools, and a variety of kitchen products available. All Lamson made products will be marked down 10% on Art Walk Day.
Mormor Handmade & Vintage Goods • 8 Deerfield Avenue
One stop for over 50 local artists. Called a "treasure trove" by many and "I want one of everything!" overheard many times from customers We are passionate about what we do and would love for you to visit our little riverside shop.
Young & Constantin • 4 Deerfield Avenue
New clothing from Salaam, a handmade line from Vermont. There will also be music on the Avenue and live artist demonstrations in our new adjacent store, Brick & Mortar.
Shelburne Falls Booksellers • 1 Deerfield Avenue
A nice selection of fine used and antiquarian books in a variety of subject areas also carry a variety of small antiques, framed art and ephemera. Please stop in, help yourself to a snack, find a good book, or just say “Hello.” We look forward to seeing you.
Mocha Maya’s • 47 Bridge Street
Phil Billitz Photography (see above) on the walls and Seth Adam concert at 8:00pm. Phil Billitz is a philosopher, poet, engineer, author, and technologist who is in recovery from an Argentine Tango addiction.
Seth Adam creates compelling, accessible, timeless rock music with honest lyrics. His songs demonstrate a deft pop-sensibility and a compelling vulnerability which continue to touch an ever-growing and remarkably diverse fan base.
Many other galleries, restaurants and other shops will be open, too. For more information, please call 413-625-2526 or email email@example.com.
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