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Downtown Brookings Second Saturday Art Walk
Saturday, October 12, 2019, 3:00 PM until 6:00 PM
Brookings, OR 97415
Registration is not Required
The first special event happens at 4:00 p.m. at PBAA/Manley Art Center with an interview of featured artist Karen Staal. And this month’s gallery theme is “All Things Oceanic.”
Next, it’s Brian Scott Gallery at 4:45 p.m. where watercolorist Madga Druzdzel will tell art walk participants about her art, as well as why and how she creates it.
This month at Chetco Community Public Library, there’s a new show with the works of artists Linda Evans, Mike Dwaileebe and Judith Falconer. And in the library’s lobby showcase, there’s a display by the Mushroom Festival organizers.
Complete details about all art walk venues and activities are listed below. Most sites will also provide free refreshments and live music in various musical styles. There are no admission charges, and there’s no obligation to buy.
Many other downtown merchants not listed below also stay open and warmly welcome visitors during the art walk.
And, for anyone who misses any or all of this Second Saturday Art Walk’s activities, there's an after-art-walk report with photos on www.wildriverscoastart.com
Complete Venues List:
1. Ambiance by the Sea, 530 Hemlock St., 541 254-4097. Featured artist is Linda Evans. There’s also an eclectic selection of other art and collectibles. Live music performer to be determined.
2. Brian Scott Gallery and Signatures, 515 Chetco Ave, 541 412-8687. Special Event: 4:45 p.m., interview with featured artist Magda Druzdzel. This multi-level gallery also includes Signatures, gallery within the gallery. Live music by Tiger Lily.
3. Chetco Community Public Library, 405 Alder St., 541 469-7738. Library Meeting Room offers “Miscellany,” art by Judith Falconer, Michael Dwaileebe and Linda Evans. In the lobby, the showcase features the Mushroom Festival.
4. Chet’s Garden Center, 301 Oak St., 541 813