Art Crawling With Paul
This weekend is the annual Water Valley Art Crawl and since my evil brother Paul has become a homeowner in town, he is trying to learn all about art, humanity and social graces. HA-HA-HA!
Wanda is dragging him up here to beat a little culture into his thick head.
2013 Water Valley Art CrawlThe Art (and Music) Crawl is happening Saturday, September 21st, from 5:30 to 9 p.m., followed by a live Runway Show on Main Street featuring the fashion designs of Julia Ray. Join us at the private After Party at PizzaGetti, 407 N. Main Street, with live music by Kevin Guyer and Friend.
This event is free to the public. There are 15 stops on the tour; eight are new to this year’s Crawl. All but one of the Crawl locations are within easy walking distance of each other. Stops on the tour will offer visitors light refreshments and a peek into the private world of working artists. Some studios will include displays of other local artists’ work. Children are welcome!
Artists participating in this year’s crawl include Erin Austen Abbott; Rachel Ballentine; Bill Beckwith; Lane Berg; Sophia Burandt; David Burke; Kichea Burt; Ashley Chavis; Obie Clark; John Steele Davis; Pati D’Amico; Mari Foster; Coulter Fussell; Hanne Gaycken; Katrina Geenen; Vanessa Gilpin; Amanda and Jason Heavner; Peyton Hill; Tracy McMinn Marberry; Robert Montgomery Holleman; Patsy Humphreys; Libby Kuchta; Sheri Marshall; Rebecca, Jennifer, and Savannah McGavock; Jennifer Pace; Megan Kingery Patton; Julia Ray; Natalie Rodgers; Euphus Ruth; Pablo Sierra; Keith Stewart; Lucia Vinograd; Bill Warren; Brooke White; Brian Williams; and Haley Yurkow. Poetry by Terry Rockett.
Musicians include Zack Kelso; Eric McGehee; Brad, Brody, Sam, and Molly VanWinkle; Bryan Ward; Peanut Winkler; Eddie Wood; Reiko Yamada; Andrew Yurkow; and Matther and Charlie Zidecker.
Galleries on the Crawl are Bozarts, J. Clayton’s Eclectic Arts, b. Gran Designs, and Yalo Studio.
In addition, a collection of original paintings and prints from Walter Anderson, his daughters Mary and Leif, and his grandson Chris Stebley will be on display at the Burke home.
Crawl maps can be picked up the night of the event from Yalo Studio (303 N. Main Street) or Bozarts Gallery (403 N. Main Street).