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Frank Curtis

The creative process is often a mystery to me. I’ve had the white wooden hen for 30 years. I bought it in the Dominican Republic. 410 more words


TONIGHT! Poets Corner Turns Heads

Poets’ Corner:

A Participant’s Account of the Art Walk’s Newest Addition

by Audra Howerton

When I signed up to read at the first Poets’ Corner on June 5, I had no idea what it was going to transpire off the downtown intersection of Bay and Holly between restaurants Rocket Donuts and Bayou on the Bay. 696 more words


Artwalk provided us with a great opportunity to share what we do on the last Friday of each night. The team of Jerard/Josh/Andrew/Morgan/Stew helped get the whole things together. 72 more words

Laguna Art Walk This Thursday 

I’ll be at Laguna Artwalk Thursday evening from 6-9pm in the Gallery at Orange County Creatives. Come in, say hello, change the world.


Artwalk 2015- Or doing an arts and crafts show vs. a convention

I’ve been doing Artwalk in Sarnia for five years. It’s an arts and crafts show in Sarnia, Ontario, where an entire street is shut down to allow for vendors, craftspeople and street performers. 547 more words

Artist Alley

David Tonnelier

David Tonnelier

David Tonnelier’s sculptures incorporate precise designs and turning, tiered shapes to create a sense of repetition. In his works, Tonnelier makes materials act like and appear to be other substances; they also seem to reflect organic elements, as well. 163 more words