Welcome to the 2018 season!
Come enjoy the vibrant art scenes in Bristol and Warren each Art Night, June to September. Visit open studios and galleries, talk to the artists, watch a demonstration. Explore the variety of art spaces in both towns.
August’s Featured Town is Warren!
Featured Warren Locations
The Collaborative – 498 Main Street
The Collaborative exhibits over a dozen other talented, local artist including Sandy MacDonald, Joe Lytle, Deb Hickey, Matt Deleo, Will Schaff, Charity Enos, Jarrod McCabe, Faye Silvia, Madison DeMuro, Janet Moscarello, Adam Tracy and the late Christopher Roe.
30 Cutler – 30 Cutler Street
Studio 217: Cait Marchetti- Hand painted enamel jewelry & illustration; Hayley Perry- primitive rug hooking- kits & home decor; Jean Maniscalco- painter & photographer; Cindy Gordon- ceramic artist & art education student.
Fine Art & Hand Crafted Jewelry by Susan Freda and Arn Krebs Studio #221: Susan weaves wire into ethereal sculptural and wearable works of art, while Arn designs original Mokume Gane jewelry for weddings, engagements, and everyday wear using his own metal combinations and patterns.
Meraki Studio #220A: A make it your own space to create, learn, teach & participate. Mediums include: fiber arts, painting, drawing, mosaic, jewelry, re-purposing, dye & marbling. Meraki is also available for special events. All welcome!
Masonic Temple – 39 Baker St
The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is an integral part of the Warren Waterfront Historical District. Warren’s craftsmen constructed the Federal-style building with oak timbers from ships sunk across Newport Harbor in 1770’s. The fresco murals located on the second-floor were selected from the works of “Book of the Dead” and “Papyrus of Ani”. Max Muller, a member of the Lodge and a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design at that time, was the artist who handpainted the murals in 1915.
The Lodge will be open to the public 5:30 – 6:30pm on June 28th with a guided tour of the Lodge & Murals at 5:40.
Art Friendly Venues