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August 31st

Welcome to the 2023 Season!

Join us on Thursday, August 31st
and enjoy the vibrant art scene in Warren & Bristol, RI.

Visit open studios and galleries to see talks with artists, art demonstrations, and more!


Featured locations


30 Cutler Street
Eileen Collins & Anne Marie Rossi, Studio #107

Visit the studio of Eileen Collins and Anne Marie Rossi, painters and mixed media artists.

Renee Brooks, Studio #206
“Simply put, the clay objects I create are, in one way or another, an expression of nature’s colors, textures and forms. I have been a collector of found objects, throughout my lifetime, walking the forests and coastal beaches, bringing ease and peace to my life’s journey.” -Renee Brooks

Pat Warwick Art, Studio #213
“In the spirit of adventure, I make spontaneous marks with lots of color and texture to build layers, always on the lookout for a line or shape that emerges to evoke a memory. Often, I feel like an archaeologist creating order out of chaos. Though it is a personal journey for me, my hope is that a strong composition and nuanced surface will engage the viewer on a more universal level”

Cloud Candy, Studio #223
Cloud Candy offers handmade clothing inspired by a love of art, dance and travel.
Artist/creator, Abbie Chambers takes inspiration from the colors and patterns of the natural world. She then designs, sews and dyes each garment using soft natural fabrics resulting in unique colorful garments so soft on the skin, you will want to wear them everyday.

I Am Leah, Studio #200
Leah Keith has won the Allen Ginsberg Award for outstanding poetry through the VSA of RI three times, and she was chosen to represent them as their Poet Laureate for the past three years. As the Poet Laureate she has been given themes to write about and read her poems at certain events such as, the celebration of the 25th Anniversary of the Americans With Disabilities Act at the Pawtucket, Rhode Island Town Hall.
Leah has a voice and she wants you to know it. She wants you to hear her before you decide who she is. She wants you to see her and take the time to get to know her before you think you already do. She will surprise you with her unique wisdom and colorful sense of humor. She is not what you expect her to be. She is proud of who she is and she makes no apologies for it. In her book Leah uses her voice in the form of poetry and art.

Mila Sol, Studio #202
Jennifer Degagne of Mila Sol will be working in the studio.
Jenn believes that beauty is found in an element’s most natural state. Hand-sanded surfaces and natural patina showcase the organic quality of the materials used in her work. Her designs and models are often created during her travels where she finds inspiration in everything from architecture, street art, and colors and textures of a new location.

Cait Marchetti Jewelry, Studio #217
Cait Marchetti Jewelry- Illustrated enamel jewelry with original hand drawn designs featuring “nature narratives” on both sides.
For example, a seed on the back side and a blooming flower on the front! Illustrated by hand with glass particles and graphite, and kiln fired. The originals are photographed and then printed as resin jewelry “prints”, greeting cards and on ceramic ornaments.

Makers, Studio #220A
Makers will have fun art projects for kids and grown ups alike!
Come see us on Art Night to learn about all of our programs.

Mudstone Studios, Studio #129
Mudstone has open studio hours every Thursday evening.
Guests are welcome to stop by to see artists working on sculpted projects and pottery on the wheel. We’ll be taking class enrollment and will have a tent set up outside for sales.

East Bay Chamber of Commerce – 16 Cutler St, Suite 102
Join us to celebrate the Youth Artists – Visual and Poets – of the East Bay.
Students from local schools showcase their talents featuring:

Kailey Ascoli, Nakysha Braddock, Maxwell Coelho, Sebastian Cruz, Laura Deal, Nadia Dias, Priya Enjeti, Aidan Enjeti, Melisabe Figeuroa, Dennis Lonardo, Jasmine Loras, Olivia McNichols, Jaz Means, Allie Morais, Nevaehh Ouellette, Kiara Quinlan, Thomas Quinn, Lauren Rodrigues, Jordan Scriven & Emerson Zumstein

marvellous m awe, Natasha Connolly, Sadie Jackson, Sydney Luna, Victoria Villalobos


RE/MAX River’s Edge – 423 Hope Street
Jeanne Cardelli Riamondi

Jeanne Cardarelli Raimondi has dedicated her artistic focus in recent years to painting with oils, acrylic, and watercolor in an impressionistic and abstract style to capture landscapes and other fixed subjects she renders in plein air. She has also worked in pastel, paper making, and pottery.

With over 40 years of experience in the arts, Raimondi has participated in a variety of artistic associations. Most recently, she is an exhibiting artist member of the Providence Art Club and was awarded the 2023 Award of Merit at the Winter Member Exhibition

Graham Gallery – 412A Thames Street
Don’t miss “A New England State of Mind” featuring local artist Wendy E. Berube. Wendy captures the essence of New England’s coast with her accomplished use of water color. Boats reflect in the glistening harbors, marshes come alive and the coastal landscapes are all that New England is.
“A New England State of Mind” on exhibit through October 3rd.

Music & Performances

Sirens • ANBW After Party
Sirens will perform August 31st at Sowams Cider Works, 98 Child St, Warren, from 7-9 pm.
Sirens is an eclectic 3-piece alternative band based on the East Coast. The members include Lily Rhodes (guitar/bass), Liv Barcohana (bass/guitar), and Ike Maness (keys). Each band member writes original songs and sings.

Rosemary’s School of Dance
Rosemary’s School of Dance Education, founded in 1974 by Rosemary Hambly, has locations in Bristol, Warren and Tiverton, RI and Rehoboth, MA. Members of the RSDE Performance Team will give a short performance in front of East Bay Chamber of Commerce, 16 Cutler Street, Warren at 6:00 pm. We hope you will join us!

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