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May 27th

Welcome to the 2021 Season!

Join us on Thursday, May 27th
and enjoy the vibrant art scenes in Bristol and Warren.

Visit open studios and galleries to see talks with artists, art demonstrations, and more!
Explore the variety of art spaces in both towns.


Evening Sponsor:

Featured Restaurants

75 Child Street, Warren

531 Wood Street , Bristol

Featured locations

Bristol Art Museum – 10 Wardwell St, Bristol
Featured Artists: Adria Arch, Deborah Baldizar, Zoe Friend, Kate Park, John Udvardy, Kathleen Volp
Sense of Place is an exhibit offering the Museum visitor an opportunity to connect both physically and conceptually with art. Standing before each sculptors’ tangible presence creates a relational exchange between artwork and viewer, and fosters an implied interpersonal connection, dissolving physical boundaries. Visitors will be psychologically and physically engaged with the sculptures works while being encouraged to transcend the palpable area and experience an imagined place.

Hotpoint Emporium – 39 State Street, Bristol
Featured Artists: Gary Janczynski, Jeremy Schilling, Jack Young, Sarah Hess and Danielle Simpkin
Music: Chris Monti
Five intrepid artists joined Hotpoint Emporium artist co-op in the middle of a global pandemic.  Abstract artist, Gary Janczynski, painter Jeremy Schilling, photographer Jack Young, printmaker Sarah Hess and textile artist, Danielle Simpkin. Come see their work, and while you’re here, don’t forget to explore our reimagined underground gallery.

RE/MAX River’s Edge – 423 Hope Street, Bristol
Featured Artists: Tracey Lee Michaelson
Tracey Lee Michaelson of Painting Daisies Photography, is a New England Photographer with a BA in Fine Art. Tracey’s studio is located at the Shady Lea Mill in N.Kingstown, RI.

The Church Palace
– 324 Main Street, Warren
One of a kind handmade clothing, hats, art, collectibles and accessories!

Imago Gallery– 36 Market Street, Warren
Featured Artists: Eileen Siobhan, Lenny Rumpler, Michelle Lougee, Greg Sampl
Music: Hollow Turtle
“Wish You Were Here, Part II” is on display through June 20. The multi-faceted exhibit includes new additions to postcard art that has been sent from as far away as South Korea and as near as downtown Warren.
New artwork by IFA artists including painter Eileen Siobhan and photographer Lenny Rumpler and guest artists Michelle Lougee, who crochets sea creatures from post-consumer plastic, and painter Greg Sampl is also highlighted.
Made in Warren – 476 Main Street, Warren
The Made In Warren Artist Cooperative is excited to participate in the Art Night Bristol Warren summer series during our 6th year on Main Street in Warren. Featuring the arts and fine crafts–ceramics, jewelry, painting, woodwork, textile arts, photography, glass art, and more–of over 35 artists and artisans from southeastern New England, including new and returning members, we look forward to seeing you in our store. We will have artist demos outside each of the four evenings.
The Gallery at Sprout CoWorking489 Main Street, Warren
Featured Artist: Michael “Ike” Dodge
This May the Gallery at Sprout Warren is presenting Michael “Ike” Dodge: Abstractions, an exhibition of 3D-printed and digitally produced art (printed on acrylic and aluminum).  Ike is a teacher at Highlander Charter School and a selection of his students’ work will also be on display.  The exhibition will be open to the public and on display through May 31st.

During Art Night-Bristol on May 27th from 5:30 – 8:30pm; come meet Ike in person to learn more about his unique process!

The Collaborative – 498 Main Street, Warren
Featured Artists: Derek Raymond and Youth Artist of the Month, Judy Holly

Derek Raymond is a graphic designer and self-taught mixed media artist based in Providence, RI. After discovering graffiti as a teenager, primed by years under the influence of hardcore punk rock, various practices of self-expressive mark making became an obsession that would set the course of his adult life. His current series is largely informed by the rudimentary aspects of graffiti, with an emphasis on abstracting and further manipulating unrefined aesthetics of both vandalism and vandalism removal processes.

Judy Holly is in 8th grade in the Mansfield, MA school district and works primarily in paint (Oil, Acrylic, Gouache) and Pen & Ink/Pencil.
The Collaborative also exhibits over a dozen other talented, local artist including Sydney Darrow, Kim O’Brien, Paula Preti, Sandy MacDonald, Joe Lytle, Rick Altergott, Brendan Spina, Kristin Divona, Matt DeLeo, Faye Silvia, Janet Moscarello, and Adam Tracy.

The Meeting Place – 767 Main Street, Warren
Featured Artists: Livy Young + Joshua Medeiros
Livy’s work is abstract with a unique way of playfully placing colors. (image on left)
Josh has won 1st place in the Quahog Festival in 2017. He is talented at combining and creating beautiful color in his abstract paintings. (image on right)
30 Cutler Street – Warren
Featured Artists: Alison Wilbur + Arlene McGonagle
Allison Wilbur transforms the rich colors and texture of fabric into complex patterns of traditional quilts and more painterly art quilts. Allison’s work brings a contemporary feel to the traditionally feminine art form of stitching in her vibrant studio (101A) on the first floor via the side entrance
of 30 Cutler.
Arlene McGonagle contemporary basket maker located at Cutler Mills studio number 201. Making conceptually designed baskets with wire, paper, waxed linen, barks and copper foil. Each basket is a one of a kind design.

George Hail Library at The Baker Street Playground – Water St + Baker St, Warren
The George Hail Library invites families to enjoy a Storywalk installed at the Baker Street Playground on the corner of Water Street and Baker Street. Children – and adults! – will enjoy strolling around the park while reading “Drawn Together”, a beautiful picture book written by Minh Lê and illustrated by Dan Santat.

Handkerchief Factory, 569 Main Street, Warren
John Irwin Studio- Suite 121
John Irwin’s studio is in the Handkerchief Factory, unit #121. He teaches painting and drawing classes to students and adults. He’s in the studio most afternoons and is planning a student show some time this summer!



Sowams Cider Works, 98 Child Street, Warren
Features locally grown and produced craft cider.
Our tasting room on Child Street has indoor and garden seating.
Sowams Cider Works will be open for May Art Night until 8:30 and will feature live music by Lily Barker and Evan Cieplik. They are an acoustic guitar duo who specialize in “alternative folk rock that draws from many different influences”. They will perform from 6:00 to 8:00 pm.

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