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May 30th

Welcome to the 2024 Season!

Join us on Thursday, May 30th in Bristol
Visitors to Art Night will be able to explore galleries and other venues featuring local artists throughout downtown Bristol.
Additionally, youth artists, musicians and performers from Mt. Hope High School will be featured.


Featured locations

RE/MAX River’s Edge – 423 Hope Street, Bristol

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

Beau Bleu Boutique & Gifts – 423 Hope Street, Bristol

 Beau Bleu Boutique & Gifts offers a curated mix of trendy and timeless apparel for all ages. 

Elevate your style with quality clothing from top brands, complemented by an array of accessories & gifts. 

On Art Night, meet Denis Leonti, a prolific potter with over 50 years of experience. His works are characterized by advanced wheel throwing techniques influenced by classical pottery. Denis’ works have been exhibited in galleries and museums, and are part of many private collections. Denis is an inspiring, passionate educator currently teaching at RWU in Bristol. 

The Graham Gallery – 412A Thames Street, Bristol

Erin Spencer has been exhibiting since 2008. Her paintings are included in private collections around the world and the United States. Erin will speak about how she sees elements of the landscape in their simplest forms, looking for a balance between representation, abstract mark making, and emotional gesture. “Everywhere I go I see stories in the landscape, and I strive to find ways to tell that story through my work.”

Pivotal Brewing Company – 500 Wood Street #111, Bristol

Come meet Heather Nolan, a gifted and passionate artist whose creative spirit knows no bounds. With a keen eye for detail and a mastery of various mediums, Heather’s artistry comes to life in mesmerizing paintings, sculptures, and mixed-media works.  

Hotpoint Emporium – 39 State Street, Bristol

In The Heart of Historic Bristol, RI, Hotpoint features art from more than 30 local artists in a variety of media! From exquisite works of art to a wide array of artful gifts, we guarantee you will enjoy your visit and probably find something to take home too! 

Stop by today to see what treasures might be waiting for you!  Open Year Round, Seven Days A Week | 10am – 6pm. 

Please visit for more information. 

Bristol Art Museum- 10 Wardwell Street, Bristol

Join us at the  Bristol Art Museum for music and visual art by the students & recent alumni of  Mt Hope High School! 

Caron Jewelers- 473 Hope Street, Bristol

Diane Berube-Catanzaro is co-owner of Caron Jewelers with her husband Joe Caron. She holds a MFA from Tyler School of Art and will be exhibiting some of her past intaglio prints and her more recent line of fine jewelry design. Michi Designs features rare and unusual gemstones set in 14k gold and sterling silver. 

Rogers Free Library – 525 Hope Street, Bristol

The Bristol Art Museum presents:  A Glimmer of Light, A Splash of Color
On View May 13 to July 10, 2024
Enjoy our current BAM gallery show on the lower level of the library! Open until the library closes at 8:00 pm on Art Night. 

East Bay Comics- 437 Hope Street, Bristol

Browse the incomparable collection of comics, toys, and more at East Bay Comics. 

On Art Night, meet comic book artist Shanth Enjeti who will be painting and drawing LIVE in store, and will have copies of his latest graphic novel, “Nosfero: The Crypt Walker” for sale, along with his books of painted illustrations. 

Bristol Historical & Preservation Society – 10 Court Street, Bristol

6:30 pmGuided Tour: Cameras from the BH&PS Collections 

5:30 – 8:30Self Guided Tours
Please join the Bristol Historical & Preservation Society for a guided tour of our newest exhibit, Play! This exhibition features nostalgic board games, puzzles, dolls, cameras, and other toys from the BH&PS’s collections. Participants on this tour will observe several vintage cameras currently on display to better understand photography as a leisure activity. The BH&PS will host a handful of Guided Tours throughout the season, each with a different focus.

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