Walk, Bike, Drive or
Take our Trolley Tour!
Our trolley experience includes a Guided Tour of participating artist spaces, galleries, live performers & more!
Tours Begin at 5:30pm
at 2 Locations:
1) 16 Cutler Street, Warren
2) 125 Thames., Bristol
and end at 9:00pm at the place you began
Park & Ride, Meet and Greet the Artists! It’s free & fun
… but seating is limited!
Sponsored by: Roger William University, Top Drawer art at the Brass & Bank Five
You can also Walk, Bike or Drive at your own pace
and grab a bite in between!
Please join our fantastic all-volunteer crew as we explore what’s going on in the East Bay.
|1 30 Cutler Street
Baronas Art , Suite 103
Featured Artist: DEBORAH BARONAS
After studying both textiles and painting at RISD Ms. Baronas worked as a Creative Director in the Apparel Industry. Now a design consultant and fine artist living and working in RI she’s also been a teacher, lecturer, and visiting artist at museums, textile companies, and universities throughout the U.S. and Mexico.
30 Cutler Street7 SUNS PRINTMAKING STUDIO Suite 204
Feature Artist: DOREEN LINDENBURG
Doreen Lindenburg owns 7 Suns Printmaking Studio at Cutler Mills in Warren. 7 Suns is a green printmaking studio offering classes, workshops, and membership for artists in the community. Doreen has a BFA in printmaking and a masters in art ed. She works with a variety of printmaking media.
2 16 Cutler Street
TOP DRAWER ART AT THE BRASS Exhibit AUGUST 10 – 28 Featured Artists: BRIAN LAMORA & KATRINA CATHCART
New work by Top Drawer artists who have work in major permanent collections, including at Intuit: The Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art in Chicago.
Live Music: Lauren & Otis
Classics and quirky originals.
Guitars & Vocals.
3 16 Cutler Street, Suite 102
EAST BAY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Feature Artist: PAUL MURRAY
Photography remains a work in progress for me. I am a visual traveler who interacts with people, places, objects and ideas on a variety of levels through several planes of vision that intersect with time and space. The journeys to those intersections afford the opportunity to become intrigued by what I experience.
4 1 Kenyon Lane Robyn A Daniel Feature Artist: ROBYN A. DANIEL
See how felt is made as Robyn shows the process. Her handmade sculptures, books, and wall hangings have been shown across the country and appeared in many books. Several new projects will be on display, including a kitchen backsplash of felt. Robyn is happy to talk about wool and answer questions.
5 36 Market Street
Imago Foundation for the Arts
Feature Artist: ANNE MARIE ROSSI
Exploring the theme of “Biomimicry.” Rossi works with oil, encaustic, ink and charcoal as she uses nature to inform and inspire her work. She includes the microscopic world of single-celled organisms, connective tissue, the body and elements of landscape in nature, exposing layers of complexity and connectivity with translucency.
LIve Music: Ned Connors
Connors is a long time acoustic and nylon string guitarist whose styles range from Bossa Nova, Jazz Standards to Blues and Rock. email@example.com
6 81 Water Street
DONNA NEVILLE CUSTOM FRAMING
Feature Artist: SUSAN PATTERSON
Growing up in Montreal, Canada, Sue was inspired by her mother, a professional artist. Her business career led her to drafting, computer graphics and strategic development. Sue went on to study at the MFA and RISD and has been exhibited throughout New England with paintings and prints in private collections across the US. We are excited to unveil her most recent works.
7 590 Metacom Avenue
On View: THE WORK OF ANTHONY QUINN
A select viewing of esteemed actor-artist-writer Anthony Quinn’s
paintings and sculpture will be on exhibit from August 27th through September. The multi-talented Mr. Quinn, who studied art and architecture under Frank Lloyd Wright before turning to acting, spent his last ten years creating art here in Bristol.
8 60 1/2 Oliver Street MOSAIC ARTS Featured Artist: VALERIE BRETL
With a Master of Fine Arts earned in NYC, Ms Bretl became the proprietor of Mosaic Arts gallery and studio. Her mosaics are expression istic representations of remembered images and nature. She’s received international awards and exhibited in national art museums. Her materials include marble, granite, ceramics, stained glass and minerals.
9 47 Bradford
RE/MAX RIVER’S EDGE
Feature Artist: BARBARA HEALY
Inspired by the diverse colors of light and nature, Ms. Healy’s paintings capture the quiet New England coastal beauty in landscapes, seascapes and gardens. A Connecticut native, she fell in love with the south coast while attending UMASS Dartmouth and stayed. Her degree in textile design informs her color sense as does painting plein air.
10 39 State Street
THE SEA STAR
Feature Artist: BONNIE BLUE
Bonnie Blue’s art has been attuned to dolphin energy since being saved by them on sailing trip gone wrong. Creating art since childhood, she has won awards and a scholarship at Univ. of Hartford, to work with sculptor Wolfgang Beal. She holds a BFA from UNH and a MA from RISD. Sculpture featured at the Gallery was created at Mud Stone Studio.
11 10 Wardwell Street BRISTOL ART MUSEUM – (BAM)CURRENT GROUP EXHIBIT: “Island Time”
On View through September 6
Michael Gaillard- Photography
Peter Gish – Painting
Karen Iglehart – Painting
Teri Malo – Painting
Susan Schultz – Sculpture
Betsy Zimmerman – Printmaking
12 435 & 437 Hope Street
HOPE GALLERY/Hope & Company
Feature Artist: GROUP EXHIBIT
“Cool Blue” – an exhibit by jury of over thirty artists from New England and the surrounding area. Featuring fine art and fine craft that resonates all spectrum of the color blue. Medias for this months exhibit: hand blown glass, jewelry, painting, pottery, sculpture, etc.