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JULY 30, 2015   Thursday   5:30-9:00pm
 Walk, Bike, Drive or Take Our ArtNight Guided Trolley Tour!
Trolley Reservation – SIGN-UP



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

                    or
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.

HANDBILL of EVENTS                                        Print JULY 30th Handbill

Warren

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30 Cutler Street
    30 CUTLER STREET GALLERY, Suite 205
 Featured Artists: Candis Dixon & John Boland

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Candis Dixon works in ceramics and a variety of other media.. “The wheel, the press, the garden: cross-pollinating fire, water, earth, paper, ink, paint”. John Boland produces hand crafted utilitarian pottery and one of a kind ceramic art for interiors and garden spaces. Each art object is designed with a special place in mind. He creates his own glazes and finishes his work in a Bailey gas-fired kiln.
Live Music: Community String Project


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2   16 Cutler Street
   TOP DRAWER ART AT THE BRASS
 
 
Group Exhibit: New Fiber Art

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July 30th We will host  a public reception for our New Fiber Art Works on display by artists: Emily Sherwood, Nick Taylor, Roy Santos, Stefanie Aubin and others. Come see and touch our artists’ unexpected explorations into fiber arts!
Live Music: Steve and Son


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3  16 Cutler Street,  Suite 102  
    EAST BAY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

 
Feature Artist:
Howard Rotblat-Walker

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Howard specializes in abstractions and imaginative creations. His subjects include architectural elements, nature, and everyday scenes showing the interplay of forms, colors, and textures. HIs images have been exhibited throughout Rhode Island as an artist member of Imago Foundation and other local arts associations.


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4  36 Market Street
   
IMAGO GALLERY/
   IMAGO FOUNDATION for the ARTS

   
Feature Artist Member: Howard Windham,
    guest artist John DeMelim and others.

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Imago features artist member Howard Windham, guest artist John DeMelim & others in “Making Faces”. Windham’s art is purposefully eclectic; merging art, design, and illustration, DeMelim’s work is from a seies of collages on canvas that comine imager reclaimed from previous prints, proof sheets and more, even using form form his welded sculpture.
Music: Mary Traynor & Co.
Mary Lorraine is a native of Bristol, RI.  Her appreciation for music spans many genres though her preference in music performance lies in traditional country and folk styles.  She has performed in several bands through the years and has teamed up with many talented musicians in addition to playing violin in the Community String Project.


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5   81 Water Street
    DONNA NEVILLE CUSTOM FRAMING

    Feature Artist: 
R.W. Alley & Zoe B. Alley

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Meet and chat with R.W. Alley, illustrator of over one hundred
children’s books, including the current Paddington Bear books, and his wife Zoë  Alley, children’s book author, at Donna Neville’s gallery and frame shop. There will be original illustrations (some for sale) on show and snacks.


Bristol

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6 1401 Hope Street
    AUDUBON SOCIETY of RI
 On Exhibit:
American Association of
    Zoo Keepers (AAZK)

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The Roger Williams Park Zoo’s local Chapter of the American Assoc. of Zoo Keepers (AAZK) is dedicated to supporting local and global conservation, animal enrichment and professional development. We will be showing ‘One of a Kind’, handmade art to support education, conservation and animal welfare programs. Some items are made by animals and others by people who love them. Don’t miss it!

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7  47 Bradford Street
   
RE/MAX RIVER’S EDGE
    Feature Artist: Cynthia Ragona


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Cynthia Ragona is a Barrington, Rhode Island photographer who operates
Sea Green Photography, photographing children and families. Cynthia’s personal work, including landscapes, street scenes, and still lifes highlights the natural beauty in simple, everyday moments.

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8  10 Wardwell Street
    BRISTOL ART MUSEUM – (BAM)
   
CURRENT EXHIBIT: “Island Time”
   
O
n View July 24 – September 6
     Artist Reception, Friday July 24, 7-9 pm

On Exhibit
Michael Gaillard- Photography
Peter Gish – Painting
Karen Iglehart – Painting
Teri Malo – Painting
Susan Schultz – Sculpture
Betsy Zimmerman – Printmaking

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9  435 & 437 Hope Street
    HOPE GALLERY/Hope & Company
   
Feature Artist:  Sue Prideaux & Rob Rey
“Birds, Bees & Botanicals” 
Exhibiting July 16 – August 7

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  Featuring represented artists: Sue Prideaux  and  Rob Rey.  Sue Prideaux   com- bines more modern and expressionistic forms to create her oil and watercolor paintings. Rob Rey uses strong “bravura” strokes, confidently blending one into another to capture excitement rivalling the ‘real thing’.
LIve Music: Ned Connors
Ned Connors is a long time acoustic and nylon string guitarist whose styles range from Bossa Nova, Jazz Standards to Blues and Rock.
nconnors@cox.net

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10 346 Wood Street
VACHON FINANCIAL Group
Feature Artist: Charlie Kovach

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  Charlie Kovach’s exhibit comprises interpretations of multi-cultural artifacts; old and new, abstract at times but also expressing obvious ideas. The work reveals visual and tactile evidence giving value to a modern people. “My hope is these translate into timeless imagery and historic symbols – still valid in their power to communicate.”

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