Walk, Drive, Bike or take our Trolley Tour
The Art Night trolley is back
and better than EVER!
Our trolley tours for Aug 28th are full
This year our trolley experience will include a guided tour of the participating artist spaces and galleries, live music, performers & so much more!
Roger Williams University & Top Drawer Art at The Brass
Art Night Bristol & Warren
Begins 5:30pm in Warren at 30 Cutler St.
or in Bristol at 125 Thames St
Ends approx. 9:00pm at the
location in which you began(Park & Ride – Meet and Greet the Artists)It’s free & fun … but seating is limited
Click Here to reserve your seat
Thank you to:
Join us for a small window into the inspired world of Anthony Quinn, actor, author, painter, and sculptor.
The Bristol Art Museum in conjunction with the Rogers Free Library presents a peek into the private imaginative and expressive life of this gifted artist. The exhibition will be at the library through the end of October and will include a film series, selections of Quinn’s artwork and memorabilia, and a library talk given by his wife, Katherine. Anthony’s two Academy Awards will be on display as a special presentation for Art Night. The exhibit minus the Academy Awards continues through the end of October. Here is a link to additional information — Click Here.
101 Ferry Road, Bristol
Gardens and Arboretum
Sculpture Embraces Horticulture Outdoor Exhibit
The interaction between plants and their environment is so complex, these relationships have inspired the artists in “Sculpture Embraces Horticulture.” Witness metal and bamboo art activated by the sun and wind, a tide clock fueled by the rise and fall of the ocean, fabric lit by photovoltaic cells, metal warmed by thermal air currents and a wind harp capturing the breeze off of Narragansett Bay. Refreshments in the Rose Garden.
90 Van Wickle Lane, Bristol
Artist Open Studio
Landscape & Seascape Painter
“The true gift of painting is the ability to see the effect of light upon color–one’s perception of the world ‘s beauty becomes the ultimate blessing.” Janice
220 High Street, Bristol at Byfield Building
, 3rd FloorArtist Open StudioDavid BarnesDavid’s recent paintings draw inspiration from a variety of sources. Found photographs, amateur videos, and “real world” observation all find their way into my work. David will share thoughts on the developing his most recent paintings and drawings during his open studio meet & greet.
31 Bradford Street, BristolKnotty Dog
Neal began his interest in driftwood sculptures as a young boy on the beaches of North Truro in Cape Cod, MA. His sculptures range in size and complexity, and can incorporate intricate interior detailing. Come meet him in person. Watch him work on a current commissioned sculpture and a new series of small mixed media works
47 Bradford Street, BristolRe/Max River’s EdgeFeaturing Artist
s: Janet Schulz and Jeremy Pereira. Janet
Schulz specializes in architecturally detailed painting of private
residences, along with historical and commercial structures. Jeremy M.
Pereira is a Massachusetts based fine artist specializing in acrylics
and oils on canvas as well as pen and ink.
435 Hope Street, BristolHope Gallery – Fine Art, Fine Craft Current Exhibition:
“For The Birds” – Exhibit by jury of over Forty (40) artists. Represented and guest artists exhibiting to the theme. New England artists by jury & represented artists exhibiting.
10 Wardwell Street, BristolBristol Art Museum (BAM)
Works of John Udvardy and Lasse AntonsenJohn Udvardy, a former RISD professor of 34 years, exhibits
sculptural work which evokes new ways for the viewer to understand their
surroundings and a new art form created out of what was
Lasse Antonsen, born in Copenhagen, Denmark, a director of the
University Art Gallery at University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth for 25
years has been an artist since 2006.
30 Cutler Street, Warren 30 Cutler Street GalleryFeaturing Artist
: Ellen Ferrin, Ellen’s most recent work explores the the elemental beauty and ephemeral nature of water. She uses acrylic and oil on canvas and paper to invoke the elusive qualities of it’s fleeting surface movement and reflected color.Additional artist’s showing: Painter, Jim Munroe & Mudstone Gallery – CeramicsLIVE MUSIC presented by
Church Street Coffeehouse: Singer/Songwriters, Mike Laureanno & Seamus Galligan
30 Cutler Street, Warren
Artist Open Studio
O & G Studio
Sara Ossana & Jonathan Glatt
Fine Furniture Craftsmen
They have been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal,
Elle Décor as well as recently being named as one of “Ten Contemporary
Designers to collect Today” by VOGUE magazine. They are opening up their 3,500sf combined studio and workshop space for a peek behind the scenes.
16 Cutler Street, Warren Top Drawer at The BrassOpen Artists’ Reception:
“In the Future: Art”
Featuring Outsider Artists: Alan Aiello, Jason Vandal, and
Nick TaylorLIVE Dance by Just Dance
Performances: 5:30 & 8:30 (approx.)
32 Cole Street, Warren
The Gallery at
7 Suns Printmaking StudioOpening Artists’ Reception“Figurative Interpretations”
Join us from 5:00-9:00
for the opening of “Figurative Interpretations” at the Gallery at 7 Suns Printmaking.
(the artwork depicted is made by Kelli Folsom)
36 Market Street, WarrenImago Gallery/ Imago Foundation for the ArtsFeaturing Artist :
Linda MegathlinThe “Water” exhibit continues at Imago Gallery featuring founding member
Linda Megathlin and guest artists Jan Armor, David Gonville, Chris
Sancomb and Pat Warwick as well as other IFA artist members. Special Art
Night LIVE performance by the Community String Project.
11 Jefferson Street, WarrenHistoric Warren ArmoryFeaturing Artist
Richard Kaiser & Butch LombardiRichard will be painting LIVE on site. Both Richard and Butch will be available to meet visitors and discuss their work. LIVE Dance by
Rosemary’s School of DancePerformances: 6:15 & 7:45 (approx.)
155 Water Street, Warren KairoTena Jewelry at
Scolari Photography GalleryFeaturing Artists: Jewelry Designer, Karen A. McDonnell Karen will be featuring one-of-a-kind sterling jewelry from her “Woodland Collection”…inspired by the singular beauty and quiet strength of nature undisturbed.
Plan to continue your night… after Art Night ….. enjoy a Music in the Park!
Burr’s Hill Park, Warren 7:00 pm Atwater-Donnelly & Friends
Delightful program of traditional American and Celtic folk songs,
a capella pieces, old-time gospel songs, dance tunes, and original works.
The Hometown Revival Project – Movies & Music in the Park!