Mason County News
Weather Fair 81.0°F (47%)
April Art Walk Next Weekend
Wednesday, March 27, 2013 • Posted March 27, 2013

Join us for Mason’s April Art Walk, Friday April 5th and Saturday April 6th. Participating businesses will be open until 7PM on Friday and regular business hours on Saturday.

The weather should be great and the Bluebonnets plentiful. It will be the perfect weekend for a stroll around Mason’s beautiful courthouse square.

Look for the purple Mason Art Walk flags and pick up a flyer at any of the businesses to see who is participating and where they are located.

The artist of the month at the Mason County M. Beven Eckert Memorial library is Johnnie Moreno II from Brady. Johnnie works with many different media but his signature technique is art on glass. The library closes at 6PM on Friday and is closed on Saturday so make this your first stop on the art walk.

Lisa Polk at The Thing Is…. Boutique will be highlighting fiber artists who create wearable art: Monika Astara, Leila Reynolds, Maria Gonzales and Brenda Pape. The Thing Is… is located just a few doors down from the square on Hwy 87.

On the first block of the North side of the square you will find The Shooting Star. They have just moved into their new location and Carolyn will be showcasing art created by artists participating in the annual Art-in-Art Texas Painters event, which happens to coincides with Mason’s April Art Walk. Some of their work will be offered for sale and others just for your viewing enjoyment.

On the second block of the North side of the square, artist Elizabeth Yarosz-Ash is showing her watercolors, metal sculptures and whimsy art at Arnold Art Gallery for the month of April.

Take a left at the corner to the Artisan Gallery and help them celebrate 3 years in business. Enjoy live music by Ken Brown while enjoying some cake, edibles or wine and register for a piece of art created by local artist Nan Loeffler.

Make your way to the East side of the square to The Mason Gallery where Bob and Cathy Terrell have put together an eclectic collection of fine art. They will highlight the many Texas artists they represent. Enjoy some light refreshments and feast your eyes on some amazing art.

Come on out and treat yourself to a wonderful night in beautiful downtown Mason

This article has been read 78 times.
Comments
Readers are solely responsible for the content of the comments they post here. Comments do not necessarily reflect the opinion or approval of Mason County News. Comments are moderated and will not appear immediately.
Comments powered by Disqus