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Mason's Next First Friday Art Walk July 6th
Wednesday, July 4, 2012 • Posted July 4, 2012

From 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. on Friday, July 6, Mason Artists will be featuring their monthly First Friday Art Walk, starting in the Alley by KHLB Radio and Lamplight Designs and will continue down the alley where Cocoa Luna will offer the traditional Sangria with Good To Go offering snacks and music, alley artwork will be displayed on the fence from the collection of Red Door Antiques and more artists from Mason and Brady.

The walk continues East in the alley to Cindy Morris’s studio on the corner of Broad Street and the alley. Cindy Morris is featuring 2 artists from Austin. Stop in and meet these talented folks and continue down the alley to Gemstones of the Hill Country's alley display and ‘hands on faceting’ demonstration with refreshments. All this is in the alley on the North Side of the Square for the two blocks that ends on Live Oak Street where Artisan’s Gallery will be open and offering more refreshments and artist participation, music and wine and cheese.

Continuing South on Live Oak Street, Mason Gallery will also be open, offering refreshments, wine and cheese and showing their artist’s works and the walk will culminate at Sandstone Cellar’s Wine Bar where local artist Kyle Martin will be showing 12 new pieces of current work along with the collection that both Bill Worrell, Spider Johnson and other artists also display.

Look for the ‘Purple Mason Art Walk’ flags and take the walk. Have some wine, hear some music and meet some artists, view their work and celebrate the arts.

Debbie Armstrong, of Mason, and Gayle Sterling, of Austin, will be exhibiting works at Cindy Morris’s studio during the July Art Walk. Debbie will be displaying embroidered quilts. Gayle is a clay sculptor who uses the female form as a template. She is inspired by Hindu shrines, Early American folk art, and 1960s dress forms.For more information, or to participate, contact: or call 325-347-7758.

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