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First Friday Art Walk Dec. 7th
Wednesday, December 5, 2012 • Posted December 5, 2012

Mason’s First Friday Art Walk will be December 7th. We are expanding…check out the additional places that have joined the ArtWalk. We now have sixteen spots to visit. Times vary with each place. Stop by and give them a big welcome!

Market Square

Market Square loves artists. Currently we have the beautiful jewelry of Toni Hurlbut and the sterling God Tags from Shandon Camarillo-Whitson. Furniture made from recycled Hill Country woods done by Rick Fogel is another of our treasures. 3-8 p.m.

The Thing Is

The Thing Is Boutique in the Off The Square Building offers original paintings, sculptures, written word, fabric, apparel & music from Texas artists. 3-8 p.m.

Uptown 244 will be closed on this ArtWalk.

Lamplight Designs 5-8 p.m.

The Mason County M. Eckert Library

The Mason Co. M. Beven Eckert Library is a venue for area artists, student art, and quilts. The Artist of the Month is Nadine Eby; she is exhibiting oil paintings and works in other media. The Art II and Art III classes at Mason High School are showing charcoal drawings, and some works by elementary students will be on display as well. It is worth stopping by to see the embroidery panel of Hill Country wildflowers and Elizabeth Evans’ quilt in the Stribling Room and the marquetry that is the focal point of the library.

Red Door Antiques

Come in and browse our selection of antique maps, art, furniture, books, coins and accessories along with our changing exhibits of “Treasures from the Past”. 5-8 p.m.

Gems of the Hill Country – Lapidaries & Jewelers

Gems of the Hill is a full service, custom jeweler specializing in natural, authentic Mason topaz gem cutting and jewelry creation. Owner B. Diane Eames, a graduate gemologist and expert gem faceter oversees the design of unique Texas topaz jewelry. Husband Brad Hodges handles gold and sliversmithing and design for the store. Recent additions of semi-precious colored gem jewelry lines include Bellarri and Liily Barack. Gem faceting is demonstrated during the Art Walk! 3-8 p.m.

Mason Square Museum

The historic story of Mason….from the Indians, General Lee, Fort Mason, the HooDoo War…to our present day nationally known Mason artists. 4-8 p.m.

Kyle Martin Studio

Local acrylic and watercolor artist. His studio and loft is open for viewing of new works and those in progress. 4-8 p.m.

Arnold Art Gallery

Featuring Award winning Artists, Neil Wilson-Dec., Linda Fawcett- Jan., Feb. Karen Sharbo-March-Liz Yaroaz-April, Meet the Artist 5 to 7 p.m. 118 Ft. McKavitt. 5-7 p.m.

Mason Artisan Gallery

An assembling of paintings, weavings, silver jewelry, photography, and ceramics. All the work of Mason artists and artisans. 5-8 p.m.

Mason Gallery

The Gallery represents many National Artists like Larry Dyke, Martin Grelle, G. Harvey and Kenneth Wyatt, as well as several Local Artists. In addition to original art, prints, giclees, sculptures and photographs we offer custom framing. 3-8 p.m.

The Shooting Star The Shooting Star is a charmingly enchanting menagerie with ever-changing artistic adventures. Men, women, and children come explore! Located at 110 Live Oak St, East side of downtown Mason. 3-8 p.m.

The Petal Patch

Clothing, crosses, jewelry, boot jewelry, crochet art by local artists. Custom Silk Floral Design for any occasion by Brenda Kothmann. 3-5 p.m. Sandstone Wine Bar & Gallery

Featuring wines made from Mason County grapes and artwork by renowned southwest artist Bill Worrell and other local artists. Sandstone continues its decade long support of both culinary and visual arts. 3-10 p.m.

The Painted Tree Studio

Studio of Bridget Langdale, Fiber Art, sculptures, Jewelry and conceptual art such as the ‘Umbrella Fence”. Location of PAINT & SIP, where people with little to no talent can bring their wine/beer/soft drink and experience a 2 hour guided class and leave with a completed painting. 3-5 p.m.

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