12 Friday / July 12, 2019

July Gallery Walk

05:00 pm to 08:00 pm
Thirteen Downtown Bloomington Galleries

JULY 2019 Gallery Walk
Friday, July 12, 2019

Greetings Fellow Gallery Walkers!
Our July Gallery Walk is quickly approaching, and we are pleased to announce the featured artists and their exhibits at our 13 gallery spaces in downtown Bloomington!

We are delighted to bring you fresh and dynamic art experiences from a wide range of talented artists through a variety of mediums. Check out the following exhibitions and locations, and visit our website at www.gallerywalkbloomington.com for show details and a map.

We look forward to hosting you Friday, July 12th!

By Hand Gallery
“Celestial Wheel”
Artist: Kris Busch & Scott Johnson

Dimensions Gallery at Artisan Alley
“Texture & Light: Painterly Art of the Universe”
Artist: Brandon Hamilton

The Fell Gallery
See website: www.ifellbloomington.com

Gallery SCG
“Hand-Crafted Pottery”
Artist: Carl deGraaf

Gather: handmade shoppe & Co
“Knick Knack”
Artists: Bethany Lumsdaine & Jessie Grubb

Ivy Tech John Waldron Arts Center
“Bloomington Photography Club Juried Summer Show”
Artist: Bloomington Photography Club

Monroe Convention Center Art Gallery
“Hanging Out With Local Clay”
Artist: Local Clay Potters

Pictura Gallery — FAR Center for Contemporary Arts
“This Place”
Artist: Leigh Merrill
Brick Gallery at FAR
Artists: Wevolve Labs

Rainbow Bakery
“Sky Blanket”
Artist: Rose Harding

The Venue Fine Art & Gifts
“The Art & Soul of Bloomington”
Artist: various local artists

Untitled Light at the Mill

The Vault at Gallery Mortgage
“In Memorium”
Artist: James MC Yang

Cost: Free

For more information contact:

Patricia Russo
[email protected]

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