The Washington Art Walk will be held Friday, April 11, from 5 to 8 p.m. and Saturday, April 12, at various locations in Washington.
Some locations will only be open Friday.
Those featuring works are listed below.
Local artists affiliated with the Mid-Missouri Fine Arts Society will display work at The Depot Gallery, 310 W. Front St., Friday and Saturday.
Gary Lucy, Jeanne Miller Wood and Chris Stuckenschneider will show their work in the Gary R. Lucy Gallery, 231 W. Main St., Friday and Saturday.
Miller Wood and Stuckenschneider will sell and sign copies of their recent book “My Washington.” Visitors also can see Lucy’s works in progress.
Works by Larry Pogue will be on displey at his studio, 118 W. Front St., both Friday and Saturday.
Pogue specializes in sculptures interpreting his different life experiences. His works range from with freestanding pieces, jewelry, furniture, accessories and fountains.
Jeremy Hendry, Charissa Coyle and David Potthast works will be on display at John G’s Taproom, 109 West Main St., Friday only.
Coyle works mainly in oils including with decorative painting and murals.
Hendry is a mixed media sculptor who uses found objects ranging from old computers to car parts. Potthast’s work is formal in aesthetic and conception, and uses materials that last.
Works by several ECC art students will be on displayy at 7 W. Main St. Friday evening. “The Art of Emotion” is an investigation of the way that artists convey emotion through artwork.
Another Friday display will be Chad Harmon, who will display work at Joe’s Bakery & Delicatessen, 8 W. Main St. Harmon’s paintings document interactions between people in groups.
A selection of ECC students’ work will be displayed in the Photojournalism Hall of Fame, 8 W. Second St. Friday. The display, “Growing Up,” is a selection of 3-D works exploring the theme of growing up and the way family, location and gener affect experiences.
The Downtown Washington Post Office, 123 Lafayette St., will feature works by photographers Kate Filla and Tristan Crider Friday and Saturday.
Filla’s photographs focus mainly on travel, nature and historic architecture. Crider is of Mind’s Eye Photography.
Art by Jim Peters will be at 110 W. Main St. He primarily paints in the medium of transparent watercolor. Peters display will be Friday and Saturday.
Ray Harvey will display work at My Vintage Varia, 120 W. Main St., Friday and Saturday.
Harvey is a freelance illustrator who has been creating murals and illustrations for 26 years. During the ArtWalk he will display some of his smaller scale original easel paintings.
Gordon Radford will display his work at the Washington Academy of Music, 104 Elm St. Friday and Saturday. He shoots commercial and travel/landscape photography.
Art by Beverly Ann Wells, Marty Coulter and the late Miriam Krone will be at 101 Elm St., both Friday and Saturday.
Wells paints in a style of realism. Coulter’s award-winning landscapes and sensitive commissioned portraits will be displayed along with his live painting demonstration on Saturday.
Krone was an accomplished watercolor artist. Her work was inspired by her love of the world and everything in it. Gregory Krone, her husband, will be displaying her work.
Cowan’s Restaurant, 114 Elm St., will feature work by Charlie Darling. The display will be Friday evening.
Local photographer Slava Bowman will display photographs in I.B. Nuts and Fruit Too, 200 Elm St. Friday and Saturday.
Cole Scego, David Lough and ECC art students will display work at Fern & Sycamore, 319 Elm Street, Friday and Saturday.
The shop will feature Scego’s aluminum, powder-coated wall panels. Lough will display custom woodworking. Sculptural works by ECC ceramics students also will be on display.
Washington Community Arts Studio, 411 W. Fifth St., will feature works by local people of all ages and abilities created at the studio. The display will be open Friday evening.
Sponsors of the Washington Art Walk are Old Dutch, Cowan’s, John G’s Taproom, Joe’s Bakery & Delicatessen, Augusta Wood, Bank of Washington, The Missourian, Top Shelf Designs, Washington Area Chamber of Commerce and Downtown Washington, Inc.