Local artist Jim Peters, left, speaks with Brian Buchmann during the 2012 Washington Art Walk.  Peters and Larry Pogue were featured artists at the Larry Pogue Sculpture Studio. Both will participate in the art walk again this year.   Missourian Photo.

The Washington Art Walk will be held Friday, Nov. 1, from 4 to 8 p.m.

The Art Walk is sponsored by John G’s Taproom, Cowan’s Restaurant, Old Dutch Hotel and Tavern, Downtown Washington Inc., the Washington Area Chamber of Commerce and each artist.

Below is a list of each artist and the location where they will display their work:

The Depot Gallery, 301 Front St., original artwork by local artists affiliated with the Mid-Missouri Fine Arts Society;

No. 101 Elm St., Marty Coulter;

Gary R. Lucy Gallery, 231 W. Main St., work by Gary Lucy;

The Painted Home, 219-A W. Main St., work by Rachael Coulter;

Pogue Sculpture Studio, 118 W. Front St., work by Larry Pogue;

Addi’s, 124 W. Main St., work by Jeanne Miller Wood;

Former MannWell’s Coffee Alley building, 110 W. Main St., work by Jim Peters;

No. 7 W. Main St., work by East Central College students;

Downtown Post Office, Second and Lafayette streets, work by Jennifer Higerd;

Photojournalism Hall of Fame, 8 W. Second St., work by ECC art students;

Washington Academy of Music, 104 Elm St., work by ECC art students;

Cowan’s Restaurant, 114 Elm St., work by Charlie Darling;

I.B. Nuts & Fruit Too, 200 Elm St., work by Slava Bowman Photography;

Fern & Sycamore, 319 Elm St., work by Cole Scego, Gordon Radford and ECC art students;

Washington Community Arts Studio, 411 W. Fifth St., work by Charissa Coyle and Jeremy Hendry; and

ARTCanDo, 618 W. Fifth St., tour the children’s classroom and their work.