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Posted: Sunday, October 13, 2013 1:00 pm | Updated: 1:39 pm, Fri Oct 18, 2013.

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.

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