Artwalk venues

Here are the studios and artists participating in this year's ArtWalk:

� Celestial Ironworks: Back to the Garden Gallery, 619 N. Second St., metalworks, including garden ornaments made from recycled steel.

� Susan McCarthy, 625 Ohio, oil pastels on paper and small porcelain busts of famous women and baseball players.

� Kathleen Anderson and Jude Billings-Johnson, 227 Iowa, watercolors by Anderson and mixed media, oil, acrylic watercolor and calligraphy by Billings-Johnson.

� Jewell Willhite, 2903 Schwarz Road, acrylic paintings.

� Barbara Jarvis, 2504 Westdale Road, mixed-media works on paper combining pastels, paint and found objects.

� Carolyn Young, 803 Highland Drive, photography.

� Shakura Jackson, Valley Lane Studios, 1335 Valley Lane, photography.

� Karla Nathan, Constance Ehrlich, Shanna Wagner and Beverly Willis, 1752 E. 1200 Road, watercolors, hand-painted furniture and antiques, murals, faux wall treatments and redesigned vintage jewelry by Nathan; still life and landscape oil paintings, charcoal drawings and prints, hand-beaded jewelry boxes and Christmas ornaments by Ehrlich; stained glass mirrors, lamps and jewelry and mosaic furniture by Wagner; and acrylic paintings by Willis.

� Clark Fulton, 2343 Westchester Road, watercolors.

� Linda Kelly, 3213 Riverview Road, clay and watercolors.

� Catherine Robins, Bill Bowerman, Mich Braa, Karen Wiley and John Wysocki, 448 N. 1500 Road, small bronze sculptures and whimsical ceramic sculptures by Robins; drawings, acrylics, pastels, serigraphs and prints by Bowerman; dye-painted wall hangings, paintings, prints and three-dimensional works in wood, clay, metal, glass and mixed media by Braa; collages and mixed media by Willey; and photography by Wysocki.

� Iveth Jalinsky, 4613 Woodridge Drive, mixed media and oil on canvas.

� Edward W. Sewell, 2005 Carmel Drive, acrylic on canvas.

� Hy-Vee Side Door Gallery, 3504 Clinton Parkway, various artworks by Baldwin artists.

� Nancy Christy-Moore, 3806 W. 14th Court, water media.

� Laura Kimble, 3211 Clinton Parkway Court, watercolor, charcoal, pastel, wood and linoleum block prints.

� Pat Ransone, 13 Winona Ave., watercolors.

� Yvonne Channel, 2526 Belle Haven Drive, oil paintings and charcoal drawings.

� Celia Smith, 907 W. 27th Terrace, acrylic and ink paintings, prints and cards.

� Karen Ohnesorage and Dian Hauser, 332 Okla., digital collage, painted glass and altered furnishings by Ohnesorage and paintings, drawings and collages on metal by Hauser.

� Suzanne Perry and May Bernofsky, 1321 N.H., lamps, clocks and jewelry by Perry and watercolors and greeting cards by Bernofsky.

� JGladman Gallery, 1401 Mass., photographic art.

� Dale Martin, 1911 R.I., drawn stories.

� Bob Gent, 1801 Barker Ave., glass. Special feature: glassblowing demonstrations and studio tour.

� Lora Jost, 1926 Barker Ave., mixed-media collage, clay-board drawings, murals and illustrations. Special feature: clay-board demonstrations and answers to your questions about collage and murals.

� Lawrence Arts Center, 200 W. Ninth St., "Imagination and Place: Three Perspectives" exhibition.

� Phoenix Gallery, 919 Mass., all media with an emphasis on three-dimensional and functional items. Special feature: artist demonstrations and chance to create own artwork.

� Free State Glass Gallery, 1021 1/4 Mass., hand-blown glass.

� Free State Glass Studio, 307 E. Ninth St., hand-blown glass. Special feature: hot glass demonstrations.

� Dave Loewenstein, 411 E. Ninth St., murals, mosaics, ceramics and prints.

� Downtown Tuesday Painters exhibition, Lawrence Public Library, 707 Vt.

� Downtown Tuesday Painters studio open house, 745 Vt., watercolors, pastels, acrylics, oils and mixed media. Special features: artist demonstrations.

� Southwest and More, 727 Mass., oils, watercolors, acrylics, pen and ink, functional and decorative pottery, textiles and more.

� Fields Gallery, 712 Mass., original artwork by local and regional artists.

� Gil Bavel, 732 Mass., laser lithographs of digital paintings. Special feature: discussions on the process of digital painting.

� Cherie Yvette and Mari Pilar, The Flower Stand, Eighth and Massachusetts streets, flowers by Yvette and mixed media, oil paintings and art cards by Pilar. Special feature: Sample fine chocolates from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday.

� Linda Baranski, Elaine Matt and Karen Woolery, Poehler Warehouse, 619 E. Eighth St., third floor, mosaics by Baranski, oil paintings by Matt and oils, mixed media and folk art by Woolery.

� Traci Bunkers, Karen Jacks and Bobbi Studstill, Poehler Building, 619 E. Eighth St., studio 3D, fiber by Bunkers; assemblages of wood, metal, paper, castings, etc., by Jacks; and textile and paper constructions by Studstill. Special feature: Spin/Knit-in! from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. Bring your spinning or knitting.

� Borderline Gallery, 846 Pa., ceramics, metal, jewelry, textiles, and accent furniture, includes work by local artists.

� Lori Hinrichsen, Marion Dyer and Nan Renbarger, 1205 Pa., handmade paper, book arts and collage by Hinrichsen; art quilts, thread-sketch collages, Barbie goddesses and mummies by Dyer; and fiber by Renbarger.

� Diana Dunkley, Dan Hermreck, Margaret Rose and Cathy Tisdale, Studio 3D, 1019 Del., abstract and allegorical metallic watercolors, watercolor nudes, and performance and installation work by Dunkley; ceramics, mixed media and sculpture by Hermreck; assemblages, mixed media, paintings and monotypes by Rose; and ceramics by Tisdale.

� Dave Van Hee, 1511 E. 1584 Road, mixed media. Special feature: The Hugh Beaumont Memorial Glade.

� Kathy Drungilas, 2132 E. 26th St., pastels and oil paintings.


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