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Art Walk to showcase diverse artists

Downtown Clarksville’s Art Walk  will be held on Thursday, February 5th from 5 – 8 p.m.

art-paletteHodgepodge will host its first mother/daughter team of artists:  Sophia Eisenbart, a 16 year-old high school student, has been drawing and painting for five years. Her art is influenced by Dan Hiller. Elizabeth Valdez is a self taught contemporary painter who loves to try different mediums,including photography. She is originally from the Caribbean, but has lived here over 20 years.  Her art reflects some of her experience and travels around the county.

During the ArtWalk, Betty’s Antiques will be open and will offer 15% off on all purchases over $100.oo dollars.

Visions Metaphysical Boutique will host Deborah Raleigh-Chandler, who works in oils (landscapes, impressionistic), and artists Afton Chandler and Amanda Harrison, with work in acrylics (modern, Les Fauves).

The Roxy Regional Theatre will host local artist Charles Bennett and his new show in the Peg Harvill Gallery. Wine and cheese will be available as well as tickets for the hit musical comedy ALTAR BOYZ.

ARTifacts, an arts & antiques emporium, will host Becca Droge, of Droge Designs – Jewelry, as well as the textile design team of Maria McClure, Linda Bridges and Amy Richardt.

Becca works with a variety of materials, including semi-precious stones, pearls, swarovski crystals, glass and clay beads, both base and precious metals, wire, and whatever else strikes my fancy. She strives to create jewelry that is artistic while still being extremely wearable.

Maria, Linda and Amy have teamed-up to bring you beautifully artistic fabric designs, such as handbags and quilts.  Their creations are functional works of art!

Rogate’s Boutique will be open and featuring the works of Judy Lewis.


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