“The scene can be changed for any season, paintings included, or any photo. A Manhattan skyline would be interesting,” said Zawisa.
— Other ARTery members: paintings by Helen Friedman, Janet Garlikov, Rosie Huart, Mary Baker Koch, Bonnie Kuntz, Tony Lee, Keith Thue, and Leonard Williams; photography by Jim Hayes and Gary Kunze; hand-dyed scarves and shirts by Rosalie Campbell; fabric art and dreamcatchers by Tess Stelmat; wood sculpture by Robert Pricer.
“We have 900 square feet of space, and an added wall for presenting our artwork,” said Clifford. “Right now we’re only open for First Friday and Third Sunday, but we may extend our hours to Saturdays this summer.”
— Other Front Street galleries and studios open during Third Sunday: Mythic Silver, Dayton Art Collective, Adam Mitchell’s Galerie Espiegle, Fairy Godmother Creations, Aquascapes, Divisible, Mike Elsass Studio, Gary Hinsche, Blender, Father Tom, Katherine Cruse, Dutoit Studio, Index Gallery, Mindful Magic Gallery, Julie Byers, and The Glass Station.
“We are the largest community of artists and artisans in the history of the Dayton area. We have over a dozen studios and galleries open to the public,” said Front Street office manager Janice Glynn.
Want to Go?
WHAT: Third Sunday Free Art Hop
WHERE: Various Galleries at Front Street, 1001 E. Second St.
WHEN: Sunday, March 19
HOURS: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
MORE INFO: 937-239-9963 | frontstreetbuildings.com