Ames Downtown Art Walk is Thursday. We have the listing of spots, artists

Potter Greg Lamont creates a clay vase during the Art Walk in downtown Ames in June 2017.

Art enthusiasts will be drawn to downtown Ames Thursday as Ames Most important Avenue holds its 27th yearly Art Walk from 5-8 p.m.

In the latest several years, Ames Main Road claimed an attendance of far more than 4,000 folks at the occasion. The function is commonly held in early June, but in 2020 it was held in Oct due to COVID-19 numbers becoming so substantial in Tale County in June. 

The Artwork Walk will return in power this yr with far more than 60 artists participating at extra than 50 enterprises and venues. 

“The once-a-year Artwork Walk is a excellent function that showcases downtown corporations as effectively as community artists,” Ames Most important Road posted on its web page. “Learn the artwork of over 60 artists like painters, jewellery makers, photographers, woodworkers, potters, sculptors, musicians, and considerably extra.”

There is no admission cost for the loved ones-pleasant party. 

Ames Major Street’s list of destinations and artists:

  • 301 Major, 301 Key St. – Letter with Lauren Liz, calligraphy
  • Acorn Antiques and Consignments, 319 Principal St. – Debonair Supply Co., Christine Brinkmeyer, artist-made pocket T-shirts
  • Ames Background Museum, 416 Douglas Ave. – Chuck Bickel, paintings, drawings, illustrations and woodwork
  • Ames Community Library, 515 Douglas Ave. – Amara Agba, electronic artwork and painting
  • Ames Tile, 115 Major St. – Karrie Daniels
  • Ames Yoga Centre, 327 Key St., Suite 3 – Mary Ann Kainlauri Studio, paintings and prints
  • Aunt Maude’s, 547 Main St. – Andrew Gunhus, portray
  • Ann’s Insurance coverage, 118 Principal St. – Ann Webb, combined-media
  • Avec Structure Establish, 131 Main St. – Diane Michaud Lowry, images Tibi Chelcea, electronic technologies and multimedia layout Sue Trom, quilt artisan and Patty Trom-Chook, multimedia
  • Cafe Diem, 229 Key St. – Brooke Hartmann, paintings
  • Stylish Salon, 202 Most important St. – Jorja Kemp, alcoholic beverages art Sew & Throw, sewing
  • Chocolaterie Stam, 230 Major St. – Caroline Freese, multimedia
  • Cynthia Duff Plaza, Primary and Douglas – Reid Miller
  • Della Viti Ames, 323 Main St. – Matt Corones and josephdavidsoukup, artwork with poetry
  • Pet-Eared Guides, 203 Major St. – Tanvi Rastogi, portray and drawing
  • Duck Well worth Carrying, 232 Major St. – Tim Browse, Five Finger Studio, painting
  • Emerhoff’s Footwear, 215 Key St. – Ethan Marino, illustrations and graphic style
  • Essence of Purely natural Splendor, 410 Primary St. – Arms that Dance, Sabrina Bush
  • Everts Bouquets, 329 Major St. – Terry Scroll, noticed art
  • The Frame Store, 210 Most important St., higher level – Keith VanDePol, painting
  • Gilger Styles, 236 Primary St. – Justin Gilger, bonsai trees demonstration
  • Terrific Harvest Bakery and Cafe, 502 Burnett Ave. – Clara Mikovec and Emma Bolles, portray
  • Excellent Plains Sauce & Dough Co., 129 Most important St. – Gabryel Rudloff
  • Heroic Hair, 209 Principal St. – Dylan Jacobson, comics and illustrations
  • Heroic Ink, 211 Principal St. – Cost-free crafts from The Workspace
  • KHOI Neighborhood Radio, 410 Douglas Ave. – CTS (Cleora Stanley)
  • The Knittery Nook & Fibre Co., 328 Main St., Suite 115 – Marilyn Anderson, fiber artist
  • Lindsey Loo’s, 312 Key St. – Jamila Johnson, handmade print blocks, illustration prints, watercolor paintings and ink illustrations
  • The Loft, 233 Principal St. – Fern Neubauer, paintings and jewelry
  • Lott New music Studio, 401 Clark Ave, Suite 220 – McKayla Carlson, multimedia paintings and sculptures
  • Melissa Stenstrom Fantastic Jewellery, 507 Main St. – Valerie Williams, ceramics and jewelry Liz Morse, live new music
  • Moorman Clothiers, 226 Key St. – Kelsey Wilson, portray and illustration
  • Morning Bell Coffee Roasters, 111 Main St., Suite 101 – Laura Roy, paintings Christian Schnieder, reside music
  • NAMI of Central Iowa, 424 Fifth St. – Betty Chamness Trost, portray and embroidery
  • Noir, 405 Kellogg Ave. – Carmen Cerra, pen and ink sketches Saxophone Thursday, are living music
  • Nook & Nest, 309 Main St. – Created by Gina, painting
  • Oak Lane Candle Co., 121 Most important St. – Laurie Hoifeldt, painting
  • Octagon Centre for the Arts, 427 Douglas Ave. – Ruben Ruiz, ceramics
  • Photosynthesis, 317 Major St. – Monthly bill Rickard, spoon artist Wendie Schneider, images Elisabeth Lonergan, photography
  • Rippke Structure, 429 Douglas Ave. – Shelby Mitchell, jewelry
  • The Salon in Ames, 323 Major St. – Cody Burgduff
  • Story County Democrats, 415 Primary St. – Shawn Palek, airbrush
  • Threadit, 429 Douglas Ave. – Janae Smith, clothing architect
  • Tom Evans Park, Burnett and Primary – Ames Community Artwork Fee Onion Creek Band, reside songs
  • Torrent Brewing Business, 504 Burnett Ave. – Greg Lamont, hand-thrown wheel pottery
  • Completely transform Wellness Collective, 130 Primary St. – ResinateD’, hand-thrown wheel pottery
  • Tres Teal, 314 Major St. – Angela Dunkin, blended-media and jewelry
  • The Vinyl Grind, 303 Kellogg Ave. – Blake Delaney
  • Z.W. Mercantile, 301 Most important St., Suite 108 – Alicia Wilkinson, multimedia painting
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