For Immediate Release, 7th Annual Jingletown Winter Art Walk Announced

7th Annual Jingletown Winter ArtWalk Announced


The Jingletown Arts & Business Community is pleased to announce the 7th Annual Winter Art Walk, Saturday and Sunday, December 1 – 2, 11 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.


The Winter ArtWalk will hold an opening reception on Friday, November 30, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm at 4:20 Gallery, 420 Peterson Street, between Ford and Glascock Streets, Oakland, 94601.

These events are free and open to the public.The annual winter open studio event will highlight the work of more than 35 artists who live and/or work in the area known as Jingletown, which is situated between the Park and Fruitvale Street bridges bordered by the estuary separating Oakland from the island of Alameda.Among other notable artistic enterprises, it is the location of the Gray Loft Gallery, the Institute of Mosaic Art, Apples & Oranges Gallery and Float Gallery, as well as studios of many other notable artists who are living and working in one of the most established arts districts in the Bay Area.For a complete listing of Jingletown artists, businesses and upcoming events in the area, please visit our website at

 Artwalk Participating Artists:


4:20 Gallery – 420 Peterson Street

Mariah Carle, photography,

Kathy Cronin, photography,

Jill Gibson, sculpture and jewelry,

Susan Laing, textiles and jewelry,

Grant Marcoux, forged metalwork,

Jill McLennan, painting, printmaking & ornaments,

John Colle Rogers, H20 Colors and sculpture,

Bill Silveira, mixed media,

Susan Tuttle, jewelry and photography,

Linda Vaughn, textiles, fiber art,

Jon Zax, photography,

2889 Ford Street

Barbara Cushman, collage & hand crafted note cards,  #21

Gray Loft Gallery – 2889 Ford Street, 3rd floor

Susan Brady, mixed media, artist books

Eben Ostby, photography,

Ginny Parsons, mixed media,

Styrous, photography,

Jan Watten, photography,

Karyn Yandow, photography,

Counterpoint Studio – 2899 Ford Street

Lisa Levine, photography,

Peter Tonningsen, photography,

Institute of Mosaic Art, 3001 Chapman Street

Multiple Artists, mosaics,


Ford Street Studios, 2934 Ford Street

Elena Baikova, painting  #37

Peter Dreyfuss, steel sculpture and watercolors,  #35

Chris Kanyusik, sculpture,  #39

Larry Lesterud, photography   #37

Sage Moore, clay   #3

Stan Peterson, sculpture & drawings,  #4

Fernando Reyes, painting, printmaking, drawing,  #26

Anastasia Schipani, textiles and painting,  #30

Apples and Oranges Gallery – 2934 Ford Street  #21

Christopher Ellingson, painting,

Judy Chamberlin, painting,

Chris Kanyusik, sculpture,

White Wall Gallery – 2934 Ford Street  #8

Kevin Mark Collins, landscapes,

Maira Dizgalvis, handmade gourd lamps

Hannah Woebkenberg, mixed media,



About Jingletown: Jingletown acquired its name from Portuguese cannery workers whose earnings would “jingle” in their pockets at the end of the day as they walked home from the factories in the area.  As time went on the neighborhood went into disuse, but in the early 1980’s artists realized the potential and converted many of the neglected warehouses into functioning live/work spaces.  It is now a thriving artist community and one of the fastest growing arts districts in the Bay Area.


In a time when our neighborhood has been changing dramatically, the goal of the Jingletown Arts and Business Community is to heighten awareness about the rich and diverse population of working and exhibiting artists and the creative opportunities in the Jingletown Arts District.




Jingletown Winter Art Walk

For Immediate Release

Contact: Jan Watten



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