Jingletown Winter 2nd Friday Art Walk Friday, December 11 from 6:00 – 9:00 pm


Jingletown Winter 2nd Friday Art Walk

 

Friday, December 11 from 6:00 – 9:00 pm galleries and a few studios in the neighborhood will hold 2nd Friday Art Walk receptions from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.  These events are free and open to the public.

 

The 10th Annual Winter Art Walk event includes open studios and neighborhood galleries highlighting the work of outstanding artists who live and/or work in Jingletown.

 

Join us for holiday cheer and great art!

 

Participating artist studios and galleries in the 2nd Friday ArtWalk

 

4:20 Gallery           

420 Peterson Street

Multiple artists, including:

Judy Chamberlin, painting

Philip Hall,  Digital  Enhanced Image on Fine Art Paper    philiphallimagesandlight.zenfolio.com

Jill McLennan,  paintings, prints & ornaments      jillmclennan.com

Eric Murphy, photography

Bill Silveira,  mixed media

Susan Tuttle,  jewelry

 

Float Gallery                                               

1091 Calcot Place #116

Multiple artists – group show,  Prints & Industrial Furniture     thefloatcenter.com

 

Ford Street Studios

2934 Ford Street

Studio #2    Counterpoint Studio, LLC,  photography/mixed media   counterpointphoto.com

Studio 30     Anastasia Schipani,  Textiles, Sculpture and Painting     anastasiaschipani.com

 

Gray Loft Gallery

2889 Ford Street, 3rd floor

Multiple artists – group photography show “Nature (re)Defined”     grayloftgallery.com

 

 

Jingletown Art Studios           

3001 Chapman Street

Melissa Johnson,  painting and pastels      melissawjohnson.com

Neela Miller,  painting – acrylic and gouache      neelamiller.com

Barbara DiSalvo,  handmade paper and fused glass

Jan Stamos,  mixed media     janstamos.com

Stephanie Williamson,  photography       Stephoto.net

 

 

Norton Factory Studios

3094 E 10th Street

Multiple artists,  various mediums      nortonfactorystudios.com

 

 

About Jingletown: The neighborhood acquired its name at the turn of the century when 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, signifying prosperity.  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 district in the Bay Area. Visitors to the neighborhood will see colorful mosaic murals on converted warehouse walls, intersection street painting art and the Peterson Street Community Wall, a work which features murals by many of the residents of Jingletown.

 

 

 

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