November 15, 2012
Join the Woodland community for December's First Friday Art Walk on December 7 on Main Street from 5:30 pm to 9:00 pm.
The Historic Woodland Downtown Business Association has planned special holiday themed activities for families and the community to enjoy. At least fifteen businesses, restaurants and art galleries will be exhibiting art or hosting live music and entertainment.
The December Art Walk will feature carriage rides. Artistic highlights include:
The paintings of portrait artist Linda Walsh at the Red Oaks Gallery, located in the Oddfellows building at the corner of Third and Main Street;
William Kenefick's black and white photography will be featured at The Burger Saloon, on the corner of First and Main Street;
Allstate Insurance Company at 726 Main Street will exhibit the large scale acrylic landscapes of Brian Curley;
YoloArts' Gallery 625 will be showing the collected works of Chuck Warner, the late Woodland High School art teacher and acclaimed artist in his own right, and mentor fostering the art careers of many of his students.
Art receptions, viewings and extended business hours are planned at:
Allstate Insurance, The Burger Saloon, The Corner Drug Store, The Cup and Saucer, Dixie's Paws & Claws, Gallery 625, The Gifted Penguin, Lulu's Luxe Hair Lounge & Boutique, Mojo's Lounge & Kitchen 428, Oak Tree Antiques, Red Oaks Gallery, Sweet Potato Pie, Tech-Knuckle Computer Sales, Bargains 2 Benefit.
For more information about the First Friday Art Walk call YoloArts at 530-406-4844 or visit yoloarts.org.