Strolling for comments, at Art Walk

Ceramics by Kristy Lombard

Downtown Tillamook will be bursting with creativity this Saturday, Nov. 24, as artists showcase their works at the Fourth Saturday Art Walk from Art Accelerated.

Art fans starting their stroll at the Art Accelerated Gallery at 1906 Third Street will get to see a new Fall Show of members’ work as well as trying their hand at card-making projects.

More card-making activities will be on offer at YoTime, 314 Main Avenue, with featured artist Christine Harrison. Jude Welter will perform a painting demonstration at Madeline’s Vintage Marketplace, 2016 2nd Street, while artist Dennis Worrell will be on hand from 5 to 9 pm at Pacific Restaurant, 205 Main Avenue.

Both Melonie Ferguson and Ann Harper will be showing at Tangled Yarns, 207 Main Avenue, and several local artists have their works on display at Sunflower Flats at 217 Main Avenue. Also on Main Avenue, Kristy Lombard will be showing her handmade ceramics at Kristy Lombard Pottery, 115 Main Avenue.

Art and design by Seasons & James will be on show at the Salty Raven at 1908 Second Street, while Linda Werner shows off her collaged boxes at Lucky Bear Soap Co., 1906 Second Street.

Finally, walkers can take advantage of the Tillamook Pioneer Museum’s free admission during Art Walk to see Elaine Norberg’s “Before and After” exhibit. The museum is at 2106 Second Street.

Venues are open from 1 to 3 pm unless noted otherwise.

For more information, contact Christine Harrison, 503 809 9172 or go to www.artaccelerated.org.

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