Saturday, February 11, 2017

This Weekend, 2/11/2-17

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Trolley Stop #1 – 2955 Central Avenue starts here at 5pm.
Craftsman House Gallery – 2955 Central Avenue - Wire & Wood: The Art of Bim Willow. The legendary willow furniture maker, author, and activist debuts his new collection of wire sculptures. Patsi a world-renowned psychic from Golden Peacock Psychic Readings, will be giving readings on the porch.

Trolley Stop #2 – Station Numberthree - 2701 5th Ave. South

Thee Photo Ninja - Open gallery.

Civil Savage Design - Closed for February

Trolley Stop #3 – 26th Ave. South between 26th & 27th St.
Charlie Parker-Pottery – 2724 6th Avenue S. – Demos by Charlie Parker through out the evening.

Zen Glass Studio – 600 27th Street South - The Women of Glass show. Featuring an all female line-up of glass artists. Also visit all of the glass studios and glass galleries for the 1st annual Sunshine Glass Week & Glass Trail ArtWalk. And the latest work from your friends at Zen Glass Studio.

Trolley Stop #4 – 562 25th St. South
Funktionhouse Urban Lumber & Furnishings – 562 25th St. S - Closed for February.

Consilience - 2501 Emerson Avenue South (727) 280-3638 - Featuring ceramic artist Brenda McMahon. McMahon will be showing her award winning saggar fired vessels, along with her latest ceramic tile art sculptures.

Trolley Stop #5 – 2342 Emerson Ave. South
Duncan McClellan Gallery – 2342 Emerson Avenue South – Ciao Amici! Salvadore and Ferro Brothers from Murano, Italy!

Trolley Stop #6 – 400 23rd St. South
Brick Street Clay Studio - 400 23rd Street South. New work on display.

Trolley Stop #7 – in the parking lot of 515 22nd St. South
Dazzio Art Experience Gallery & School of Art - 515 22nd Street South - St. Petersburg: Each artist has portrayed our City in their own unique way. Everything from realism to abstraction. Some choose our buildings to define St. Petersburg, while others paint the colorful citizens in situations that make them interesting to paint. The featured artist of the month is Pat Green. Meet artists, many who will be demonstrating and painting. Live music.

Soft Water Studios - 515 22nd Street South - A 1500 sq ft. rotating warehouse gallery featuring sculpture, pottery, and paintings. The opening for Surrealist Tendencies by Timothy Innamorato. Timothy's work is full of color and full of life. Resident artists will open their studios to the public.

Mga Sculpture Studio – 515 22nd Street South - A commission driven sculpture facility that specializes in the design, fabrication and installation of sculptural objects in a variety of mediums from cartable materials to metal fabrication. Currently working on several large scale commissions for local private entities and across the country.


Trolley Stop #8 – 2240 9th Ave. South
Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum - 2240 9th Avenue South - TBA

Gallerie 909 - 909 22nd Street South - TBA

Trolley Stop #9 – 420 22nd St. South
Morean Center for Clay – 420 22nd Street South - Opening reception: Florida Heat Surface Gallery Show.

Trolley Stop #10 – in the parking lot of 3 Daughters Brewing Starts Here at 5pm - Free parking lot for trolley riders
Nancy Smrekar Art Studio - 2135 3rd Avenue South, Unit #5, Five Deuces Galleria Garden Building. Featuring acrylic/oil paintings in impressionism, realism, and abstract styles by emerging artist Nancy Smrekar.

Trolley Stop #11 – 2006 2nd Ave. South
From Mayan Hands - 2006 Second Avenue South - Featuring handmade Mayan folk art, both new and antique. Also a large selection of santos, nativities, day of the dead, dance masks, colorful wooden animals, and outrageous Mayan art. Plus the usual religious folk art.

Trolley Stop #12 – 2010 1st Ave. South
Clay Center of St. Petersburg - 2010 1st Avenue South – Featured artist Ryan Raines. Ryan is a local artist new to the area. Visit with Kyu Yamammoto (Muse Winner). Raku firing throughout the night.

Trolley Stop #13 – 1114 Central Avenue
Creative Clay – 1114 Central Avenue - Civil Rights: Yesterday and Today. A Black History Month exhibit honoring those who initiated The civil rights movement in the 1950’s through the present. Featuring ceramics, mixed media and paintings by the Transition & member artists of Creative Clay. Also on exhibit, Elegant Women, paintings by our featured artist, Shasta G. Live music 6-8pm.

Trolley Stop #14 – 620 1st Ave. South
The Studio@620 - 620 First Avenue South - Local artist Tyler Staggs exhibits a new body of work, Connections, which explores the correlation between life experiences and inter-personal relationships. Staggs has taught art in a wide range of settings to people with varying abilities and disabilities. This exhibition embraces Stagg's own fears of vulnerability by showcasing personal growth through art. Through performance art and painting he'll share his philosophy of individual transformation and overcoming inner obstacles. He hopes that by sharing the importance of relationships, viewers will create their own personal connections.

Trolley Stop #15 –3rd St. S. between Central & 1st Ave. South
The Gallery - 200 Central Ave. Suite 111 - Featuring digital collage artist, Jason Brueck. The Waste and Taste of Space: a special exhibit featuring some of Brueck's newest work. Space represents both the finite and infinite. Recognizing and respecting the parameters of each, requires an urgency to change the way we're changing things. Meet the artist.

Ocean Blue Galleries - 284 Beach Dr NE - St Petersburg's newest fine art gallery. Alexi Butirskiy will be painting live and in person.

SHAPIRO'S Gallery – 300 Beach Drive NE. - Showcasing the finest in American made blown glass, jewelry, pottery, wooden boxes and sculpture.

D-gallerie - 203 1st Street North - Showcasing top quality emerging and mid-career artists from Latin America and Florida. An unusually unpretentious place where art lovers can participate in the appreciation and collection of original art.

Lynn Merhige Gallery - 216 Fourth Street N - Ne


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