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ABOUT FIRST FRIDAY ART WALK

Gallery Route One in Point Reyes Station is producing First Friday Art Walk, taking place on first Fridays, June through October in downtown Point Reyes Station California.

 

Come here to find out what spaces are participating, and any special events they might be hosting.

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What's Happening June 7th

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Gallery Route One

11101 Hwy One, Suite 1101

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May 4 - June 9

Showing:

Jenny-Lynn Hall, (im)material - an installation addressing the arbitrary nature of reality.

Beth Fein, The Poetry of Water - an exhibit of prints on paper and silk are an abstraction of natural habitats and water reclamation, integrating art and science as visual poetry.

Renée Owen and Mirka Knaster, RUST: A Topography of Time - textural conversation entwining the artists’ interpretations of the diaspora, lines stretched across the globe, with the patterns and colors of rust creating a metaphor for the changes and loss woven through the refugees’ plight.

 

The exhibiting artists will be present to meet visitors.

Musical performance by Singer/songwriter Brian Foster & Violinist Terry Ann Gillette 

They have been playing music together for decades. From Brian's originals on his inspiring CD Hear the Earth to crowd pleasing, danceable cover songs, their style ranges from blues to folk, rock and reggae. A talented multi-instrumentalist, Brian plays guitar, mandolin, harmonica and shakuhachi flute. Terry Ann's vibrant violin playing adds a depth of feeling, with sound effects like shimmers, harmonics slides, and graduations in volumes and vibrato, intensifying the rhythm. They enjoy performing for live audiences, either together or solo, or with one of their bands, including As the Crow Flies and Brian's newest band, The Retrofits. To purchase a CD or book a performance, contact Brian at brianfoster1341@yahoo.com.

Open Thursdays - Mondays, 11am -5pm

11245 Hwy One

May 24 - July 29

Showing:

Stones and Stars

An ongoing exhibit of daytime and night sky photographs by Marty Knapp made at the Alabama Hills and Joshua Tree National Park.

Open Fridays through Sundays, 11am - 5pm

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11250 Hwy One

June 1 - 17

Showing:

Earth, Wind, Fire and Water, the Annual Artists in the Schools Exhibition

 

Earth, Wind, Fire and Water: Understanding the Elements Through Art and Language is the theme of Gallery Route One’s Artists in the Schools program for 2023-24. The theme encourages students to understand how the four natural elements harmoniously give rise to life and matter. 

Open Monday- Saturday 9am-5pm, Sunday 10am-5pm

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65 Third Street, Unit 14

COME BACK IN JULY!

The Visions space invites collaboration, inclusion and sharing of ideas; bringing together objects from local and international makers and artists, and curated to reflect values of sustainability, utility, expansiveness and beautilful design. Come say hi :)

 

Open Friday - Monday 11am - 4pm

11101 Hwy One, Suite 105

May 31–August 4

Showing:

Portraits & Landscapes: Creative Growth 

Blunk Space is a gallery and research center dedicated to preserving and advancing the legacy of JB Blunk

Open Friday–Saturday, 11am–5pm, or by appointment. Please email contact@jbblunk.com to book.

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65 Third Street, Suite 12

Through June 30th

Showing:

Protect What You Love: Art As Advocacy Art Show

Discover our area’s unique flora and fauna through various art styles and mixed media by local artists.

Artists Include:Wes Eagle-Gibbs, Sarah Killingsworth, Barbara Libby-Steinmann, Mark Lipman, Michael O’Shea, Shelley Rugg, Kathryn St. Clair, and Xander Weaver-Scull.


Art as Advocacy is a long-standing platform that has brought awareness and promoted conservation practices around the globe. Artists use their unique perspectives to bring attention to the natural world, using art to express ideas of beauty, outrage, or both. By focusing our attention and evoking emotion, artists connect us to new ways of seeing and thinking about our world. In an age of climate change and biodiversity loss, this attention to every part of ecosystems has never been more important.

Artist Talk at 6pm: Barbara Libby-Steinmann is an award-winning visual arts educator, mTBI survivor suffering from Post-Concussion Syndrome. Her contemporary works pave a way for her healing to take place through the arts, integrating botanical philosophies and raising awareness for other brain injury survivors.

Exhibition may be viewed Wednesday - Saturday 12 - 4 pm.

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11275 Hwy One

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In June, showing:  Nancy Stein and Sylvia Gonzalez, Michael Garlington, Bernie Schimbke , Mimi Robinson, Ark Surreal and more.

Vita Collage is a thoughtful collection of Home * Fashion *Jewelry * Art * and Garden acquisitions with a particular perspective: offering an alternative shopping experience in an inspiring environment.

Visit the open garden for a dash of libations.

Monday, 11:30 AM–4 PM

TuesdayClosed

Wednesday & Thursday, 11 AM–4:30 PM

Friday,11 AM–5 PM

Saturday & Sunday, 10:30 AM–5 PM

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11101 Hwy One, Suite 105

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Monk Estate curates a collection of one of a kind antique jewels and objects of art primarily from the Victorian era set within a broader context of contemporary ceramics and other treasures for your home.

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503 B Street

COME BACK IN JULY!

Founded in 1971, the Dance Palace is a place for the people of West Marin to come together, learn, celebrate and meet new friends. We host a wide variety of programs and services for people of all ages right here in Point Reyes. The lobby gallery is curated by our Art Committee and shows work by established and emerging artists of West Marin or whose subject is West Marin. Some recent artists include: Susan Hayes, Tess Felix, Mardi Wood, Cindy Davis, Ann Gessert, Sally Fairfax, Travis Meinolf and Alex McLean.

Their Mission: To enrich the quality of life in West Marin by providing diverse cultural, educational, and community services in a well-maintained, environmentally friendly facility.

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11101 Hwy One, Suite 109

Showing:

BRITTA KATHMEYER

Featuring a series of artworks with the artist's bowl motif. 

CARRIE CRAWFORD of MINERAL WORKSHOP

We will have a mood board of Carries process of hand dying linen fibers with the Indigo plant.

Open Thursday & Friday: 12-5
Saturday 11-6
Sunday 12-5
For private visits & design consultation please ring: 415-720-0434

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Showing:

 “Sacred Whimsy”, a new series of paintings by Ernesto. 

 

Ernesto’s Studio showcases the art of Ernesto Sanchez. His work is mixed media and multicultural with influences from his southern Californian Mexican-American upbringing, travels through Asia, Europe, Latin America, and his 25 years as an international mask performer and teacher. Also on display are works from the “Spirits of the Underworld”series, the “Divine Goddess”, and some mirrored mosaics. 

At 6pm, Ernesto will give a talk about the transformational power of masks and how he strives to imbue his art with this energy.

 

Varied hours. When he is in the studio the studio is open to the public.

11101 Hwy One, Suite 107, next to Cafe Reyes

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11315 Hwy One

Showing:

Work by Marin Artists, Kathleen Lipinski, Tom Killion, Todd Pickering, Joyce Laws, Susan Hall, Wendy Schwartz, & Andrea Hubbard. Also featuring Nichibei and Gokan pottery.

Open daily, 11am - 5pm.

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80 4th Street

Showing:

Charlie Callahan.

Cute DJs, Bianka and Sabreen will be spinning.

 

At Wild West Ferments we are inspired by the ancient wisdom of our work. Fermentation is an age-old practice of preserving and enhancing food through a simple dance with nature. The act of fermenting foods has been engaged to preserve harvests and create alcohol (and religious experiences) by ancient cultures all over the world. In every culture known, the lore and traditions related to fermentation help us understand what a vital role it plays in food systems and religious beliefs. Today the frontiers of science are focusing on the benefits of fermentation in a myriad of realms, confirming that age-old ways have value beyond our knowing.

Open Friday - Monday, 11am - 5pm.

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11401 Hwy One

NOTE: ink.paper.plate has closed. They will be missed!

ink.paper.plate was a printmaking studio, gallery, and art supply shop.

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250 B Street

Showing:

Emily Kuenstler

Visit Emily's home studio for a glimpse into her life and art.

Visit by appointment by emailing: e.m.kuenst@gmail.com

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Emily Kuenstler

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