By Jane Warnock
Coordinator, First Friday Art Walk
Help us usher in spring and join in the festivities of Art Walk on April 4, 2014 from 5-8pm. Stroll Old Town as well as 1st, 2nd Streets. Plan to stay for dinner at one of the delicious restaurants on both the west and east side of Old Town.
Eastside Old Town
East Idaho Home Interiors, 237 E. Center, will be featuring Shantell Evans who works with wood creating pieces for the store in her grandfather’s carpentry shop.
Historic Warehouse District
The Museum of Clean Gallery, 711 S.2nd, Twelve Idaho artist showcasing painting, sculpture, photography, and illustrations.
Portneuf Valley Brewing, 615 S. 1st, to host abstract painter Blake Thornton. Also at 6:00 pm the Vagina Monologues, followed by The Interstates band.
Westside Old Town
The Shady Lady, at 655 N. Arthur, exhibiting an amazing new art project in progress, continuing on with the 2nd phase, by Ron Lewis.
Pocatello Co-op, 515 N. Main, Artists from the ISU art department. Aubri Matkin Rachael Warnock, and Cherese Farmer.
Muse Boutique Salon and Spa, 501 N. Main St., Ruffles & Lace Fashion Show at 6:30 & 7pm. Nail Artist Tricia Bame is demonstrating Nail Art and Master Esthecian Nicole Insley is demonstrating Make Up and Glitter Tattoos.
Pocatello Art Center, 444 N. Main, featuring Woodcarvers, and
Photography by the Portneuf Photographers of SE Idaho.
American Family Insurance, 427 N. Main, Watercolor Painter Barbara Swanson
Main Street Music, 401 N. Main, welcomes Sheri Covert and Costner Cude showing paintings and jewelry. Music by Scott Balsai.
Mustard Seed Dreams, 362 N. Main, Fiber artist Kathleen Roberts of Practically Art. Fabric art with a usable side.
Trinity Episcopal Church, at the corner of Arthur Ave. and Lander St., Paintings of Daav Corbet. Refreshments.
Great Harvest Bread Co., 250 N. Main, Keyboard player Joey Henson.
Smoke This, 233 N. Main, Artist Price Worrell.
Main Street Coffee & News, 234 N. Main, to host Photographer Bill Schaefer.
Old Town Mercantile and Antiques, 134 N. Main, Musicians Portneuf Gap, Craig Worth digital artist, and Blue Duck Farms specialty items. Refreshments.
Studio 118, 118 N. Main, Featuring bracelets by Gail Dial.
Larraine’s at The Paris, 100 N. Main, Group show by regional artists
1st Person Games, 320 W. Center, Grand Opening event featuring artist Bob Beason.
Gate City Fine Art Gallery 315 W. Center, will show the work of sculptor and painter, Marilyn Hansen.
The Paper Doll Boutique, 315 W. Center, Suite 104, Mother – daughter duo Debbie Lance and Angelina Lance, The Artist and the Alchemist, displaying handmade jewelry. Refreshments.
Artist Open Studios, 315 W. Center, 3rd floor artist open studios
DeckadencE Board Shoppe, 326 W. Center, Artist Rudie Aguiar will demonstrate various techniques for customizing skateboard grip tape using stencils, mtn 94 artists aerosols and Krink ink markers.
Mind Your Own Beadness, 103 S. Main, music by Best By Yesterday, and artwork by Laura Zuber, Nita Rogers, Steve Hagan and Kevin Taylor. Refreshments.
Cynthia Louise Boutique, 150 S. Main, Jewelry by Jo Vette. Handmade journals by Kelly Beck & My thirty-one Gifts. Music by Dan & Heather Mihlfeith.
The Orange and Black Store, 123 S. Main, is celebrating ISU’s Benny’s Pantry. Benny the Bengal will be there to greet you. There will be face painting by Kristin McLaren. Bring something for Benny’s Pantry.
Blossoms and Beans, 150 S. Main, will be displaying art and giclee prints by Gabrielle Sivitz. Sample some spring-time teas.
The Elks Club, S. Main, will feature classic rock band Absolute Zero, from 5:30 – 8:30.