Art on the Avenue Happening in Bellevue on Friday
Thu, 09/03/2015 - 11:08 RCN Newsdesk
This Friday, the shops on Fairfield Avenue in Bellevue will be filled with the works of several talented artists for a night of art, music, and fun. The event begins at 5:00 p.m. and continues through the evening.
In addition to discovering incredible creative works throughout historic Fairfield Avenue, visitors are sure to enjoy meeting the following special Art IN VUE artisans:
Irish Leather Works - 321 Fairfield Ave.
Grand Opening! - Please join us in welcoming Irish Leather Works - fine hand-crafted leather products using vintage equipment and techniques.
Witt's End Candy Emporium - 305 Fairfield Ave.
Matt Mouser - Hear the sounds of his music.
Becky Linhardt - Creating jewelry.
Splendid Things - 318 Fairfield Ave.
Bill Dirkes - A painter of representational realism whose work is predominantly inspired by both nature and the human condition.
Bella on the Avenue - 341 Fairfield Ave.
Rebecca Stillpass - Pulls from her vast creative experiences to bring about a unique design perspective focusing on the business side of Stillpass Studios and her passion, photography.
Frame and Hang Studio and Gallery - 401 Fairfield Ave.
Lindsay Morgan Prince - 17 year-old muralist and photographer currently working on a graphic design degree from AIC, College of Design. Lindsay donates all proceeds from her art sales to animal charities.
Art in the Park Silent Auction - benefiting WNKU - It's opening night of the auction! Make a bid on works donated by a sampling of Art in the Park artists. The auction will close during Art in the Park on Saturday, September 12 at 4 pm.
Field of Vue Art - 707 Fairfield Ave.
Brittany Gillstrap - Her inquisitively playful nature is the balance to her experience and years of practice, and that voice is something to be reckoned with. She says: "My soul purpose in life is to capture the heart and wonder of the world around me, and share that joy with people through my music."
Virgil's Cafe - 710 Fairfield Ave.
Artist work display only.
Guy McIntosh - painter and illustrator
Mike Hargis - painter
Joe Drury - glass sculpture
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