BRUNSWICK – The Second Friday Art Walk on Aug. 8 will feature work by dozens of artists, all on view from 5 to 8 p.m. in downtown in Brunswick and Topsham. People are encouraged to take a self-guided tour from VSA Arts Gallery on Park Row to Artifacts in Topsham.

At Kat Logan Open Studio at 145 Maine St., encaustic paintings and watercolors of Maine landscapes and birds are on view. At Fort Andross, the Coleman Burke Gallery will open the “There’s No Such Thing As Panthers,” a sculptural installation by a four-person artists’ collaborative. Next door, Frontier will unveil “Photovoice,” an exhibit by 200 men and women of China’s Yunnan Province who have photographed their daily lives.

People will also find “Monotypes,” by Stephen B. Johnson, at Little Dog Coffee Shop and “Dinner for 30” at Spindleworks, where a 30th anniversary garden party will include music and refreshments. Pleasant Street exhibitions include “Under the Sun,” paintings and drawings in a variety of media by Harriet Lindemann at Points of View; and a couple of doors down Gallery Framing is showing “Influence of the Rising Sun,” Japanese textile art by Kathy Goddu.

These are just a few of the 24 exhibits and studios participating in The Second Friday Art Walk presented by Five Rivers Arts Alliance.

Complete listings are available online at www.fiveriversartsalliance.org and can be found in yellow flyers with a map at participating locations. For more information, call 798-6964.


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