KINGFIELD — The third First Friday Artwalk will be held Friday, Feb. 4, and Artwalkers will see new work in almost every venue.

The Stadler Gallery (open until 8 p.m.) will hang tapestries by a French artist, last shown in the gallery in 2004, and the landscape paintings of Kingfield’s Kitty Jones will be featured at CSM Real Estate.

The Gallery at the Mountain Village Farm B&B, south of town, will feature works by Bob Gray (wood block prints), Whitmore Boogaerts (metal sculptures), Cali Almy (pottery), Charlie Rappaport (wood turning) and Penny Hall (ceramic sculptures).

Central Station has joined the Artwalk and will show paintings by Barbara Stewart and Lisa Edwards and quilts by Vicky Birden. Chris Putnam and Friends will play acoustic music in the newly renovated “Wellness” space inside Central Station.

The Reinholt Gallery will have poetry readings, open studios, the work of 26 local artists and some new paintings by Saskia Reinholt. And finally, John and Cynthia Orcutt have mounted a new show at the Schoolhouse Gallery, titled “WINTER,” featuring photographs of the serene and spectacular landscape of the Western Mountains shrouded in snow and ice.

All galleries, as well as the Stanley Museum and the Ski Museum of Maine and Adam’s Attic, will be open from 3 to 8 p.m., offering light fare and refreshments.

Three more walks are scheduled this winter. For more information, see, go to Facebook or contact Saskia Reinholt at [email protected]

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