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Wenatchee's Arts Walk turns three!

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February 2014 Arts Walk Poster
Wenatchee Art Commission sponsors NCW Juried Art Show

February 2014 Participating Venues 

Arts Walk February 7th, 5 – 7 pm

Installations through February free

Wenatchee’s Art Walk begins its fourth season.  The idea is a simple one.  By joining many individual venues into an organized art walk, the collective effort magnifies our community’s interest and cultural awareness in the arts. The hope is to move people around town into different venues that offer different art experiences.


MAC Gallery on WVC CampusNew Music & Arts Center on WVC Campus 5th St. during building hoursFirst Friday Opening Reception: 5 – 7 pmIn this immersive installation, WVC Art Dept. Director Scott Bailey tries to do much with little.  His experimental project transforms the entire MAC Gallery into a panoramic virtual terrain of rolling hills using only a few surprising materials.

Lemolo Café & Deli 114 N. Wenatchee Ave.   509-664-6576 Sun-Th:11 - 4, F-Sat:11 - 8ishFirst Fridays: ‘til 8-ishArtist Jessica DeRuwe presents a series of colorful paintings inspired by the rippling landscape of the Columbia Basin. Her unrefined style lends to the unique geography and simple beauty of this expansive area. 

Robert Graves Galleryon WVC Campus 1300 5th St, Wenatchee, WA (Sexton Hall, WVC off 9th St)509 682-6776 http://www.robertgravesgallery.orgM: 8 am - Noon & 4 – 7 pmT, W, Th: 9 am - 1 pmEvery Friday 5 - 8 pmFirst Friday: 5 pm – 8  pm"Menagerie" Oil paintings by Cynthia Krieble will continue through February 10.  Cynthia Krieble's bold images relate as much to the non-objective as to realism. Her animal images explore color, light, space and the creative process.

Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center 127 South Mission St.  509-888-6240www.wvmcc.orgT-Sat:10 – 4First Fridays (FREE Admissions): 10 am - 7 pmThe Museum invites you to view the 2014 NCW Juried Art Show in the Main Gallery. This exhibit, juried by artists Jo Braun and Carolyn Law, is a joint project of the Wenatchee Arts Commission and the Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center. Also on view is the 2014 NCW Non-Juried Art Show in the Gold Gallery.

Wenatchee Valley Chamber of Commerce    1 S. Wenatchee Ave.509 662-2116www.wenatchee.orgM – F: 9-5, Sat - Sun: 11-5Tasting Room, Daily; 11-5First Friday Artist Reception: 5  – 7 pmThe presence of color acts as a unifying force and a universal bridge into Majka Sadel’s richly layered oil paintings of remembered and imagined landscapes. Her images do not point at anything in particular, but instead have rhythms, semi-patterns, and imperfect, vague forms.

Art on the Avenues                                   509-662-0059www.artontheavenues.orgEnjoy 83 sculptures, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Established in 1994, this project has helped to define a "sense of place" for Wenatchee. It has also put art in front of the community, and helped to heighten the awareness of art as an integral part of Wenatchee’s quality of life.

Caffè Mela17 N. Wenatchee Ave.                                  509-888-0374www.caffemela.comM,W,Th,F: 7 - 4, Sat - Sun: 8 - 4, This First Friday: Open ‘til 6 PMThis month installation continues with the work of Wenatchee’s established professional artists, Jan Cook Mack and WVC art faculty member, Vicki DeRooy.


Flyers and walking maps at participating venues. Printable PDF of flyers at: Contact: For more images:

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