Take a look below for locations in the Friday, March 17 Art Crawl!
What is the cost? There is no cost to participate in Art Crawl! Specific Venues may have optional offers or activities.
How do I sign up to participate? You don't need to sign up! Look at the Art Crawl map to see participating venues, then plan your evening!
How do I get to each venue? "Crawling" from venue to venue would take too long, so we suggest carpooling with a few friends! Depending on the venue, you may be able to walk. Some will be offering complimentary wine & beverages, so you may want a designated driver.
Why should I Art Crawl? You will be supporting local artists, galleries, and museums when you crawl! Live Local!
2017 St. Patrick's Day Art Crawl: Quincy Venues
A. Heath Center Art Gallery @ John Wood Community College | 1301 S 48th St. | 6- 8 p.m. Tricia Dietrich is a Quincy native and recent graduate of the 2016 Color of Woman Teacher Training Program. The art show, entitled “Becoming,” will include acrylic paintings and a variety of other works by artists who have attended and participated in her workshops, including artists Dale Loos, Lisa Wigoda, Emily Arth and Meg Rivers. Palmer, a native of southern California, has been glassblowing for nearly 10 years. Among his works to be displayed are glass pendants, figurines, marbles and other works of art. His studio is located in Columbia, Missouri. The couple will present live painting and glass demonstrations. Exhibit will be on display through Saturday, April 1.
B. Hy-Vee Market Café | 3700 Broadway St. | The artwork of local artist Ann Miller Titus will be featured at the Market Cafe through March 28, 2017. Titus is a fiber artist whose work is inspired by Quincy’s rich architectural history and the mighty Mississippi River.
C. The Budding Artist | 307 North 36th Street, Ste. 108 | Enjoy photography by Michael Vera Eastmond and watercolors by Larry Siwek, Jamie Green, and Julie Nelson. Becky Butler pottery vases will be filled with flower arrangements by Robin Hennahan a.k.a. the Flower Girl of Quincy.
D. Gray Gallery @ Quincy University | 1800 College Ave | John Sevigny of Chicago, IL "Tropicalisimo" Color Photographs will be displayed. They are a contemporary look at the life and culture of Mexico, Guatemala, and El Salvador.
E. Quincy Art Center | 1515 Jersey St. | View three exhibits! Free wine and snacks. Artist talks at 7:30 p.m. The Mini & Massive Glass Exhibition, Students of the Art Center, and Joan Cook’s Journey in Watercolor will be on view. There will be hands-on activities in the studio in conjunction with the student show.
F. Steven Stoll Studio | 828 1/2 Maine St. | Steven Stoll will have large figural charcoal drawings on display in his studio. Snacks provided. The entrance is on the left of the empty storefront.
G. Rosewood Custom Framing | 729 Hampshire | 6-9 p.m. Featured artists are Amber Smith-Bauer, Sandra K. Smith, Howard Kuo, Rebecca Butler, Theresa Spear, Josh McCurdy, Debra K. Scoggin-Myers, Angelo Joseph (AJ) Moretti, Kenneth Hand, and Zachary Meyer. Watch AJ Moretti perform his abstract action painting onsite! Raffle tickets for completed painting are $2. Winner will be drawn at the end of the night.
H. For Home & Her | 646 Maine St. | Featuring new women's apparel, handmade jewelry, wall features, one of a kind accessories, and unique home furnishings. Local artists and makers include Linda Lucke, Steve Bohnstedt, Keven Kewny, Jennifer Bock-Nelson, Sarah Harsell, Ellen Tooley, Emma Dust, Laura Mays, Bonnie Wiemelt, Elizabeth Rankin, April Scott, and more!
I. Potter & Vaughn | 504 Hampshire St. | Katie O’Neal Myers, the artist behind Moon Blossom Baby, will be showcased in an Art Crawl Trunk Show. Katie’s one-of-a-kind and re-designed expressions use upcycled fabric in unique and unexpected ways. Booties, bibs and pants for babies and toddlers, flower pendants, fabric bowls, dog collars, stuffed animals & more! Enjoy delicious Irish-inspired desserts & beverages during Art Crawl!
J. Revelry | 121 S 4th St | Featuring local artwork by Zakiah Ali and many libations!
K. History Museum | 332 Maine St. | View an exhibit of original paintings of Quincy landscapes and buildings by Edward Everett, dating 1850-1870.
Canton, MO Venues
A. Mabee Art Gallery @ Culver Stockton College | 1 College Hill | 6 - 9 p.m. See the internationally acclaimed African American exhibit, A Professor's Influence: The Thompson & Sperry Collections.
B. Fourth Street Warehouse | 112 N 4th St. View artwork by featured artist Linda Gower.