Ardmore Art Walk to provide chance to support local artists and see Ardmore community in Winston-Salem | Arts & Theatre

Emilee Geist

The visual artists that will set up for the Ardmore Art Walk are Emily Clare (linoleum prints and ornaments), Annie Grimes Williams (CopperTide Contemporary Enamel Jewelry), Kat Lamp (Quirky Fun Stuff), Lindsay Piper Potter-Figueiredo (upcycled jewelry, fiber art), Shivani Ghoshal (woodcut and linocut prints), Woodie Anderson (handprinted cloth, paper goods), […]

The visual artists that will set up for the Ardmore Art Walk are Emily Clare (linoleum prints and ornaments), Annie Grimes Williams (CopperTide Contemporary Enamel Jewelry), Kat Lamp (Quirky Fun Stuff), Lindsay Piper Potter-Figueiredo (upcycled jewelry, fiber art), Shivani Ghoshal (woodcut and linocut prints), Woodie Anderson (handprinted cloth, paper goods), Beth Murray (abstract acrylic painter), Mark Williams (handmade drink caddies), Bussie Parker Keyhoe (mixed media artist), Carol Eickmeyer (watercolors, mixed media), Pam Fish (upcycled macrame), Avery Wells (playful contemporary pottery), Liz Simmons (Vultures Become Muses), Toni Becker (whimsical colorful art), Janet Williams (MudFun Pottery), Bill Dent (photography and beekeeping), Bruce Bradford (artistic functional furniture), Jackie Bangma (greeting cards and prints), Matt Floge (boats, homes and joinery) and Caroline Dalholt (paintings, prints and shirts).

The art walk musicians are Cashavelly Morrison (Americana and singer/songwriter), Ardmore Brass Quintet, and Jim Parham and Friends.

The food trucks at the event will be Taco Bros (Mexican food), PinKor’s Delights (Thai Asian food) and Sunset Slush (Italian Ice).

Clare and Williams have worked as a team to put on the art walk, both saying they have enjoyed the experience and coordinating the event together.

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