Brush Up on Local Art at Gallery Night
Explore 19 exhibits before the sun goes down
Friday, Jul. 26
Seeking a picture-perfect evening? Gallery Night continues to grow in popularity, as the inclusive event gives participants the chance to experience multiple shopping options, entertainment, and food selections as they travel throughout the Erie community. Along with the hosting Erie Art Museum, there will be 18 other local businesses participating during the evening's event.
Erie Art Museum: Music from The Division Street Machine and the work of Edinboro professor Chuck Johnson ($3 cover for non-members). — 20 E. 5th St.
Garnon Truck and Equipment: A 15 x 9 foot oil canvas painting and other selections by Nathanial Hale Garnon. — 1617 Peninsula Dr.
Erie Insurance Event Center at the Firehouse: Selected works from Erie Insurance's collection. — 414 French St.
419 Artifacts: Erie artist Larry Walczak's Flora & Fauna. — 419 State St.
Andora's Bubble Tea Shop: Cassy Unger's "Plein Air: Lake to Peak." — 516 State St.
Masonic Temple Association: Tours of the 109-year-old temple and access to the Erie Art Gallery, which resides within the building. —32 W. 8th St.
Asbury Woods/ Brown's Farm Barn: Inspired by Nature will showcase the nature-themed photography, sculptures, and paintings of 11 different artists. — 5774 Sterrettania Rd.
Molly Brannigan's: The works of local artist Helen Tullio. — 506 State St.
Attic Rehab: Specialty items will be sold in order to support the family of artist Jackie Quigley (paintings, textiles), whose daughter Juniper was born with a heart condition. —1501 State St.
The Oasis Market: Local artists including Luke Powers, Braya M'sadoques, Alyssa Stenger, Renee Jones, and Jon Box will be showcasing their collaborative exhibit titled Locally Fresh. — 914 State St.
AWE Gallery at the Palace Center: Published poets Matt Borczon and Thaisa Anne showcase We As Ourselves, which uses imagery through the use of the written word to explore the concept of self. — 915 State St.
Pointe Four: The boutique debuts a dollhouse makeover by artist Scott Quezada, a craftsman of home furnishings and goods. — 2508 Peach St.
Ralph Miller Jewelers: The Animal Inspirations exhibition, featuring work by jewelry artists, plus paintings, watercolors, and acrylics by local artists. — 3330 W. 26th St.
The Chiropractic Offices of Dr. Jack Jamison & Dr. Loeslein: The Presque Isle Artist Association offers a variety of media, including paintings, photography, mixed media, prints, and sculptures. — 2220 W. 8th St.
Sacred Piercing Studio: A celebration of Female Artists of Erie featuring Ryann Burke, Leslie Hess, Tristyn Dabrowski, and Mckenzie Sprague. — 253 W. 8th St.
D'Hopkins Denniston Gallery: Local artists Deanna Steadman, Weber, Gupta, and Braul will display their works of art. — 5 W. 10th St.
Tipsy Bean: The cafe welcomes Michelle Littler in Reclaiming Your Voice. — 2425 Peach St.
Ember + Forge: Works by painter Chris DeMayo. — 401 State St.
Glass Growers Gallery: Rachel Burke will be showcasing her newest oil paintings which embody the essence of raw nature. — 10 E. 5th St.
— Symone Crockett
5 p.m. to 9 p.m. // erieartmuseum.org/events-gallery-night