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ArtPeers FALL FESTIVAL 2010 Resource Guide

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This is a preview of ArtPeers FALL FESTIVAL 2010 venues and artists.  FALL FESTIVAL takes place 9/9 - 9/11 this year, along Wealthy street.  Here are your venues and artists.


ROWSTER New American Coffee
632 Wealthy SE

New to the street, Kurt and the rest of Rowster are excited to welcome very talented photographers Jonathan A. Clay and Jason Glerum as well as Mr. Hugo Claudin. This is a can't-miss venue.
Fusion Salon
750 Wealthy SE

Shane and the stylists at Fusion will be welcoming Fred Quillin, Anthony Nowack and Stephanie Trompen for the festival. Fred has a couple new Maya Lin inspired pieces he will be displaying. Stephanie and Anthony have great bodies of work that will undoubtedly make Fusion's 100 year-old brick walls come to life.
Urban Pharm
1025 Wealthy SE

Pat and the Ryans will welcome two great organizations--The Litribune and Grand Rapids Comics Roundtable - to show what they are working on. Also, artists Rachel Foss, Michael Cook and Nick Nortier will grace the walls with their recent work.
Brick Road Pizza
1017 Wealthy SE

Cindy, Jody and their wonderful staff will be welcoming FIVE tremendously talented artists into their space for the weekend. Carol VanderNat, Elizabeth Mayville and Joseph DeCommer are each painters with different yet complimentary styles. Also showing at Brick Road are jewelry maker Rosemary Misfud and photographer Tim Kornoelje.
Coat of Many Colors
1052 Wealthy SE

Matt will be celebrating his 4th anniversary on Wealthy. He will welcome artists John Bailey and Andrew Kauervane inside as Brenda Beerhorst and family show in the Wonder Wagon outside and sell baked goods for their ArtPrize entry. Live music on Friday from 5-9 PM by Badenya, Seth and the Rick Beerhorst Band. More to be announced later.
The Winchester
648 Wealthy SE

The Winchester is hosting three artists with very different styles. Jonathan Quist, a very talented painter & teacher, will be showing some large canvases. Photographer Rob Wilkinson will be hanging some recent work. Also, jewelry maker Stephanie Trompen will be showing her creations. With its large brick walls, The Winchester should shape up to be quite a show.
Art of the Table
606 Wealthy SE

Art of the Table are hosting two artists, graphic designer and painter Kim Kibby and illustrator Jane VanderLaan presenting original works featuring familiar Grand Rapids landmarks.
Johnnie B’z
638 Wealthy SE

welcoming painter Dixie Olin, Herschell Turner, and photographer Dave Johnson.

Wealthy @ Charles
738 Wealthy SE

welcomes mixed media artist Amy Greving, photographer Ken Kolker, Jane Everhart, painter and sculptor Joe Krajkiewcz specializing in metal work, Scott Stegman, and painter Jon Bouck.
Atomic Object
941 Wealthy SE

One of Fall Festival’s largest venues is hosting an incredible 15 artists.  Mixed media artists Maggie Hire, Ashley Rexford, Sara Bakker, Colette and Gerrie Karasinski will show recent work.  Writer Allison Bannister will display photographs. Jewelry maker Armored Hearts will have their latest chainmaille pieces available, painters  Mei Chow and Juan Garcia, Lina Unlimited, photographers Paul Asselin, and Ryan deRoche will show recent works, Robin Jensen will display his Pictojaunts, Tianna Wierenga will demonstrate reassignment, while musician OgreOgress entertains.

The vintage/used furniture store (next to Meanwhile Bar) will display Rachel Lee’s Historic GR Photo Exhibit.
Electric Cheetah
1015 Wealthy SE

The Cheetah will be home to illustrator and painter Christy Beckwith.
1031 Wealthy SE

Evolve Center For Success welcomes mixed media artist Linnea deRoche, photographer Michelle Pittman, and sculptor Daniel Postellon.
Sparrows Coffee & Tea
1035 Wealthy SE

Sparrows welcomes Mari Tobias, writer Tom Hymn, and sculptors Primary ReUsers.
Wealthy Theatre Annex
1110 Wealthy SE

The Wealthy Theatre Annex front windows (50m west of main theatre) will host artwork from Boys & Girls Club of West Michigan.
Institute for Global Education
1118 Wealthy SE

IGE welcomes Aaron Rossell, photographer Athena Placencia, and visual artist Joel Howell.
Wealthy Theatre
1130 Wealthy SE

Wealthy Theatre will be home to Adrienne Brown, Miriam Slager, photographer Sita Mae Edwards, painter Jeremy Kuhn, painter Chloe Viening-Butler, and Randall Gornowich, as well as film screenings and performance events.  Wealthy Theatre's main hours of open access will be slightly different than other spaces: Friday 2-7pm; Saturday 11am-6pm.  Film & Video screenings will take place in The Koning Micro-Cinema on Saturday, starting at 11am; exhibitions with mature content (i.e. "PG-13") will be screened starting at 2:30pm and all such content will feature clear signage.  The return of "Salmagundi" at 8pm on Saturday, featuring a performer from GR Opera and the premiere of an ArtPrize entrant.

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