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ArtWalk set for May 9 in downtown New Bern

April 30, 2014

Sun Journal, New Bern, N.C.



April 30--The third Downtown New Bern ArtWalk of 2014 will have 14 participating galleries, restaurants and shops on May 9.

The ArtWalk will begin at 5 p.m. and many of the galleries have receptions planned for new exhibits and artists.

The Craven Arts Council & Gallery, 317 Middle St., will continue its "Craven County Schools Student Show."

Pianist Dayton Vesper will provide music.

The Cheshire Moon Gallery, 323B Middle St., will feature artist Beth Gosnell's "Shards and Visions."

Caroline McGath Newborn Photography, 327 Middle St., will have a "Mother's Day Mommy and Me" portrait session from 5 to 7 p.m. Call 633-0203 for information.

Fine Art at Baxters, 323 Pollock St., will have an exhibit by classical artist Patricia Pittman, who will attend the reception. Her work 'Lady in Red' is the cover for this month's ArtWalk poster.

Carolina Creations, 317A Pollock St., will have the show titled "Good Things Come in Small Frames." It will feature oil paintings by Robert Rigsby.

The Accidental Artist, 219A Craven St., again will offer free studio time from 5 to 8 p.m.

The Next Chapter Bookstore, 320 S. Front St., will host local photographer Gary Hollar's photos of vintage automobiles.

The Tryon Palace Museum Store at the North Carolina History Center, 529 S. Front St., will have fine arts and crafts made by some of the talented Tryon Palace staff and volunteers.

It also will feature the Sculpture Garden, with works by Paris Alexander, Jonathan Bowling, Jim Gallucci and Hanna Jubran.

Bear Hands Art Factory, 1208 Pollock St., will have Summer Art Camp registration and a reception. Parents can meet teachers and see examples of projects.

The Antiquery Boutiquery Place, 219 Middle St., will have a wine and cheese reception.

The Four C's, 250 Middle St., will feature photography, clothing, gifts and more.

Supporting business include The Chelsea, 335 Middle St., fine dining, American cuisine; Morgan's Tavern & Grill, 235 Craven St., fine dining; and Mitchell Hardware, 215 Craven St., a historic shop, with a complete line of hardware, gifts and more.

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