Downtown Springdale Art Walk and Level 5 Architecture
downtown Springdale Art, Level 5 Architecture
Oct. 7, 2021, 05:00 pm
Celebrate the creatives in downtown Springdale! Galleries, museums, makers’ spaces and boutiques will open their doors with Arkansas hospitality. Enjoy an evening of free exhibitions and entertainment along with live music, food & drinks in the Outdoor Dining District.
Participating creatives include: Level 5 Architecture
326 Holcomb Street (diagonal to Fire Station No. 1)
• A must stop on the art and mural tour, whether driving, walking, or riding your bike, the historic Monarch Building has easy and direct access from the bike path, sidewalks, and streets (parking available). Octavio Logo’s mural, Song from the Seas will mesmerize you with its artistic lyrics. As the images turn the corner and wrap around the building, you’ll have no choice but to stop and stare to absorb all its beauty.
• In this pop-up gallery, a kaleidoscope of art will be on display from a variety artists.
• María de Lourdes Valverde Galindo “I paint what amazes me. Painting for me is like speaking without words. When I was a kid, I loved to draw all the time, now I am painting what is in front of me. I love to interact with the people for they are a source of inspiration. I want to share the wonderful things life has offered me.”
• Madison Woods “Hi. My husband and I live in northwest Arkansas far off the paved highways, a perfect environment for a nature artist. There are many fabulous painters in this region. However, as far as I know, none of them are using the local pigments in their work. Before I start a painting, I collect the pigments I’ll need to produce the painting. If I’m working on series, then I’ll collect and create enough paint for the entire series before I get started. I’m constantly walking around with one foot in the real world.”
R McClintock Fine Woodworking: 105 Spring Street
Perrodin Supply Co.: 126 N. Shiloh Street
INTERFORM FASHION: 117 W Emma Avenue
The Apollo on Emma: 308 W Emma Avenue
Shiloh Museum of Ozark History: 118 West Johnson Avenue
Natural State Rock & Republic: 500 N Main Street
Milk & Sugar Bath Co.: 122 Emma Avenue
Factory Obscura Experience at Famous Hardware: 113 W Emma Avenue