Last Chance to Stroll Bath ArtWalk This Season
Nearly two dozen art sites will be open from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday for the final Bath ArtWalk of the season.
The Galen Moses House Bed & Breakfast will join the ArtWalk, showing landscape, coastal and architectural subjects by Phippsburg artist Tom Hinkle. The Chocolate Church exhibits “Community Studio Art: MidCoast Senior College” with an opening reception 5 to 7 p.m.
Downtown exhibitions include watercolors by Evelyn Dunphy at Just Framing, in-progress oil landscapes by Steven Perkins and ceramics at DeTerre Pottery and Judson Pottery.
The free ArtWalk shuttle service will transport people to studios outside of the downtown core. The van will depart from DeTerre and the Chocolate Church, and River Run Tours offers boat trips on the Kennebec River for $5.
Bath’s Third Friday ArtWalk is presented by Five Rivers Arts Alliance. A full listing of participating artists, studios and other venues is available at www.fiveriversarts alliance.org.
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