Every fourth Friday starting in April and going through December our little town has a gallery walk. Last evening was our first gallery walk for 2013. The weather was wonderful and it made a great excuse to grab my Leica and head into town to grab a few photos. The galleries weren’t crowded yet as the tourists haven’t arrived. But there were many locals in attendance and it made for a wonderful evening.
I began my tour at the Red Wolf Gallery and enjoyed a glass of red wine while I viewed the art and listened to a local musician. What’s pretty cool is several of the galleries in the tour provide refreshments and entertainment making for a unique experience.
From the Red Wolf Gallery I decided to head over to the Bluewood Gallery on Jordan Street owned and operated by Hal Looney. I was able to catch Hal speaking to a couple of his guests as he was describing some of the photographs in his gallery.
The last gallery I wanted to visit was the Drew Deane Gallery owned and operated by Drew Deane. I really like what she creates and I try and bring her expired aviation charts. Drew utilizes the charts in covering boxes and other art work making some very interesting pieces. Plus, Drew always has entertainment and I really enjoy hanging out at her place.
From Drew’s place I headed back up to our main intersection at Main and Broad as I retraced my tracks. The evening light was great and I’m happy with how The Fall Landing’s image turned out. Maybe I should solicit them with a copy of this image for their website.
Now it was time for a beer and since the Brevard Brewing Company was across the street seemed the most logical place for me to go. The Munich Dunkel caught my attention as I’m carrying a German camera and I happen to have a little German in my blood seemed the best first choice. And I didn’t go wrong. It was a finish to great first Brevard Gallery Walk of the year.