During this evening, all the venues will be featuring local artists, and some will offer unique programming and entertainment! Art Crawl is for ALL ages, unless otherwise noted.
5-8 p.m. Canton, MO
Mabee Art Gallery at Culver-Stockton College | 1 College Hill in the Herrick Foundation Center
Culver-Stockton College Faculty Exhibit featuring Joe Jorgensen, Kent Miller, Carol Clay Mann, Peggy Ballard, Sally Kintz, and Debra Scoggin-Myer.
6 – 9 p.m. Quincy, IL
Heath Center Art Gallery at John Wood Community College | 1301 S. 48th St. Lower Level Paul Heath Community Education & Fine Arts Center
Artist Talk at 7pm Professional artist David Garrison of Burlington, Iowa. Garrison's artwork includes pastels of landmarks from around the local region as well as from his travels to France including autumn scenes, landscapes, architecture and Western artwork. He has shown his work on three continents and his paintings appear in galleries and private collections throughout North America, Europe, Russia and China. Exhibit on display March 3-April 3, 2020
Herbal Remedies | 4440 Broadway St. Suite #3 *Must be 21 to enter, ID required.
Featuring artists Nevin McNally of Quincy, IL. McNally draws inspiration from artists like Salvador Dali and Ernest Ludwig Kirchner, using bright colors, dark humor, and shock factor to create surrealistic landscapes that make people think about their own responsibilities. Nevin is currently working on a Bachelor’s degree in Fine/Studio Art at Culver-Stockton College. Along with Zachary Meyer, also of Quincy. Meyer is an instructor at Quincy Art Center. Heavily influenced by the works of Alfred Hitchcock, his signature pieces include macabre bird sculptures crafted from various repurposed materials.
Evergreen Wellness | 4440 Broadway St. Suite #10
Exhibiting Quincy native, Sarah Little, a thirty something mother of one who has been a self-proclaimed artist all along. Sarah is a skilled in many art mediums and instructs art with the Quincy Art Center. Also exhibitng, Vincent Udry, fine arts sculpture and painter. His paintings will be on display and for sale at Evergreen Wellness. His acrylic abstracts are both objective as well as nonobjective. While much of his works are water and boat themed there will be fun nonobjective pieces like “Loop Hole”. His works have been sold to individuals nationwide, as well as many corporate commissions.
The Budding Artist | 307 N. 36th St. #108
View landscapes and birds in pastels and acrylics by Kathleen Nassery. Also view clay paintings by Becky Butler.
Gray Gallery at Quincy University | 1800 College Ave. in the Brenner Library
Bradley Flora & Peggy Zalucha: Mixed Media on Paper-End of Life, One Man's Final Struggle
A series of mixed media on paper by collaborating on their vision of Peggy's husband who suffered from a degenerative brain disease. Collaborative ink drawings by Bradley and watercolors by Peggy. Artists from Mount Horeb, WI. Exhibition dates: March 2-27, 2020. Displayed in the newly renovated Gray Gallery.
Quincy Art Center | 1515 Jersey St.
Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service’s 100 Faces of War. Narrative reenactments from Square Peg Group Troupe at 6 p.m. Also on display, After School Art Club’s Portrait Exhibit.
Joe Conover Studio | 412 S. 10th St.
Check out some of Joe Conover’s new cold wax/mixed media pieces and watch him work on a new hot wax (encaustic) piece! You can even try your hand at a hot wax monotype on the “hot box."
Lisa Wigoda Studio | 836 S. 8th St.
“Two Women Artists: Perspectives on the Environment”
Exhibiting the works of Mary Jo Kattleman and Cherie Sampson.
Regional artists, Mary Jo Kattelman and Cherie Sampson each have unique approaches in their work involving imagery and materials from nature, yet they share similar themes that explore and emulate the life cycles of the natural world. Mary Jo works with natural and found materials in collage and assemblage; Cherie works in the environment creating in-situ performance, video and sculpture that are later montaged and presented through digital media. There is an intimacy in both artists’ work in material process as well as connection with the environment. Play of symmetry/asymmetry and methods of piecing together disparate as well as symbolically unified imagery further parallels the work of the two artists.
The Yum Factory | 700 Maine St.
On display will be the works of Amanda Strudwick along with artists John and Rudy Gebhardt. John, a photographer, who also teaches non-credit digital photography classes at John Wood Community College (JWCC), provides photos he has taken photos on his travels and Rudy, his younger brother, carves unique frames based on the photos. Rudy an artist, who lives in rural Wisconsin, is a retired Registered Nurse, a former Paramedic, EMT and Volunteer Fireman. He likes to carve unique items in his spare time and has done many carvings of furniture and other carvings. John is retired from JWCC where he took promotional photography for JWCC plus he was the Director of Technology and Telecommunications. He has been a photographer for over 50 years.
Bodhi Tree Yoga | 648 Maine St.
Teresa Hickey (Teresa Jane Art) is a 33 year old mother of 2 who turned her passion of modern contemporary fine art into a career after showing her “Resin vs Texture” series at Quincy’s Blue and Green Gallery, Fall 2018. Along with creating one of a kind artwork for clients and donating custom pieces to meaningful organizations within her community, Teresa has been an award winning featured artist at the Soulard Art Gallery in St Louis and is currently working on a very special series empowering women via body positivity!
The Bodhi Tree Studio will be having Yoga Art at the studio while enjoying the fabulous art showcased by Teresa Hickey. Tap into your creativity with us as we use charcoal to create one of a kind pieces of artwork while doing yoga poses. $10/person for Yoga Art.
Quincy Brewing Company | 110 N. 6th St.
Featuring sculptural work by Tim Liffey of Carthage, IL. Patrons (21+) can enjoy 16 beers on tap as they explore the Brewing Company's beautiful, newly renovated building.
Potter & Vaughn | 504 Hampshire St.
Featuring the artwork of Analiese Meany, who creates clever illustration portraits. Enjoy seasonal refreshments and live music from Saint Valentine (6-8 PM) while you chat with Analiese about her work. Potter & Vaughn, 504 Hampshire, downtown Quincy.
All participant galleries and venues will feature local artists and provide unique programming and entertainment. Each venue will include a list and map of all the stops on Art Crawl as well as a sign at their entrance to identify them as an official stop. This event was developed to promote tourism and support for local artists, and museums. Community partners include GREDF, Quincy Society of Fine Arts, The District, and Quincy Area Convention & Visitors Bureau.