July’s First Friday in the South End

If you haven’t come out for the First Friday Art Walk this year, July is a great month to do it. Friday July 6th from 5-8pm

In the South End, Aaron Stein’s “Junkyard Treasure” opens an exploration of car culture’s impact at Vintage Inspired Lifestyle Marketplace.

Carol Norton hosts a silent auction of her framed watercolors at Studio D-3.

Of course, Creative Competition will be a blast at RL Photo.

Robert Waldo Brunelle, Jr. has his hot rod series at Dostie Bros. Frame Shop.

The teen students from Davis Studio’s Advanced Fashion Design Camp open a show of their work at Davis Studio Gallery.

Next door at SEABA Center, work by Champlain College professor Robert Selby opens.

Over at Speeder & Earls, Linda Maney opens with her mixed media of abstract art.

At the Soda Plant, Robert Waldo Brunelle, Jr. opens his series “Five-Second Rule” at S.P.A.C.E.

Next door, at The Backspace, artist-spouses Katie Harrington and Will Patlove share their love in “I Love You”.

At 266 Studios on South Champlain Street, check out the space, meet the artists, and help come up with a name!

Still showing at VCAM/RETN Art Space is artist Carol E.S MacDonald, the Pine Street Deli is artist Marian Wilmott and at the SEABA Center is artist Joe John.

For more information you can visit Art Map Burlington for First Friday information.

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