This is Mark Brody’s Mosaic Fountain. Brody is one of forty artists featured at this year’s Mount Tabor ArtWalk. The 11th annual event takes place Saturday and Sunday May 21 and 22 at twenty-two sites in the Mt. Tabor neighborhood. Both days are free from 10 am to 5 pm and eighteen sponsors around town have free maps of the sites packed with artist info aplenty. Find out where to get your map. See below
Mt Tabor Art Walk returns May 21-22 and the neighborhood provides the perfect setting for walking and biking to see quality visual art and meet the artists in their studios and homes. Many media include painting, ceramics, sculpture, monotype prints, metal arts, photography, glass, printmaking, jewelry, wood-turning and fabric.
Just a few of the artists offering this visual feast: Peter Blanchard’s serene landscape photos are said to “still the mind”. Watercolorist Mila Raphael’s paintings and notecards are vibrant and reflect her global travels. Adrienne Stacey’s one-of-a-kind stoneware (above) and porcelain sculpture pottery are inspired by her love of the natural world.
Painter Diane Russell creates detailed portraits of musicians and dancers. Todd Samusson makes whimsical, mysterious totemic sculptures and masks with salvaged wood and found metal objects. Mosaic Artist Mark Brody crafts indoor and outdoor pieces including mirrors, tables and fountains. Jo Brody creates “artsy and elegant” fine silver jewelry.
People return year after year to enjoy the artwork, the neighborhood, and the community building experience offered by the Mt. Tabor Art Walk.
Now in its eleventh year, this juried show and sale features 40 talented neighborhood artists at 22 sites. Admission is free and hours are 10 am to 5 pm Saturday and Sunday. Visit any of the event’s 18 sponsors to pick up a map. See the list and preview the art at mttaborartwalk.com.