Put spring in your step at Art Walk

Second event of season is Thursday
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The Auburn Art Walk returns to Auburn Thursday, June 14. Enjoy an evening of live music and conversations with artists in more than two dozen businesses. 

City Hall Gallery features photographs, the second part of a juried show celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Mountain Quarries Railroad Bridge. The Arts Building Gallery debuts “30 & Under,” a first-ever collection of work by young artists. 

Across the street at Monkey Cat, find the works of Elora Milby and French painter Francois Bonnefoi. 

Tango Frozen Yogurt features the whimsical acrylic paintings of Kara Maria Schunk, which incorporate fluorescent colors and glitter. 

The Auburn Old Town Gallery’s featured artists for the June Art Walk are Victoria Brooks, oil painter, and KC Hannah, lampwork glass jewelry artist. A reception will be held from 6-9 p.m. at the gallery, 218 Washington St. The show runs through June 30.

Featured artists at Latitudes are Jennifer Crebbin, showing new acrylic abstracts, Michelle MacKenzie, showing acrylic paintings and ceramic wall sculptures, and Pam Burns, showing acrylic and watercolor paintings. 

Linda Hao will show her contemporary impressionistic works in oil and acrylic at Courthouse Coffee. 

The work of Kathy Partak is on display at Bukovina, 826 Lincoln Way, Auburn. Partak  paints river rocks and then captures mosaic-like images when she photographs the rocks in the river. 

Live music provided by the Auburn Arts Commission includes The Old West Trio at Herschel Young Park in Old Town, Sambandha World Music at the Clock Tower and Music and Poetry in the Garden at the Old Library Art Studios.


Auburn Art Walk

When: 6-9 p.m. Thursday, June 14

Where: Downtown and Old Town Auburn

Cost: Free; free shuttle runs every 20 minutes

Info: Map at, PlacerArts, 808 Lincoln Way, Auburn, or any venue