First Friday art walk a big success
Sally Dwyer alongside one of her original quilts a tthe Fabric Basket.
It may have been raining, but it did not keep people away from the First Friday Artist Walk. The people of Petersburg crowded into shops to see their favorite artist's work along with other pieces that were available for the evening.
Woodworker Ken Caulum shared his works at Timeless Treasures.
Beth Loesch, owner of Mielle Gallery, displayed her vibrant watercolors and had a crowd of people there to enjoy her work.
The Fabric Basket and Savann Guthrie played host to Sally Dwyer and her colorful quilts. Dwyer displayed a quilt of the Norwegian flag and it was the first one seen as admirers walked in the door.
Wild Celery Gallery served up paintings by Karen Cornelius who captures the Alaska influence on paper and canvas.
Ken Caulum displayed his wood works at Timeless Treasures and proudly showed off his unique walking sticks and bowls.