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Second Saturday Art Walk

With spring just around the corner, take time out this Saturday afternoon to stroll around downtown Salisbury and Spencer to check out the new exhibits and deals offered by participating galleries during this month’s Second Saturday Art Walk, held from 1-5 p.m.
In Spencer, the Green Goat Gallery is offering a 10 per cent discount on all of local metalsmith Cory Owen’s clever garden flowers and canines. All pieces are one-of-a-kind, using recycled hand and industrial tools from steel rasps and antique wrenches to lawnmower chains and more.
In Salisbury, Southern Spirit Gallery on Main Street is featuring painted and fired glassware by Kristin Shamel of The Gilded Touch. Kristin will be offering a 15 per cent discount on all her glassware to all participants of the Art Gallery Walk Stroll. Southern Spirit Gallery will also offer a 10 percent discount on all wall art for the Saturday, March 12th stroll only.
Down on Lee Street, Rail Walk Studios & Gallery has extended its popular “Red Show” featuring a variety of crimson creations by artists including Sharon Fortenhofer, Karen Frazer, Annette Hall, and Marietta Smith. Next door at the Looking Glass Artist Collective, there will be several artists on hand demonstrating their craft.
Rounding out the events, the Center for Faith & the Arts is hosting an opening reception from 5 to 7:30 p.m. for the exhibit “Deja Vu: Return of Last Summer’s Prize Winners” featuring artists Barbara Harris Richmond, Luther Sowers and Stephen Hoke. The gallery is at 207 W. Harrison St., in the lower level of Haven Lutheran Church.
For additional information and hours of operation, contact the individual galleries.
For more information, go to www.rowanartcrawl.

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