Friday’s Eagle ARTwalk will feature new artists



Locals gather at Eagle ARTwalk last summer.
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Eagle’s ARTwalk and Food Truck Fiesta return from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday, featuring new local artists, exclusive sales and special events.

The event will feature a variety of artwork from local designers and retailers and regional food trucks such as El Bajón churros, Mama’s Pierogi, La Patrona, Inner Light Juice and more, according to a press release. .

Tara Novak, one of the event organizers and a local artist, said ARTwalk offers a unique opportunity for artists like her to “learn more about the art world, to show what we do. and to forge links with the community ”.

“The work of each artist is their passion, which most of the time does not run wild in the world because we are so busy with our regular work, our busy lives, and it is not easy to find places in our valley to show, ”Novak said. “ARTwalk provides a place to introduce yourself, collaborate, and bring joy to people of all kinds of interests.”

Downtown Eagle’s Broadway Street will be closed between Grand Avenue and Fourth Street, where local artists and businesses will set up booths on Friday night.

New this Friday will be The Frosted Flamingo, a mobile craft studio, a climbing wall donated by Eagle Climbing & Fitness and aerial acrobatics performances by PLAY

As part of the event, the Vail Valley Art Guild will be hosting an exhibit of its members in its Eagle Gallery at 108 Second St. The exhibit will feature original artwork, ceramics, woodworking and craftsmanship. photography.

Other special events include an “Art Lounge” with photographer Sean Boggs hosted by Mountain Lifestyle Properties, “Sass N’Class Crafts” hosted by local wine bar KATCH of the Day and EagleARTS @ ARTSPaCE workshop + gallery , which will present 13 local art products, ceramists and jewelers.

The award-winning event takes place on the second Friday of each month until October.

Novak specializes in painting, faux finishes, antique furniture restoration and custom artwork. His work can be seen outdoors and in galleries across the valley. She will run one of the many booths at Friday’s event, she said.

“I love when someone finds a connection to my art,” Novak said. “It makes me happy to make them happy”


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