Spring Decor, a photo by DebDubya on Flickr. Sprig of real live rosemary in bloom, courtesy of Earthbound Arts, 610 N Trade St. Heineken beer bottle vase, courtesy of Jimmy. Interesting columnar-shaped vase from thrift shop (probably the Rescue Mission Thrift Shop). Pinwheel and the cool stem of paper flowers, thanks to absent-minded visitors to my shop Willy Nilly, 604A N Trade St.
New mural on Trade St in the Arts District!! The colorful mural was painted by Nico Amortegui on a recent Sunday. More of Nico’s work can be found at Red Dog Gallery at 606 N.Trade Street.More about the story behind the mural or the artist is on the website www.theafasgroup.com. The historic building known as the Tobacco Soho Building, is no longer a place where one can buy tobacco products. Instead, the building is the home of 2 art gallery collectives and a hair salon.
Hieronymus – iamhieronymus.com Brian Kubecki (aka QUB) Travis Phillips Delurk Gallerywill havean Opening Reception Friday, March 1, from 7pm-10pm. This March Delurk will be featuring new work by three visiting artists. See a one of a kind installation, by Hieronymus, of paintings on canvas and on the wall, inspired by cabinet cards. Brian Kubecki’s, I Need You, is a show completely dependent on something for its success – you. Experience a jaw-shattering reexamination of visual art and be a part of something you won’t soon forget. Isolation; Something To Die For, new work by Travis Phillips, deals with human intentionality and interplay Continue reading
Here is the link to the March edition of the DADA E-Newsletter: http://campaign.r20.constantcontact.com/render?llr=k8dkgvbab&v=001p_xH-twv5vXECJVZFCDUvuU-u0TgtCmSXPHO8QjYNtfD4Zyi5-mi9eYqld6ZfXOWDa3aDpsxn-7hxtfWJ00kuYHmQ8aCJTIk6HFKX4B7ImXhtPb44WUk-8HQbOqYJoruNk9XTIq-_G2WxbUV4sJX5A%3D%3D
(1) Facebook Editorial: Film industry is a natural fit for Winston-Salem http://www.journalnow.com/opinion/editorials/article_601efe74-8068-11e2-9810-0019bb30f31a.html Trade Street was one of the location sites used during the 2012 filming of Hallmark Channel’s “The Confession,” directed by Michael Landon, Jr. Willy Nilly is transformed into a New York jewelry store for “The Confession.” Camera equipment is set up along Trade Street for filming of “The Confession.”
It’s a beautiful day on Trade Street in the Arts District. Come on down for Sunday brunch at Finnigan’s Wake or Mary’s Gourmet. Diner and then shop for wonderful wearable. Art at Retro Art Ware and at Willy Nilly, both in the 600 block of Trade St Retro Art Ware (R A W) at 608 N Trade St., is easy to find….just look for the tall, colorful tie-dyed flag out front!! Willy Nilly has its door open and the hat rack out front on pleasant, sunny days.
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Also alive and kicking on Sundays is Retro Art Ware. Beautiful tie dyed art to wear.