Gallery Hop locations set for Brass Band Festival
Published 9:30 am Tuesday, May 31, 2022
The Arts Commission’s Gallery Hop 2022 kicks off the Great American Brass Band Festival on Thursday from 5:30 – 8:00 p.m. around downtown Danville. The Hop features over 50 artists hosted by over 20 businesses. The following guide will help you find artists you have known and new artists waiting to meet you. The guide will also be available at host venues and on www.danvillearts.org.
Following a couple years hiatus, the Boyle County Public Library is ready and waiting for the ever popular Swing Dance in the Library parking lot, or inside if necessary. Swing dancing begins at 7:30 p.m., so you have plenty time to wander the streets to meet and shop before settling in and the dancing begins.
You can shop and stroll beginning at 5:30, but come early to enjoy dinner at one of the local restaurants or finish the evening with dessert and coffee or a beverage.
Last minute changes in the guide will be noted on danvillearts.org. For additional information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
GALLERY HOP 2022
Danville Bike and Footwear – 445 W. Main St.
Joe Forgacs – cartoons, watercolors
Kasey Webb – musician, instrument maker
Art Center of the Bluegrass – 401 W. Main St.
Yolantha Pace – mixed media
David Farmer – oil painting
Katherine Updegraff-White – painting, drawing
Terrell Atwood – painting, drawing, collage
Hearth and Easel – 131 N. 3rd St.
Amy Cooley – mixed media
Rhonda Gilliam – oils
Jennifer Hobbs Collett – mixed media
Heather Nicole Shannon – mixed media
Boyle County Public Library – 301 W. Broadway
Great American Swing Dance – 7:30 – 9:00
Carol’s Bridal – 309 W. Main St.
Morgan Vest – fabric, jewelry
LuAnn Lyons – mixed media
Coldwell Banker VIP Realty – 317 W. Main St.
Kathy York – upcycled art
Kelly Tagarook – painting, floor cloths
Mike Rogers – wood work
Debbie Rogers – painting
Outside – 319 W. Main St.
Brandon Long – poster signing
Brass Band merchandise
The Front Porch – 115 N. 3rd St.
Kathy Thompson – acrylics, pastels
CAMP LLC – 135 N. 3rd St.
Connie Beale – painting
Donna Forgacs – oils
John Andrew Dixon – collage
Tye Financial – 141 N. 3rd St.
Judy Schaefer – oils
Derby Shoppe & Raggs – 124 N. 3rd St.
Tom Lamp – watercolors
Bill Berryman – drawings, watercolors
Plaid Elephant Books – 116 N. 3rd St.
Kate Snyder – mosaics
Jillian Long – “Beans and Bobbins: Handmade Plushies”
Chase Bank – 237 W. Main St.
Peggy Short – paintings
Sue Barry – guilts, wood working
Lori Goggan – acrylics
Danville Office Equipment – 233 W. Main St. (OUTSIDE)
Tab Martin – wood working
Jefferson Little – glass work
Pat Williams – weaving
Kris Steele – painting, sculpture
Gay McGuire – watercolors
Maple Tree – 225 W. Main St.
Margaret Levi – jewelry
Melissa Crase – acrylics, inks, pastels
Jack Cochran – oils
Andrea Akers – watercolors
Dry Stack Roastery – 217 W. Main St.
Marie Taylor – glass
Marlene Hanna – oils
DBCAAHS – 108 N. 2nd St.
Michael Hughes – historian, archivist
Cerci – 222 W. Main St.
Jana Bottoms – needle arts
Centre Bookstore – 110 S. 3rd St.
Carrie Snow – ceramics, fabrics
CentreWorks – 3rd St. Spine Center entrance
Germaine Dunn – paintings, prints, sculpture
A & L Accessories – 324 W. Main St.
Sandy Hogue – sweets
Kaylie Devon – photography