March 10 Walkabout


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“Art of the Fish Fry” Features Art Openings, Fish Fries, Food & Drink Specials, Live Music
Friday March 10th from 5 – 10 p.m.

CLEVELAND (March 7, 2017) – What happens when art, Lenten fish fries and Walkabout Tremont converge? The Art of the Fish Fry. There will be multiple art openings, food and drink specials at bars & restaurants, live music at multiple locations, and of course… fish fries throughout Tremont Friday March 10 from 5 to 10 p.m. during Walkabout Tremont. Many art venues will exhibit work by local artists in the traditional gallery exhibition format with artist talks, snacks and refreshments, and musical performers.

In addition to the art openings and fish fries listed below, the night will have extended hours at art galleries and retail shops. Visitors can also enjoy locally produced art in many shops, restaurants and bars, and take smartphone-based audio tours of Lincoln Park and area churches.


  • Annunciation Cleveland Greek Orthodox Church Fish Fry—beer battered fried whitefish with french fries, coleslaw & hush puppies for $10; baked Atlantic Cod with rice, mixed vegetables & dinner roll. Homemade mac & cheese, fish tacos, fried shrimp, homemade clam chowder
  • Prosperity Social Club—Gotta Haddock Lenten Fish Fry
  • St. Augustine Church—fish fry 4-7 p.m.
  • Fahrenheit—beer/tempura battered walleye w/fingerling chips & malt vinegar gastrique; Tremont Gin & Juice – Tanqueray Gin, Fresh Grapefruit, St. Germain Elderflower, Bells Two Hearted Ale
  • Ty Fun—fish fry $12; whole red snapper $25; $5 martini; $5 egg roll
  • Treehouse—fish specials including fish & chips and shrimp basket. $3 Flying Dog SOB Irish Red Ale. $5 pork sliders
  • Grumpy’s—ANTI Fish Fry… GRILLED Haddock, herb roasted potatoes & southwest coleslaw $13. Add sautéed pierogies with grilled onions for $3
  • Edison’s Pizza—ask for Big Bob’s Belly Buster Fish Sandwich
  • Bac—fish & chips $14.95 (2 crispy fried catfish filets, sweet potato tempura fries, house-made coleslaw, chili aioli, chili ketchup)
  • Fat Cats—Lenten fish special
  • Flying Monkey—Swedish Fish Shot drink special – $3.50
  • Southside—Lenten fish special
  • Tremont Tap House—fish special


Giancarlo Calicchia Gallery 722 Literary Avenue

“Feelings & Thoughts…beginnings of future work”
Sculptor and painter Giancarlo Calicchia is known for his massive stone sculptures; he’s worked in bronze and wood as well. His public art pieces are on display at places like Kent State University, the University of Cincinnati and Cuyahoga Community College. Giancarlo is hosting four emerging artists: Original sketches and portraits by Aiyanna Adorjan, Photography by Cheyenne Carswell, Original sketches by Donald Waddy Jr., and Original sketches by Biagi Calicchia

Dante Next Door 2247 Professor Avenue

More new work by Giancarlo Calicchia
Gracing the walls of this great lunch and event space is work fresh from the studio by this world-renowned Tremont icon.

Robert Hartshorn Studio & Gallery; 2342 Professor Ave.

Introducing David Adshade, plus works by Lila Rose Kole and Sculpture by Fred Gearhart
Industrial Abstract Impressionism

David Adshade was the recipient of the Art Gallery of Ontario Scholarship and won the Peoples Choice Award at the 2012 Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition. A gradual shift in focus and desire over the past few years has brought David into the realm of Industrial Abstract Impressionism. This approach involves the exploration of metal based paints with applied reactive solutions combined with traditional art materials. This leaves a truly stunning effect, both industrial looking yet aesthetically pleasing to the senses.

Music by guitarist Jeremy Isaiah

Doubting Thomas; 856 Jefferson Ave.

Sarah Marinelli
“Eye Loves Pharrell” from the mind of artist

“HELLO! I am Sarah. I love Pharrell. He makes me smile. And if he keeps moving forward, I will follow. I am an artist and bright leader of vibrant color, heart and mind inspired by Pharrell’s creative force. I hold on to the last of the faith that I have left. Everyday I push forward with courage into the next. I am faced with challenges many will never understand but hopefully will respect. I still remain to have a beautiful heart. I have a schizoaffective brain and eye.”

Tremont General; Store 2418 Professor Ave.

Greg Murray
Voted Best Pet Photographer in Cleveland

Murray’s work has been published in the press worldwide, live on TV, online and in print, including: Huffington Post, Today, Elle Magazine, Daily Mail, The Mirror, Bark Post, Mashable, Fox News Network, San Francisco Chronicle, The Telegraph, MSN, Bored Panda, Cleveland Magazine, American Photography Magazine, Buzzfeed and many more.

LOOP; 2180 W. 11th Street

Nikki Mokrzycki
“She Eats Flowers” Original Artwork

“I have been making things with my hands since before I could even spell my own last name. Although I did not attend art school, I am in a constant state of creative self-education.”


Treehouse; 820 College Ave.

Thomas Mulloy
Photos of Ireland

Thomas is everywhere shooting portraits of actors and directors, members of Cleveland’s huge stable of talented musicians, a small group of young Golden Gloves boxers from a Cleveland gym, professional sporting events, the U.S. Army Golden Knights parachute team as they stepped out the aircraft door at 12,000 feet, and on and on.

Edison’s 2373 Professor Ave.

Francis Angelone

I do most my art on wood transferring my images onto them. It’s a unique process of staining, sanding and waiting. All photography is mine unless I rediscovered it in the archives. Wood is very unique making my work personal and one of a kind, and I love working with people’s ideas.

Flying Monkey; 819 Jefferson Ave.

Greg Spoth of Art Box

Greg Spoth, along with his wife Marti (plus their dedicated crew), has been in the art, interior design, and picture framing industries for over 50 years. From as far back as 1975, they have been researching and experimenting with less expensive ways to present and display artwork without the cost associated with traditional custom framing.


  • BG Gallery; 2153 Professor Avenue—Biago Gallo, abstract painter
  • Bac; 2661 W 14th St—Rob Kay photography
  • Calluna 807 Literary Rd.—Heather Diana Vaselaney: Cleveland Celebrates, New Jewelry and 100 new Mini-canvases
  • Paul Duda Gallery—Iconic images of Cleveland by Paul Duda
  • Grain; 2379 Professor Ave.—Matthew Albright: recycled materials are re-formed into primarily nature-based sculptures, using both primitive and modern techniques. Serving refreshments and snacks from 4-11 p.m.
  • Fahrenheit—Lila Rose Kole, Art of Industry, a collection of industry inspired abstract paintings.
    Ty Fun— Peter Hartshorn, Abstract Painter “Remote Landscapes”
  • Tremont Tap House—paintings and portraits by Grace Casarilla
  • Le Beau—paintings of Angels by Kati Russell
  • Lava Lounge—Laura Wimbels, photography, Faces of Cleveland
  • Akedemik—Jim Lanza
  • Southside— Graham Beck, Painter & Photographer “There Are No Original Ideas Anymore”
  • Merchant Street—multiple artists provided by Hedge Gallery
  • Fat Cats—art by Garret Weider
  • Grumpy’s—Renee Martinez photography, Richard Meyer painter, Sandi Valois stained glass