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FRIDAY THE 13TH WALKABOUT TREMONT PROMISES A GHOULISHLY GOOD TIME

posted by admin October 10, 2017

“Trick or Treat: Arts and Eats” Theme Friday Oct. 13 from 5 – 10 p.m. includes pumpkin carving and decorating, a costume contest for dogs, art openings, street performers and more

CLEVELAND (October 10, 2017) – “Trick or Treat: Arts and Eats” celebrates Halloween this Friday, October 13, from 5 to 10 p.m. at the October Walkabout Tremont. The event will include a variety of activities for children, adults and even pets, extended hours at art galleries and retail shops, and a variety of fall-themed food & drink specials at Tremont’s restaurants and bars—AND more than 20 places to take in the Indians in game one of the ALCS (yes, the Indians will win game 5 against the Yankees).

Street entertainers will be up and down Professor Avenue, including the Heartbeats Jump Rope Team, life-sized Day of the Dead puppets, stilt walkers and live musicians. And, for dog owners, there’s a costume contest for the canines from 6:30-7:30 at Lucky Park (Starkweather & Professor Avenues).

For lovers of breakfast/brunch at Lucky’s Café, the restaurant will be open for dinner, a rare occasion, with a fall-themed menu and wine from Wine & Design, adult pumpkin carving on the patio (The Carving) and an outdoor TV to watch the Indians game. Tremont General Store is hosting a pumpkin decorating party for kids.

There will also be pop-up tents with artists from within and outside Tremont. Visitors can also enjoy locally produced art in many shops, restaurants and bars, view a local history display, and tour St. Theodosius Russian Orthodox Cathedral.

FEATURED ART OPENINGS

doubting thomas – 856 Jefferson
Rocks, Plants & People, the 15th Annual doubting thomas Photo Show curator Ted Picturna. Works of photography by Ted Picturna, David Hollis, Walter Grossman, Howard Hersch, David Murphy, and Laura Cha.

LOOP – 2180 W 11th
“Through Our Eyes”
Photography show by Jef Janis, Arlyn Wheatcraft, Josh hard, Gwen, Gwen Wiggins, Suzanne Sherbundy. Music by DJ Quest

Robert Hartshorn Studio & Gallery – 2342 Professor Ave.
Adela Redding, Stained Glass and other media
Adela believes “each piece is part of myself that is talking to you, whispering to you a moment of my life; they are my children, a representation of my present and my past.” Creating a new design is a time for me to reflect with moments of thought and emotional introspection. I look around at broken and left over pieces to use as well as recycled parts and materials; every individual scrap item can tell its own story. Each piece can make an impression and asks me to bring it to life. The colors I choose remind me of my country, my culture, my soul. When it all comes together, the individual pieces combine to tell an even larger story.

The Southside – 2207 W 11th St
Thaddeus Schau, photographic artist
Thaddeus Schau is a recent transplant to Cleveland from West Virginia. In his presented photography you will find a combination of nature and urban settings/themes with many images tending to draw the viewer in to the depth and contemplation of the moment. His displays flow from particular hyper-realism style, to abstract appreciation of colors, to juxtapositions between order and chaos. Fleeting intense sunsets, creative perspectives, iconic actor appreciation, and simple images of surprising depth are present within this exposition of some of his work Karaoke every Walkabout Tremont night from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m.

Tremont Taphouse – 2572 Scranton Rd
Peter Hartshorn, Abstract Painter “Remote Landscapes”
Peter is a former Chevron exploration geologist who ventured deep into the jungles of Africa and South America. These exotic abstract acrylic paintings depict the remote landscapes from his travels across the world. Colorful and luminous, they evoke a mysterious wonder of lands that few civilized eyes ever see.

Fat Cats – 2061 W. 10th St
Mallorie Freeman, multimedia artist
The prominence of femininity, creativity and entrepreneurship greatly influenced Mallorie from a young age. “I find inspiration everywhere: travelling, watching movies, vintage magazines, walks in the park, candy wrappers, county fairs, conversations with friends, thrift stores, etc.”

Hi & Dry – 2221 Professor Ave.
Greg Murray, voted best pet photographer in Cleveland
His work has been seen in the press worldwide in such places as Huffington Post, Today, Elle Magazine, Daily Mail, The Mirror, Fox News Network, San Francisco Chronicle, Cleveland Magazine, American Photography Magazine, Buzzfeed and more.

Edison’s 2373 Professor Ave.
Kari Solomon, photography
Kari’s focus is on photography, with spurts of illustration, drawing, painting, and pottery. Kari draws her inspiration from various things threaded throughout her life; movies, fiction, graphic novels, video games, urban environments, rural spaces, and current events. In her art there is a consistent focus on the human figure, especially the portrait and female anatomy. In photography, Kari prefers film cameras over digital, but uses both. Kari continues to explore & expand into new mediums & visual concepts in her off time.

Lava Lounge – 1307 Auburn Ave.
Kelly Finnegan, Photographer
“I am a photographer living in Cleveland. I have a collection of images, old and new, that I am constantly editing and adding to. I originally picked up a camera and began to capture images because of my constant need to people watch, and excitement over naturally placed splashes of color in an otherwise forgotten landscape. Holding a camera, I find it exciting to simply walk down a street or to drive past an area I see everyday. I stop and notice more and see the things I would normally overlook. For me, photography slows down time until I find a moment worth capturing.”

Flying Monkey – 819 Jefferson Ave
Chris Kalfas, Systems Manager at ArtWall
We can’t wait to see what he does because there is no way to find any contact information online or to reach him through any old-fashioned methods like finding his phone number. Exciting and unusual! Who doesn’t love a mystery guest artist!

Tremont Scoops – 2362 Professor Ave.
Garrett Weider
Weider holds a degree in graphic design, but he spent a large amount of his time studying painting. After painting on everything from guitars to skateboards, Weider recently began experimenting with painting on vinyl records collected from thrift stores and Loop’s dollar bins in Tremont. Featured ice cream flavor: Pumpkin Pecan Pie.

Giancarlo Calicchia Gallery – 722 Literary
“Playful Sculpture” in the artist’s sculpture studio and garden. Visit the studio to see works in progress, the artist at work surrounded by his favorite works of art.

Paul Duda Gallery – 2342 Professor Ave
Iconic images of Cleveland by Paul Duda

Treehouse – 820 College
Rob Kay Instagram photography

Grain – 2379 Professor Ave.
James Hamilton, artist, furniture maker and shop owner

Ty Fun – 815 Jefferson Ave
Denyse (Lipka) Carbonell, owner of Artist at Heart Paint Party
Denyse has been teaching art since receiving her master’s degree in art education from Case Western Reserve University.

Fahrenheit – 2417 Professor Ave
Lila Rose Kole presents the Fahreneit industrial collection
15 Industrial Chic abstract works in acrylic. Lila’s work can be found at Saks Fifth Avenue, Beachwood, the Aloft Hotel, Matter of Design in Hudson and in private collections from San Francisco to Boston.

Climb-Cleveland – 2190 Professor Ave
Multiple artists in Tremont’s newest and most physically challenging artist’s venue

Grumpy’s 2621 W. 14th St
Jill LeMieux – Illustration
“I create animal portraits with personality. Using pointillism and a mosaic-like style, I have developed a signature look that explores color, contrast, and texture. My technique, combined with the subject matter, results in work that is intense, yet playful and often humorous.”

Theresa Kyriakidis- Disney Paintings
Theresa Kyriakidis has taken her childhood love of cartoons to canvas with whimsical acrylic paintings to brighten everyone’s day. Theresa paints in a unique cartoon style ensuring every piece will bring a smile to your face. She enjoys mixing it up with landscapes, animal portraits and even some video game art couture.

Sandi Valois – stained glass
Creations by an artist who has retired from the grind: “Ohio / USAF veteran, motorcyclist, stained glass artist, scuba diver, world traveler, lover of LIFE :) See my other Pinterest page under sava3gs (Glam and Glass G)”

Wine & Design – 751 Starkweather Ave
Pamela Gilliland
View her latest work, Water Lily I-IV
“Much of my inspiration comes from observing nature. A favorite element is water. I was a competitive swimmer and sailor; always in water. Some of my most successful series celebrate water’s mastery of abstraction; its ability to filter reality into a fluid, fragmented form.”

Bac – 2661 W. 14th
Elise Cerino, Photographer
“The inspiration for my photography is our city. I love exploring Cleveland’s neighborhoods and finding beauty in what is seldom noticed.”

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About Walkabout Tremont
Walkabout Tremont honors the artistic vision of the Tremont ArtWalk, which began in 1993 with open galleries on the second Friday of each month. Walkabout Tremont expands the event’s focus with art openings, music, street entertainment, restaurant and bar specials, and pop-up tents featuring art and artists from within and outside Tremont. Walkabout Tremont is the second Friday of each month. More specifics, an event map, neighborhood tours and gallery/store/restaurant hours are posted on www.WalkaboutTremont.com #WalkaboutTremont

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