“Walkabout Like a Pirate” Theme Friday, Sept. 8 from 5 – 10 p.m. includes a Treasure Hunt,
New Art Openings, Street Performers & More
National Talk Like a Pirate Day is in September and we’re celebrating as Walkabout Tremont walks the plank Friday, September 8, from 5 to 10 p.m. with a “Walkabout Like a Pirate” theme with a neighborhood treasure hunt, extended hours at art galleries and retail shops, multiple art openings, and a variety of pirate-inspired food & drink specials at Tremont’s restaurants and bars. There will be a number of street performers—including DrURawesome and his world-record breaking bubbles, Hoopernova hula hoopers, belly dancers and more.
There will also be more than a dozen pop-up tents with artists from within and outside Tremont. And, visitors can enjoy locally produced art in many shops, restaurants and bars, and view a local history display.
Treasure maps can be picked up at local businesses, including: Hartshorn Studio/Paul Duda Gallery, Treehouse, Loop, Prosperity Social Club and Flying Monkey, or download the map the day of the event at walkabouttremont.com
Featured Art Openings
doubting thomas – 856 Jefferson Ave.
Eclectic Mash Part 2, Engaging curator and artist Miriam Sylvette again brings you unique art of all genres: painting, photography, performances, music and merch. Performance by Blackwater Cabaret, music by DJ Textbeak, merch by Mermaid’s End
Treehouse – 820 College
Scott Radke, multimedia artist
Don’t get spooked—despite their gnarled hands, corpse-colored skin and sunken eyes, Scott Radke’s (@scottradkeart) creations come in peace. “If you wanna get creepy with it, it’s real easy! Any film or music video [they are] involved in goes straight to the dark side,” says the 44-year-old sculptor, whose work made a cameo appearance in Tim Burton’s “Alice in Wonderland.” Even if Scott prefers to bring his caterpillar people and bodiless, baby-cheeked creatures to life in suburban Cleveland nature preserves, he understands the desire to situate them in more shadowy worlds. After all, many of them were born there: Before discovering yoga and meditation, Scott displaced his anxiety and panic attacks by carving their faces.
Edison’s – 2373 Professor Ave.
Artist Jill LeMieux
“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.”
TY FUN – 815 Jefferson Ave.
Tim Heron, painter
Tim is a portrait/landscape artist who works in oils, pastel and conte crayon. He studied at the Cooper School of Art, The Cleveland Institute of Art and Tri-C. His studio, “The Manly Pad,” is at 2490 Professor Ave in Tremont. He runs the Pretentious Tremont Artists portrait drawing group. He only had one art class in high school but went on to study several years at Cooper School of Art and The Cleveland Institute of Art, and countless Life Drawing sessions around Cleveland.
Grumpy’s – 2621 W. 14th St.
Theresa Kyriakidis, Disney genre paintings
Theresa Kyriakidis has taken her childhood love of cartoons to canvas with whimsical acrylic paintings to brighten everyone’s day. She loves being able to share her passion with others by bringing a little happily ever after into their homes. 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.
Lava Lounge – 1307 Auburn Ave.
Michael England – “Crushed” a show of mixed media art
Michael is originally from Cincinnati and has developed the unique gift of bringing beer cans back to life in a new way. Using mixed media techniques, he combines cardboard, duct tape and beer cans into an invigorated 3D art form.
Wine & Design – 751 Starkweather Ave.
Artist Pamela Gilliland and 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.”
Climb-Cleveland – 2190 Professor Ave.
Tremont’s newest and physically challenging artists’ venue
- Emmalyn Tringali – is an art activist, art teacher and a contemporary representational painter. She studied at the Florence Academy of Art abroad and at LCAD, the Laguna College of Art. With her figural work she hopes to inspire love between individuals. With her landscapes she hopes to inspire a greater care of the natural world.
- Rob Strand – photographer – enjoys conveying scenes of natural beauty (preferably outdoors) with the marvelous mechanism called the camera. He would love to talk to you about art and his photos, but you will probably have to approach him to get the conversation going.
- Jon Sedor – a Cleveland native, Jon creates and lives as a right-handed person since his dominant left hand was amputated in a serious accident. Besides graphic design and painting, Jon is a sponsored rock climber. Mountains and oceans are his home away from home.
- Howard Collier – is a graduate of Brooklyn College/CUNY, Brooklyn, New York. He teaches at Notre Dame College in Lyndhurst and Cuyahoga Community College.
- Billy Delfs – is drawn to the magic of the outdoors, notably credited with capturing a series of prints documenting Cleveland’s inspiring surf community. His visionary-style, strong work ethic and passion for travel with his camera serve agencies and businesses looking to build an intuitive story and voice for their brands through dynamic advertising and editorial publicity.
- Josh Musial – is an emerging educator in both the arts and the outdoors, as well as a student of art therapy.
- Adrian Eisenhower – earned his MFA in painting at SCAD, Savannah, Georgia. He teaches drawing and painting at the Cleveland School of the Arts.
- Also presenting the work of Jim Leach, Evan Prunty, Julius Barkley and Nikki Mokrzycki.
The Southside – 2207 W 11th St.
Thaddeus Schau, photographic artist
Thaddeus is a recent transplant to Cleveland, Ohio 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 flows 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.
Fat Cats – 2061 W 10th St.
Mallorie Freeman, multimedia artist
Mallorie was born and raised in Cleveland. Her mother was a pop singer in the 1960s, owner of a modeling agency, television producer and a makeup artist. The prominence of femininity, creativity, and entrepreneurship greatly influenced Mallorie from a young age. She has participated in a number of regional and national exhibitions, and residencies. “I find inspiration everywhere: travelling, watching movies, vintage magazines, walks in the park, candy wrappers, county fairs, conversations with friends, thrift stores, etc.”
Tremont Scoops – 2362 Professor Ave.
Garrett Weider, artist
Weider’s work can be seen at venues all over town, including smaller paintings for sale at Cleveland Clothing Company and Native Cleveland, as well as murals at Viking Technology in Westlake, Campus International School near downtown and even the new Crocker Park world headquarters of his longtime employer, American Greetings. 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. Walkabout special will be a Pirate Pecan Sundae for $5.
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.
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.
Flying Monkey – 819 Jefferson Ave.
Featured Artist David Lewandowski
Paul Duda Gallery – 2342 Professor Ave.
Iconic images of Cleveland by Paul Duda
LOOP – 2180 W 11th.
Alexander Miklus, painter
Live Music & DJs
- Doubting Thomas – DJ Textbeak
- Coda – Free Show by 6 Sometimes 7
- Grain – Live acoustic music
- Loop – DJ Joey Smooth
- The South Side – Karaoke every Walkabout Tremont night from 10 pm to 1 am
- Post 1 – DJ Britton-Zinn
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