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WALKABOUT TREMONT FEATURES MULTIPLE ART OPENINGS + TREMONT BREW HA HA

posted by admin December 5, 2017

Art Openings and Brew HaHa Popup Shop & Party are Friday Dec. 8 from 5 – 11 p.m.

CLEVELAND (December 5, 2017) – The holidays are in the air for the monthly Walkabout Tremont Friday, December 8, from 5 to 10 p.m., with multiple art openings happening around Tremont, plus the annual Tremont Brew HaHa Popup Shop & Party at the Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church at 2187 West 14th Street. Brew HaHa will have more than 20 artists, a craft beer bar, Greek food and musical guest The Luckey Ones from 7:30-10:30 p.m.

A free trolley will be circulating throughout the neighborhood, with pickups and drop-offs at or near Walkabout Tremont participating locations.

In addition to the art openings listed below, the night will have extended hours at art galleries and retail shops like Banyan Tree, Tidal Cool, Evie Lou, Grain and more, and a variety of holiday-themed food and drink specials at Tremont’s restaurants and bars.

ART OPENINGS

DOUBTING THOMAS – 856 Jefferson
ANDREW LESICA AND CHRIST YARMOCK
For years. Painter Chris Yarmock, who sang in the legendary Cleveland band Easter Monkeys, has been working on a new set of paintings in a modern setting. Lesica, a driving, intense guitarist who played in Knifedance, creates abstract works with sharp geometric shapes and muted yet moving colors.

BAC – 2661 W. 14th
EMILY GARRETT
Emily Garrett has a BFA in Art Education with a 2-D Specialization in Painting from Bowling Green State University and an MS in Education with a Concentration in Teacher Leadership from Walden University. Emily is a Visual Art Teacher at Garfield Heights High School. When Emily is not teaching, she draws pet portraits using oil pastels and sells them locally, nationally, and internationally. She enjoys showing the work she creates in the art-friendly neighborhood of Tremont.

EDISON’S PUB – 2373 Professor Ave.
SARAH PIERCE
I can be stopped dead in my tracks by something as routine as a leaf lying in the grass or a coin stuck in a car door cup holder. It’s my brains particular hiccup – too often be mesmerized by the quotidian. I like to illustrate objects and things of the sort that people might otherwise pass by every day and never consider. Tweak them, group them, bring the odd to the mundane, in order to allow for a kind of reconsideration. For a new story to be told. And I’m always, always trying to tell you a story.

LOOP – 2180 W 11th
PRESTON BUCHTEL
Preston is an alumni from the Cleveland Institute of Art and the KSU – School of Architecture, he has been a long time artist and resident in Tremont. His photographs are a collection of moments noticed, and perspectives to be considered.

TREEHOUSE – 820 College Ave.
ICAN STUDENT SHOW WITH DANIELLE KILLINGER
The collection of works displayed represents a variety of students in grades 9-12 from Northeast Ohio College Preparatory School. Student ages range from 14 to 18, and they have varying levels of art experience: some may be taking an advanced senior class intended for students who are interested in art at the college or career level, and some pieces are from students taking their first art class ever. Art class is focused on working like a true artist, rather than strictly following teacher directions—the result is that the pieces reflect students’ own unique ideas and subject matter, and showcase techniques or skills they learn in class and work on independently.

LUCKY’S CAFE –777 Starkweather Ave.
REBECCA CAREY
“Autumn Trees” Rebecca Carey was born and raised under the leaves of Lakewood, Ohio. “I was taught to love and appreciate the nature around me. My art is a representation of how I see nature in all her seasons.”

ROBERT HARTSHORN STUDIO & GALLERY – 2342 Professor Ave.
FRED GEARHART
Gearhart is a prolific sculptor and teacher. Fred leaves no part of his work untouched. Every surface suggests a micro-perspective of a much larger process or idea. His methods meld traditional tools and materials with nontraditional results. He has shown at the Sculpture Center, Sculpture in the Village of Gibsonburg, Ohio; The Massillon Museum of Art in Ohio; Artists Archives of the Western Reserve, and many local gallery and private collections throughout the Midwest. He works out of his garden studio in Cleveland Heights.

FAT CATS- 2061 W. 10th St
THE SIGN GUY, DAVID WITZKE
Better known as the Sign Guy, Dave Witzke creates fire-breathing cats, deranged rabbits and other bright, cartoony characters that can be found around almost every corner of the west-side Cleveland neighborhood. Originally a graffiti artist, the Sign Guy sells his work online, at local businesses and at festivals.

OTHER ART ON DISPLAY

  • CLIMB-CLEVELAND — Multiple artists in Tremont’s newest and most physically challenging artist’s venue
  • FAHRENHEIT – Lila Rose Kole presents the Fahrenheit industrial collection
  • FLYING MONKEY — Kris Petrenko creates rich toned work with the allure & feel of vintage antiques utilizing repurposed wood, metal, and glass
  • GIANCARLO CALICCIA GALLERY — “Playful Sculpture” in the artist’s sculpture studio and garden.
  • GRAIN – James Hamilton, artist and furniture maker, Sculptures by Matthew Albright
  • GRUMPY’S – Garret Weider and Melanie Reese
  • LAVA LOUNGE — Elizabeth Adams and Justin Brennan “Divergence: A Duo Exhibition”
  • LUCKY’S CAFÉ — Bec Carey
  • PAUL DUDA GALLERY – Images of Cleveland by Paul Duda
  • SOUTHSIDE – Alexis Carek; photographer living and working in Cleveland, OH
  • TREMONT TAPHOUSE — Rob Hartshorn – photographs areas of the industrial flats
  • TY FUN – Tony Byrd

FOOD AND DRINK SPECIALS

  • CRUST ‐ $5 Caramel Apple Shots, $0.50 Wings
  • FLYING MONKEY ‐ Candy Cane Martini
  • GRUMPY’S ‐ Open for dinner on Friday and Saturday nights from 4 until 10 with great nightly specials
  • LUCKY’S CAFE ‐ Port Braised Beef Short Rib over house ground cheddar polenta and local wilted spinach
  • POST 1 ‐ $2 holiday mystery beer pull & $3 Crown Royal shots
  • PROSPERITY SOCIAL CLUB ‐ Fish fry. Happy hour from 4–6pm
  • ROWLEY INN – Happy Hour 3‐6pm
  • TONY’S – Stop at Tony’s for holiday cheer, Jingle Balls hot spicy Greek and Italian. Relax with a Specialty Cocktail, Polar Express and purchase a chance to take home the Giant Christmas Bear!
  • TREEHOUSE – $3 MadTree Brewing cans and $6 Hot Spiked Cider, happy hour from 4–7
  • TREMONT TAPHOUSE ‐ 4:00pm ‐ 7:00pm: $6 calamari, pizza; $5 pretzels, $1.50 off house draft beers
  • TY FUN ‐ Pad Thai $10, Spring Rolls $5, My Ty Fun $5

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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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