It's that time, folks! Mark your calendars for the First Saturday Art Walk at the Old Jerome High School, September 3rd, 6 - 10 p.m. This is something you do not want to miss! The Operating Room, upstairs in Building C, is hosting live music by DJs Wolfenkat and Profit & Monk starting at 7 p.m., with food provided by Naan Profit. Stop by and meet our extraordinary artists in Buildings A, B, and C. Start your early Holiday Shopping and pick up a few pieces of authentic Jerome-local art for those on your list!
Starting at 12:00 noon, check out The Black Lodge in Building C for coffee and snacks, and while you're at it, book a tattoo! The Black Lodge will be featuring pop-ups from Cryptic Nails and Cowgirl Punk, and will have T-shirts, art, prints and stickers for sale, as well as some curated vintage selections.
There is something for everyone at the Old Jerome High School First Saturday Art Walk!
The diversity of our Artists offer artwork of all types, including sculptures, music, paintings, sketches, tattoos and piercings, collages, and much more. Check out the Artists who will be participating on September 3rd.
Touch, or click on, the artists' photos below to go directly to each of their websites:
Thunder Mesa Studio, Artist Dave Meek, will be open from 2 - 6 pm. Stop by and check out the amazing miniature train display and village, as well as the remarkable artwork by this artist in Building A, Studio 204A.
Artist Beth Courtright is working on large scale figurative narratives, in Chalk Pastel, at Word is Art Studio, #301 upstairs in Building A. Newcomer, Josh Hunt, has joined Building A and will be displaying his iconic paints and prints.
Root Art Studio, Artist Bill Root, on the first floor of Building A, is a painter, printmaker and mixed media artist. His work is in many public and private collections, and he has had one person exhibitions in Paris, France, and Venice, Italy, as well as in other venues in the US and abroad. In addition to his own work, Bill has a large collection of tribal art from all over the world for sale in his studio, #202.
Blue Moose Studio, Artist Janie Layers, is a Sculptor with a working studio in Building B, on the far end downstairs. Stop by and marvel at her unique style with clay. You can find her on social media @jesusinjerome.
Artist Robin Anderson is the longest working artist at the Old Jerome High School, with many different mediums of artwork displayed on the first two floors in Building C. Robin and his late-wife, Margo Mandett, have hundreds of pieces, including paintings, sculptures, ink-prints and more displayed on the walls as you walk through the front doors, downstairs and in various rooms in Building C. This iconic artist will be available to meet and chat with, and all of his artwork is for sale.
Artist Damian Gomes, Bad Angel Studio, is a self-taught abstract figurative painter working primarily in oil and acrylic. Frequently macabre, sensual, and darkly comic human images figure prominently into Gomes' work. Visit Damian upstairs in Building A, Studio 302.
Artist Steven Schutz, Biros-Schutz Studio, specializes in colored—pencil art and paintings, and is offering various sizes of prints, mixed-media paintings, framed and unframed. Look for Steven in studio A 203.
Biros-Schutz Studio, Artist Zushka Biros, has a variety of original unframed paintings in various sizes available for sale in studio A 203. She works with acrylics on canvas, with a large body of work in abstract.
FREE SHUTTLE AND PARKING!
The Jerome Shuttle picks up and drops off passengers at the Old Jerome High School parking lot.
It's the easiest way to enjoy the evening, without driving around and looking for a parking space in town. Start at the High School and have a good time, take the shuttle to see the rest of Jerome, have dinner, a wine-tasting, visit the galleries, and then take the Shuttle back to wrap up your night at The Operating Room's live music at the Old Jerome High School. The choice is yours! It's the most convenient and stress-free way to experience your time in Jerome.