The Walk In Art Center’s Coffee House Cabaret offers evening of great music and award-winning art along with fantastic coffee and desserts.
The next edition of the event is set for Friday, Aug. 4. Drop by at 6 p.m. to view the work of artist Cheryl Elmo in the main gallery, then settle in for some acoustic country music from brother-sister duo Chamberlain Hill. Seating for the music occurs at 6:40. Those who wish to sit at a table should register in advance at walkinartcenter.org.
The photography of Rebecca Donohue also will be on display, and WIAC artists will be in their studios to show their new work and chat with folks.
“We are very excited to have Cheryl Elmo here at the Walk In,” WIAC Executive Director Jacqueline Engel said. “Cheryl’s watercolors are unique and capture the life of her subjects in a fun way. I love the splatterings of color throughout, and I think the public will be able to relate to her work.”
Elmo’s paintings are available for viewing or purchase online at cherylelmo.com.
Chamberlain Hill, known for its familial harmonies, has been making the rounds in central Pennsylvania for a few years. Sarah Scott and her brother Rocky Bartholomew hail from the Williamsport area and are adept at a wide breadth of musical skills and styles. Check them out at Chamberlainhillmusic.com.
Wander through the lobby and Studio Row and check out the photography of WIAC studio artist Rebecca Donohue, known for her fun, unique style.
Coffee, wine, beer and desserts are included in the $10 ticket price. Tickets are available at walkinartcenter.org. The Coffee House Cabaret series is sponsored by the Zwerling Trust.
Keep up with WIAC events, art classes, family events, and more by visiting the WIAC facebook page at facebook.com/walkinartcenter or visit walkinartcenter.org.
The Walk In Art Center Main Gallery and Artist Market are open weekdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m, and on Saturdays from 1-5 p.m.
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