Every “Friday Night Art” Event

    Terry Sauriol

    Surel’s Place and The Greenbelt Market are partnering to present “Friday Night Art at the Greenbelt Market” each week from 5pm – 7pm through October 15th. Come enjoy a glass of wine on the patio and meet a local artist or maker sharing their work. A wide array of styles and materials will be represented including paintings, photography, woodworking, jewelry, assemblage, metal, prints, and cards.

    Location: 3472 N Prospect Lane  Garden City, Idaho 83714              (End of 34th Street off Chinden Blvd)


    March 26    Jamie Drake   Woodworking

    Shawn Hubbs

    April 2        Terry Sauriol   Oil painting

    April 9        Shawn Hubbs    Assemblage Found Object

    April 16      Michael J Zolin    Resin Art on Aluminum

    April 23      Rachel Teannalach    Oil Painting

    April 30      Jessie Swimeley    Alternative Process Photography

    May 7         Melissa Thompson   Acrylic and Alcohol Ink

    Michael J Zolin

    May 14       Karen Klinefelter Jewelry

    May 21       Becka Watkins    Acrylic and Mixed Media

    May 28       Mary Gardiner and Gary McCall    Watercolor, Acrylic, Oil, Pastel

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