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Art walk adds artists: More art and artists on display as Second Saturday Art Walks continue

Central California oil paint artist Deborah Barr brought a collection of her artwork to Grass Valley over the weekend during the Second Saturday Art Walk for the month of May. Her piece titled “Hell Yes“ was one of many on display and available for purchase from artists during the art walk. For artists wishing to display their work, contact Marni Marshall with the Downtown Grass Valley Association at 530-798-9690.
Photo: Elias Funez
Tatiana Priestly shows off her collection of hand made earrings she makes and sells made out of wood and other materials. Artists continue to display and sell their work during the Second Saturday Art Walks in downtown Grass Valley.
Photo: Elias Funez
People may have seen Valerie Messervy Birkhoff’s sculpture work on display within the Whispering Pines vaccination clinic in Grass Valley. A collection of her pieces have been brought out to the Second Saturday Art Walk including “Weeeee!“ at left and “Pacha“ at right.
Photo: Elias Funez
Guitarist Francisco Aviles, of Nevada City, entertains those on the streets of downtown Grass Valley during the Second Saturday Art Walk.
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Modesto artist Deobrah Barr shows off her piece titled “Is there more to this than that” that she brought up to the Second Saturday Art Walk in downtown Grass Valley last Saturday.
Photo: Elias Funez
A handmade earring set by Tatiana Priestly shows some pebbles encapsulated in a clear resin. Priestly plans to return to future Second Saturday Art Walks in Grass Valley to make her jewelry available.
Photo: Elias Funez
“Big Scary“ by Valerie Messervy Birkhoff was one of many unique pieces of artwork on display by area artists during the Second Saturday Art Walk in downtown Grass Valley.
Photo: Elias Funez

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