Wednesday night, Sept. 4th, Wardrope and dozens of other creative artists and hand-made crafters will display work for final Summer street party
The final edition of 2013 ArtBlock, a featured event at the summer series of Pleasanton’s Downtown “1st Wednesday Street Parties, happens Wednesday night, September 4th , right on Angela Street at Main Street beginning at 6pm.
September’s ArtBlock will be the final edition for Summer 2013. The event features more new and inspired handmade works of art, music right on the street, and the month’s featured artist will be Debbie Wardrope, who specializes in landscape pastel paintings featuring iconic local scenes of downtown Pleasanton, Sunol, Danville, Livermore and Walnut Creek.
Wardrope’s art is the local favorite of Pleasanton, depicting famous restaurants, local vineyards, and town landmarks like Sunol’s Little Brown Church. In addition to Wardrope, multiple skilled artisans and craftsmen will display their work, from oil paintings, to glass, hand-made jewelry and other decorative works.
Additionally, Pink Spots will be a featured sponsor for September’s ArtBlock. Pink Spots is a leading business directory for the LGBT community, including gay owned, operated and friendly businesses, such as art galleries, restaurants and consumer service providers. Visit Pink Spots online.
“We are a print and online resource guide for LGBT consumers to find gay-friendly businesses & services in their neighborhood. We are excited to be a part of Pleasanton’s ArtBlock and look forward to all the fabulous folks we will meet,” said Kevin Babeaux of Pink Spots and Rhineaux Media.
More than 100 pieces of art have sold while thousands of residents of Tri-Valley and the greater Bay Area have enjoyed art, food, games and music. Visit ArtBlock on Facebook
Studio Seven Arts
Studio Seven Arts is the Bay Area’s largest art gallery has been voted by readers as the ‘Best Art Gallery in Pleasanton’ by the Pleasanton Weekly in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 was awarded the ‘Best of the East Bay’ by Diablo Magazine for three years running, 2011, 2012 and 2013. Located in the heart of downtown Pleasanton, the gallery specializes in fine art from nationally collected and regional artists, uniquely handcrafted jewelry and custom art framing