It’s time once again for the Spring Gallery Walk in downtown Durango.
Thirteen galleries will fling open their doors Friday night for an fun evening that showcases what they’ve got going on.
“Everybody pulls out all the stops,” said KK Patton with the Durango Gallery Association. “Everybody will have something special going on. All of the galleries participate.”
Here’s what to look for when you head downtown:
Azul, 781 Main Ave. New works from Hokanson Dix glass and Sekoya art furniture. There will be a raffle for a gift certificate and food and refreshments.
Diane West Jewelry & Art, 820 Main Ave. Gallery will be featuring encaustic artist Bridgette Meinhold from Park City, Utah.
Durango Arts Center, 802 East Second Ave. Center is featuring “Under Pressure: The Art of the Hand-Pulled Print” in the Barbara Conrad Gallery, and “The Thread,” a collection of solar plate etchings by Santa Fe artist Laurie Archer in the Art Library. The center will be open late.
Earthen Vessel Gallery, 115 W. Ninth St. Throwing a “celebration of all things handmade” and featuring the Durango debut of sterling silver and enameled jewelry by designer Carly Wright.
Karyn Gabaldon Fine Arts, 680 Main Ave. Featuring Gabaldon’s 40-plus piece “Homage to El Rio De Las Animas Perdidas” and live music by Jeff Solon.
Open Shutter Gallery, 735 Main Ave. Gallery will be featuring Nine Francois’ “Animalia” and Ron Martin’s wilderness photography.
Scenic Aperture, 780 Main Ave. Features fine-art photography of the Four Corners. Showcases the photography of photographer Frank Comisar.
Sendero Gallery, 835 Main Ave.Santa Fe artist Rod Hubble will be doing a live demonstration at the gallery.
Sorrel Sky, 828 Main Ave. Featuring “Earthly Presence,” an exhibit of Laura Bruzzese’s porcelain vessels and Carol Salomon’s beaded jewelry.
Studio & Gallery, 1027 Main Ave. Featuring wire sculptures by Shay Lopez.
Toh-Atin Gallery, 145 W. Ninth St. Featuring the Navajo sandpaintings of Zachariah Ben and vintage-style jewelry of Jesse Robbins.
Other participating galleries are
Mesteño Gallery, 738 Main Ave., and
Nature Revealed Gallery, 643 B Main Ave.