Tuesday, October 25 | Submitted by Clarissa French | Downtown Central
Three members add artists; Kiss My Gas Scooters expands its business
Oct. 24, 2011– There have been some exciting changes and additions to the November First Friday Art Walk lineup in the last week. Here’s the latest on three of the 23 members participating in the Nov. 4 Walk, 6-10 p.m.:
Boca Mocha, 320 Park Central West, has added another artist for November: Christie Snelson does oil painting on reused canvases. She purchases existing canvases from The Salvation Army and paints over them. Not only is her art “green,” but she is supporting a good cause in buying from The Salvation Army. Boca Mocha is a coffee cafe that offers Haitian coffee and breakfast-lunch-dinner service. Enjoy Mother’s beer and lively art by Jane Troupe, James Richardson, John L. Payne, Tyler Thrasher and Christie Snelson. 417-865-3828 www.bocamocha.com 7 a.m.-11 p.m. M-Th; 7 a.m.-1:30 a.m. F; 8-1:30 Sat
DB Design Salon & Art Gallery, 326 S. Campbell, presents The Art of Stevia Bonebrake in November; plus enjoy pottery by Cheryl Matlock, Julia Schaefer, John Ehlers, Katrina Stevens, George Milne and Duane Bone; and jewelry by Tammy Kirks. (417) 864-4343
Kiss My Gas Scooters!, 212 S. Campbell, has exciting news for downtown. Kiss My Gas is expanding into the old Vintage Vice space next door and adding a second artist for November! In addition to Pencil Drawings by Rodney Schertz, visitors will experiencePhotography by Amber Dougan, plus the latest models of scooters and accessories, as well as a line of apparel for the well-dressed rider.