The public is also invited to an upscale First Friday Art Walk Reception every first Friday of the month
Starting Thursday (March 16), Pike Art Gallery is staying open late to feature live painting demonstrations each Thursday from 5 to 7 p.m. Visitors can quench their thirst for local art and see artists Liz Pike and Blue Bond with brushes and palettes in hand at Pike Art Gallery in uptown Camas, located at 302 NE Sixth Avenue.
“Thursday night dinner in downtown Camas is a great way to start your weekend. On your way to dinner stop by Pike Art Gallery to see what’s new,” said Liz Pike. “See our varied painting styles and find out what inspires us!”
Complimentary refreshments will be served every Thursday evening from 5 to 7 p.m.
The public is also invited to an upscale First Friday Art Walk Reception every first Friday of the month from 5-8 p.m. featuring delicious appetizers and beverages. The new gallery space opened in February at the corner of NE Sixth and Birch Street in #UptownCamas.
Pike and Bond both work in oils on canvas. Pike Art Gallery can be reached at (360) 281-8720.
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