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East Aurora Spring Walk

East Aurora holds annual spring and fall Art Walks, perfect opportunities to stroll from business to business viewing art amidst quaint village charm. The spring walk takes place May 4, from 6 to 9 p.m. Meibohm Fine Arts at 478 Main Street will host the “Mill Road Scenic Overlook” Benefit Exhibition, which features work ranging from traditional plein-aire landscape painting to watercolors and classic photography; the event benefits the Mill Road Scenic Overlook Campaign to purchase and preserve the popular site. “Each artist will present his or her own view of the amazing property that we are raising funds to protect, whether it’s the entire vista or a lone tree,” explains Meibohm. redFISH Art Studios at 21 Elm Street will exhibit work by resident artists, a mixed bag of art and merriment.   

Other participating venues include:
Ashwood Artisans, 726 Main Street—high end craft and decorative art
Will Faller Fine Art and Antiques,  576 Main Street—mostly historical regional art
Roycroft Copper Shop Gallery, 31 South Grove Street—handcrafted items in the Roycroft tradition
East Aurora Art Society, 101 King Street—work by members
West End Gallery, 48 Douglas Lane—crafted gifts from funky to fashionable

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