Tippecanoe Arts Federation presents:
Gallery Walk 2017
Friday, September 15
Downtown Lafayette

The 2017 Gallery Walk season continues September 15 from 6:00-9:00pm Experience beautiful works of art at 30 locations, meet the artists, and enjoy refreshments and live music on your stroll through Downtown Lafayette!
Free horse-drawn carriage rides will also be available courtesy of Greater Lafayette Commerce.


Look for this window cling at participating locations!

Official Gallery Walk Venues:
1. Tippecan oe Arts Federation 
638 North St · 765.423.2787
Gallery Reception features a diverse range of media from Verónica Peña, Figure Drawing Guild, & Carrie Wing. Wine & refreshments served. Don't miss a special art activity from Kathryn Weil Center and the One Great Read Information Table at TAF! 
2. Artists' Own 
518 Main St · 765.429.4478
Expressive Clay: Two Approaches features works from two diverse, expressive ceramicists, Dick Lehman and Amy Sanders. Artists' Own and the Greater Lafayette Clay Guild have developed this exhibit in conjunction with the Fun with Dick & Amy Pottery Workshop and Lecture at Thomas Duncan Hall, Oct. 13 & 14. The 7 pm lecture on Friday, the 13th, is free and open to the public. The exhibit will showcase works each artist has selected specifically for this event. Exhibit runs through October 14. For more information about the exhibit http://www.artists-own.com/calendar.
3. Bindery Artist Studios 
511 Ferry Street · 765.414.7962
Wild on Ferry Safari - "Human Conditions" new works by Chad Bohren in the main gallery, and "Art is Special" ceramic pieces from LaLa Gallery & Studio Students in the Community Classroom. Studios are full so check out our Bindery Artist Studio Spaces too!
4. Blooms and Petals Fresh Flowers and Gifts
848 Main St · 765.742.0125
We are a full-service event design and planning company that offers and delivers the highest quality flowers and gifts for all occasions in historic Downtown Lafayette with 100% customer satisfaction guaranteed. We are a close-knit team of innovative designers, progressive thinkers, and passionate planners thrilled to offer a bouquet of services.
5. Castle-Brooks Spiritual Supply
713 Main St · 765.420.8082
We will be featuring the artwork of stone carver Sidney Bolam and acrylic visionary art ist Raine Castle. We will have light refreshments and Paint Party sign ups.
6. City Foods Co-op
632 Main St · 765.746.6903
Downtown grocery store offers quality and convenience with as much local and organic product as possible, 
including local eggs and honey. Our mission is to serve the nutritional, social,  and economic needs of our members and community by providing a market for local, fair-trade, sustainable, independent, and healthful goods and services. Local crafts on display.
7. Digby's Pub and Patio
133 N 4th St · 765.269.7179
Historical downtown feel, featuring "Artisan American Pub Food," craft, handmade cocktails, and a respectable beer and wine selection.
8. Duncan Hall 
619 Ferry St · 765.742.4788
Wild on Ferry Safari Stop #3, Art Inspired by Nature and Nurtured by Wild I maginations of three award winning artists: Lea Foster shares photography, Marie Roth Henderson presents mixed media, and Cheryl Kaldahl features impressionist acrylics. Go wild painting with Ron Harshman, visit with wildly wonderful visitors from Natalie's Second Chance Shelter. Experience wildly entertaining music from Erica Hegland as well as Scott Greeson and Friends. Enjoy Go Bananas Punch and other sweet and savory treats and tour the hall's nine rooms and garden's art and architecture. 
9. Evil Genius Tattoo Club
420 Main St · 765.448.3845
Explore landscapes, skylines, and urban decay with world-renowned watercolour tattoo artist Krist Karloff and nationally accredited photographer William Brothers.
10. Halsema Custom Crafts
660 Main St · 765.427.5079
Stop  by to enjoy custom woodwork, art, gifts, and toys with light refreshments! Featuring the work of many local artists in various mediums.
11. Harrison College
323 Columbia St, Ste 100 · 765.447.9550
Art by Wabash Valley Artists Society on display. Ring buzzer and take elevator to the 2nd floor!
12. Java Roaster
130 N 3rd St · 765.742.2037
Featuring local artists year round! Our quirky little coffee shop offers a welcoming art reception with coffee tastings, community art projects, and entertainment. We urge you to stop on by and enjoy our scene.
13. KL Art Gallery
211 N 4th S t · 765.427.2547
KL Art Gallery is pleased to reopen the gallery after two years of renovation due to water damage. KL Art Gallery is located on 4th Street between Main and Ferry. The gallery exhibits original artwork by artist Kimlien Tran.
14. LaLa Gallery & Studio 
511 Ferry St · 765.414.7962
LaLa Gallery & Studio, specializing in Pottery Parties and Art Lessons, will be giving demonstrati ons on the potter's wheel. Drop-in sessions available from 6-9pm. Drop children off for an hour of clay fun or try it yourself!
15. Long Center for the Performing Arts
111 N 6th St · 765.742.5664
Abstract Works for Modern Times: An Exhibit by Jeff Smith. Walk among Jeff's paintings on the Long Center stage.
16. Main Street Books
426 Main St · 765.464.6794 
An independent bookstore in historic downtown 
Lafayette, we feature a large selection of science fiction & fantasy books, as well as general fiction. Glass art by Emily Ohland on display. 
17. Marquis Dolls Museum and Restoration 
214 N 5th St · 765.429.6365
Celebrating 24 years in Greater Lafayette! Stop in and see one of the largest and most diverse doll collections in the State of Indiana. As you tour the museum, observe how fashion and doll/clothing design have evolved through the years. Our 2nd floor will be open for this event. 
18. Merlin's Beard
1001 Main St · 765.714.4441
Games ~ Food ~ Beer ~ Wine
Find a new place to play your favorite games and 
explore the wealth of the hobby gaming industry! 
Featured artist: Karen Moyars (colored pencil & ink).
19. Pete's Diner
601 Main St · 765.420.7383
24-hour family friendly diner with art on display. Make sure you swing by 6th and Main to gaze upon the mural and see what a FANATSTIC job Andrea Townsend has done! 
20. Peyton's Gallery
662 Main St · 765.586.9800
Enjoy the colorful and sometimes, offbeat art of husband and wife, Glenn and Sara Andrews.
21. Purdue University Galleries (Fountain Gallery)
330 Main St · 765.420.7589
Fountain Gallery will be featuring live music alongside the current installation exhibit, FOREST OF HISTORY. Drop by for an immersive experience! Exhibition runs through September 23. 
22. RE/MAX Ability Plus
615 Ferry St · 765.423.1985
Wild Ferry St. Safari - Please join us and the other Safari stations on Ferry St. We will be hosting an exhibit of art 
provided by the Wabash Valley Artists Society which will feature 1 painting by each of their members. There will be a variety of oil, acrylic, pastel, and watercolor paintings. Plus, we will be hosting a craft station for the kids to enjoy.
23. Spectrum Art Gallery (Pride Lafayette)
640 Main St · 765.423.7579
Pride Lafayette, Inc. and its Community Center serve the lesbian, gay, bisexual, trangender, and ally (LGBTA) 
community of Tippecanoe County, Indiana and surrounding areas. Featuring the paintings of artist, Sarah Ruh. 
24. Star City Coffee & Ale House
210 Main St · 765.420.7099
Star City will host artwork by local artist Terry Crose featuring abstract designs on wooden screen prints. 
25. Stephan Design, Inc.
524 Main St, Ste A · 765.420.7007 StephanDesignStudio.com
Stop by to learn about our interior design process, view photos of our completed projects, and experience musical performances from singer-songwriter, Dawn Hufford.
26. Sunshine Yoga Wellness Spa
519 Main St · 765.479.1111
Artwork by established local artists, Terri Duncan, Sara Vanderkleed, and Lisa Walsh, including paintings, mixed 
media pieces, and jewelry. Snacks and beverages will be served. 
27. Susie Gibbs Framing & Art Gallery
514 Main St · 765.428.2434 
Live music by Mike Byers & Chuck Whittemore. Light 
refreshments will be served. 
28. Sweet Revolution Bake Shop
109 N 5th St · 765.743.7437 SweetRevolutionBakeShop.com
Handcrafted seasonal pies and pastries. Featuring artwork by local artists. 
29. Two Tulips
834 Main St · 765.420.8990
Baby apparel and gifts, fine invitations and stationery, 
personalized gifts, and everything wedding! Two Tulips will be offering 20% off all full-priced items during the Gallery Walk. Local artist Brandon Ahnert will be displaying his artwork.
30. The French Knot
828 Main St · 508.347.2192
Welcome French Knot to the neighborhood by stopping in to learn about their business and see their beautiful knit designs! French Knot is a winter accessories company whose products are designed in-house by owner/designer Lindsay Mason and are then handmade by over 1000 artisans in Nepal and Peru. Knit products take on an art form with their intricate knit patterns, color combinations, embroidery, and beading. Special discount code for 30% off French Knot's online store, frenchknotstudio.com/shop, can be picked up at their location during the Gallery Walk.
31. Tippecanoe Democratic Party
826 Main St. · 765.607.1582 
Featuring artwork by artist Stacy Bogan, stop by for an 
evenng of art and conversation. 

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About Gallery Walk
The Tippecanoe Arts Federation presents Gallery Walks three times throughout the year on the 3rd Fridays in May, July, and September from 6-9pm. During each Gallery Walk, the local arts community collaborates with downtown businesses to highlight arts and culture. Attendees experience beautiful works of art at 29 locations, meet artists, and enjoy refreshments and live music on their stroll (or free horse-drawn carriage ride) through Downtown Lafayette. More information is available at   www.TippecanoeArts.org .
About the Tippecanoe Arts Federation
The Tippecanoe Arts Federation is the umbrella organization and arts council for 14 counties. TAF provides educational opportunities in the visual, performing, and literary arts, outreach programs for both underserved and at-risk youth, and funding for capital and operational expenses to fellow arts organizations region wide. Established in 1976, the Tippecanoe Arts Federation serves as a model for arts advocacy by promoting the role of the arts within our region. More information is available at  www.TippecanoeArts.org.
For More Information, please contact Madison Link by calling 765.423.2787, by emailing taf@tippecanoearts.org, or by visiting www.TippecanoeArts.org.