|Duvall Art & Wine Walk Sept. 14|
|Written by Valley View Staff|
|Monday, 09 September 2013 12:19|
The 2013 Duvall Art & Wine Walk will be held on Saturday, September 14th, from 5-8 p.m.
During the Art & Wine Walk, businesses in Historic Duvall make room for artists to display their work for one day. The public is free to go into the businesses to see the art and chat with the artists.
Most art may be purchased, but it can be viewed at no charge. This juried event aims to showcase professional artists of the Snoqualmie Valley along with regional artists of note. Many venues will have music and other exhibits.
Centennial sculpture by Dan Cautrell to be unveiled
The third and final Duvall Centennial sculpture by local artist Dan Cautrell will be unveiled at 5 p.m. at the entrance to Depot & McCormick Parks at 26200 NE Stevens Street, Duvall. The sculpture, made of concrete and steel, is titled "Beginnings" and represents the early pioneering era of Duvall.
Wine tasting – new this year
This year Cascade Community Theatre will host wine tasting from several wineries. Tickets can be purchased for $20 for 10 tastes during the event at WestStar Pacific Mortgage and the Duvall Visitor & Centennial Center. Proceeds to go toward repairing the DCC stage.
Participating businesses will have a banner hanging in front of their door. Maps will be available at all venues and on the DCC website prior to the event.
The Art of Music
Music expressing a variety of styles will be performed at eight venues during the Art Walk.
Please note: details may change. More information is available at www.duvallculture.org.