Shall We SculptureWalk and Talk?

This post could easily be titled, “More About the Adventures of Jim’s Fourth Job,” since ADwërks’ President and Certified Advertologitst™ spends his extra time actively involved with the Washington Pavilion and Downtown SculptureWalk. We’re not complaining though. We get sweet perks like having exclusive art displayed outside the office, fun people always stopping in, and most importantly, we enjoy group outings for both organizations. ADwërks proudly supports SculptureWalk by being a site sponsor, providing website partnership thanks to Web Concentrate, and creating print materials for the exhibition. Jim and the team are all about encouraging the arts and opening minds to new ideas.

Muscle Crew Sculpture Walk

Muscle Crew Sculpture Walk

Meanwhile, the pieces for SculptureWalk 2017 have arrived, which means Jim and the crew were busy getting their hands dirty during the installation process. Mounting outdoor sculptures, safely and securely, is no easy task, but somebody has to do it. All things considered, there are perks to being part of the laborious process. The mounting platform is also a meeting place for the artists who create these wonderful pieces, and who actively assist with installation. Nathan Johansen, artist of ADwërks’ sponsored sculpture “Thorns, Bees and Rhinos” was on location to inaugurate his work.

This year’s exhibition is full of surprising and bold artwork that will stop you in your tracks. Literally. Even people’s pets, when they walk by, just stop and look. So, pick your starting point…and for the love of all things local, stop and grab lunch or a beverage at one of Downtown’s fabulous eateries while you explore.

Lastly, we did say SculptureWalk and Talk…not Text. Please be aware of the dangers of texting and walking…especially during the hours of darkness. The SculptureWalk website has further details on sculptures, artists and locations, but keep your eye out for the up-coming brochures, design courtesy of ADwërks and printing by Sisson Printing.

With that said, if we can give you one piece of advice for your Walk: Don’t walk by without actually seeing the art.

Nathan Johansen, sculptor

Nathan Johansen, sculptor

 

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