Holiday Ardmore Art Walk, 11 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Dec. 5, Historic Ardmore District, Winston-Salem.

Pictured art: Enamel earrings by Annie Grimes Williams; print by Emily Clare; (TOP PHOTO) ornaments by Kat Lamp; nude by Lindsay Piper Potter-Figueiredo; print by Woodie Anderson

The Holiday Ardmore Art Walk will be 11 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Dec. 5 in the Historic Ardmore District, Winston-Salem.

It’s a chance to knock out your holiday gift shopping and participate in Winston-Salem’s vibrant local arts economy.

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Lindsay Piper Potter-Figueiredo

About 40 artists and craftspeople will have work for sale throughout the district - Elizabeth and Rosewood avenues, Irving and Academy streets up to Hawthorne Road.There will be musicians on the route, including the Ardmore Brass Quintet playing Christmas carols; Possum Jenkins, rock; Uncle Sparky, rock; Cashavelly Morrison, Americana; and the Jamestown Pipes & Drums, traditional bagpipe music. 

Food trucks will include Taco Bro’s, Pacific Rim, Camino Bakery, and Chad’s Chai.

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Emily Clare

All participants will be expected to observe social distancing, wear masks, and use hand sanitizer as often as possible.

The artists/craftspeople include Emily Clare, prints and mixed media; Annie Grimes Williams, contemporary enamel jewelry; Kat Lamp, quirky fun stuff; Jessica Singerman, abstract landscape paintings; Toni Becker, whimsy, colorful art; Laura C. Frazier, homegrown wool artist; Carol Eickmeyer, fabric, vintage, mixed media; William C. Crawford, southern funk photography; Nannette Gatti Davis, modern jewelry designs; Ashley Johnson, wearables and accessories, and Kathy Grace, contemporary ceramics.

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Annie Grimes Williams

The others are: Lindsay Piper Potter-Figueiredo - upcycled jewelry, fiber art; Gaby Cardall - leather & macrame jewelry; Paul Nielson - exotic wood jewelry; Mark Williams - handmade drink caddies; Tim Bowman - darkroom photographs; Wendy Leigh Barnett - mixed metals jewelry; Carrie Dewsnup and Sarah Maxwell - handcrafted wood toys; Scott Clark - polished driftwood sculptures; Caroline Dalholt - playful prints & T-shirts; Shawna Arnold - landscape/nature paintings; Clarice Roth - handpainted cards, ceramics; Teresa Jackson - handmade bags & totes; Matt Floge - boats, homes, & joinery; Jackie Bangma - cards, prints, & ornaments; Corrie Beck - upcycled clothing, handmade jewelry; Pam Fish - upcycled macrame; Avery Wells - playful contemporary pottery; Amanda Wils - mixed media paintings; Amy Badgett Beck - film photography & printmaking; Elizabeth Gledhill - vintage mixed media; Shivani Ghoshal - woodcut & linocut prints; Kemper Brooks - Viking age creations; Justin Sergent - pottery/ceramics; Kelly Timberlake - photography on notecards, calendars; Niels Grier - wooden cutting boards, bottle openers.

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