Last night was the third Thursday of the month, and that means it’s time for the monthly PopCult ArtWalk Photo Essay.
It was a good time, with cool exhibits opening all over town, and Amy Williams Q & A (A Visual and Performance Art Exhibit) taking place at The Purple Moon. After ArtWalk, Melanie and I had a great dinner at The Bluegrass Kitchen, then zipped around the corner where we shot episode 111 of Radio Free Charleston, which you can see early next week.
With such a busy day, you might think that this edition of The PopCulteer might not feature much besides ArtWalk photos.
You’d be right. Check out the people and art from last night, after the jump.
Cool work by Jamie Miller at Taylor Books
Rob Cleland at Taylor Books
Staci Leech at Taylor Books
The Chemical Valley Rollergirls were treating ArtWalkers to samples of tasty food from Practically Delish
At Romano & Associates, we find striking mixed media by Cristofer Botkin
Another look at Cristofer Botkin's provocative fish/bird pieces.
Also at Romano & Associates, nature oils by Rebecca Robinson
More by Cristofer Botkin
Gary Stewart's "Creation" at Visions Day Spa
Work by Jennifer Dingess at Visions Day Spa
Also at Visions Day Spa, a wall of Chad Miller with a big Chet Lowther piece in the middle
A lovely lady beckoned us into Tops Off Barber Shop
The eye-popping interior will make you think you died and went to retro heaven
Here's the window that welcomes you to the former location of The Vault
Bettie by Olivia, you can't miss with that greeting customers
The armada of black-and-white barber chairs
With stuff like this on tap, nobody will be tempted to drink the blue water!
Jeff Pierson at Art Emporium. Prints of his Mr. Cartoon piece are on sale here.
Helen Williams at Art Emporium
Impressive texture on these pieces by Aimee Shull at Art Emporium
One of many amazing aluminum prints by Mike Winland on display at Art Emporium
Work by my stunt double, Chase Henderson, at Art Emporium
More by Chase Henderson
Rollergirls vs. Artists on Hale Street
Mark Wolfe, he's a rebel, a loner.
Tofujitsu at The Purple Moon
A steady line of folks were asking questions of Amy Williams at The Purple Moon
Rebecca Burch and Amy Williams
50% Lucy Van Pelt, 50% Oracle of Delphi
Steven Allen Adams asks Amy a question. Your PopCulteer tries mightily to resist the urge to make a Phil Kabler joke in the caption
Some of Amy's art that complemented the event
Another cool Q & A piece by Amy
This is not a photo of Amy cheating by resorting to Wikipedia to get an answer
That’s about it for this week’s PopCulteer. I’m in a bit of a sleep-deprived haze, but before we go…
Check out the No Pants Players benefit show for ARC, Saturday night at the La Belle Theater in South Charleston at 8 PM…
Tofujitsu (as seen above) will be at Taylor Books Friday night, 7:30 to 9:30 PM, with no cover…
Look for RFC 111, recorded September 16 at the Empty Glass, with music from Andy Park, Stephen Beckner and Stone Soup Monday or Tuesday, and the usual PopCult features will drop on Sunday and Monday. I gotta get some sleep.