Second Saturday Art Walk -July 11th in Astoria

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Date(s) - July 11, 2020
8:00 pm - 4:00 am



Tempo Gallery – 9

1271 Commercial Street

Tempo Gallery is open for July Art Walk 12-8 pm. We are a unique little 6 artist member gallery. We are showing a variety of original artwork and art cards. We ask gallery visitors to wear face coverings and respect social distancing. You can also find TEMPO Gallery, Astoria, on FACEBOOK to see more of the art by our member artists. OPEN Saturdays 12-4 pm.

Astoria Institute of Music & Center for the Arts – 6

1159 Marine Drive

Presenting the very thought provoking paintings by Paul Polson, the captivating Astoria townscape paintings by John Willis, and surreal/symbolic art by resident artist Lisa Ackerman.

Astoria Underground Tours – 5

1125 Marine Drive

Astoria Underground Tours has been adapting their tours to meet todays social distancing rules. We are available for personal group tours and have introduced a self-guided tour for individuals or just a few folks. Self guided tours will be operating from 4:00 till people stop showing up. The tour can take 30-45 minutes and the cost is $15.00. More information on Facebook and our website, or contact Jeff at 415-713-4141.

AVA Center for the Arts – 11

1000 Duane Street

AVA presents artwork created by the 25 artists featured in the Astoria Open Studios Tour in a group exhibit which runs through August 1. Due to COVID-19, AOST will not take place in the normal capacity and will instead be presented virtually on July 25. Visit for more information.

Imogen – 4

240 – 11th Street

Diane Kingzett of Portland brings a new series of mixed medium paintings for her fourth solo exhibition at Imogen. Describing herself as a painter of emotion, Kingzett leaves preconceived ideas of content and composition to consider her own internal dialogue, allowing psyche to become muse. Through abstraction her work conveys in sublime and provocative ways elements echoing her own response and impression to traveling through grief during a time of pandemic while holding onto humor as an anchor to survival.

Oregon Gypsy Gallery – 10

1426 Commercial Street

We recently opened this gallery as a way to connect more personally with the community. We are a husband and wife team working with a variety of mediums including metal, ceramics, leather and wood.

Oscar d’Masi Studio and Gallery – 7

1145 Commercial Street

We are offering a covid compliant and comfortable place for the Artwalk! Enjoy our outdoor art display! We can’t wait to share what is new at the de’ Masi Art Gallery with you!

Paul Polson Studio Gallery -1

100 – 10th Street

Paul Polson Studio Gallery will be presenting his new and older Strata Series. We are also happy to announce the showing of Astoria paintings by John Willis.

RiverSea Gallery – 8

1160 Commercial Street

Portland artist Karen Wippich opens a very topical show, Strange Days: A Pandemic Journey. Her mixed media paintings offer engaging narratives that bring emotional energy and wit to address the challenging times we’re living through. In our Alcove we present Portland Scenes, folk art paintings by Washington artist Mark O’Malley. These simple scenes pay homage to a mix of clubs, dives, eateries and hangouts that denizens of the Rose City are sure to be familiar with. Open 12-8 pm. Masks required.


The Secret Gallery – 2

160 – 16th Street

The Secret Gallery will be hosting an opening reception for “Adventures in Toyland” from noon until 8pm. Featuring new works by Gideon Pirx, Jen Brown, Thomas Webb, Ben Rosenberg, Jill McVarish, Matthew Dennison, Laura Barstow, Lurena Williamson, and Marjorie Scholl.

Vaulted Gallery – 12

1389 Duane Street

This month Vaulted Gallery will host the work of artist Maquette Reeverts. Maquette’s paintings are a play on photographic “accidents” interpreted in acrylic and oils. The abstract visuals emulate the bokeh effects in photography, which are the out-of-focus shapes resulting from light beams traveling through the lens. In her paintings, the soft focus and unintended cropping of subjects become the feature rather than the mistake.

West Coast Artisans Gallery – 3

160 – 10th Street

Join us for a casual stroll through the gallery, with mask on, please. Contemplate pandemic inspired art by Kitty Paino, smile at the puzzle art created by Crystal Neher and check out Cat Loyd’s latest fantasy.