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Downtown Helena's Fall Art Walk

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Fall is such a nice time of year here in Montana and what better to do than to add art to the mix. Downtown Helena's annual fall art walk is tomorrow night, this event brings over 100 artists together with downtown businesses for the public to enjoy, Joe Moeller brings us more on this festive event from Downtown Helena.

It is a big day for artists in Helena tomorrow as the 30th Annual Downtown Helena Fall Art Walk is here.

"Over 100 artist will be featured in over 55 businesses all throughout downtown from the Great Northern going all the way through Hair Hair.

So this is how the Fall Art Walk works, all you do is come Downtown and stroll from store, to store, to store to view artists like these.

I work on wooden panels, with ink and colored pencil. I start with an ink drawling and then I color with colored pencil and maybe do some acrylic accents." says artist Kelly Dalton.

Photographer Jason Savage, "I am primarily a outdoor and wildlife photographer, my work has been featured in a lot of nationally known magazines, national geographic traveler, time magazine, outdoor photographer."

"Dioramas they are basically just corks in my own experience. A shark tank basically city life sometimes it is easy to get lost in the hustle" says artist Tami Johnson.

It is all about art tomorrow, the festive event brings the community together to celebrate art. Photography, paintings, ceramics, live performances its all going to be showcased here at the event. The diverse range of artwork is created by predominately Montana artists.

Each participating store downtown will have a candle lit luminary outside their business to let the public know to stop by and checkout the art, trolley rides will be bringing viewers back and forth from the Great North to the Walking Mall. This is one of the biggest events during Fall in Helena and downtown is inviting anyone and everyone to come by and celebrate art.

 

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