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Art in the Park …

Area artists flocked to the 47th annual Art in the Park event on Sunday, Aug. 21, to display their work and create more art while listening to live music. There were arts & crafts, food and drink aplenty. The golf cart shuttle from Main Street plaza to Susana Park, where …

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Art in Motion …

The work of Albert August Schultz II displayed at ARTU4iA, 725 Ward St., Suite C, in downtown Martinez last Saturday. Schultz’s eclectic work was showcased as part of the monthly Martinez Art Beat event, and featured many unusual items like the motorbike pictured above. Several of the items used in …

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Main Street Arts to celebrate gallery opening Saturday

MARTINEZ, Calif. – Main Street Arts is having it’s Grand Opening on Saturday, July 9, from 5-9 p.m., at 613 Main St., downtown Martinez. The gallery is a Member Gallery with 10 local artists participating: Bonnie Fry, Pam McCauley, Jerry Hild, Gwenn Spratt, Nancy Robinson, Warren Rose, Stanley Satchell, Mimi …

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Downtown Martinez Art Beat places local culture on display

By JAEGER MOORE Special to the Tribune Typically walking down the streets of downtown Martinez, you never know what kinds of interesting things you may find. Goers of last weekend’s Annual “Bay Area Craft Beer Festival” were pleasantly surprised to walk the streets and find Downtown Martinez’s Art Beat, a …

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Artists of the Week: The Sharmans

By HANNAH HATCH Martinez Tribune I met artists Tim and Susan Sharman recently, at their beautiful art-filled home built in 1916. The two compiled a huge collection of their work, other works they admired and a library of books. I came to the realization that these inspirational artists were my …

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Jeff Campbell, Andrew St. James play Armando’s

By HANNAH HATCH Martinez Tribune On March 10, I was able to watch musicians Andrew St. James and Jeff Campbell at the Minor Chords Production’s show located at Armando’s in downtown Martinez. I sat down with 20-year-old San Francisco native Andrew St. James, right before his soundcheck. He talked to …

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Martinez Artist of the Week: B Jaxon

By HANNAH HATCH Martinez Tribune What makes your art unique? I work with multi-media. Primarily, projects I have been working on for the last few years are pencil graphic and charcoal portraits. My organization Muzick Communication Arts Media Organization, (http://www.themcamo.org) is to create a positive change through the arts. “A …

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