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A walk on the intriguing side

Published January 11, 2007


The Downtown Arts Association hosts its monthly art walk in downtown St. Petersburg with extended hours, 5:30 to 9 p.m., at all venues, including the Arts Center, which opens a new show featuring contemporary glass artists including superstars Dale Chihuly, William Morris and Lino Tagliapietra. Free admission at all participating galleries:


- Alla Prima Fine Art, 111 Second Ave. NE

- Artists Gallery Royale, 200 Second Ave. N

- The Arts Center, 719 Central Ave.

- ArtSpace, 10 Fifth St. N

- Augustine-Ludovico Gallery, 2851 First Ave. N

- Central Gallery, 540 Central Ave.

- Craftsman House Gallery, 2955 Central Ave.

- Croatian Naive Art Gallery, 300 Beach Drive NE

- Crystal Mirage Gallery, at the Pier

- T. W. Curtis Foundation Gallery, 111 Second Ave. NE

- Davidson Fine Art, 725 Central Ave.

- EastWest Gallery, 529 Central Ave.

- Finn Gallery, 1001 Fourth St. N

- 1st Grande Gallery, 3001 First Ave. S

- Florida Craftsmen Gallery, 501 Central Ave.

- Glass Canvas Gallery, 146 Second St. N

- Interior Motives, 1110 Central Ave.

- Lynn J. Merhige Gallery, 216 Fourth St. N

- Nestor Haverly Gallery, 25 Second St. N

- Red Cloud Indian Arts, 208 Beach Drive NE

- Shapiro's at BayWalk, 185 Second Ave. N

- Studio Chi Rho, 2927 Central Avenue

- Studio Encanto, 209 First St. NE

- Trinity Gallery, 214 Beach Drive NE

- Vladimir's Collection, 201 First St. NE




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