CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- A special holiday ArtWalk featuring more than 20 businesses runs 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday in downtown Charleston.
Among the participants are Delfine's Jewelry, which will have a Department 56 "Christmas in the City" display, and The Purple Moon, which will have music by Tofujitsu as well as vintage Christmas decorations, jewelry, West Virginia glass and more. The Hope Village Fair Trade Boutique, normally at First Presbyterian Church, will be at Good News Mountaineer Garage with gifts from international artisans.
Featured artists include Kelly Bryant at Tony the Tailor, Barrie Kaufman at the Capitol Conference Center, Sharon Harms at The Art Emporium (which will also have works by Ian Bode, JP Owens, Sandra King, Robert Tribbe, Traci Higginbotham, Emily Roles, Clayton Spangler and Sue Chase) and all 14 artists at Gallery Eleven.
For more information and a map of venues, visit www.charlestonartwalk.com. You may also call Susie Salisbury at the Charleston Area Alliance at 304-340-4253.