The September First Friday Art Walk tonight will feature work for every taste, from admirers of realism to abstract art aficionados.
Galleries and other venues will stay open from 5 p.m. until at least 8 p.m. for the art walk, a monthly event in Ashland.
- In its new home next to Standing Stone Brewing Co., the Hanson Howard Gallery at 89 Oak St. will feature the always-powerful sculptures of Nelson Davis, along with oil paintings of everyday objects that take on mysterious qualities under the eye of artist Bobbie Jansen.
- Suzanne Etienne's vibrant paintings will brighten the walls of Adelante! Gallery & Tea House, 88 N. Main St.
- View Sheri Dinardi's paintings of gardens and summer harvests at Art & Soul Gallery, 247 E. Main St.
- The Ashland Art Center, 357 E. Main St., will have fall art bags made by Diane Ericson, and people can sign up for classes on how to make their own.
- Storyteller and colorist Sandy Cathcart will entertain the crowds at Concetti Fine Arts, 40 N. Main St.
- Houston's Custom Framing & Fine Art, 270 E. Main St., is featuring Russell Chatham lithographs.
- Creekside Pizza, 92 N. Main St., has Kyle Gargus' bright acrylic paintings.
- Enoteca by Eden Vale Wine Bar & Bistro, 17 N. Main St., will pour wine and showcase Anthony Lewis' oil paintings inspired by African animism sculptures.
- Liquid Assets Wine Bar, 96 N. Main St., is exhibiting wildlife photography by Dan Elster and abstract landscape paintings by Keith Johnson.
- Pelton House, 228 B St., also has Ester's wildlife photographs, along with works by Cathy DeForest and Sarah Patterson.
- The Thomas Lee Gallery, 20 S. First St., is introducing Chester Armstrong's wood sculptures.
- Fabric art by Monique Barker and Stephanie Nead is on display at Ashland Art Works, 291 Oak St.
- After a 10-year hiatus from drawings in which he focused on computer-generated art, Bruce Bayard will show his new luminous art crayon images of clouds and the sky at Studio A.B., 621 A St.
- Bohemia Framing & Fine Art, 552 A St., has paintings by Clifford Wilton that include figurative abstracts.
- Davis and Cline Gallery, 525 A St., Suite 1, is featuring mixed media collage and glass sculptures by Hye Wook Huh, Echiko Ohira and Steve Klein.
- Gallerie Karon, 500 A St. No. 1, is celebrating Britain through art.
- Inger Nova Norgensen's figurative oil paintings and Cheryl Williams' paintings and sculptures are on display at Illahe Studios & Gallery, 215 Fourth St.
- The Hilltop Gallery, 859-B Mountain Meadows Drive, has work by Portland area artists.
- Ashland Community Hospital, 280 Maple St., has work by 10 Ashland Art Center artists.
- Cathrine Stendall's bold acrylic paintings are up at Boulevard Coffee, 555 Siskiyou Blvd.
- The Family Massage Education Center, 1081 E. Main St., is displaying dozens of works by 13 well-known American painters — including Samuel and Lawrence Rothbort and Isadore Donskoy — that are from the private collection of Ashlander Ilana Rothbort.
For more information about Ashland Gallery Association member exhibits in September, visit www.ashlandgalleries.com.