Big arts weekend ahead downtown

May 4, 2018

New sculptures are coming and artists will be everywhere in downtown Sioux Falls this weekend.

SculptureWalk installation is scheduled for Saturday morning.

That follows the Art & Wine Walk taking place today beginning at 5 p.m. as part of First Friday, where the public can watch 29 artists at work in different businesses and sample wine along the way.

Forbes magazine profiled Sioux Falls as the cultural center of the region and downtown is at the core,” said Jeff Hanson, SculptureWalk ambassador. “With SculptureWalk as the largest annual exhibit of public sculpture in the country being installed on Saturday and the host of other arts and cultural activities happening downtown, this weekend is a great example of everything downtown has to offer, and we should count ourselves as very fortunate to live, work and play in Sioux Falls.”

Participating locations and artists at the Art & Wine Walk include:

605 Made Spring Market: 100 S. Phillips Ave. (inside The First National Bank atrium)
Bryghton Edberg, macrame

8th & Railroad Center: 401 E. Eighth St., Suite 200A
Dylan Jacobson, comic book artist

Acorn 19/Bead Co.: 319 S. Phillips Ave.
Various artists, metal stamping

Atoley Salon: 317 S. Phillips Ave.
Hannah Wendt, mixed media

Atoley Spa: 317 S. Phillips Ave.
Elizabeth Zokaites, painter

CH Patisserie: 309 S. Phillips Ave.
Teresa Lane, yarn spinning

Chelsea’s Boutique: 220 S. Phillips Ave.
Elisabeth Hunstad, singer/songwriter

Coffea Roasterie: 200 S. Phillips Ave.
Ajla Sundstrom, photographer

Conversation Piece: 301 S. Minnesota Ave.
Patience Pickner, floral creations

Creative Spirits: 224 S. Main Ave.
Various artists, paint and sip

Great Outdoor Store: 201 E. 10th St.
Jenn Kruger, mixed media

Half Baked: 120 S. Phillips Ave. 
Michael B. Martinez III, comic book artist

JLG Architects: 232 S. Main Ave. 
Roger Ellingson, painter

Luca’s Boutique: 401 E. Eighth St., Suite 122
Daya Thorin, painter

Nyberg’s Ace: 200 E. 12th St.
Joe Fischer, woodworking

Plum’s Cooking Co.: 401 E. Eighth St., Suite 107
Brenda Nesseim, baker/cake decorator

Rehfeld’s Art and Framing: 210 S. Phillips Ave.
Stephen Randall, painter

Rug & Relic: 401 E. Eighth St., Suite 114
Steve Bormes, found-object sculptor

Say Anything Jewelry: 225 S. Phillips Ave.
Michael Swenson, woodworking

Scratchpad Tees: 218 S. Phillips Ave.
Jess Miller Johnson, painter

Simply Perfect: 401 E. Eighth St., Suite 108
Jordan Thornton, painter/mixed media

Sioux Falls Design Center: 108 W. 11th St.
Kristine Reiner, painter/mixed media

State Theatre: 316 S. Phillips Ave. 
Kathy Smith, painter

Sticks and Steel: 401 E. Eighth St., Suite 118
Carly Ludwig, painter/mixed media

Stockyards Ag Experience: 309 E. Park Drive
Jessica Johnson, painter

TH Grey & Shop Dog Boutique: 330 S. Phillips Ave.
Brit Gaster, painter

Urban Archaeology: 126 S. Phillips Ave.
Elizabeth Munger, printer/mixed media

WoodGrain Brewing Co.: 101 S. Phillips Ave.
Miki D1z, chalk art

Young and Richard’s: 222 S. Phillips Ave. 
Melisa Goss, photographer


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