You've probably been to the popular Art Walks in downtown Bellingham the first Friday of every month. Bellingham, an already artistic city and downtown, lights up into evening haven full of local artwork proudly displayed and hosted by businesses.
And now, this summer, Fairhaven - equally talented and energetic about art - has joined the Art Walk fun! And Stones Throw is part of the party!
This Friday, June 28th, we're hosting local photographer Brad Andrew's stunning photos from 5-8:30pm. Brad captures the essence of what it is like to live in Bellingham: crisp snowboarding powder shots, stunning sunset shots over the bay, lake reflections of Mount Shuksan, and much more.
Brad is a freelance active lifestyle photographer and writer living in Bellingham. He spends his winters amongst the mountains, forever chasing snow in a constant pursuit of that ephemeral moment when light and action simultaneously collide in pure harmony. When not searching, he is living a life of normalcy as a husband and father of two beautiful girls.
His photography can often be found in publications globally and on Instagram as @bradandrew. Recently, Brad's photography was featured on the cover of the local spring edition of the Mount Baker Experience.
The Fairhaven Fourth Friday Art Walks celebrate the creative spirit of Fairhaven every fourth Friday of the month (except in December). Businesses, shops, restaurants, bars, and merchants in downtown Fairhaven open their doors to share the art work of both emerging and established artists.
Come through Fairhaven between 5pm and 8:30pm to meet the artists and enjoy the entertainment. The remaining 2017 dates are: July 28, August 25, September 29, October 27, and November 24. Monthly guides and maps can be picked up at participating venues.
Participating Venues: Stones Throw Brewery, Mambo Italiano, Current and Furbish, Lovitt, Scandi Butik, Tony's Coffee/Harris Ave Cafe, Whatcom Art Market, Blessings Salon and Spa, Village Books, Paper Dreams, A Lot of Flowers, Artwood, Morgan Block, Good Earth Pottery, Whimsey, Fairy Godmother's, Cooper Lanza Gallery, Mount Bakery Cafe.