Missed First Friday in Boone? No worries, Dabney Smith hit the scene to capture the art crawl at Nth Degree Gallery, Lucky Penny, Looking Glass Gallery and 3rd Place Gallery.
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Art Crawl attendee looks closely at Lainey Everly’s cast bronze sculptures at the Nth Gallery in Boone.
“King, Queen, Bishop, Rook, Knight, Pawn” Cast bronze chess pieces by Lainey Everly at the Nth Gallery.
“King, Queen, Bishop, Rook, Knight, Pawn.” Cast bronze chess pieces by Lainey Everly at the Nth Gallery.
“Gaze” by Kyra Platt, Nth Degree Gallery.
“Let there be light and pleasure bricks” a page from JS Wright and Tyreese McDurmont’s “Pleasure Brick, Vol. 2.”
“Obligation” by Rebekah Richardson at the Nth Gallery in Boone.
“OH WELL” acrylic painting by Julien Passajou.
“Reference to Eternity” oil on canvas by Cheyenne Alise Black.
“Shopton Road.” Steel, Concrete artist book by Aaron DeShields
The Flower Guy Matt Duval celebrating his 28 birthday with sister at Lucky Penny in Boone.
Lucky Penny is one of the coolest clothing boutiques in Boone. They host artists for First Friday each month, and in November they showcased the work of potter Jessie Taylor.
Ceramic artist Jessie Taylor talks with friend Matthew Duval at Lucky Penny in Boone.
Jessie Taylor’s beautiful, organic ceramic work on display at Lucky Penny for First Friday Art Crawl in Boone.
“Zapps.” Oil by J.S. Wright in the Nth Gallery.
Detail of “Voi Siete Qui.” Acrylic painting, mixed media, photography by Scott Hinkson.
Alex Amaya’s “101st Mark.” Paper, clear resin.
Artwork at 3rd Place Gallery in the “Collective Concious: Art and Music” exhibition. Work by Logan Hamilton, Thomas Richmond, Adriana Barnes and Tristan Pelletier.
Belle Hissam’s book “Home.” Ink, part of the Art of the Book exhibition at the Looking Glass Gallery on App State’s campus.
Boone local Kimmy Tiedemann radiates in positive energy as she happily models her beautiful, handmade cloak with hood at Lucky Penny.
Cool signage outside Anna Bannanas on King Street.
Detail “Protect Me From My Own Kind” by Lindsey S. Willis.
Detail of “Fucking Flowers” by Melanie Marshall, mixed media, Nth Gallery in Boone.
Detail of “Voi Siete Qui.” Acrylic painting, mixed media and photography by Scott Hinkson.
Detail of “Voi Siete Qui” by Scott Hinkson in the Nth Gallery.
Dylan Guy Pinkerton and John Hargett entertained crowds with their music at Anna Bannanas, a favorite stop for Art Crawl.
Halloween Show at the Nth Gallery. Open hanging, each artist could submit up to three pieces.
Ireri Krueger with book “Everything From the Heart.” She’s a sculptor and App State student who studied art in Mexico 20 years ago at Eslameralda School. (Frida Khalo was previously an instructor there!)
Ireri Krueger with her husband and son. Krueger stopped doing art for 20 years after meeting her husband, but then a few years ago, found out about the App State art program and began creating art again as a student!
Ireri Kruger wearing her metal jewelry sculpture, which ties in with her artists book “Everything from the Heart,” part of the “Art of the Book” show at Looking Glass Gallery.
Live Music at 3rd Place Gallery in downtown Boone.
Nick Stover working on a book for the “Art of the Book” exhibition. The show was interactive, inviting guests to get involved and make their own books!
Print by Logan Hamilton at 3rd Place Gallery, downtown Boone, part of the “Collective Concious” exhibition.
Students, alumni, faculty and locals enjoyed the hands on nature of the “Art of the Book” exhibition at the Looking Glass Gallery in Boone.
The scene inside Anna Bannanas in Boone at First Friday Art Crawl.
View outside the Looking Glass Gallery, looking in at the “Art of the Book” reception, a juried show of student and alumni work.
Scene at Nth Gallery on First Friday with the current exhibition “Halloween.”
November Art Crawl happened to fall on the same weekend as an Appalachian State home football game, joining art and football fans alike.
The underground graffiti tunnel, or free expression tunnel, connects the App State campus.
First Friday Art Crawl drew big crowds. A stroll down King St is always fun and interesting. Here, a local band plays for friends and those passing by.