Last summer Art Walk in Monrovia Saturday 8/30 6:30 – 9:30PM

Nearly 50 artists focused on the fine arts and photography will be showing their work on Myrtle Avenue in Monrovia.  The Art walks are a joint venture with the Monrovia Association of Fine Arts and Monrovia Old Town Merchants Association.    The artists will be on Myrtle Avenue in the heart of Old Town between Colorado and Lemon Avenues.

The Art Gallery’s and Schools in Monrovia will also be holding special events in conjunction with the Art Walk. Each of the schools and galleries have different specialties and exhibits.  Make sure you visit each.

  • Paint n Play Art Studio and Gallery, 415 S Myrtle Ave, Monrovia 91016
  • Segil Fine Art, 110 W Lime Avenue,Monrovia 91016
  • California Wine and Cheese, 115 West Foothill Blvd, Monrovia 91016
  • The Aztec Art Studio and Gallery, 311 West Foothill Blvd, Monrovia 91016
  • Monrovia Coffee Company, 425 S. Myrtle Ave, Monrovia 91016

Even the city is getting into the act and partnering with the Old Town Merchants to add to the fun.  They are doing an open air viewing of the Princess Bride at 8:30 on Colorado Avenue just east of Myrtle.  Pack up the kidlets, bring your chairs, munchies and soft drinks and enjoy that while you are in town.

As always many of the local merchants will have fun stuff going on.  Many of the restaurants have outdoor dining available which should be nice as it looks like it may be a cool evening.

Get yourself onto the 210 Freeway. Exit Myrtle Avenue and head north into Old Town Monrovia.  There is ample parking.

This is the disclosure and stuff.  I am a board member of MAFA.  I also am a participating artist in the event, yes I have a vested interest.  I’ll be one of the artists at Paint n Play showing my most recent work.  Join me there for free food, drink and conversation.  Yes…I talk and do stuff without a PC.

2 thoughts on “Last summer Art Walk in Monrovia Saturday 8/30 6:30 – 9:30PM”

  1. Fraz,
    Sorry I missed it, sounds like a good time. I saw the old gals from Blue Dog Arts in San Juan Capistrano recently at an art fair, I had my purple necklace on. They fondly remembered the Monrovia Art Festival of 4 years ago when they were placed next to your booth. We laughed all day long. Fingers crossed they’ll show up again this year. You never know who will turn up at those things. Save a spot for me. Sarbal

  2. Hey Sara, always have a spot saved for you.
    The Blue Dog Arts ladies were nice and did good work too. Certainly among the better “neighbors” I’ve had a some of these festivals.
    Best to you and the fam.

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