There’s Also The Art Walk – July

I met Michael Magowski in person for the first time as we observed the infrared light and it’s affect on his latest scenic dessert photos. While the gallery scene is typically known for being an exclusive niche in larger metropolitan areas, the owner of Violet Hour provides an antithesis to this notion. His pieces hung on a wall selling for a hundred dollars each, which is lower than the listings of other photographers work in town. “It’s about having this art put up, so that everyone can see it. I feel like the city likes what we’re doing, because we provide another aspect to the downtown. There’s bars and restaurants, but there’s also art and theater. Of course we’d also like to sell art and have those pieces appreciate in value”.

The art walk as a whole has boomed in the past year, and Fullerton is gaining recognition for the creativity of those who’ve helped to contribute. It’s given an excuse for couples, friends, and families to venture downtown for some casual entertainment, and to be engaged in the art scene. Find more photos from July’s Art Walk online:

powered by metaPost installation at the Magoski Complex.

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