Tim Faulkner gallery alive with visual art and live entertainment during trolley hop.
Tim Faulkner Gallery was still swinging with entertainment long after the other galleries had closed their doors to the trolley hop this past Friday.
I stopped in to see Howard Wilson's animatronics exhibit and was pleasantly surprised to find Matt Anthony providing the upbeat sounds for the night.
Babs Fatale entertained with a smokin' hot outfit and purple fans.
Although they weren't what I would expect when I hear "animatronics", Wilson's pieces were wonderfully playful and brightly colored. I was especially amused by the rendition of poet Ron Whitehead on a stage.
My son took a special interest in the other featured visual artist of the night, architect Nathan Smith. His work was in mixed media, dealing with recycled and salvaged materials.