Anyone else attend? Let us know! (More from Marilyn below the jump...)
Morlen Sinoway and his wife Susan did a fantastic job organizing everything, and we are really grateful to them for supporting emerging artists in this city.
I could only take these pics nearby our truck because we had to watch over our own, so I didn't get all the shots/people I should have. There was really stunning work here, especially Nevin Peters who was next to us and Jason Wade who was around the corner on Aberdeen. The art galleries were open late too--Kasia Kay Art Projects had fantastic photos and painting on display (if you get a chance to stop in, check out the paintings by Brian Yates--amazing attention to detail; and her photography by Sheila and Nick Pye).
Led by these seasoned veterans on the Fulton Market Front:
Morlen Sinoway Atelier, Linda Warren Gallery, Function + Art, Brickermade, Casati Gallery, Kasia Kay Art Projects, FLATFILE Galleries, Mars Gallery, and Rowland Contemporary.
Some of the featured guerrillas included: Sean Scott of s2design, Jason Wade of 45 Degrees with Erik Gustafson and David Wagner, Gerry Christensen, Nevin Peters Woodworking, Michael Thompson with Lucy Slivinski, Robin Richman, Marilyn and Peter Frank of F2 designs, Jereme Smith of Design Insight, Inc., Angela Finney with Steve Teichelman and Bridgette Buckley, Emily Pilloton, Steve Haulenbeek with Jason Chernak and Bryan Metzdorf.