Larger Texas cities host art walks, coordinated art openings, and art festivals that bring its citizens out to enjoy and learn about their local art scenes. But perhaps, these activities make more of an impression on smaller towns as the communities venture out to discover their local talent.
Keller, in the DFW metroplex, will debut its Keller Art Walk on October 15, from 3-8pm, reports the Star-Telegram. Not only will it present local artists, the event will include local vendors, musicians and other entertainers, including chainsaw carving by artist Kirby Ramos as he works on one of his creations live during the event.
Visitors of Old Town Keller West will also be able to check out see the first five of 11 sculptures that will be installed over the next two years, including works by Stephen Potter, Julia Ousley, and Pascale Pryor.
If you’re in the neighborhood, drop in—it’s free!