The first King Street Art Market rolled out Friday night in downtown Kitchener. Great music, art, and food in the street. Really great vibe chatting with everyone. I think we were all happy to be out in the evening with the temperature finally above 20C. High-five to the sponsors!
Click through for an unreasonable number of photos.
Street reclaimed on foot and…
Sarah, Paul, and Gavin. Martha’s being shy.
Oh hey, it was prom night, too.
Around the corner, on Ontario St…
In the alley…
was rockin a bear
nik, I hope this was a time-lapse in progress.
Also on Ontario St…
Mr. James Nye in his new digs…
just up the stairs.
Yes… unplug and talk to people.
And Pam’s store, Flourish Florals.
Diggin’ that table.
Pam’s on the job.
Meanwhile, back on King…
broke out the gear…
and delivered some great sets.
Some art to make you think.
Some plush friends for sale.
Taking in the music.
Kitchener, these bistro sets were a great idea.
Jon “bearface” Johnson, designer extraordinaire, selling his wares. Jon designed the event poster, and does all the cool posters for Starlight, Jane Bond, Princess Cafe, etc.
Andrew selling paintings.
Caught H shootin’ photos too.
This stained glass showed really well at the night market.
Caught up with Rod Regier, Director of Economic Development for Kitchener. Thanked him for the support of his office for my Looking Up and In show currently projected on City Hall’s Sky Gallery.
No sleep up top at Vidyard, but likely a lot of fun going on.
Even the breaks between sets featured skilled solos. Riffin’ on ragtime here.
Please leave a comment and tell me the name of this band.
Looking forward to the next King Street Art Market.