Here are the studios and artists participating in the ArtWalk on Oct. 26-27:
Kathy Hird Wright, 745 N. 1550 Road, jewelry, photography and digital. Special feature: Demonstration of the lost wax process of centrifugal casting from 2 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. both days.
Julie Lonsinger, Susan Egan and Laura Kimble; 4220 Wheat State St.; oil painting by Longsinger; jewelry by Egan; painting and drawing by Kimble.
Edward Sewell, 2005 Carmel Drive, painting and drawing.
Judy Heller, 4301 Wimbledon Terrace, painting, fiber and wood.
Hy-Vee Side Door Gallery, 3504 Clinton Parkway, a variety of 2-D media by Douglas County artists.
Karla Nathan, Constance Ehrlich and Shanna Wagner; 1754 E. 1200 Road; painting, painted antique furniture and jewelry by Nathan; painting, hand-beaded objects and drawing by Ehrlich; stained glass by Wagner. Special features: refreshments in the gazebo. Open extended hours: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Linda Kelly and Anna Huelskamp; 3213 Riverview Road; ceramics, painting and mixed media by Kelly; oil paintings by Huelskamp.
Kathleen Anderson, Patty Boyer and Pam Rees; 227 Iowa St.; watercolor paintings by Anderson; ceramics by Boyer; oil paintings by Rees.
Jewell Willhite, 2903 Schwarz Road, acrylic paintings.
Barbara Solberg (Jarvis), 2504 Westdale Road, mixed media and painting.
Carolyn Young, 803 Highland Drive, photography.
Hobart and Shakura Jackson; 1335 Valley Lane; drawing, painting and photography by Hobart Jackson; photography by Shakura Jackson. Special feature: situated in a red barn among the trees. No clich Whimsy and beverages.
Janel Hinrichsen and Marion Dyer, 1008 Ohio, mixed media and sculpture by Hinrichsen, fiber by Dyer.
Jennifer O'Brien, 342 Lincoln St., jewelry and mixed media. Special feature: polymer clay bead making especially for kids.
Celestial Ironworks: Back to the Garden Gallery; 619 N. Second St.; metalworks, glass, ceramics and a variety of 2-D media.
Susan McCarthy, 625 Ohio, drawing/painting and sculpture.
Laurie Culling and Linda Baranski; 800 Ill.; painting, mixed media and handmade paper collages by Culling; mosaics, painting and mixed media by Baranski. Special features: Linda and Laurie's Rare Revelations and Roadside Visions.
Downtown Tuesday Painters: Exhibition, Lawrence Public Library, 707 Vt.; 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday, 2 p.m.-6 p.m. Sunday; visit lobbies, gallery and display cases on main level and lower level.
Downtown Tuesday Painters: Studio Open House; Douglas County Senior Services; 745 Vt.; drawing, jewelry, mixed media, painting and sculpture.
Jude Billings-Johnson; 719 1/2 Mass.; calligraphy, drawing and painting.
Southwest and More; 727 Mass.; oils, watercolors, acrylics, pen and ink, functional and decorative pottery, textiles and more.
Fields Gallery; 712 Mass.; ceramics, graphics/prints, mixed media, painting, photography and sculpture.
Lawrence Arts Center, 940 N.H. On exhibit: "Spiritual Journeys: The Art of Robert Sudlow."
Wally Emerson, Mark Feiden, Edward C. Robison III and Oz Wille; 1007 1/2 Mass.; photography.
Dave Loewenstein and Pamela Loewenstein; 411 E. Ninth St.; murals, mosaics and ceramics by Dave Loewenstein; functional and decorative pottery by Pamela Loewenstein.
Ardys Ramberg; 812 N.Y.; sculpture, mixed media and drawing.
Traci Bunkers, Bobbi Studstill and Karen Woolery; Poehler Building, 619 E. Eighth St., Studio 3D; fiber and mixed media by Bunkers; mixed media by Studstill; mixed media and painting by Woolery. Special feature: stitch-and-spin circle, 1 p.m.-4 p.m. Sunday. "Bring your own spinning, knitting or whatever."
Diana Dunkley, Dan Hermreck, Margaret Rose and Cathy Tisdale; Studio 3D, 1019 Del.; mixed media, painting and performance/installation by Dunkley; mixed media, ceramics and sculpture by Hermreck; mixed media, graphics/prints and painting by Rose; ceramic sculpture by Tisdale.
Suzanne Perry and May Bernofsky, 1321 N.H., mixed media by Perry, paintings by Bernofsky.
Lori Hinrichsen and Nan Renbarger; 1205 Pa.; handmade paper, woodblock printing and painting by Hinrichsen; fiber and mixed media (hand-painted fabric) by Renbarger.
David Van Hee, 1511 E. 1584 Road., mixed media, metalworks and painting. Special feature: electrical lighting will be provided in the studio regardless of barometric pressure.
David Kleiner, 1545 Mass., painting and drawing (architectural design).
Paul Hotvedt, 1540 Barker Ave., landscape paintings.
Bob Gent, 1801 Barker Ave., hand-blown glass. Special feature: hot glass demonstrations, all day both days.
James Nedresky, 1830 Barker Ave., photography. Special feature: tall-grass prairie slide show, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, 1 p.m.-3 p.m. Sunday.
Jonathan Wilke, Sienna Tile Works and Pottery, 2116 Vt., ceramics.
Linda Samson-Talleur, La Ginestra Editions, 2220 R.I., graphics/prints (relief prints), hand-printed books and drawings. Special feature: demonstrations of the photo-engraving printing process, both days.
Yvonne Channel; 2526 Belle Haven Drive; painting, ceramics and drawing. Special feature: outdoor exhibit, weather permitting. Refreshments.
Celia Smith, 907 W. 27th Terrace, painting. Special feature: new paintings based on a spring trip to Spain, Celia's land of origin, and a "make me an offer" wall of older pieces.
Karen Ohnesorge, Dian Hauser and Dale Martin; 332 Okla.; mixed media and digital by Ohnesorge; mixed media, metalworks and painting by Hauser; drawing and graphics/prints by Martin. Special feature: enter drawing to win a small collaborative artwork, Sunday afternoon. Sample wine from a Eudora vineyard and don't forget to enter Dale's drawing for door prizes on Sunday.
Pat Ransone, 13 Winona Ave., watercolor paintings.
Karen Wiley, Mick Braa, Bill Bowerman, Catherine Hale Robins and John Wysocki; 2503 Atchison Ave.; mixed media and collage by Wiley; painting, drawing and graphics/prints by Braa; drawings, graphics/prints and photography by Bowerman; sculpture by Hale Robins; photography by Wysocki.
The Idea Guild; 1157 E. 1200 Road; ceramics, drawing, mixed media, painting, wood and furniture. Special feature: country setting and fun for kids. Ceramic tile painting for visitors.
Julie Kingsbury and Marci Blank, 2704 Fenwick Road, jewelry by Kingsbury, fiber by Blank. Special feature: refreshments.