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Apr 29, 2014 09:23AM ● By 14263

May 2014

Last year, the Grapevine Art Dealers Association (GADA) hosted its inaugural Spring Gallery Night along historic Main Street, giving collectors and enthusiasts alike the opportunity to observe high-quality art while enjoying signature food and drink at each participating gallery. This May 3, the successful (and free!) event is back for a second time.

From 5 to 10 p.m., meander through six Grapevine galleries, each filled with different yet equally striking media like paintings, bronze sculptures, fine jewelry and hand-blown glass. GADA galleries partaking in the evening include A Touch of Paris, Great American West Gallery, Giddens Fine Art Gallery, The Tower Gallery, Holder Dane Gallery and Art Studios and Vetro Glassblowing Studio & Gallery.

From 5 to 8 p.m., Grapevine resident Sonya Terpening will conduct a painting demonstration at the Great American West Gallery, which houses the work of some of the finest Western artists in the world. A Touch of Paris, owned by French artist Dominique Galleron, displays original art including her own oil paintings. Holder Dane, located near the historic train depot, will have wood and clay sculptures, contemporary jewelry and fine pottery on display. Vetro, owned by master glass artist David Gappa, is home to a variety of glass artists’ work, including glass jewelry.

“Vetro is so very excited about Spring Gallery Night,” Gappa says. “We take this evening to celebrate the powerful force of pure art and share our collections with everyone.”

All gallery owners and artists will be on site for customer convenience and to answer any questions. For more information, visit Facebook.com/GrapevineArtDealers.