Art Stroll

Kennett Square’s Art Stroll is a monthly celebration of the local art scene as it is showcased in the galleries, shops and restaurants throughout town.  Residents and visitors alike are encouraged to stroll the tree-lined streets and browse the many businesses that stay open late.  The Art Stroll runs from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on the first Friday of each month.

AFTER 5 p.m. on Friday, enjoy free parking anywhere in the PARKING GARAGE and at any street meter.

For more information about the art scene in Kennett Square check out the KennettArts facebook page.



Please join Mala Galleria on Friday, April 6th in historic Kennett Square for the First Friday Art Stroll. The exhibit this month is entitled “Petals & Leaves” and features works by Frank DePietro, Monique Sarkessian, Doris Davis-Glackin, Sarah Yeoman, Madeleine Kelly, Jack Giangiulio, Katy Winters and Susan B. Myers. There will also be pottery by Susan Kent and Royce Yoder.



Enjoy the dramatic photographs of Rusty Nelson at KSI Crafts this First Friday. Steve McKenney at KSI Crafts (located just below the historic Kennett Square Inn) will also host Hudson Austin in from the Wine Merchant for wine tasting along with local musician Fred McCarthy playing for the initial reception for photographer Rusty Nelson. 

Rusty, awarded Photographer of the Year in Los Angles and Storm Chasing Photography Guide just moved to Kennett Square from Los Angeles and will be displaying an eclectic sampling of his photography.  Rusty has a saying that “My Camera is My Best Excuse for Adventure” and these images surely reflect it. Rusty will be giving away the 24×36 inch “Shipwrecked” metal print the night of April 6th.  Be sure to stop by. 

And on Saturday at WorKS Kennett Square fashion designer David Ferron: