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St. Paul’s participates in ‘2nd Friday Art Walk’ Each Month


MARCH 2022
Friday March 11, 2022  from 6:00-8:30 pm
Featured Artist:  Alvin Jermaine Brown
Music: Steven Prevett – Classical Guitar, Quincy Dobbs – Accordion
The church will pray the Stations of the Cross in the Sanctuary at 6:30 PM.  Please feel free to join us for this Lenten tradition.
Our featured artist in March is Alvin Jermaine Brown, a young and accomplished Flint photographer. Currently, Alvin is the owner of his own photography business, Eye Snap Studios LLC. In addition, he is an educator, teaching photography in the Flint and GISD area through his connections with Bangtown Productions, Studio-On-The-Go. Throughout the years, Alvin has mastered Event Photography, Portrait Photography, Wedding Photography and Photojournalism. His approach is one where he focuses on the natural expressions of individuals, while keeping the eye on high quality lighting, color and composition. To see Alvin’s full biography, and examples of his work, check him out on Facebook and Instagram.
Music will play through the evening, featuring Steven Prevett on the classical guitar, and Quincy Dobbs on the accordion.
Alvin Jermaine Brown:


Look for the Art Walk Poster Around Town!

2022 ‘2nd Friday’ Art Walk Season Schedule


March 11, 2022

Alvin Brown  photography

Steven Prevett  classical guitar

Quincy Dobbs  accordion


April 8, 2022

Junko Miller  mixed media

MCC Music Students

with Dr. Townnes Miller


May 13, 2022

Ernest Carter  photography

Gilda Tucker 


June 10, 2022

Carla Harden  mixed media

Terrence Stewart  baritone bass


July 8, 2022

Inez Finney Goodman

eclectic multimedia

Larry McDonald  piano


August 12, 2022

Melissa Boyd  acrylics

Matthew Benkert  organ


September 9, 2022

Tom Myers  oils

St. Cecilia Society of Flint


October 14, 2022

Youth Art: Unlocked

visual & performing arts

for justice impacted youth

Justin Scanlon  guitar


November 11, 2022

Rico Phillips  photography

Terrence Stewart  baritone bass


Here is a look back on our schedule in 2021.

Friday December 10, 2021, from 6:00-9:00 pm
Featured Artist:  Margrit Schlatter
Music:  On the piano – Our own Holly Richardson
The evening will end with Compline at 9:00 pm
“I am a self-taught artist and call my art ART FROM THE HEART.  I grew up on a farm in Switzerland where I spent most of my childhood outdoors. In 1976 I immigrated to the Flint area with my husband intending to stay for 1 or 2 years. 46 years later we are still here having raised 2 sons and enjoy 2 grandchildren. In the late 70‘s a friend invited me to participate in a pottery class at The Flint Institute of Art and so my introduction to the art world began. After working with clay for several years I felt inspired to try something new and bought colored pencils and paper and started drawing. From colored pencil I moved on to other media such as pastels and then to art markers which are my chosen tools as of now. I like to create joyful and colorful paintings that are inspired by the beauty of the natural world but also through meditation. Over the years I have exhibited through various art councils in the area. Some restaurants and have participated in art walk several times.”
Friday November 12, 2021 from 6:00-9:00 pm
Thomas Meyer will display his artwork, and music will
be provided by Flint MasterSingers.
The evening will end with Compline at 9:00 pm.
Thomas Myers {Tom} is a native of Michigan. He spent his early years in Flint, and later moved to Davison where he graduated from high school. After being wounded in the Viet Nam War, he returned to the Flint area. He enrolled at Mott Community College and later received his B.S. in Education from Central Michigan University. Tom worked for General Motors for over 30 years and retired in 2000. Much like Grandma Moses, Tom realized an interest in and developed a talent for Art later in life. After joining most local painting groups he became interested in Oil Painting, in particular. Tom finds the versatility of Oil offers him a wide range of painting techniques, from Impressionism to realism. He has enjoyed trying different styles and techniques over the years. Tom’s art evokes images of homes, farms, and people of his own area. His love of family and home as well as found memories of the area are all present in his Paintings. None of his paintings are an exact representation of what he sees. For that he would take a Photograph. Tom’s paintings are more about mood and a certain warm feeling done with imagination and character. Tom has had Paintings on view at Flint Institute of Arts and Studio 23 in Bay City.