Bri Cervantez

Brianna Cervantez: In the world of art, where creative energy flows like a river, Brianna Cervantez stands as a guide, a facilitator of artistic journeys. With over a decade of teaching experience, she’s become a nurturing presence in the lives of her students, helping them find their unique paths in the expansive realm of creativity.

Jordan Htoo

Jordan Htoo stands as a promising young artist in the colorful world of art, where creativity knows no boundaries. As he continues to explore the diverse palette of colors, mediums, and subjects that art offers, we eagerly anticipate the next chapters in his artistic journey. Jordan’s story serves as a heartwarming reminder that art is not just a pastime but a boundless source of joy and wonder—a world where each stroke of the brush or manipulation of clay holds the promise of new creative adventures.

Garrett Charkalis

Greetings!  I haven’t touched a brush in 20 years.  A bit underwhelming, I’m sure.

Under all the grill grease and beer foam still thumps the heart of a painter.  I’ll be cooking during the Artwalk, and I’ve got plenty of paintings to display, so I figured why not?

Please be aware… if you pull my string I might not shut up about all that artsy nonsense.

If you can make the walk I’ll have some masterpieces to witness down at Greek’s 205.  Oh, and officially I have a BFA in painting from the University of Louisiana.

Nanette “Kolu” Berger

Nanette Kolu Berger is a retired registered nurse. She enjoys having more time now to play with grandchildren and dabble with art. Her favorite subjects are her grandchildren and chimpanzees. She paints mostly in pastel , watercolor and acrylic. This will be her 3rd time participating in the downtown art walk and is thrilled that there is an avenue to show her work and meet other art lovers.

Candy Hahn

Candy Hahn is a mosaic artist, based in Port Lavaca, Texas, who began creating mixed-media mosaic artwork in 2009.  Candy explains her work, “Mosaics and mixed-media mosaics are my niche.  I love taking things we see as broken, such as shards of glass and tile along with found or discarded items, and bringing them to life in beautiful new forms. We do the same thing in our lives, and mosaics are the perfect medium for us to visualize the beauty that can come from imperfection.”  Candy specializes in using photographs as models to translate images into custom mosaic projects.


Candy’s artwork was recently highlighted in a Mosaic Art blog titled, “Composition and Correcting the Model,” by Joe Moormon, artist.


A blog containing photographs of Candy’s work can be found at, on FaceBook @ Smidgen & Shard, LLC, and her creations are available in her Etsy shop, SmidgenAndShard.


Candy’s pieces are currently on display at the Bee Cave Arts Foundation gallery, The Hive, Austin, Texas, as well as the CMA2 “All Mixed Up!” virtual exhibit.  She was also a featured artist during the Art at the Bend exhibit, November of 2022.

Kimberly Rickman

My name is Kimberly Rickman.  I’m better known as Ziggy the clown. I’ve been painting faces 7 years and started other types of art about 4 years ago. I like the freedom felt while creating.

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