Artwalk brings out the artistic side of entire community

Artists from all over Sarnia-Lambton and even beyond came out this past weekend to display their creativity and, hopefully, bring a little joy and inspiration to those who took the time to wander the streets of downtown Sarnia to breathe in the atmosphere of beauty.

Photos courtesy Taylor Schaefer and Jenelle Lockhart.

Among them were the families of the artists, including those of Natalie Rude, who is pictured with her husband Josh Rude, pastor of student ministries at Lighthouse Community Church. Josh is holding Ezra and Natalie has their daughter Iris in her arms.

What would a summer festival like Artwalk be without ice cream. Certainly Mike Desroches (pictured left) and his friend Tayler Tyminski have no interest in finding out.

Steven Chatwick (black shirt), Carli Fassee, and John Gevaert jam away.

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  • Linda Waterhouse

    What a great picture of Ezra. Salminen kids were always VERY photogenic, and he appears to be a ham besides………
    Imma Linda

  • Neat pictures. So cute and great to see my great grand-children with their happy looking parents.

    Love n hugs PA

  • jd

    Great to see getting an “international” flavour (note the “u” in that last word!). Thanks again! J.D. Booth