Rawtown talent on display

The 6th Annual Rawlins ArtBeat showcases local artists, some new and some experienced, with the help of local businesses


October 20, 2022

Joshua Wood

Valencia Sherman recently got into beading. Her inventory on October 7 was made from hats purchased at Windswept Goods, which hosted her during the art walk.

Families roaming downtown Rawlins in October may invoke images of a Halloween walk. On October 7, however, there were no tricks and the treats were good fun and good art on display for residents and visitors.

Rawlins Downtown Development Authority hosted the 6th Annual ArtBeat on the first Friday of October, with more than a dozen local artists showcasing their talents. Along with the visual arts, Stillhouse Blues provided music and a handful of food trucks fed hungry attendees during the event.

Kelia McCuddy, a Rawlins native, was stationed at Windswept Goods with her unique ink artwork.


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