Art Hop & Wine Online


We are taking Art & Wine Hop online! Join us as we highlight our local businesses while celebrating Takoma’s lively arts scene during Art Hop & Wine Online, Saturday and Sunday April 25-26, 2020.

Local Art
Stay here and explore our website where we’ve virtually hung the work of local artists inside Takoma businesses and at select outdoor spots for you to enjoy right from your very own living room. 

Live Music
Join us all weekend April 25 and 26 on our Facebook Event or Instagram where we’ll highlight participating artists, host live music and have local shopping and dining features all weekend long. (Pages are public so you do not need an account).

While you browse, listen to live streamed music and dance tunes all weekend by Takoma Park radio station, WOWD. Listen HERE. Plus performances by local musicians. See EXPLORE tab above.

Wine Hop
Grab a glass while you explore the art. Enjoy wine delivered right to your door from participating businesses. See DRINK THE WINE tab above.

Support Local Businesses and Artists
Follow the links to local businesses’ and support them during this very difficult time (take out, online shopping, online classes and gift cards) and access artist information to purchase art. Please also consider donating to the Takoma Micro-Grant Fund for COVID Relief for Takoma Businesses and the DONATE.

Order a print from No Plan Press and 100% of profits go to the Takoma Micro-Grant Fund for COVID Relief and the Takoma Park Small Business Mini-Grant Fund.

No Plan Press’ Jess Kirsch creates letterpress prints by hand one at a time on an antique 19th-century printing press right here in Takoma Park. The slight variations in color and texture of each print is what makes the letterpress printing process unique. Each print measures 8″x10″ and comes signed and numbered. $20 each.

Thank You Event Sponsors:

Farmers Market

Step inside our local businesses and virtually enjoy the work of local artists. To make purchases, contact the artists directly:


Amano – So many artists, such little time

Artful Framing

Dilip Sheth – Visual Artist

Back Wall Gallery

At Things from Egypt and Beyond

Jay Akita

Alice Sims
Art for the People, purchase trees for a donation of $5 to $10 to Art For The People, a local non profit . The money will go to  pandemic relief fund. [email protected]

Tuula Ehn Smith

Big Bad Woof

Shoshana Levenson – Custom Animal Portraits

Christoper Hansen – Animal Photo Illustration

Breakthrough Montessori Public Charter School

Ebony Marshman – Acrylic Paint, Digital Media, Paper

Cielo Rojo

Rachel Pfeffer Design – Jewelry

Collective Concepts



DC ART STUDIO IN-HOUSE ARTISTS – Takoma’s art studio and true artist co-op

Elite Dental

Randall Williams – Paper and Ink

Fair Days Play

Emily Harmeyer – Acrylic paint, watercolor, pen, ceramics

Edward Allan Faine – Children’s Books

Great Shoals Tasting Room

Carissa Marks – Paint, charcoal, upcycled materials, plant parts

Vintage Jewels – handcrafted vintage inspired jewelry

House of Musical Traditions

DEBBIE ANNEN – Pen, marker, collage

Hoppe Art

Hoppe Art – Oil and/or acrylic on canvas

Kin Da

Ralph Blessing – Color Photography

Pauline Rakis – Acrylic Paintings

Kittner Art & Design Studio

Sam Kittner – Photography

Bobbi Kittner – Painting, Mixed Media, Collage

Long and Foster

Meghan Narayan – Acrylic, mixed media

Floyd Roberts – Acrylic, mixed media

Vernon Hawkins – Photography

Old Takoma Ace Hardware

Lauren Heather Lay – Textile Artist

Mark’s Kitchen

Chris Blanchard – Oils and Acrylic

Middle East Cuisine

Abstract by Rae – Abstract and Dot Art

The Nature Lab

Gus and Bean – Greeting cards, Original illustrations, whimsical prints inspired by nature

Denise Lissabet – Oil, acrylic, gold leaf, & textiles

Florence Fraiji – Earth to Urban Crafts

Park Florist

Meredith Armstrong – Mixed Media/Watercolor

Julia Purinton – Oil


DC Creepers – Painting, drawing, 2-d art

Naomi Christanson – Painting and clothing


Gallery Exhibition: Kim Sandara “React” – Action-oriented abstract expressionist paintings exploring translations of music to visuals.
Artist in Residence: Yusuf Misdaq
Art Hop Feature: Landry Dunand features TinType Photobooth Photographs

Roscoe’s Neapolitan Pizzeria

Michelle Bailey – Original Paintings & Fine Art Gifts

Erika Mosher – Watercolor painting

S&A Beads

April Graves – Acrylic Paintings and Acrylic Flow Paintings

Seekers Church Art Gallery

Justice Arts Coalition – The Justice Arts Coalition (JAC) is a national network providing information about and resources for people creating art in and around the US carceral system

Scissor and Comb

Denisa Piatti – Jewelry meticulously designed and handcrafted

The Spice Suite

Spice Girls – Handmade and uniquely sourced goods brought to you by a coalition of artists (known as Spice Girls) on pop-up rotation shops at the Spice Suite

Spring Mill Bakery

Gloria Tseng Fischer – Watercolor Paintings


Juan Vindel – Abstract and Minimalist Photography

Tabletop Takoma

Carlos Carmon A Medina – DC is my City Postcards and Prints

Takoma Bev Co.

Jessica Valoris – Interdisciplinary visual artist brings healing spaces to life through art and sound

Dale Ingram – Illustration

Ellie Yanagisawa – Pen and ink, paint

Takoma Bicycle

Leigh Lambert – Textile

Takoma Central

Julius Kassovic – Photography

Stewart Sarkozy-Banoczy – Photography

Takoma Station Tavern

Rebecca Eunoia – Painting, collage, digital media.

The Covered Market

Susan Woollen – Pottery

The Girl and the Vine

LOST ORIGINS GALLERY presents JOANNA WENDEL Illustration, Comics, Science Cartoonist

The Still Point

Miriam Julianna – Performance art, instillation, jewelry, prints, and fine art pieces.

Willow Street Yoga

Dameyon Brown Baroque & Krafts – Canvas prints, framed art.

Yoga Heights

ABIGAIL WEEDEN – Handmade Polymer Earrings

Stop 1: TPSS Co-op Wine Stop

Join us as we offer a huge thank you to the hard-working staff of the TPSS Co-op and browse the work of artists located at the virtual TPSS Co-op Wine Stop. To make purchases, contact the artists directly.

No Plan Press Jesse Kirsch
100% profits go to Takoma Micro Grant Fund and Takoma Park Citywide Small Grant Fund:

Jessica Bello – Macrame

Halsey Berryman + New Columbia Signs – Hand lettering and illustration. Also our amazing artist that created the Art & Wine Hop logo!

Abby Brier – Paper and pens.

Cassady Keegan – Waster Colour & Ink

Abbe Horswill – Ceramics

Hoda Khouri – Silver jewelry

Keith Kozloff – Digital Photographs

Pamela Martin – Acrylic

Roza Matlin – Woodburning, Acrylic Painting, Coffee Painting, Needlefelting

Supon Phornirunlit – Fiber, Glass

Aliya Rocker – Handmade jewelry

Meadowood Pours – Myra Siegel & Hope Freed

Sheri Youens-Un – Wood, Nails, Wiring

Stop 2: Laurel Ave Stop

We’ve virtually closed Laurel Ave for you to explore the work of local artists and instead of sipping wine in the streets, stay in your pj’s with a morning mimosa and enjoy.

Neek & Nan’s – Fresh Seasonings, Sauces & More

Tarika Campbell – Oil and Acrylic

Elena Carter – Body Art

Effy Flaychil – Rock ’em Sockets – Crystal Creations

Fresca Frankie – Handmade accessories fashioned from common recyclable materials

Donna Geraci – Upcycled, repurposed home and garden pieces (order: [email protected])

Esther Iverem – Fiber, Textile

Mina Jafari – Linocut Prints, Digital art prints,apparel & accessories

Dishar Designs – Repurpose jeans into handbags, neckties into necklaces and zippers into jewelry

Muse Lamps by Pete Kledaras – Lamps with a sense of humor

The Purple Kiln by Vivien Lee – Kilnformed, fused glass

Fairy Hair by Claire – Sparkle strands attached via one knot to a individual stand of hair

Ida Mitchell – Acrylic, watercolor, mixed media

Carol Petrucci – Hand-carved porcelain

Joyful Bath by Rochel Roland – Natural salts, oils, botanicals, minerals

Brittney Stane – Digital Art for Sticker Buttons

Khalid Thompson – Acrylic and mixed media

Indigro Plant Design – Plants

Joyce Wagner – Jewelry, Mosaics, and Pressed Flower Art

Opulent by Regin Wu – Affordable vintage recycled clothes

Art Hop Mic Drop & Workshop

An online line-up. We will be streaming this or adding links to stream from our Main Street Takoma Facebook Page

All performances and workshops free, but tips or pay what you can, always welcomed to support the arts.


11AM With his dextrous guitar playing and cheerful arrangements of favorite children’s songs, Mr. Gabe is the Pied Piper of Takoma Park.

12PM: Jon Morrow

12PM Say you knew him when .. Takoma’s own local 8 string (bass and guitar) player. Like Charlie Hunter, but better. Venmo: @jonmorrowmusic

1PM: Katy Gaughan

1PM Bringing joy and wellness to the world one beat at a time! VENMO: Katy-Drum PAYPAL.ME/KATYGAUGHAN


Have you ever wanted to learn the amazing art of hand lettering? Halsey Berryman our Art & Wine Hop logo designer and handletter-er extraordinaire is going to teach you how! Join HERE at 2pm, we will be live streaming through our facebook. Free but tips and pay what you can always welcomed to support the arts.
Venmo: @newcolumbiasigns Cashapp: @$newcolumbiasigns

Join our special hand lettering workshop!


Art & Wine Hop Online

Enjoy the bottles below which are all available for takeout or delivery from your favorite restaurants. Explore additional options including take out cocktails, pitchers of margaritas, 6-packs, growler fills and more along with all-day menus which include new family style meal options.

Tip generously to say thank you to all of the hard working staff at our open restaurants and staff who are working on the front line to keep us fed.

If you have a commemorative Art & Wine Hop glass from last year, we encourage you to take a picture, tag us @mainstreettakoma and we’ll share!

Art & Wine Hop Online Specials

Cielo RojoMisión 16 wine
Mexican Tempranillo and Carignan (2016) Age:short maceration in stainless steel tanks Aroma. $21.00

For entire line up follow Order Here on website
The Girl and the Vine2018 Domaine de l’Herré La Galope Rosé
Soft wine that has plenty of red-berry fruits, bright acidity and a light fruity texture. It is dry although the softness gives it an apparent sweetness. $12.99

For entire line up: here
Great Shoals Winery Tasting RoomAtlantic
Off-dry white wine made with Vidal blanc grapes. Tasting notes of pear, melon, and lemon. $16.00

For entire line up: here
Kin DaKurosawa Junmai Sake
Traditional sake brewed in the Kimoto style, which is medium bodied and earthy, yet smooth. $14

For entire line up: Kin Da
Mark’s KitchenWhite and Red Wines, glass or bottle, 30% off
Middle East CuisineRobert Mondavi Cabernet
Dark plum, black olive and subtle dried herb aromas, rich and supple texture and smooth, well-integrated tannins $22

For entire line up: here
Olive LoungeBlack Stone Sauvignon Blanc
Shows bright lemon and lime flavors with notes of melon and fresh cut grass. $24

For entire line up: here
Takoma Bev CoNV Steininger Sparkling Rose ‘Young’ 
Kamptal, Austria $20

For entire line up follow Order Here on website
Poggio Scalette-Chianti Classico Red Wine
Bright ruby red in color, a lively bouquet of red fruits and blackberries. $13.75

Half price bottles with purchase of pizza to-go.

For entire line up: here
Seoul FoodLa Commanderie de Gombeau Bordeaux 2015 (France) $16

All Beer and Wine Half Price.

For entire line up: here

Date & Time

April 25-26, 2020, Sat: 11-5 and Sun: 11-5


Takoma Park, MD to the Takoma neighborhood in Washington, DC


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