In March 2017, the first Dover Art Walk was born. Artists, businesses, musicians and organizations from every corner of Dover were excited about the prospect. Despite snow squalls, hundreds of visitors still came downtown and were impressed by the high quality of art the community had to offer. Due to the immediate success, the founding team decided to go forth and make sure this happened every month! Dover Main Street decided to adopt the organization as a sub committee in order to make sure the operation continued to flourish.
As a visual artist and graphic/web designer, Danielle was so happy to be asked to be involved in helping start the Dover Art Walk. A new Dover resident, Danielle spent the last decade as a creative professional in Somerville, MA. Since moving up here with her husband in 2016, she has found Dover to be the perfect location to build her career and make lasting connections.
Rebecca is a staple of the Dover art community and is responsible for managing visiting artists and greeting visitors at the mills.
Reid Weston is a hearty soul with a lot of laughter. She thinks it’s about time to showcase the artistic talent that resides in The Garrison City. She moved here in 1998, married a local “Dovah” boy, and was lucky enough to start a family here. She helps run a long-time family business downtown, is an assistant at Dover’s Economic Development Department, writes for the local Radar publication, raises 4 children, and attended college at Great Bay Community College with a concentration in Business Management. She thought it was important to help start the Dover Art Walk, because frankly…the amount of talent was too amazing to ignore!
Jeff is a downtown business owner and Dover resident, helping Dover Main Street and the Dover Art Walk accomplish its mission by bridging the connections between community, business, and the City. As a media producer he brings expertise in design and branding for a variety of media output, including video, web, and print production. His passion for historic preservation, combined with artistic design, led to the rebuild of Dover's Downtown Historic markers and the Faces of Dover program, which seeks to highlight the history and unique people of Dover in a variety of mediums for public presentation. Visit Jeff at Spires Video Services each Art Walk Friday for a mixed medium presentation of video and graphic design.