Art oriented meet and greet series starts at Barley Vine

Bare Bones, an art space, has created a new program, “Bare Bones Art Share Partnership.”
Bare Bones strives to leave no walls bare in the city of Bristol. It will fill empty business walls with art “a la c’art” from its network of artists.
A press release from the School Street based gallery said this program keeps with its mission, helps expand Bristol’s arts community, and gives local artists more opportunity for exposure. It also makes art more accessible to the people of Bristol looking to invest in their own art collection.
The first Bare Bones Art Share Partnership will be with Barley Vine. Barley Vine has been tuned into Bare Bones’ mission and artwork since its inception and prompted them to open their own business on 182 Main St. and continue the revitalization of downtown Bristol. The press release said Bare Bones and Barley Vine have been discussing the idea of art in the pub and Barley Vine’s interest in having art on their walls inspired Bare Bones to create this new program.
Barley Vine, a craft inspired gastro pub, will host a weekly Art Night every Wednesday evening throughout the summer from 6 to 9 p.m. beginning May 15,. This Art Night event supports Barley Vine’s mission as a craft inspired gastro pub and a community-oriented partner. The weekly event is in conjunction with “Bare Bones Art Share Partnership.” The event is designed as a social meet and greet, and each week will feature the artwork of a local artist who will be present. Barley Vine will be offering social hour drink and food specials.
The first Barley Vine Art Night on Wednesday, May 15 will feature artist, Allison Chatelle of Bristol.
The second Art Night on Wednesday, May 22 will feature artist, David Woodford of Bristol.
Please contact Bare Bones at for art purchase inquiries from Barley Vine. Any businesses interested in learning more about “Bare Bones Art Share Partnership” may also email