This historic corner of the City became the cultural hub as the Civic Theatre. This ink and watercolor portays an old charm on the outside structure, yet not able to be seen, it has been
completely updated technologically on the inside.
Pearl Street Bridge
One of many bridges along the Grand River the Pearl Street Bridge brings visitors into the heart of Downtown. This contrasts old and new, and illustrates the multiplicity of the
bridges as pillars cascade into the horizon.
Tribute to a President
Our only President from Grand Rapids, Gerald R. Ford epitomized the Midwest friendly and honest nature that have become qualities of the Grand Rapids population. The building is a symbol of
this great leader, his life within.
DeVos Center Riverside
A contemporary performance hall and conference center graces the banks of the Grand River. The beauty of its reflections, the wave of the structure highlight a progressive movement.
RIVERTOWN ARTISTS' GUILD (www.rivertownartists.com) is an art organization that promotes professionalism in art. Meetings are the third Thursday of the month, 7:00 pm at the Latvian Center,
504 Grand Avenue NE, Grand Rapids MI 49503. There is a special event revolving around ART each month, and ARTIST CHOICE awards for current work. RIVERTOWN ARTISTS maintain the galleries at East Grand
Rapids, Wyoming and Walker Public Libraries, as well as the Grand Rapids Association of Realtors. They are regular exhibitors at Caledonia Public Library, Bishop Hills and St. Cecilia's and other
galleries in the Greater Grand Rapids area. Members also have their own gallery pages on a website. rivertownartists.com.
If you are an artist and are interested in promoting your art, exhibiting, and networking with other artists, check it out!