Pet Cremation Urn Artist Alex in Welderland will be Featured at the Brewery Artwalk October 6th and 7th for the First Time; More than 8,000 Visitors Expected

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The brewery Art Colony is set to host its biannual artwalk this coming October 6 and 7, from 11:00 a.m to 6:00 p.m. Alex in Welderland's Custom Pet Urns will be participating for the first time, showcasing multiple pet memorial artists and reflecting the rise in popularity of high end pet products. Over 8,000 visitors are to be expected over the weekend.

In keeping with the rising popularity of the pet industry, one new featured studio at the Brewery Art Colony will be Alex in Welderland's Custom Pet Urns, where unique custom created cremation urns for pets will be on display and for purchase for the first time. Alex in Welderland also represents other fine artists in all mediums creating pet memorial artwork.

This will be the first time Alex in Welderland will be showing her custom urns at the Art Walk. In her studio at 642 Moulton Ave. #E31 L.A. CA 90031, she will be joined by painter Elizabeth Leifer, wire weaving jeweler Lisa Toland, and painter Sangeeta Levy. Her work can also be seen at

Over 300 artists live and work at the Brewery Art Colony, making it one of the largest art colonies in the world, encompassing a range of work from painting, photography, sculpture, video, installation and more. Along with the open studios, there will be more than 6 galleries open, including I-5, Raid Projects, and Brewery Projects. Some galleries feature European artists in residence, so it is a truly international event.

The Brewery Art Walk expects over 8,000 on this fall weekend to visit the 100+ open studios and galleries. Barbara's at the Brewery will be open to serve food and cocktails. Bring comfortable shoes, as there is a lot to see on the 23 acres of restored brewery buildings, Edison Electric Building, and unique loft spaces.

More information on Alex in Welderland at the Brewery Art Walk can be found at


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