Crowds turn out for Geneseo ArtWalk

Claudia Loucks
Anne Sammons demonstrated the art of spinning yarn at Vorac Pharmacy in downtown Geneseo during Geneseo’s ArtWalk on Saturday, April 30. Sammons and her husband, Gordon, are owners of Leaf Livestock, a breeding stock and wool company in Geneseo that sells products made from homegrown wool. More information is available at
Musicians in the Geneseo High School Drum line provided entertainment for residents and visitors at the 2022 Geneseo ArtWalk. The group performed in front of My Moon Creations in downtown Geneseo.
Kaylei Littig, a junior at Geneseo High School, was at Four Seasons in downtown Geneseo where she demonstrated her talent in traditional art
Courtney and Preston Jones and their sons, Crosby and Milo, showed their talent in sidewalk art as they stopped to draw on the walk in front of The Victory (The Vic) on South State St.
Ken Mitchell provided entertainment on his guitar in front of the bus that housed the Kaleidoscope Works Art Gallery & Gifts that came from Davenport to be included in the annual ArtWalk. The gallery/shop is owned by Tom Chouteau.