Golen's gallery specializes in pop surrealist artwork. His Saturday artwalk show was a $500 and under firesale for salvaged works from his previous gallery, which burnt to the ground.
Further north, in the design district, Dileto, a furniture gallery, had a couple bowls of candy set about. Furniture designer Gabriela Jimenez said "Everybody wants a treat when they are out someplace. People like to have some candy when they are here." Asked if a 10 cent candy ever helped her sell a $10,000 couch Jimenez said "Yes."
Earlier, at the daytime Art & Design Market & Lounge at the Wynwood Social Club, SWEAT Records sold $3 vegan Earthcake cupcakes. There were also free chips and salsa, drinks, snacks, music, arts and crafts at the byob venue concept.
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