HMB SOMA Valentine’s HeART Walk - Sun., Feb. 12 from 2-5 p.m.


By on Mon, February 6, 2012

HMB SOMA Valentine's HeART Walk - Feb. 12 - 2-5 pm 600-800 blk of Main Street, HMB

HMB SOMA Valentine’s HeART Walk

South Main Street in Half Moon Bay is often missed by tourists who don’t walk the entire length of the downtown area. This area of Main Street is now home to almost a dozen flourishing art businesses. They are known collectively as HMB SOMA Arts. The group’s first event in December drew a large number of visitors from near and far.

HMB SOMA Arts supports and promotes both visual and performance artists on the SOuth end of MAin Street in Half Moon Bay.

The First Annual Valentine’s HeART Walk on will be held Sunday, February 12 from 2 - 5 p.m. Refreshments, raffles and music will be offered at most venues. Visitors are invited to take a romantic stroll along South Main Street and discover a wealth of art treasures.

HMB SOMA Arts has expanded to include businesses in the 600 - 800 block of Main Street in Half Moon Bay. New members include Cottage Industries, Barterra Winery and Courtyard Gallery, Personal FX and Designs Dell ‘Ario.

Visit the HMB SOMA ARTS website: to learn about all the Specials offered during the Valentine’s HeART Walk.

HMB SOMA ARTS Venues and Artists:

621 Main - Cottage Industries - Handcrafted Furniture and Home Accents

643 Main - Barterra Winery & Courtyard Gallery - Wine Meets Art

643 Main - Personal FX - Handcrafted Adornments for Body and Home

731 Main - Coastside Photography - Photography by Tamara Trejo

731 Main - Ms. Kitty’s Harmony Road - Music School for All Ages

755 Main - Designs Dell ‘Ario - inzeye buckwheat pillows by Lin Krollpfeiffer and Textile Art by Win Dell’Ario

779 Main - Old Thyme Inn & Gallery - Paintings by Kathryn Ellis

788 Main - Coastside Land Trust Gallery - New Group Exhibit of 20 Nature Artists

799 Main - Bamboo Hair + Body Art Exhibit - Photography by Nancy West

799 Main - Bamboo Hair + Body Art Exhibit - Photography by Jeffrey Thayer

840 Main - Ellen Joseph Gallery - Paintings by Ellen Joseph and Raku Pottery by Larry Wilson