Monday Jul 16 2012 comments El Dorado Hills Art Walk By: By Menka Belgal / The Telegraph -A +A Kids enjoy themselves on the bounce house while their parents shop. On the left is Jack France, 7, and on the far right is Parker Dey, both from El Dorado Hills. Jordan Rabe, 11, and her mother Shelbie, from Washington, buy a few pieces of handmade jewelry at the art walk. Felicia Morris, 13, hangs on to the mechanical bull. Natasha Murray, 22, tries on a hat from Sandra D's Boutique. Anne Troya sells some of her late husband?s (Rudy Troya) photographs from the 1960s. At the age of 38, Rudy Troya began going blind due to an eye condition called Retinitis Pigmentosis and had to end his career as a photographer. Alyssa Gnos, 15, flips through a book of some of her artwork. Art walk attendees were able to get refreshed when Justin Abramson, from Impax World, serves up a cold Delta-E brain food which is loaded with vitamin B-12. Artist Alyssa Gnos, 15, from Citrus Heights began drawing at the age of 3. She gets her inspiration from movies, artwork, and graphic designs, particularly those of Pixar and Disney. Payton Parsons, 8, from Shingle Springs scoops up hot popcorn. Gordan King, from The Kings Gallery, works on his latest project.