The newest version of the Napa Art Walk received its coming-out party on Tuesday during a walking tour to show off the fruits of sculptors’ creative energy – and remember two recently departed men who helped make the downtown gallery possible.

Napa’s Parks and Recreation department dedicated the sixth edition of the Art Walk, a collection of outdoor sculptures that will remain on display through mid-2021, to the local developer Harry Price, an advocate of public art who died in February at 77.