Art RoundUp: Dec. 2 – 8
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Art RoundUp: Dec. 2 – 8

The First Friday Art March returns today, Friday, December 2, with events across the Starland District from 6pm to 9pm. Click here for a full listing of events or to plan your Art March!   Cara Griffin’s latest exhibition of work, titled Mind’s Eye, opens at Starland Café and Catering during the First Friday Art March on Friday, December 2 from 6 – 9pm. This body of work explores the relationship between one’s internal perception...

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“Reach: Trees” at Location Gallery celebrates and aids local trees
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“Reach: Trees” at Location Gallery celebrates and aids local trees

Eighteen visual artists are participating in a much anticipated exhibition of small works, Reach: Trees at Location Gallery this month. The creations include a variety of mediums and styles all no larger than 14 inches. Full disclosure: I love trees. I often zone out staring at them. My job requires me to plant and care for smaller types. Yes, I hug trees too. But, strangely, I never used them as subject matter in my artwork –...

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Art RoundUp: Nov. 25 – Dec. 1
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Art RoundUp: Nov. 25 – Dec. 1

If you haven’t seen Tiffany O’Brien and Lisa Ocampo’s show She Said, She Said at Location Gallery (417 Whitaker St.), your last chance will be Saturday, November 26. The gallery will host a closing reception for the exhibition from 11am until 5pm. The two sisters created their paintings independent of each other but inspired by the same titles. Click here for more information.   Stop by Sulfur Studios (2301 Bull St.) for the Shop...

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Trevor Poudrier explores darkness, consciousness and light
Nov18

Trevor Poudrier explores darkness, consciousness and light

Earlier this month, visitors to Southern Pine Company’s STEAM ROOM (an alternative exhibition space at 620 E 35 St.) peeled back the curtain and stepped inside a cave of blind darkness, waiting with shallow breath for the shadows of friends to appear ahead of them. They were there to experience Trevor Poudrier’s exhibition, Fleeting, and Other Bodies.     Inside the industrial space, visitors passed under the kind of...

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Art RoundUp: Nov. 18 – 24
Nov17

Art RoundUp: Nov. 18 – 24

Non-Fiction Gallery (1522 Bull St.) will hold an opening reception for Parallax (an exhibition by Tanner Price) and Made From Mycelium (an exhibition by Sherry Zhang) two concurrent furniture design shows, on Friday, November 18 from 6 to 9pm. Both shows will remain up until November 20. Click here for more information.     Come out to the Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum (41 MLK Jr. Blvd) on Friday, November 18 from 7 to...

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Aaron Brumbelow’s handmade books break the photographic frame
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Aaron Brumbelow’s handmade books break the photographic frame

In a small town book publishing scene dominated at one end by children’s books and tourist guides and, at the other, by zines, Aaron Brumbelow’s handmade art books stand alone. A SCAD grad (with an MFA in photography) and Armstrong professor hailing from Arkansas, Brumbelow has a fascination with handmade books as a new vehicle for photography. So far, he has created three pamphlet-style books, each printed on carefully chosen paper...

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