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Simple yet interesting work on display @portofraleigh by @beckyjoyeart! Make sure you stop by for #firstfriday next week to see more #art #downtownraleigh
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Events • July 1, 2016

10 Year Anniversary Exhibition: Bonded Llama Studios @ Block Gallery - Raleigh Arts Commission
Exhibition Dates: Jun 1-Jul 22

10 Year Anniversary Exhibition: Bonded Llama Studios, curated by Ann Marie Kennedy Block Gallery, 222 W Hargett St, Raleigh

First Friday Reception: 5 to 7 p.m., on view through July 22.

Featuring the works of Sherry di Filippo, David Eichenberger, Raymond Goodman, Ann Marie Kennedy, Sean Kernick, Cayce Lee, Luke Miller Buchanan, Jennifer Partridge, Shelley Smith, Tracy Spencer Stonestreet and Derek Toomes.

Image (detail): ©Raymond Goodman, Bonded Llama Studio, 2016, digital photography

 

Color Abstractions @ 311 Gallery

Abstract artists Mary Storms, Sherri Stewart, and Allen Clapp join forces to bring together an exhibition that presents a riot of complementary and contradictory color to raise the summer spirits.

Cost: free

Color Abstractions @ 311 Gallery
Exhibition Dates: Jun 30-Jul 30

Abstract artists Mary Storms, Sherri Stewart, and Allen Clapp join forces to bring together an exhibition that presents a riot of complementary and contradictory color to raise the summer spirits.

Cost: free

First Friday Jazz Series @ Circa 1888

Circa 1888 will feature live jazz music every first Friday. Each show starts at 8:30 pm, and are free of charge.

The current calendar is as follows:

May 6th - Muningu Jazz Band (http://muningu.wix.com/muningu)

June 3rd - Peter Lamb & The Wolves (https://www.reverbnation.com/peterlambandthewolves)

July 1st - Atomic Rhythm All-Stars (http://www.atomicrhythmbigband.com/) The rest of the calendar is to be announced.

For more information contact Chico Scott at djmadcow@gmail.com or (919)332-0904

First Friday Jazz Series @ Circa 1888

Enjoy some jazz as you tour the downtown Warehouse District each First Friday! Show starts at 8:30 pm. July 1 - Atomic Rhythm All Stars Hailing from the Triangle area of North Carolina, the Atomic Rhythm All-Stars is a 7 piece band dedicated to authentically recreating the sounds of the 1920's and 30's. Their three horns, three rhythm, and one vocal lineup faithfully recreate the red hot jazz bands of the swing era. Their influences range from Louis Armstrong to Bix Biderbeck, Paul Whiteman to Jimmie Lunceford, and Bing Crosby to Fats Waller.

LOCAL COLOR @ Local Color Gallery

An eclectic exhibit of watercolor, acrylic, oil, clay, glass and mixed media by twelve local women artists. Local Color offers the opportunity to meet and interact directly with the artists every First Friday.

LOCAL COLOR @ Local Color Gallery

Local Color Gallery presents an eclectic exhibit of watercolor, acrylic, oil, clay, glass and mixed media by twelve local women artists. Local Color offers the opportunity to meet and interact directly with the artists every First Friday.

LOCAL COLOR @ Local Color Gallery
Exhibition Dates: Jul 1-Jul 30

Local Color Gallery presents an eclectic exhibit of watercolor, acrylic, oil, clay, glass and mixed media by twelve local women artists. Local Color offers the opportunity to meet and interact directly with the artists every First Friday.

New Oils by Kathy Daywalt and New Bronzes by Michiel Van der Sommen @ Gallery C
Exhibition Dates: May 3-Jul 31

Gallery C is pleased to present beautiful new oils by Kathy Daywalt. Her work focuses on the human body and movement through space and her color palette is deep and rich. Somewhat in contrast to Daywalt's work, Michiel Van der Sommen's bronzes seem to freeze the human body in beautiful and provocative poses. A two person show is a rarity at Gallery C but we feel the juxtaposition of these pieces will compliment each other beautifully.

Cost: Free to the public

10 Year Anniversary Exhibition: Bonded Llama Studios @ Block Gallery - Raleigh Arts Commission
Exhibition Dates: Jun 1-Jul 22

10 Year Anniversary Exhibition: Bonded Llama Studios, curated by Ann Marie Kennedy Block Gallery, 222 W Hargett St, Raleigh

First Friday Reception: 5 to 7 p.m., on view through July 22.

Featuring the works of Sherry di Filippo, David Eichenberger, Raymond Goodman, Ann Marie Kennedy, Sean Kernick, Cayce Lee, Luke Miller Buchanan, Jennifer Partridge, Shelley Smith, Tracy Spencer Stonestreet and Derek Toomes.

Image (detail): ©Raymond Goodman, Bonded Llama Studio, 2016, digital photography

 

Color Abstractions @ 311 Gallery

Abstract artists Mary Storms, Sherri Stewart, and Allen Clapp join forces to bring together an exhibition that presents a riot of complementary and contradictory color to raise the summer spirits.

Cost: free

Color Abstractions @ 311 Gallery
Exhibition Dates: Jun 30-Jul 30

Abstract artists Mary Storms, Sherri Stewart, and Allen Clapp join forces to bring together an exhibition that presents a riot of complementary and contradictory color to raise the summer spirits.

Cost: free

LOCAL COLOR @ Local Color Gallery

An eclectic exhibit of watercolor, acrylic, oil, clay, glass and mixed media by twelve local women artists. Local Color offers the opportunity to meet and interact directly with the artists every First Friday.

LOCAL COLOR @ Local Color Gallery

Local Color Gallery presents an eclectic exhibit of watercolor, acrylic, oil, clay, glass and mixed media by twelve local women artists. Local Color offers the opportunity to meet and interact directly with the artists every First Friday.

LOCAL COLOR @ Local Color Gallery
Exhibition Dates: Jul 1-Jul 30

Local Color Gallery presents an eclectic exhibit of watercolor, acrylic, oil, clay, glass and mixed media by twelve local women artists. Local Color offers the opportunity to meet and interact directly with the artists every First Friday.

New Oils by Kathy Daywalt and New Bronzes by Michiel Van der Sommen @ Gallery C
Exhibition Dates: May 3-Jul 31

Gallery C is pleased to present beautiful new oils by Kathy Daywalt. Her work focuses on the human body and movement through space and her color palette is deep and rich. Somewhat in contrast to Daywalt's work, Michiel Van der Sommen's bronzes seem to freeze the human body in beautiful and provocative poses. A two person show is a rarity at Gallery C but we feel the juxtaposition of these pieces will compliment each other beautifully.

Cost: Free to the public

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First Friday Jazz Series @ Circa 1888

Circa 1888 will feature live jazz music every first Friday. Each show starts at 8:30 pm, and are free of charge.

The current calendar is as follows:

May 6th - Muningu Jazz Band (http://muningu.wix.com/muningu)

June 3rd - Peter Lamb & The Wolves (https://www.reverbnation.com/peterlambandthewolves)

July 1st - Atomic Rhythm All-Stars (http://www.atomicrhythmbigband.com/) The rest of the calendar is to be announced.

For more information contact Chico Scott at djmadcow@gmail.com or (919)332-0904

First Friday Jazz Series @ Circa 1888

Enjoy some jazz as you tour the downtown Warehouse District each First Friday! Show starts at 8:30 pm. July 1 - Atomic Rhythm All Stars Hailing from the Triangle area of North Carolina, the Atomic Rhythm All-Stars is a 7 piece band dedicated to authentically recreating the sounds of the 1920's and 30's. Their three horns, three rhythm, and one vocal lineup faithfully recreate the red hot jazz bands of the swing era. Their influences range from Louis Armstrong to Bix Biderbeck, Paul Whiteman to Jimmie Lunceford, and Bing Crosby to Fats Waller.