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@artspacenc is showcasing this piece by Kellie Bornhoft and much much more during #FirstFriday in #downtownraleigh
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See this beauty, Plum Perfect, and many other at 311 Gallery in #downtownraleigh on #FirstFriday during the Hidden Things Revealed exhibition by Patricia Williams
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Juliana Rodriguez Revolver Dolls @busybeecafe on #FirstFriday #TGIFFR #downtownraleigh
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@adamcavefineart has an incredible exhibition going on the #FirstFriday where you can create your own customized sculpture! #getcreative #TGIFFR #DIYart #downtownraleigh
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Events • March 4, 2016

If I were You and You were Me: New Artwork by Elissa Farrow Savos @ Gallery C

“Every piece I make is about storytelling, each a narrative of some woman somewhere, and every woman everywhere. My head is full of the reasons and meanings behind each piece – usually a convoluted combination of a very specific experience with a myriad of emotions and thoughts and opinions that could be many, many words, but instead is this one piece, or maybe two. There are common themes, such as physical, emotional, and spiritual burdens, connections lost and found, love and anger, dignity and strength. Meanwhile, they keep company with rusty chains, weathered wood, decaying bones, abandoned objects, and scraps of fabric – the debris of life, lived. My women are the same, they show their scars and wear them proudly because after all, they make a good story, if nothing else.” — Elissa Farrow-Savos

Cost: Free to the Public

Spring Fever @ Local Color Gallery

Oils and Acrylics is the fever this spring with a special "Spring Fever" Exhibit by Bekah Haslett and Margo White. Bekah’s spring exhibit will show her recent work on location in North Carolina and Mexico, as well as some larger studio pieces from travels to Belize and Aruba. Join us and meet fellow artist Margo as she expresses her latest palette of work.

Cost: n/a

If I were You and You were Me: New Artwork by Elissa Farrow Savos @ Gallery C

“Every piece I make is about storytelling, each a narrative of some woman somewhere, and every woman everywhere. My head is full of the reasons and meanings behind each piece – usually a convoluted combination of a very specific experience with a myriad of emotions and thoughts and opinions that could be many, many words, but instead is this one piece, or maybe two. There are common themes, such as physical, emotional, and spiritual burdens, connections lost and found, love and anger, dignity and strength. Meanwhile, they keep company with rusty chains, weathered wood, decaying bones, abandoned objects, and scraps of fabric – the debris of life, lived. My women are the same, they show their scars and wear them proudly because after all, they make a good story, if nothing else.” — Elissa Farrow-Savos

Cost: Free to the Public

Spring Fever @ Local Color Gallery

Oils and Acrylics is the fever this spring with a special "Spring Fever" Exhibit by Bekah Haslett and Margo White. Bekah’s spring exhibit will show her recent work on location in North Carolina and Mexico, as well as some larger studio pieces from travels to Belize and Aruba. Join us and meet fellow artist Margo as she expresses her latest palette of work.

Cost: n/a

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