First Friday, December 7, 2007 [With Photo Gallery]

First Friday, December 7, 2007 [With Photo Gallery]

Angus Bull Antiques "Tribal Images" by Betty Arehart, 6-8pm.

Art Upstairs "Small Wonders for the Holidays," an all members show, 6-9pm.

Black Cat Skate Shop Skateboard-related photography by local artists, 6-8pm.

The Bridge/Progressive Arts Initiative "Wood—Crossing the Boundaries: Form vs. Function" by various artists, 6-8pm.

Café Cubano "New Landscapes of the Blue Ridge," photography by Gene Taylor, 6-8pm.

Cassis Restaurant "Red Shed Stories" by Aaron Farrington, 5-7pm.

C’ville Arts "10: A Name Day Celebration" by various artists, workshops from 10am-2pm and 4-8pm.

The Fifth Floor Gallery at Keller Williams "Realism in Oil Paintings" by Tom Tartaglino, 5-7pm.

"Sunset on the Pony Express" by Isabelle Abbott at the Gallery at Fifth and Water.

Frank IX Building "A Handmade Season Too!" by the Artisans Center of Virginia, 5-8pm.

The Gallery at Fifth and Water "Horizons II," oil paintings by Isabelle Abbott, 5:30-8pm.

Indigo Graphics "Reflections of Ghana" by Margaret Jackson, 6-8pm.

La Galeria "Abstract Abstracts" by Ucky Light, 5-8pm.

Les Yeux du Monde "New Paintings and Drawings" by Dean Dass, 5:30-7:30pm.

"Head in Orange Clouds" by Dean Dass at Les Yeux du Monde

New Dominion Bookstore "Istanbul and Lycia: Paintings of Turkey" by Blake Hurt, 4:30-7:30pm.

"Chimera" by Blake Hurt at New Dominion Bookstore

Sage Moon Gallery "The Wonders of Winter" by various artists, 5:30-8pm.

Second Street Gallery "The Colonial Show," mixed media by Calvin Burton, Ian Davis, Omer Fast, Matthew Fisher, Mark Wagner and Kate Woodliff, 6-8pm.

"A Little Bird Told Me" by Mark Wagner at Second Street Gallery

Sidetracks Recent paintings by Flame Bilyue, 5:30-7pm.

"Trees Embrace" by Flame Bilyue at Sidetracks

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