First Friday, February 1, 2008 [With Photo Gallery]

Angelo “Houses and Neighborhoods,” collages by Susan Patrick, 5:30-7:30pm.

Art Upstairs “The Colors of Tuscany,” travel photography by Frank Feigert, 6-9pm.

Batteau Custom Framing Recent works by Joanne Coleman and Trilbie Knapp, 5-8pm.

BozArt Gallery “Selections,” paintings by Zainab Hader, 5:30-9pm.

The Bridge/Progressive Arts Initiative “The Generations Project,” a multimedia documentary project, 6-8pm.

C’ville Arts “The Heart Aglow,” beeswax luminaries by Raven Long, 6-9pm.

Fellini’s #9 “Homage a Fellini,” watercolors by Mario Russo, 5:30-7pm.

The Gallery at Fifth and Water “Paintings from my Pochade Box,” recent works by Priscilla Long Whitlock, 5:30-8pm.

The Gallery at the Law Office of Richard DeLoria “Landscape, Still Life, Figures & Spaces,” new paintings by Elizabeth Moore, 6-9pm.

La Galeria “Wild West Landscape Photographs” by Mary Porter, 5-8pm.

Les Yeux du Monde “Homes of the Homeless,” oil paintings and collages by Lydia Gasman, 5:30-7:30pm.

McGuffey Art Center “Figure Studies” by Ann Cheeks and Scott Smith; “It Has a Story” by Laura Parker; recent works by Caroline Cobb Wright and Bill Weaver, 5:30-7:30pm.

Migration: A Gallery “Strata,” acrylic paintings by Stephen Griffin, 6-8pm.

ourspace “this is ourspace,” a collection of works in multiple media by Sky Hiatt, Ohiyah, Rian Dovis and Arcadia Williams, 5:30-9:30pm.

Second Street Gallery “Elemental” by Young Kim; “The Struggles Play Nice” by Rob Tarbell, 6-8pm.

Spring Street Boutique “Women and Wine” by Kathy Womack, 6-9pm.

UVA Off Grounds Gallery “Part I: An Exchange Exhibition Between Two Art Departments,” a collection of works from art students and faculty members from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, 5-7pm.

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