First Friday, May 2, 2008 [With Photo Gallery]

Angelo “The Conference of the Birds,” new paintings by Cynthia Burke, 5:30-7:30pm.

Art Upstairs Gallery “Moments Seen,” works by Sue Sensor, 6-9pm.

BozArt Gallery “Unsere Bunte Welt,” paintings by Ucky Light, 5-9pm.

The Bridge/Progressive Arts Initiative Photography by Jamie McCelland, Vincent Mendiola and Uyen-Vi Tran, 6-9pm.

C’ville Arts Collages by Diane Goodbar, 6-9pm.

enoteca “Reclaiming the Frame,” work by Tammi Reynolds Citron, 6-9pm.

Fellini’s #9 Photography by Ambha Lessard, 5-7pm.

The Frank Ix Building “The Generations Project,” “Artisans of Distinction” and “Dreaming Ix,” 5:30-7:30pm.

The Gallery at Fifth and Water Infrared photographs by Bonny Bronson, 5:30-8pm.

La Galeria Digital work by Carolyn McPherson, 5-8pm.

Les Yeux du Monde “View from Clear Creek,” work by Rosemarie Fiore, in conjunction with Second Street Gallery, 5:30-7:30pm.

McGuffey Art Center Work by Gresham Sykes, Joan Soderlund, Scott Supraner and Janice Breeden, 5:30-8pm.

Migration: A Gallery New paintings by Suzanne Howes-Stevens, 5:30-8pm.

Mono Loco “I Paint With My Eyes Closed,” work by George Andrews, 5-6pm.

New Dominion Bookshop Sculptures by Susan Harb, 5-7pm.

The Paramount Theater A collection of paintings by Marci Markwell-Rasbury, 5-7pm.

PVCC “The Other,” a collection curated by Rob Tarbell, 5-7pm.

Renaissance School Student art exhibition and open house, 4-6pm.

Sage Moon Gallery “Meditations of Land and Sea,” work by Kathy Buist, 5:30-8pm.

Saxx Jazz and Blues Lounge Oil paintings by Renee Balfour, 6:30-10:30pm.

Second Street Gallery “Machines and Process Paintings, 1998-2008,” work by Rosemarie Fiore, in conjunction with Les Yeux du Monde, 6-8pm.

Spring Street Boutique Photography by Liza Bishop, 6-8pm.

UVA Off Grounds Gallery Works in multiple media by Maya Mackrandilal and Michael Thurston, 6-8pm.

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