First Friday, November 2, 2007 [With Photo Gallery]

Angelo “Postcards from the Beach” by Robin Braun, 5:30-7:30pm.

Art Upstairs “Memories to Share” by Grace Stark, 6-9pm.

BozArt Gallery “Sex and Money” by Flame Bilyue, 6-9pm.

The Bridge Progressive Arts Initiative “Family Portrait,” recent paintings by Albert Tabackman, 5-8pm.

Cassis Restaurant “The Blues” by Katelyn Sack, 5-7pm.

Fellini’s #9 Oil paintings by Jack Bell, 5:30-7pm.

Kiki Photography by Brandy Lane, 5pm-close.

La Galeria “The Beauty of the Arabian Horses” by Zainab Haider, 5-8pm.

Les Yeux du Monde “Portraits” by Russ Warren; “Focus on Diversity” by Stanley Woodward, 5:30-7:30pm.

McGuffey Art Center “ARTIVISM,” works by Virginia artists; “Pottery in 2007…more than just ashtrays” by Alex Johnson; “Drawing Beauty” by Aimee Hurt, 5:30-8:30pm.

New Dominion Bookstore “Summer Turns to Fall: Changing Seasons” by Meg West, 5:30-7:30pm.

Paramount Theater “Twilight Garden” by Micah Cash, 5:30-7pm.

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

Second Street Gallery “The End of the World, and other stories” by Andrew Schoultz; “Your Silent Face” by Suzannah Sinclair, 6-8pm.

Transient Crafters “322 Miles: Scenic Photographs from the Skyline Drive and Blue Ridge Parkway in Virginia” by Ben Greenberg, 6-9pm.

UVA Off Grounds Gallery “From Accordian Pleats/Recent Color Photographs” by Yola Monakhov, Adam Shreiber and Dave Woody, 6-8pm.

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