Gallery Listings

Galleries

Art Upstairs Gallery 112 W. Main St. Tuesday-Sunday, noon-5pm. 923-3900. Through December 31: An all-members show.

BozArt 211 W. Main St. Wednesday-Thursday, 3-9pm; Friday-Saturday, noon-9pm; Sunday, 1-4pm. 296-3919. www.bozartgallery.com. Through December 27: An all-members Christmas show, featuring works in multiple media.

The Bridge/Progressive Arts Initiative 209 Monticello Rd. Wednesday-Saturday, noon-3pm. 984-5669. Through December 31: The Bridge’s “Anniversary Wall,” celebrating the gallery’s five-year anniversary. The Bridge offers a variety of workshops, lectures and events each month.

The Gallery at Fifth and Water 107 Fifth St. SE. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 979-9825. Through December 30: “Our Virginia Home,” recent oil paintings by Randy Baskerville.

The Garage 250 N. First St. Visit website to make an appointment. thegarage-cville.com. Through December 31: “This One Will Be Our Peace,” a knitted installation by Maureen Lovett.

Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection 400 Worrell Dr. Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-4pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 244-0234. Through December 20: “What Will Last Beyond Today: John W. Kluge’s Collection of Australian Aboriginal Art.”

La Galeria 218 W. Market St. Call for hours. 293-7003. virginiaartistsinaction.org. Through December 31: Impressionist paintings by Lee J. Nixon.

Les Yeux du Monde 841 Wolf Trap Rd. By appointment only. 973-5566. Through December 31: “From Magic Mountain,” paintings by Russ Warren.

McGuffey Art Center 201 Second St. NW. Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-6pm. 295-7973. Through December 27: An annual Christmas show featuring work by member artists.

Piedmont Virginia Community College 501 College Dr. Monday-Thursday, 9am-10pm; Friday, 9am-5pm; Saturday, 1-5pm. 961-5202. December 11: “Let There Be Light,” the third annual illuminating outdoor art spectacle. (See Feedback, page 31, for more.) Through January 20: The annual faculty art exhibit, featuring work by Beryl Solla, Rob Tarbell, Tom Clarkson, Stacey Evans, Mark Edwards and more.

Second Street Gallery 115 Second St. SE. Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-6pm. 977-7284. secondstreetgallery.org. Through December 31: Textured paintings on Duralene by Sandeep Mukherjee; “High Lonesome,” works in multiple media by Hilary Wilder.

UVA Art Museum 155 Rugby Rd. Tuesday-Sunday, noon-5pm. 924-3592. Through January 3: “Thomas Jefferson’s Academical Village,” a multimedia collection of objects that details plans for the University of Virginia; “The Expanding Eye: Art Inspired by Edgar Allan Poe”; and “Abstract Photography: Selections from Glenstone.”

Other exhibits

Restaurants, retailers and public spaces that host regular art events

Angelo 220 E. Main St. Monday-Friday, 11am-6pm; Saturday, 11am-5pm. 971-9256. Through December 31: “Inspiration within a Paradigm,” drawings in multiple media by Tracy Verkerke and hand-stitched bags by Annie Runkle.

Blue Ridge Beads and Glass 1724 Allied St. Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-5:30pm. 293-2876. www.blueridgebeads-glass.com. Ongoing: Glass pieces, paintings and instruments by Jerry O’Dell.

C&O Gallery 515 E. Water St. By appointment. 971-7044. Through January 31: A collection of new paintings by John Howard.

C’ville Arts 118 E. Main St. Monday-Thursday, 10am-6pm; Friday, 10am-9pm; Saturday, 10am-8pm; Sunday, noon-6pm. 972-9500. Through December 31: “Just the Perfect Thing for…” an all-members show featuring handcrafted holiday items.

C’ville Coffee 1301 Harris St. Monday-Friday, 7:30am-9pm; Saturday, 8:30am-9pm; Sunday, 9:30am-8pm. 817-2633. Through December 31: Photographs from Kenya by Logan Coleman.

Charlottesville Community Design Center 100 Fifth St. NE. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 984-2232. Through January 29: “Neighborhood ReGeneration: The Evolution of Public Housing in Charlottesville,” a collection of informative work from local students and the Charlottesville Redevelopment and Housing Authority.

Dean’s Gallery Second floor of Campbell Hall, on the UVA Grounds. arch.virginia.edu/ spot light/lines. Through January 29: “Lines,” a collection of work by UVA associate professor of art and architecture Sanda Iliescu.

Fellini’s #9 200 W. Market St. Call for hours. 979-4279. Through December 31: “The Simple Things,” work by Theresa White.

Milano Café 100 W. South St. Sunday-Wednesday, 7am-7pm; Thursday-Saturday, 7am-9pm. 220-4302. Through January 5: A collection of golfing bear portraits by Beth Hermann.

Moxie Hair & Body Lounge 126-C Garrett St. Call for hours. 979-5556. Through December 31: Floral watercolors by Ashley Behr.

New Dominion Bookshop 404 E. Main St. Monday-Wednesday, Saturday, 9:30-5:30pm; Thursday-Friday, 9:30am-8pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 295-2552. Ongoing: A group show featuring work by Pam Black, Jim Brewer, Kendall Cox, Gray Dodson, John Howard, Patsy Walsh and Rick Watson.

Northside Library 300 Albemarle Sq. 974-6010. Through December 31: A collection of work by the Piedmont Pastelists.

Omni Hotel 235 W. Main St. Contact for hours. 971-5500. December 9-15: Winners of the Design Your Tree Competition, part of the annual Virginia Gingerbread Christmas.

Paintings & Prose Gallery
406 E. Main St. Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm. 220-3490. Through January 29: A holiday group show featuring new work by Chris Wharam, Ted Woodward and members of the High Street Clubhouse.

Para Coffee 19 Elliewood Ave. Contact for hours. paracoffee@gmail.com. Through December 31: “A to Z: Letters for Literacy,” custom lettering and typography by countless local artists, to benefit Literacy Volunteers of Charlottesville/Albemarle.

Shenandoah National Park Trust 414 E. Market St. Call for hours. 293-2728. Ongoing: Original prints by Hullihen Williams Moore.

Small Special Collections Library Adjacent to Alderman Library, on the UVA Grounds. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm; Saturday, 1-5pm. Call for holiday hours. Through January 11: “On the Origin of Species at 150: The Evolution of an Idea,” a collection of artifacts tied to Charles Darwin’s seminal text; “From Village to Grounds: Architecture After Jefferson at the University of Virginia”; and several permanent exhibits.

Speak! Language Center In The Glass Building 313 Second St. SE., suite 109. Call for hours. 245-TALK. Through December 31: Watercolors and prints by Charles Matheson.

Spring Street Boutique 107 W. Main St., on the Downtown Mall. Call for hours. 975-1200. Through December 31: “Stained Glass: Traditional/Non-Traditional,” work by Vee Osvalds.

Thornton Hall Gallery On the UVA Grounds. Ongoing: A collection of paintings by Katelyn Sack.

Vanity Hair Salon 971 Second St. SE, in the Frank Ix Building. Call for hours. 977-3332. Through January 4: Works by members of the inmate art program at Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail.

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Art Upstairs Gallery 112 W. Main St. Tuesday-Sunday, noon-5pm. 923-3900. December 4-31: An all-members show.

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BozArt 211 W. Main St. Wednesday-Thursday, 3-9pm; Friday-Saturday, noon-9pm; Sunday, 1-4pm. 296-3919. www.bozartgallery.com. December 4-27: An all-members Christmas show, featuring works in multiple media.

The Bridge/Progressive Arts Initiative 209 Monticello Rd. Wednesday-Saturday, noon-3pm. 984-5669. Through December 31: The Bridge’s “Anniversary Wall,” celebrating the gallery’s five-year anniversary, is on display. The Bridge offers a variety of workshops, lectures and events each month.

The Gallery at Fifth and Water
107 Fifth St. SE. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 979-9825. Through December 30: “Our Virginia Home,” recent oil paintings by Randy Baskerville.

The Garage 250 N. First St. Visit website to make an appointment. thegarage-cville.com. Through December 31: “This One Will Be Our Peace,” a knitted installation by Maureen Lovett.

Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection
400 Worrell Dr. Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-4pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 244-0234. Through December 20: “What Will Last Beyond Today: John W. Kluge’s Collection of Australian Aboriginal Art.”

La Galeria
218 W. Market St. Call for hours. 293-7003. virginiaartistsinaction.org. Through December 31: Impressionist paintings by Lee J. Nixon.

Les Yeux du Monde 841 Wolf Trap Rd. By appointment only. 973-5566. Through December 31: “From Magic Mountain,” paintings by Russ Warren.

McGuffey Art Center 201 Second St. NW. Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-6pm. 295-7973. Through December 27: An annual Christmas show featuring work by member artists.

Piedmont Virginia Community College 501 College Dr. Monday-Thursday, 9am-10pm; Friday, 9am-5pm; Saturday, 1-5pm. 961-5202. Through January 20: The annual faculty art exhibit, featuring work by Beryl Solla, Rob Tarbell, Tom Clarkson, Stacey Evans, Mark Edwards and more.

Ruffin Gallery 179 Culbreth Rd. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. Call for special hours. 924-6123. Through December 6: “Illustration Bitter and Sweet,” curated by Dean Dass.

Second Street Gallery 115 Second St. SE. Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-6pm. 977-7284. secondstreetgallery.org. Through December 31: Textured paintings on Duralene by Sandeep Mukherjee; “High Lonesome,” works in multiple media by Hilary Wilder.

UVA Art Museum 155 Rugby Rd. Tuesday-Sunday, noon-5pm. 924-3592. Through January 3: “Thomas Jefferson’s Academical Village,” a multimedia collection of objects that details plans for the University of Virginia; “The Expanding Eye: Art Inspired by Edgar Allan Poe”; and “Abstract Photography: Selections from Glenstone.”

Other exhibits

Restaurants, retailers and public spaces that host regular art events

Angelo 220 E. Main St. Monday-Friday, 11am-6pm; Saturday, 11am-5pm. 971-9256. Through December 31: “Inspiration within a Paradigm,” drawings in multiple media by Tracy Verkerke and hand-stitched bags by Annie Runkle.

Blue Ridge Beads and Glass
1724 Allied St. Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-5:30pm. 293-2876. www.blueridgebeads-glass.com. Ongoing: Glass pieces, paintings and instruments by Jerry O’Dell.

C&O Gallery 515 E. Water St. By appointment. 971-7044. December 3-January 31: A collection of new paintings by John Howard. An opening reception is scheduled for Thursday, December 3, from 5-7pm.

C’ville Arts 118 E. Main St. Monday-Thursday, 10am-6pm; Friday, 10am-9pm; Saturday, 10am-8pm; Sunday, noon-6pm. 972-9500. Through December 31: “Just the Perfect Thing for…” an all-members show featuring handcrafted holiday items.

C’ville Coffee 1301 Harris St. Monday-Friday, 7:30am-9pm; Saturday, 8:30am-9pm; Sunday, 9:30am-8pm. 817-2633. Through December 31: Photographs from Kenya by Logan Coleman.

Charlottesville Community Design Center 100 Fifth St. NE. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 984-2232. December 4-January 29: “Neighborhood ReGeneration: The Evolution of Public Housing in Charlottesville,” a collection of informative work from local students and the Charlottesville Redevelopment and Housing Authority.

Dean’s Gallery Second floor of Campbell Hall, on the UVA Grounds. arch.virginia.edu/ spotlight/lines. Through January 29: “Lines,” a collection of work by UVA associate professor of art and architecture Sanda Iliescu.

Fellini’s #9 200 W. Market St. Call for hours. 979-4279. December 4-31: “The Simple Things,” work by Theresa White.

Milano Café 100 W. South St. Sunday-Wednesday, 7am-7pm; Thursday-Saturday, 7am-9pm. 220-4302. Through January 5: A collection of golfing bear portraits by Beth Hermann.

Moxie Hair & Body Lounge 126-C Garrett St. Call for hours. 979-5556. Through December 31: Floral watercolors by Ashley Behr.

New Dominion Bookshop 404 E. Main St. Monday-Wednesday, Saturday, 9:30-5:30pm; Thursday-Friday, 9:30am-8pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 295-2552. Ongoing: A group show featuring work by Pam Black, Jim Brewer, Kendall Cox, Gray Dodson, John Howard, Patsy Walsh and Rick Watson.

Northside Library 300 Albemarle Sq. 974-6010. Through December 31: A collection of work by the Piedmont Pastelists.

Paintings & Prose Gallery 406 E. Main St. Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm. 220-3490. December 4-January 29: A holiday group show featuring new work by Chris Wharam, Ted Woodward and members of the High Street Clubhouse.

Para Coffee 19 Elliewood Ave. Contact for hours. paracoffee@gmail.com. Through December 31: “A to Z: Letters for Literacy,” custom lettering and typography by countless local artists, to benefit Literacy Volunteers of Charlottesville/Albemarle.

Shenandoah National Park Trust 414 E. Market St. Call for hours. 293-2728. Ongoing: Original prints by Hullihen Williams Moore.

Skylight Studios
108 Second St. NW. Contact for hours. 293-3908. Through December 3: “A Traveler’s View,” travel photographs by Karen Kupelian.

Small Special Collections Library Adjacent to Alderman Library, on the UVA Grounds. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm; Saturday, 1-5pm. Call for holiday hours. Through January 11: “On the Origin of Species at 150: The Evolution of an Idea,” a collection of artifacts tied to Charles Darwin’s seminal text; “From Village to Grounds: Architecture After Jefferson at the University of Virginia”; and several permanent exhibits.

Speak! Language Center In The Glass Building 313 Second St. SE., suite 109. Call for hours. 245-TALK. Through December 31: Watercolors and prints by Charles Matheson.

Spring Street Boutique 107 W. Main St., on the Downtown Mall. Call for hours. 975-1200. December 4-31: “Stained Glass: Traditional/Non-Traditional,” work by Vee Osvalds.

Vanity Hair Salon 971 Second St. SE, in the Frank Ix Building. Call for hours. 977-3332. Through January 4: Works by members of the inmate art program at Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail.

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Art Upstairs Gallery 112 W. Main St. Tuesday-Sunday, noon-5pm. 923-3900. Through November 29: “From Sketch Book to Canvas,” mixed-media works by Barbara Wachter.

BozArt 211 W. Main St. Wednesday-Thursday, 3-9pm; Friday-Saturday, noon-9pm; Sunday, 1-4pm. 296-3919. www.bozartgallery.com. Through November 29: “Toward the Light,” paintings by Phyllis Koch-Sheras; benefit “Art for Alzheimer’s” exhibition.

The Bridge/Progressive Arts Initiative
209 Monticello Rd. Wednesday-Saturday, noon-3pm. 984-5669. Through November 28: “Anniversary Wall,” a collaborative painting to celebrate The Bridge’s five-year anniversary. The Bridge offers a variety of workshops, lectures and events each month.

The Gallery at Fifth and Water 107 Fifth St. SE. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 979-9825. Through November 27: “November Delights,” works by Charles Battig, Joanne Coleman and Trilbie Knapp.

The Garage 250 N. First St. Visit website to make an appointment. thegarage-cville.com. Through November 30: “Staycation,” prints by Dana Giacofci.

Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection
400 Worrell Dr. Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-4pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 244-0234. Through December 20: “What Will Last Beyond Today: John W. Kluge’s Collection of Australian Aboriginal Art.”

Les Yeux du Monde 841 Wolf Trap Rd. By appointment only. 973-5566. November 20-December 31: “From Magic Mountain,” paintings by Russ Warren. A reception is scheduled for November 20 from 5:30-7:30pm.

McGuffey Art Center 201 Second St. NW. Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-6pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 295-7973. Through November 22: Sculpture by Gregory Vose; oil landscapes by Steve Taylor; ink on canvas images of faces by Blake Hurt; photographs by Cat Thrasher; paintings by Etta Harmon.

Piedmont Virginia Community College 501 College Dr. Monday-Thursday, 9am-10pm; Friday, 9am-5pm; Saturday, 1-5pm. 961-5202. Through January 20, 2010: The annual faculty art exhibit, featuring work by Beryl Solla, Rob Tarbell, Tom Clarkson, Stacey Evans, Mark Edwards and more.

Ruffin Gallery 179 Culbreth Rd. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. Call for special hours. 924-6123. Through December 6: “Illustration Bitter and Sweet,” curated by Dean Dass.

Second Street Gallery 115 Second St. SE. Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-6pm. 977-7284. secondstreetgallery.org. Through December 31: Textured paintings on Duralene by Sandeep Mukherjee; “High Lonesome,” works in multiple media by Hilary Wilder.

UVA Art Museum 155 Rugby Rd. Tuesday-Sunday, noon-5pm. 924-3592. Through January 3, 2010: “Thomas Jefferson’s Academical Village,” a multimedia collection of objects that details plans for the University of Virginia; “The Expanding Eye: Art Inspired by Edgar Allan Poe”; and “Abstract Photography: Selections from Glenstone.”

Other exhibits

Restaurants, retailers and public spaces that host regular art events

Angelo 220 E. Main St. Monday-Friday, 11am-6pm; Saturday, 11am-5pm. 971-9256. Through December 31: “Inspiration within a Paradigm,” drawings in multiple media by Tracy Verkerke and hand-stitched bags by Annie Runkle.

Blue Ridge Beads and Glass 1724 Allied St. Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-5:30pm. 293-2876. www.blueridgebeads-glass.com. Ongoing: Glass pieces, paintings and instruments by Jerry O’Dell.

C&O Gallery 515 E. Water St. By appointment. 971-7044. Through December 1: “A Green Tree,” a collection of green mixed-media paintings by Jessica Ritenour.

C’ville Arts 118 E. Main St. Monday-Thursday, 10am-6pm; Friday, 10am-9pm; Saturday, 10am-8pm; Sunday, noon-6pm. 972-9500. Through November 30: “Silk Sensations: The Art of the Scarf,” works by Gillian Ruffa.

Café Cubano 112 W. Main St. Call for hours. 971-8743. Through November 30: A collection of acrylic paintings by V-Anne Evans.

Charlottesville Community Design Center 100 Fifth St. NE. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 984-2232. Through November 30: “This is Design,” a collection of work from CCDC’s second annual design marathon.

Christopher Counts Studio 300 W. Main St. Call for hours. 466-9910. Through November 30: “Veduta Urbana,” drawings and paintings by Christopher Counts.

Enoteca 401 E. Main St., Downtown Mall. Monday-Saturday, 3pm-midnight; Sunday, 3-10pm. 974-9463. Through November 30: Abstract paintings by Carrie Payne.

Fellini’s #9 200 W. Market St. Call for hours. 979-4279. Through December 2: “Many Faces, One Body,” paintings by Mike Uriss.

Java Java 421 E. Main St. Monday-Friday, 7am-6pm; Saturday-Sunday, 8am-6pm. 245-0020. Through November 30: “Xs and Os,” watercolor paintings by Kathy Kuhlmann.

Maya 633 W. Main St. Sunday-Thursday, 5-10pm; Friday-Saturday, 5-11pm. 979-6292. Through November 30: Paintings by Lee Alter.

Moxie Hair & Body Lounge 126-C Garrett St. Call for hours. 979-5556. Through November 30: Floral watercolors by Ashley Behr.

Mudhouse 213 W. Main St. Monday-Thursday, 6:30am-10pm; Friday-Saturday, 6:30am-11pm; Sunday, 7am-7pm. 984-6833. Through November 30: “Unspoken Dialogues,” paintings by Polly Breckenridge.

New Dominion Bookshop 404 E. Main St. Monday-Wednesday, Saturday, 9:30-5:30pm; Thursday-Friday, 9:30am-8pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 295-2552. Ongoing: A group show featuring work by Pam Black, Jim Brewer, Kendall Cox, Gray Dodson, John Howard, Patsy Walsh and Rick Watson.

Para Coffee 19 Elliewood Ave. Contact for hours. paracoffee@gmail.com. Through December 31: “A to Z: Letters for Literacy,” custom lettering and typography by countless local artists, to benefit Literacy Volunteers of Charlottesville/Albemarle.

Shenandoah National Park Trust 414 E. Market St. Call for hours. 293-2728. Ongoing: Original prints by Hullihen Williams Moore.

Skylight Studios 108 Second St. NW. Contact for hours. 293-3908. Through December 3: “A Traveler’s View,” travel photographs by Karen Kupelian.

Small Special Collections Library
On the UVA Grounds. Monday-Friday, 9am-9pm; Saturday, 9am-5pm. Through January 11, 2010: “On the Origin of Species at 150: The Evolution of an Idea,” a collection of artifacts tied to Charles Darwin’s seminal text.

Speak! Language Center
In The Glass Building 313 Second St. SE., suite 109. Call for hours. 245-TALK. Through December 31: Watercolors by Charles Matheson featuring Robert Redd.

Spring Street Boutique 107 W. Main St., on the Downtown Mall. Call for hours. 975-1200. Through November 30: “Joie des Couleurs,” photographs by Melissa Knabe.

Vanity Hair Salon 971 Second St. SE, in the Frank Ix Building. Call for hours. 977-3332. Through January 4, 2010: Works by members of the inmate art program at Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail.

Westminster Canterbury 250 Pantops Mt. Rd. Call for hours. 972-2458. Through November 30: Paintings by Chica Tenny.

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Art Upstairs Gallery 112 W. Main St. Tuesday-Sunday, noon-5pm. 923-3900. Through November 29: “From Sketch Book to Canvas,” mixed-media works by Barbara Wachter.

BozArt 211 W. Main St. Wednesday-Thursday, 3-9pm; Friday-Saturday, noon-9pm; Sunday, 1-4pm. 296-3919. www.bozartgallery.com. Through November 29: “Toward the Light,” paintings by Phyllis Koch-Sheras; benefit “Art for Alzheimer’s” exhibition.

The Bridge/Progressive Arts Initiative 209 Monticello Rd. Wednesday-Saturday, noon-3pm. 984-5669. November 6-28: “Anniversary Wall,” a collaborative painting to celebrate The Bridge’s five-year anniversary. The Bridge offers a variety of workshops, lectures and events each month.

The Gallery at Fifth and Water
107 Fifth St. SE. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 979-9825. November 6-27: “November Delights,” works by Charles Battig, Joanne Coleman and Trilbie Knapp.

The Garage
250 N. First St. Visit website to make an appointment. thegarage-cville.com. November 6-30: “Staycation,” prints by Dana Giacofci.

Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection 400 Worrell Dr. Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-4pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 244-0234. Through December 20: “What Will Last Beyond Today: John W. Kluge’s Collection of Australian Aboriginal Art.”

Les Yeux du Monde
841 Wolf Trap Rd. By appointment only. 973-5566. Through November 14: New paintings by UVA professor Dean Dass.

McGuffey Art Center 201 Second St. NW. Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-6pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 295-7973. Through November 22: Sculpture by Gregory Vose; oil landscapes by Steve Taylor; ink on canvas images of faces by Blake Hurt; photographs by Cat Thrasher; paintings by Etta Harmon.

Piedmont Virginia Community College 501 College Dr. Monday-Thursday, 9am-10pm; Friday, 9am-5pm; Saturday, 1-5pm. 961-5202. Through November 14: New exhibits from Greg Stewart, Allyson Mellberg, Jeremy Taylor, Allison Sommers, Sarah Murphy and Shelby Fischer.

Ruffin Gallery 179 Culbreth Rd. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. Call for special hours. 924-6123. Through November 6: “Solera: For Sound, Site and Time,” a sound sculpture by Peter Traub (read Feedback for more). Through December 6: “Illustration Bitter and Sweet,” curated by Dean Dass.

Second Street Gallery 115 Second St. SE. Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-6pm. 977-7284. secondstreetgallery.org. Through December 31: Textured paintings on Duralene by Sandeep Mukherjee; “High Lonesome,” works in multiple media by Hilary Wilder.

UVA Art Museum 155 Rugby Rd. Tuesday-Sunday, noon-5pm. 924-3592. Through January 3, 2010: “Thomas Jefferson’s Academical Village,” a multimedia collection of objects that details plans for the University of Virginia; “The Expanding Eye: Art Inspired by Edgar Allan Poe”; and “Abstract Photography: Selections from Glenstone.”

Other exhibits

Restaurants, retailers and public spaces that host regular art events

Angelo 220 E. Main St. Monday-Friday, 11am-6pm; Saturday, 11am-5pm. 971-9256. Through December 31: “Inspiration within a Paradigm,” drawings in multiple media by Tracy Verkerke and hand-stitched bags by Annie Runkle.

Blue Ridge Beads and Glass 1724 Allied St. Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-5:30pm. 293-2876. www.blueridgebeads-glass.com. Ongoing: Glass pieces, paintings and instruments by Jerry O’Dell.

C&O Gallery 515 E. Water St. By appointment. 971-7044. Through December 1: “A Green Tree,” a collection of green mixed-media paintings by Jessica Ritenour.

C’ville Arts
118 E. Main St. Monday-Thursday, 10am-6pm; Friday, 10am-9pm; Saturday, 10am-8pm; Sunday, noon-6pm. 972-9500. Through November 30: “Silk Sensations: The Art of the Scarf,” works by Gillian Ruffa.

Café Cubano 112 W. Main St. Call for hours. 971-8743. Through November 5: “Going to Market,” paintings by Mary Michaela Murray.

Charlottesville Community Design Center
100 Fifth St. NE. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 984-2232. Through November 30: “This is Design,” a collection of work from CCDC’s second annual design marathon.

Enoteca 401 E. Main St., Downtown Mall. Monday-Saturday, 3pm-midnight; Sunday, 3-10pm. 974-9463. Through November 30: Abstract paintings by Carrie Payne.

Fellini’s #9 200 W. Market St. Call for hours. 979-4279. Through December 2: “Many Faces, One Body,” paintings by Mike Uriss.

Firenze Silver 321 E. Water St. Call for hours. 244-0843. Through November 5: Recent mixed media and acrylics by Darrell Rose.

Java Java 421 E. Main St. Monday-Friday, 7am-6pm; Saturday-Sunday, 8am-6pm. 245-0020. Through November 30: “Xs and Os,” watercolor paintings by Kathy Kuhlmann.

Jefferson Library 1329 Kenwood Farm Ln. Call for hours. 964-7540. Through November 12: “Lucy Meriwether Lewis Marks: A Biographical and Botanical Art Exhibit.”

Maya 633 W. Main St. Sunday-Thursday, 5-10pm; Friday-Saturday, 5-11pm. 979-6292. Through November 30: Paintings by Lee Alter.

Moxie Hair & Body Lounge 126-C Garrett St. Call for hours. 979-5556. Through November 30: Floral watercolors by Ashley Behr.

Mudhouse 213 W. Main St. Monday-Thursday, 6:30am-10pm; Friday-Saturday, 6:30am-11pm; Sunday, 7am-7pm. 984-6833. Through November 30: “Unspoken Dialogues,” paintings by Polly Breckenridge.

New Dominion Bookshop 404 E. Main St. Monday-Wednesday, Saturday, 9:30-5:30pm; Thursday-Friday, 9:30am-8pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 295-2552. Ongoing: A group show featuring work by Pam Black, Jim Brewer, Kendall Cox, Gray Dodson, John Howard, Patsy Walsh and Rick Watson.

Para Coffee 19 Elliewood Ave. Contact for hours. paracoffee@gmail.com. Through December 31: “A to Z: Letters for Literacy,” custom lettering and typography by countless local artists, to benefit Literacy Volunteers of Charlottesville/Albemarle.

Shenandoah National Park Trust 414 E. Market St. Call for hours. 293-2728. Ongoing: Original prints by Hullihen Williams Moore.

Skylight Studios 108 Second St. NW. Contact for hours. 293-3908. November 6-December 3: “A Traveler’s View,” travel photographs by Karen Kupelian.

Small Special Collections Library On the UVA Grounds. Monday-Friday, 9am-9pm; Saturday, 9am-5pm. Through January 11: “On the Origin of Species at 150: The Evolution of an Idea,” a collection of artifacts tied to Charles Darwin’s seminal text.

Spring Street Boutique 107 W. Main St., on the Downtown Mall. Call for hours. 975-1200. November 6-30: “Joie des Couleurs,” photographs by Melissa Knabe.

Westminster Canterbury
250 Pantops Mt. Rd. Call for hours. 972-2458. Through November 30: Paintings by Chica Tenny.

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Art Upstairs Gallery 112 W. Main St. Tuesday-Sunday, noon-5pm. 923-3900. Through November 1: “Patron Art Show: Everyone’s a Winner,” works by multiple artists.

BozArt 211 W. Main St. Wednesday-Thursday, 3-9pm; Friday-Saturday, noon-9pm; Sunday, 1-4pm. 296-3919. www.bozartgallery.com. Through November 1: Graphite drawings of portraits, stills and landscapes by Michele Price.

The Bridge/Progressive Arts Initiative 209 Monticello Rd. Wednesday-Saturday, noon-3pm. 984-5669. Through October 31: “Harvest,” featuring works by Greg Stewart, Jason Polan, Travis Robertson, Allyson Mellberg, Jeremy Taylor and more. The Bridge also offers a variety of workshops, lectures and events as part of “Harvest.”

The Gallery at Fifth and Water 107 Fifth St. SE. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 979-9825. Through October 29: “Beyond the Bars,” works in multiple media by inmates from the Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail.

The Garage 250 N. First St. Visit website to make an appointment. thegarage-cville.com. Through October 31: Works by James Ford.

Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection 400 Worrell Dr. Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-4pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 244-0234. Through December 20: “What Will Last Beyond Today: John W. Kluge’s Collection of Australian Aboriginal Art.”

La Galeria 218 W. Market St. Monday-Friday, 11:30am-5:30pm. 293-7003. Through October 31: “Autumn’s First Blush,” oil paintings by Ruth Hembree.

Les Yeux du Monde 841 Wolf Trap Rd. By appointment only. 973-5566. Through October November 14: New paintings by UVA professor Dean Dass.

McGuffey Art Center 201 Second St. NW. Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-6pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 295-7973. Through October 31: Oil works by Bob Anderson, Cynthia Burke and Michelle Gagliano; recent works by Rachel Kerwin; black-and-white photographs by Christopher Rok.

Piedmont Virginia Community College 501 College Dr. Monday-Thursday, 9am-10pm; Friday, 9am-5pm; Saturday, 1-5pm. 961-5202. Through November 14: New exhibits from Greg Stewart, Allyson Mellberg, Jeremy Taylor, Allison Sommers, Sarah Murphy and Shelby Fischer.

Ruffin Gallery 179 Culbreth Rd. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. Call for special hours. 924-6123. Through October 23: “My Life in Politics,” large-scale photographs by Tim Davis.

Sage Moon Gallery, LLC At Siips, 212 E. Main St. Monday-Wednesday, 4-10pm; Thursday-Saturday, 11:30am-midnight; Sunday, 11am-9pm. 872-0056. Through October 31: “Dawn to Dusk: The Charlottesville Mall,” photographs by student at Charlottesville High School.

Second Street Gallery 115 Second St. SE. Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-6pm. 977-7284. secondstreetgallery.org. Through October 31: “Fairytales and Reveries,” photographs by John Grant; “Daemons,” photographs by Georgianne Stinnett; “Happily Ever After,” fictional scenes in multiple media by Marko Maetamm.

UVA Art Museum 155 Rugby Rd. Tuesday-Sunday, noon-5pm. 924-3592. Through January 3, 2010: “Thomas Jefferson’s Academical Village,” a multimedia collection of objects that details plans for the University of Virginia; “The Expanding Eye: Art Inspired by Edgar Allan Poe”; and “Abstract Photography: Selections from Glenstone.”

Other exhibits

Restaurants, retailers and public spaces that host regular art events

Angelo 220 E. Main St. Monday-Friday, 11am-6pm; Saturday, 11am-5pm. 971-9256. Through October 31: “Dreaming Dam Square,” mixed-media collages by Loes van Riel.

The Art Life Studio In the Glass Building, 313 Second St. SE. Call for hours. 996-8087. Through October 31: Recent works by Jill Baskin and Heather McNulty.

The Barn Swallow 796 Gillums Ridge Rd. Thursday-Saturday, 9am-5pm; Sunday, noon-5pm. 979-4884. Through October 31: “Leaves and Layers,” hand-printed art quilts and textile collages by Lotta Helleberg.

Blue Ridge Beads and Glass 1724 Allied St. Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-5:30pm. 293-2876. www.blueridgebeads-glass.com. Ongoing: Glass pieces, paintings and instruments by Jerry O’Dell.

C&O Gallery 515 E. Water St. By appointment. 971-7044. Through December 1: “A Green Tree,” a collection of green mixed-media paintings by Jessica Ritenour.

C’ville Arts 118 E. Main St. Monday-Thursday, 10am-6pm; Friday, 10am-9pm; Saturday, 10am-8pm; Sunday, noon-6pm. 972-9500. Through October 31: Works by Milenko Katic.

Café Cubano 112 W. Main St. Call for hours. 971-8743. Through November 5: “Going to Market,” paintings by Mary Michaela Murray.

Charlottesville Community Design Center 100 Fifth St. NE. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 984-2232. Through November 27: “This is Design,” a collection of work from CCDC’s second annual design marathon.

The Downtown Transit Station Lower level, 615 E. Water St. Monday-Saturday, 8am-8pm; Sunday, 9am-5pm. Through October 31: “Train-Scapes,” landscape photographs through train windows by Stacey Evans.

Eloise 219 W. Water St. Call for hours. 295-3905. Through October 31: “Hand in Hand,” works by Beth Neville Evans, Shelby Fischer and Frankie Slaughter.

Fellini’s #9 200 W. Market St. Call for hours. 979-4279. Through October 31: “Eclectica” by Martin Phillips.

Firenze Silver 321 E. Water St. Call for hours. 244-0843. Through November 5: Recent mixed media and acrylics by Darrell Rose.

Great Graphics 407 E. Main St. Call for hours. 220-7474. Through October 31: “Meditation on Canvas,” abstract paintings by Rhonda Raban.

Jefferson Library 1329 Kenwood Farm Ln. Call for hours. 964-7540. Through November 12: “Lucy Meriwether Lewis Marks: A Biographical and Botanical Art Exhibit.”

Maya 633 W. Main St. Sunday-Thursday, 5-10pm; Friday-Saturday, 5-11pm. 979-6292. Through November 30: Paintings by Lee Alter.

Nest Realty Group 126 Garrett St. Contact for hours. 466-8670. Through October 31: Landscape paintings by Amy Varner and jewelry by Whitney Stevens, 5-8pm.

New Dominion Bookshop 404 E. Main St. Monday-Wednesday, Saturday, 9:30-5:30pm; Thursday-Friday, 9:30am-8pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 295-2552. Ongoing: A group show featuring work by Pam Black, Jim Brewer, Kendall Cox, Gray Dodson, John Howard, Patsy Walsh and Rick Watson.

Shenandoah National Park Trust 414 E. Market St. Call for hours. 293-2728. Ongoing: Original prints by Hullihen Williams Moore.

Thomas Jefferson Memorial Church 717 Rugby Rd. Sunday-Friday, 9am-4pm. 293-8179. Through November 1: Watercolor paintings by Bonnie Abbott.

Three Esthetics & Hair Care 313 Second St. SE, suite 110. Call for hours. 923-0333. Through October 31: “Colors of Yes,” acrylic paintings by Janet Pearlman.

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Art Upstairs Gallery 112 W. Main St. Tuesday-Sunday, noon-5pm. 923-3900. Through September 27: “Home Sweet Home: Scenes We Know and Love,” oil paintings by Randy Sights Baskerville.

BozArt 211 W. Main St. Wednesday-Thursday, 3-9pm; Friday-Saturday, noon-9pm; Sunday, 1-4pm. 296-3919. www.bozartgallery.com. Through September 27: “Surfaces—Abstracts in Acrylic,” works by Ucky Light.

The Bridge/Progressive Arts Initiative
209 Monticello Rd. Wednesday-Saturday, noon-3pm. 984-5669. Through September 26: New work from David Ellis and Roberto Lange.

C’ville Arts
118 E. Main St. Monday-Thursday, 10am-6pm; Friday, 10am-9pm; Saturday, 10am-8pm; Sunday, noon-6pm. 972-9500. www.charlottesvillearts.com. Through September 30: “East and West in Harmony,” watercolors by Nga Bui Katz and ceramic works by Jennifer Paxton.

The Gallery at Fifth and Water 107 Fifth St. SE. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 979-9825. Through September 28: “Man and Nature’s Bounties,” works in oil, gauche and photo by Susan Ema Vernon.

The Garage 250 N. First St. Visit website to make an appointment. thegarage-cville.com. Through September 30: “Folly,” mixed-media collaborative work by Corey Kitzke and Dave Moore.

Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection 400 Worrell Dr. Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-4pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 244-0234. Through December 20: “What Will Last Beyond Today: John W. Kluge’s Collection of Australian Aboriginal Art.”

McGuffey Art Center 201 Second St. NW. Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-6pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 295-7973. Through September 27: Recent oil paintings by Katie Marshall; the annual Charlottesville Watercolor Guild Show.

Piedmont Virginia Community College 501 College Dr. Monday-Thursday, 9am-10pm; Friday, 9am-5pm; Saturday, 1-5pm. 961-5202. Through November 14: New exhibits from Greg Stewart, Allyson Mellberg, Jeremy Taylor, Allison Sommers, Sarah Murphy and Shelby Fischer.

Ruffin Gallery
179 Culbreth Rd. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. Call for special hours. 924-6123. Through September 18: The first UVA faculty art exhibit in the newest exhibition space on Grounds, featuring work by Dean Dass, Clay Witt, Kevin Everson, Amy Chan and more.

Sage Moon Gallery, LLC Located at Siips, 212 E. Main St. Daily, 11am-9pm. 977-9997. Through September 30: “The Hershey Experience,” paintings by Terry Hershey.

Second Street Gallery
115 Second St. SE. Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-6pm. 977-7284. secondstreetgallery.org. Through September 27: “Mountaintop,” a site-specific installation concerning energy use and mountaintop removal mining by Jason Brown and Elizabeth Scofield; “Faustus’s Children,” an allusive, cinematic retelling of the Faust legend by Michele O’Marah, David Jones and Tim Jackson.

Skylight Studios 108 Second St. NW. Contact for hours. skylightcville@gmail.com. Through September 31: Work from resident artists, including owners Kelly Oakes and Kate Barton.

UVA Art Museum
155 Rugby Rd. Tuesday-Sunday, noon-5pm. 924-3592. Through January 3, 2010: “Thomas Jefferson’s Academical Village,” a multimedia collection of objects that details plans for the University of Virginia; “The Expanding Eye: Art Inspired by Edgar Allan Poe”; and “Abstract Photography: Selections from Glenstone.”

Other exhibits

Restaurants, retailers and public spaces that host regular art events

Angelo 220 E. Main St. Monday-Friday, 11am-6pm; Saturday, 11am-5pm. 971-9256. Through October 31: “Dreaming Dam Square,” mixed-media collages by Loes van Riel.

Black Rock Gallery Mountain Inn, Wintergreen. Call for hours. 325-7700. Through November 2: Mixed-media prints by Ted Pfaltz.

Blue Ridge Beads and Glass 1724 Allied St. Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-5:30pm. 293-2876. www.blueridgebeads-glass.com. Ongoing: Glass pieces, paintings and instruments by Jerry O’Dell.

Café Cubano 112 W. Main St. Call for hours. 971-8743. Through September 30: Oil paintings by Letran Sherman.

Charlottesville Community Design Center 100 Fifth St. NE. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 984-2232. Through September 25: The CCDC celebrates its fifth anniversary with a retrospective of projects, places and people from its past, and a few thoughts about its future.

The Downtown Transit Station Lower level, 615 E. Water St. Monday-Saturday, 8am-8pm; Sunday, 9am-5pm. Through October 31: “Train-Scapes,” landscape photographs through train windows by Stacey Evans.

Fellini’s #9 200 W. Market St. Call for hours. 979-4279. Through October 1: “Action/Reaction,” lacrosse documentary photographs by Tom McCrystal.

Jefferson Library 1329 Kenwood Farm Ln. Call for hours. 964-7540. Through November 12: “Lucy Meriwether Lewis Marks: A Biographical and Botanical Art Exhibit.”

The Local 824 Hinton Ave. Daily, 5pm-close. 984-9749. Through September 30: “Escape from Eden,” paintings by Roban Griffin.

Mudhouse 213 W. Main St. Monday-Thursday, 6:30am-10pm; Friday-Saturday, 6:30am-11pm; Sunday, 7am-7pm. 984-6833. Through September 26: Nude paintings by Eliza Martin.

New Dominion Bookshop 404 E. Main St. Monday-Wednesday, Saturday, 9:30-5:30pm; Thursday-Friday, 9:30am-8pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 295-2552. Ongoing: A group show featuring work by Pam Black, Jim Brewer, Kendall Cox, Gray Dodson, John Howard, Patsy Walsh and Rick Watson.

Shenandoah National Park Trust 414 E. Market St. Call for hours. 293-2728. Ongoing: Original prints by Hullihen Williams Moore.

Sidetracks Music
218 W. Water St. Call for hours. 295-3080. Through September 30: “The Great Happening Illimitably Earth,” acrylic paintings and prints by Karen Milnes.

Spring Street Boutique 107 W. Main St., on the Downtown Mall. Call for hours. 975-1200. Through September October 31: “Ciudades/Cittá/Villes/Steden/Cities,” photographs by Liza Bishop and Neil Paxson.

Three Esthetics & Hair Care 313 Second St. SE, suite 110. Call for hours. 923-0333. Through October 31: “Colors of Yes,” acrylic paintings by Janet Pearlman.

Twisted Branch Tea Bazaar 414 E. Main St. Call for hours. 293-9947. Through September 30: “The Lighthouse Licks the Cemetery’s Wake,” photography, poetry and drawings by Jenny Bass and Cindy Leal.

Virginia Discovery Museum East end of the Downtown Mall. Call for hours. 977-1025. vadm.org. Through September 30: “Slither, Fly, Hop,” pen and ink drawings by Megan LeBoutillier.

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Art Upstairs Gallery 112 W. Main St. Tuesday-Sunday, noon-5pm. 923-3900. Through September 27: “Home Sweet Home: Scenes We Know and Love,” oil paintings by Randy Sights Baskerville.

BozArt 211 W. Main St. Wednesday-Thursday, 3-9pm; Friday-Saturday, noon-9pm; Sunday, 1-4pm. 296-3919. www.bozartgallery.com. September 4-27: “Surfaces—Abstracts in Acrylic,” works by Ucky Light.

The Bridge/Progressive Arts Initiative 209 Monticello Rd. Wednesday-Saturday, noon-3pm. 984-5669. September 4-26: New work from David Ellis and Roberto Lange.

C’ville Arts 118 East Main St. Monday-Thursday, 10am-6pm; Friday, 10am-9pm; Saturday, 10am-8pm; Sunday, noon-6pm. 972-9500. www.charlottesvillearts.com. Through September 30: “East and West in Harmony,” watercolors by Nga Bui Katz and ceramic works by Jennifer Paxton.

The Gallery at Fifth and Water
107 Fifth St. SE. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 979-9825. September 4-28: “Man and Nature’s Bounties,” works in oil, gauche and photo by Susan Ema Vernon.

The Garage 250 N. First St. Visit website to make an appointment. thegarage-cville.com. September 4-30: “Folly,” mixed-media collaborative work by Corey Kitzke and Dave Moore.

Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection 400 Worrell Dr. Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-4pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 244-0234. Through December 20: “What Will Last Beyond Today: John W. Kluge’s Collection of Australian Aboriginal Art.”

McGuffey Art Center
201 Second St. NW. Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-6pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 295-7973. Through September 27: Recent oil paintings by Katie Marshall; the annual Charlottesville Watercolor Guild Show.

Ruffin Gallery 179 Culbreth Rd. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. Call for special hours. 924-6123. Through September 18: The first UVA faculty art exhibit in the newest exhibition space on Grounds, featuring work by Dean Dass, Clay Witt, Kevin Everson, Amy Chan and more.

Sage Moon Gallery, LLC Located at Siips, 212 E. Main St. Daily, 11am-9pm. 977-9997. Through September 30: “The Hershey Experience,” paintings by Terry Hershey.

Second Street Gallery 115 Second St. SE. Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-6pm. 977-7284. secondstreetgallery.org. September 4-27: “Mountaintop,” a site-specific installation concerning energy use and mountaintop removal mining by Jason Brown and Elizabeth Scofield; “Faustus’s Children,” an allusive, cinematic retelling of the Faust legend by Michele O’Marah, David Jones and Tim Jackson.

Skylight Studios 108 Second St. NW. Contact for hours. skylightcville@gmail.com. September 4-31: Work from resident artists, including owners Kelly Oakes and Kate Barton.

Other exhibits

Restaurants, retailers and public spaces that host regular art events

Angelo 220 E. Main St. Monday-Friday, 11am-6pm; Saturday, 11am-5pm. 971-9256. Through October 31: “Dreaming Dam Square,” mixed-media collages by Loes van Riel.

Black Rock Gallery Mountain Inn, Wintergreen. Call for hours. 325-7700. Through November 2: Mixed-media prints by Ted Pfaltz.

Blue Ridge Beads and Glass 1724 Allied St. Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-5:30pm. 293-2876. www.blueridgebeads-glass.com. Ongoing: Glass pieces, paintings and instruments by Jerry O’Dell.

Café Cubano 112 W. Main St. Call for hours. 971-8743. Through September 30: Oil paintings by Letran Sherman.

Charlottesville Community Design Center
100 Fifth St. NE. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 984-2232. September 4-25: The CCDC celebrates its fifth anniversary with a retrospective of projects, places and people from its past, and a few thoughts about its future.

The Downtown Transit Station Lower level, 615 E. Water St. Monday-Saturday, 8am-8pm; Sunday, 9am-5pm. Through October 31: “Train-Scapes,” landscape photographs through train windows by Stacey Evans.

Fellini’s #9 200 W. Market St. Call for hours. 979-4279. Through October 1: “Action/Reaction,” lacrosse documentary photographs by Tom McCrystal.

Jefferson Library 1329 Kenwood Farm Ln. Call for hours. 964-7540. Through November 12: “Lucy Meriwether Lewis Marks: A Biographical and Botanical Art Exhibit.”

Newcomb Hall Art Gallery
On the UVA Grounds. Call for hours. 249-2354. Through September 3: “Water & Health: Photovoice,” a cooperative photography project between the University of Virginia and the University of Venda in Limpopo, South Africa.

Paintings & Prose
406 E. Main St. Call for hours. 220-3490. Through September 4: “Assemblages,” featuring works by Richard J. Bay, Jay Hall, Carla Paynter, and curated by Dorothy Palanza.

Shenandoah National Park Trust 414 E. Market St. Call for hours. 293-2728. Ongoing: Original prints by Hullihen Williams Moore.

Sidetracks Music 218 W. Water St. Call for hours. 295-3080. September 4-30: “The Great Happening Illimitably Earth,” acrylic paintings and prints by Karen Milnes.

Spring Street Boutique 107 W. Main St., on the Downtown Mall. Call for hours. 975-1200. September 4-October 31: “Ciudades/ Cittá/Villes/Steden/Cities,” photographs by Liza Bishop and Neil Paxson.

Thomas Jefferson Memorial Church 717 Rugby Rd. 293-8179. Sunday-Friday, 9am-4pm. Through September 6: A retrospective of work by painter Marie W.B. Brodhead.

Twisted Branch Tea Bazaar 414 E. Main St. Call for hours. 293-9947. Through September 30: “The Lighthouse Licks the Cemetery’s Wake,” photography, poetry and drawings by Jenny Bass and Cindy Leal.

Virginia Discovery Museum East end of the Downtown Mall. Call for hours. 977-1025. vadm.org. Through September 30: “Slither, Fly, Hop,” pen and ink drawings by Megan LeBoutillier.

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BozArt 211 W. Main St. Wednesday-Thursday, 3-9pm; Friday-Saturday, noon-9pm; Sunday, 1-4pm. 296-3919. www.bozartgallery.com. Through August 31: Works from associate members of the gallery.

C’ville Arts
118 East Main St. Monday-Thursday, 10am-6pm; Friday, 10am-9pm; Saturday, 10am-8pm; Sunday, noon-6pm. 972-9500. www.charlottesvillearts.com. Through August 31: “Let the Games Begin,” intricate chess sets and other one-of-a-kind bead creations by the Bead Brothers, Steve and Lisa Cunningham.

Flying Pig Art Center
561 Valley St., Scottsville. Thursday, 9am-3pm; Saturday-Sunday, 11am-1:30pm. 996-7388. flyingpigartcenter.com. Through August 31: “Debris: Paintings by Chris Noel.” Also offers weekly classes in a variety of media.

The Gallery at Fifth and Water 107 Fifth St. SE. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 979-9825. Through August 28: “A Life in the Country,” recent paintings by Tina Wade.

The Garage 250 N. First St. By appointment; contact Greg Antrim Kelly at 242-0905. thegarage-cville.com. Through August 31: “The Suitcase Show,” hundreds of works culled from three years of drawing parties, featuring countless local artists.

Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection 400 Worrell Dr. Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-4pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 244-0234. Through December 20: “What Will Last Beyond Today: John W. Kluge’s Collection of Australian Aboriginal Art.” An opening reception is scheduled for August 28, 5:30-7:30pm.

La Galeria 218 W. Main St. Call for hours. 293-7003. Through August 31: “A Walk Through UVA,” a collection of works by various artists in multiple media.

Les Yeux du Monde 841 Wolf Trap Rd. By appointment only. 973-5566. Through August 29: A collection of vintage prints from John Grant.

PVCC 501 College Dr. Monday-Thursday, 9am-10pm; Friday, 9am-5pm; Saturday, 1-5pm. 961-5202. Through August 27: The annual student art exhibition.

Ruffin Gallery 179 Culbreth Rd. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. Call for special hours. 924-6123. August 28-September 18: The first UVA faculty art exhibit in the newest exhibition space on Grounds, featuring work by Dean Dass, Clay Witt, Kevin Everson, Amy Chan and more.

Sage Moon Gallery, LLC Located at Siips, 212 E. Main St. Call for business hours. 977-9997. Through August 31: “Lands and Ladies,” oil paintings of landscapes and figures by Sarah Park.

Other exhibits

Restaurants, retailers and public spaces that host regular art events

Angelo 220 E. Main St. Monday-Friday, 11am-6pm; Saturday, 11am-5pm. 971-9256. Through August 31: “Out to Pasture,” pastoral paintings by Nancy Bass.

Black Rock Gallery Mountain Inn, Wintergreen. Call for hours. 325-7700. Through November 2: Mixed-media prints by Ted Pfaltz.

Blue Ridge Beads and Glass
1724 Allied St. Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-5:30pm. 293-2876. www.blueridgebeads-glass.com. Ongoing: Glass pieces, paintings and instruments by Jerry O’Dell.

C&O Gallery 515 E. Water St. Sunday-Thursday, 5-10pm; Friday-Saturday, 5-11pm; or by appointment. 971-7044. Through August 31: Paintings by Edward Thomas.

Café Cubano 112 W. Main St. Call for hours. 971-8743. Through August 31: “Transformation,” recent works by Flame Bilyue.

Charlottesville Community Design Center 100 Fifth St. NE. 984-2232. Through August 31: “(In) Play: Green Spaces Competition,” featuring entries from the James River Green Building Council’s annual sustainable design competition.

Fellini’s #9 200 W. Market St. Call for hours. 979-4279. Through August 31: “Ntombazana: A Story of an African Elephant Family,” by Michael Garstang.

Jefferson Library 1329 Kenwood Farm Ln. Call for hours. 964-7540. Through November 12: “Lucy Meriwether Lewis Marks: A Biographical and Botanical Art Exhibit.”

The Local 824 Hinton Ave. Call for hours. 984-9749. Through August 31: “Still Preoccupied,” mosaics by Angel LaCanfora.

Newcomb Hall Art Gallery
On the UVA Grounds. Call for hours. 249-2354. Through September 3: “Water & Health: Photovoice,” a cooperative photography project between the University of Virginia and the University of Venda in Limpopo, South Africa.

Paintings & Prose 406 E. Main St. Call for hours. 220-3490. Through September 4: “Assemblages,” featuring works by Richard J. Bay, Jay Hall, Carla Paynter, and curated by Dorothy Palanza.

Shenandoah National Park Trust 414 E. Market St. Call for hours. 293-2728. Ongoing: Original prints by Hullihen Williams Moore.

South Street Brewery
106 W. South St. Daily 4:30pm-close. 960-9352. Through August 31: A collection of paintings by Janet Pearlman.

Speak! Language Center 313 Second St. SE, suite 109. Weekdays, 9am-2:30pm and 5:30-8pm; Saturday, 9am-noon. 245-TALK. speaklanguagecenter.com. Through September 1: “Hadrian’s Coffee: Ancient Images of Contemporary Italy,” photos by Richard Robinson.

Spring Street Boutique 107 W. Main St., on the Downtown Mall. Call for hours. 975-1200. Through August 31: “Metal Wall Sculptures,” by Holly Olinger & Hurricane Art.

Thomas Jefferson Memorial Church 717 Rugby Rd. 293-8179. Sunday-Friday, 9am-4pm. Through September 6: A retrospective of work by painter Marie W.B. Brodhead.

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BozArt 211 W. Main St. Wednesday-Thursday, 3-9pm; Friday-Saturday, noon-9pm; Sunday, 1-4pm. 296-3919. www.bozartgallery.com. Through August 31: Works from associate members of the gallery.

C’ville Arts 118 East Main St. Monday-Thursday, 10am-6pm; Friday, 10am-9pm; Saturday, 10am-8pm; Sunday, noon-6pm. 972-9500. www.charlottesvillearts.com. Through August 31: “Let the Games Begin,” intricate chess sets and other one-of-a-kind bead creations by the Bead Brothers, Steve and Lisa Cunningham.

Flying Pig Art Center 561 Valley St., Scottsville. Thursday, 9am-3pm; Saturday-Sunday, 11am-1:30pm. 996-7388. flyingpigartcenter.com. Through August 31: “Debris: Paintings by Chris Noel.” Also offers weekly classes in a variety of media.

The Gallery at Fifth and Water 107 Fifth St. SE. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 979-9825. Through August 28: “A Life in the Country,” recent paintings by Tina Wade.

The Garage 250 N. First St. By appointment; contact Greg Antrim Kelly at 242-0905. the garage-cville.com. Through August 31: “The Suitcase Show,” hundreds of works culled from three years of drawing parties, featuring countless local artists.

Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection 400 Worrell Dr. Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-4pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 244-0234. August 22-December 20: “What Will Last Beyond Today: John W. Kluge’s Collection of Australian Aboriginal Art.” An opening reception is scheduled for August 28, 5:30-7:30pm.

La Galeria
218 W. Main St. Call for hours. 293-7003. Through August 31: “A Walk Through UVA,” a collection of works by various artists in multiple media.

Les Yeux du Monde 841 Wolf Trap Rd. By appointment only. 973-5566. Through August 23: A collection of vintage prints from John Grant.

PVCC 501 College Dr. Monday-Thursday, 9am-10pm; Friday, 9am-5pm; Saturday, 1-5pm. 961-5202. Through August 27: The annual student art exhibition.

Sage Moon Gallery, LLC
Located at Siips, 212 E. Main St. Call for business hours. 977-9997. Through August 31: “Lands and Ladies,” oil paintings of landscapes and figures by Sarah Park.

Other exhibits

Restaurants, retailers and public spaces that host regular art events

Angelo 220 E. Main St. Monday-Friday, 11am-6pm; Saturday, 11am-5pm. 971-9256. Through August 31: “Out to Pasture,” pastoral paintings by Nancy Bass.

Black Rock Gallery Mountain Inn, Wintergreen. Call for hours. 325-7700. Through November 2: Mixed-media prints by Ted Pfaltz.

Blue Ridge Beads and Glass 1724 Allied St. Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-5:30pm. 293-2876. www.blueridgebeads-glass.com. Ongoing: Glass pieces, paintings and instruments by Jerry O’Dell.

C&O Gallery 515 E. Water St. Sunday-Thursday, 5-10pm; Friday-Saturday, 5-11pm; or by appointment. 971-7044. Through August 31: Paintings by Edward Thomas.

Café Cubano
112 W. Main St. Call for hours. 971-8743. Through August 31: “Transformation,” recent works by Flame Bilyue.

Charlottesville Community Design Center
100 Fifth St. NE. 984-2232. Through August 31: “(In) Play: Green Spaces Competition,” featuring entries from the James River Green Building Council’s annual sustainable design competition.

Fellini’s #9 200 W. Market St. Call for hours. 979-4279. Through August 31: “Ntombazana: A Story of an African Elephant Family,” by Michael Garstang.

Jefferson Library 1329 Kenwood Farm Ln. Call for hours. 964-7540. Through November 12: “Lucy Meriwether Lewis Marks: A Biographical and Botanical Art Exhibit.”

Newcomb Hall Art Gallery On the UVA Grounds. Call for hours. 249-2354. Through September 3: “Water & Health: Photovoice,” a cooperative photography project between the University of Virginia and the University of Venda in Limpopo, South Africa.

Paintings & Prose 406 E. Main St. Call for hours. 220-3490. Through September 4: “Assemblages,” featuring works by Richard J. Bay, Jay Hall, Carla Paynter, and curated by Dorothy Palanza.

Shenandoah National Park Trust
414 E. Market St. Call for hours. 293-2728. Ongoing: Original prints by Hullihen Williams Moore.

South Street Brewery 106 W. South St. Daily 4:30pm-close. 960-9352. Through August 31: A collection of paintings by Janet Pearlman.

Speak! Language Center 313 Second St. SE, suite 109. Weekdays, 9am-2:30pm and 5:30-8pm; Saturday, 9am-noon. 245-TALK. speaklanguagecenter.com. Through September 1: “Hadrian’s Coffee: Ancient Images of Contemporary Italy,” photos by Richard Robinson.

Spring Street Boutique 107 W. Main St., on the Downtown Mall. Call for hours. 975-1200. Through August 31: “Metal Wall Sculptures,” by Holly Olinger & Hurricane Art.

Thomas Jefferson Memorial Church 717 Rugby Rd. 293-8179. Sunday-Friday, 9am-4pm. Through September 6: A retrospective of work by painter Marie W.B. Brodhead.

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BozArt 211 W. Main St. Wednesday-Thursday, 3-9pm; Friday-Saturday, noon-9pm; Sunday, 1-4pm. 296-3919. www.bozartgallery.com. Through August 31: Works from associate members of the gallery.

C’ville Arts 118 East Main St. Monday-Thursday, 10am-6pm; Friday, 10am-9pm; Saturday, 10am-8pm; Sunday, noon-6pm. 972-9500. www.charlottesvillearts.com. Through August 31: “Let the Games Begin,” intricate chess sets and other one-of-a-kind bead creations by the Bead Brothers, Steve and Lisa Cunningham.

Flying Pig Art Center 561 Valley St., Scottsville. Thursday, 9am-3pm; Saturday-Sunday, 11am-1:30pm. 996-7388. flyingpigartcenter.com. Through August 31: “Debris: Paintings by Chris Noel.” Also offers weekly classes in a variety of media.

The Gallery at Fifth and Water 107 Fifth St. SE. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 979-9825. Through August 28: “A Life in the Country,” recent paintings by Tina Wade.

The Garage 250 N. First St. By appointment; contact Greg Antrim Kelly at 242-0905. thegarage-cville.com. Through August 31: “The Suitcase Show,” hundreds of works culled from three years of drawing parties, featuring countless local artists.

La Galeria 218 W. Main St. Call for hours. 293-7003. Through August 31: “A Walk Through UVA,” a collection of works by various artists in multiple media.

Les Yeux du Monde 841 Wolf Trap Rd. By appointment only. 973-5566. Through August 23: A collection of vintage prints from John Grant.

McGuffey Art Center
201 Second St. NW. Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-6pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 295-7973. www.mcguffeyartcenter.com. Through August 16: “A Show of Hands,” a collection of works by Murray Whitehill; “The Summer Group Show,” works by multiple artists.

PVCC 501 College Dr. Monday-Thursday, 9am-10pm; Friday, 9am-5pm; Saturday, 1-5pm. 961-5202. Through August 27: The annual student art exhibition.

Sage Moon Gallery, LLC Located at Siips, 212 E. Main St. Call for business hours. 977-9997. Through August 31: “Lands and Ladies,” oil paintings of landscapes and figures by Sarah Park.

Other exhibits

Restaurants, retailers and public spaces that host regular art events

Angelo 220 E. Main St. Monday-Friday, 11am-6pm; Saturday, 11am-5pm. 971-9256. Through August 31: “Out to Pasture,” pastoral paintings by Nancy Bass.

Blue Ridge Beads and Glass
1724 Allied St. Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-5:30pm. 293-2876. www.blueridgebeads-glass.com. Ongoing: Glass pieces, paintings and instruments by Jerry O’Dell.

Café Cubano 112 W. Main St. Call for hours. 971-8743. Through August 31: “Transformation,” recent works by Flame Bilyue.

Charlottesville Community Design Center 100 Fifth St. NE. 984-2232. Through August 31: “(In) Play: Green Spaces Competition,” featuring entries from the James River Green Building Council’s annual sustainable design competition.

Fellini’s #9 200 W. Market St. Call for hours. 979-4279. Through August 31: “Ntombazana: A Story of an African Elephant Family,” by Michael Garstang.

Horse & Hound 625 W. Main St. Call for hours. 293-3365. Ongoing: “Virginia Hunt Country,” photographs on canvas by James Rowinski.

Jefferson Library 1329 Kenwood Farm Ln. Call for hours. 964-7540. Through November 12: “Lucy Meriwether Lewis Marks: A Biographical and Botanical Art Exhibit.”

The Local
824 Hinton Ave. Call for hours. 984-9749. Through August 31: “Still Preoccupied,” mosaics by Angel LaCanfora.

Newcomb Hall Art Gallery On the UVA Grounds. Call for hours. 249-2354. Through September 3: “Water & Health: Photovoice,” a cooperative photography project between the University of Virginia and the University of Venda in Limpopo, South Africa.

Paintings & Prose
406 E. Main St. Call for hours. 220-3490. Through September 4: “Assemblages,” featuring works by Richard J. Bay, Jay Hall, Carla Paynter, and curated by Dorothy Palanza.

Shenandoah National Park Trust
414 E. Market St. Call for hours. 293-2728. Ongoing: Original Prints by Hullihen Williams Moore.

South Street Brewery 106 W. South St. Daily 4:30pm-close. 960-9352. Through August 31: A collection of paintings by Janet Pearlman.

Speak! Language Center 313 Second St. SE, suite 109. Weekdays, 9am-2:30pm and 5:30-8pm; Saturday, 9am-noon. 245-TALK. speaklanguagecenter.com. Through September 1: “Hadrian’s Coffee: Ancient Images of Contemporary Italy,” photos by Richard Robinson.

Spring Street Boutique 107 W. Main St., on the Downtown Mall. Call for hours. 975-1200. Through August 31: “Metal Wall Sculptures,” by Holly Olinger & Hurricane Art.

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BozArt 211 W. Main St. Wednesday-Thursday, 3-9pm; Friday-Saturday, noon-9pm; Sunday, 1-4pm. 296-3919. www.bozartgallery.com. Through August 31: Works from associate members of the gallery.

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C’ville Arts 118 East Main St. Monday-Thursday, 10am-6pm; Friday, 10am-9pm; Saturday, 10am-8pm; Sunday, noon-6pm. 972-9500. www.charlottesvillearts.com. Through August 31: “Let the Games Begin,” intricate chess sets and other one-of-a-kind bead creations by the Bead Brothers, Steve and Lisa Cunningham.

Flying Pig Art Center
561 Valley St., Scottsville. Thursday, 9am-3pm; Saturday-Sunday, 11am-1:30pm. 996-7388. flyingpigartcenter.com. Through August 31: “Debris: Paintings by Chris Noel.” Also offers weekly classes in a variety of media.

The Gallery at Fifth and Water 107 Fifth St. SE. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 979-9825. Through August 28: “A Life in the Country,” recent paintings by Tina Wade.

The Garage 250 N. First St. By appointment; contact Greg Antrim Kelly at 242-0905. thegarage-cville.com. August 7-31: “The Suitcase Show,” hundreds of works culled from three years of drawing parties, featuring countless local artists.

Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection 400 Worrell Dr. Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-4pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 244-0234. Through August 9: “All Time Favorites,” a sampling of “best loved” works from the Kluge-Ruhe collection; “Timeless: Bark Paintings from Arnhem Land,” works on eucalyptus bark from the major art-producing communities throughout northern Australia.

La Galeria 218 W. Main St. Call for hours. 293-7003. Through August 31: “A Walk Through UVA,” a collection of works by various artists in multiple media.

Les Yeux du Monde 841 Wolf Trap Rd. By appointment only. 973-5566. August 9-23: A collection of vintage prints from John Grant.

McGuffey Art Center 201 Second St. NW. Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-6pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 295-7973. www.mcguffeyartcenter.com. Through August 16: “A Show of Hands,” a collection of works by Murray Whitehill; “The Summer Group Show,” works by multiple artists.

PVCC 501 College Dr. Monday-Thursday, 9am-10pm; Friday, 9am-5pm; Saturday, 1-5pm. 961-5202. Through August 27: The annual student art exhibition.

Sage Moon Gallery, LLC Located at Siips, 212 E. Main St. Call for business hours. 977-9997. Through August 31: “Lands and Ladies,” oil paintings of landscapes and figures by Sarah Park.

Other exhibits

Restaurants, retailers and public spaces that host regular art events

Angelo 220 E. Main St. Monday-Friday, 11am-6pm; Saturday, 11am-5pm. 971-9256. Through August 31: “Out to Pasture,” pastoral paintings by Nancy Bass.

Blue Ridge Beads and Glass
1724 Allied St. Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-5:30pm. 293-2876. www.blueridgebeads-glass.com. Ongoing: Glass pieces, paintings and instruments by Jerry O’Dell.

Café Cubano 112 W. Main St. Call for hours. 971-8743. Through August 31: “Transformation,” recent works by Flame Bilyue.

Charlottesville Community Design Center
100 Fifth St. NE. 984-2232. Through August 31: “(In) Play: Green Spaces Competition,” featuring entries from the James River Green Building Council’s annual sustainable design competition.

Fellini’s #9 200 W. Market St. Call for hours. 979-4279. August 7-31: “Ntombazana: A Story of an African Elephant Family,” by Michael Garstang, 5-7pm.

Horse & Hound 625 W. Main St. Call for hours. 293-3365. Ongoing: “Virginia Hunt Country,” photographs on canvas by James Rowinski.

Jefferson Library 1329 Kenwood Farm Ln. Call for hours. 964-7540. Through November 12: “Lucy Meriwether Lewis Marks: A Biographical and Botanical Art Exhibit.”

The Local 824 Hinton Ave. Call for hours. 984-9749. Through August 31: “Still Preoccupied,” mosaics by Angel LaCanfora.

Newcomb Hall Art Gallery On the UVA Grounds. Call for hours. 249-2354. Through September 3: “Water & Health: Photovoice,” a cooperative photography project between the University of Virginia and the University of Venda in Limpopo, South Africa.

Paintings & Prose 406 E. Main St. Call for hours. 220-3490. Through September 4: “Assemblages,” featuring works by Richard J. Bay, Jay Hall, Carla Paynter, and curated by Dorothy Palanza.

Shenandoah National Park Trust 414 E. Market St. Call for hours. 293-2728. Ongoing: Original Prints by Hullihen Williams Moore.

South Street Brewery 106 W. South St. Daily 4:30pm-close. 960-9352. Through August 31: A collection of paintings by Janet Pearlman.

Speak! Language Center
313 Second St. SE, suite 109. Weekdays, 9am-2:30pm and 5:30-8pm; Saturday, 9am-noon. 245-TALK. speaklanguagecenter.com. Through September 1: “Hadrian’s Coffee: Ancient Images of Contemporary Italy,” photos by Richard Robinson.

Spring Street Boutique 107 W. Main St., on the Downtown Mall. Call for hours. 975-1200. Through August 31: “Metal Wall Sculptures,” by Holly Olinger & Hurricane Art.

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Art Upstairs Gallery 112 W. Main St., Suite 3 (in York Place). Tuesday-Thursday and Saturday, noon-5pm; Friday, 1-9pm; Sunday, 1-4pm. 923-3900. www.artupstairsgallery.com. Through August 2: “Vislumbres: Watercolor Landscapes,” by Mercedes Lopez.

BozArt 211 W. Main St. Wednesday-Thursday, 3-9pm; Friday-Saturday, noon-9pm; Sunday, 1-4pm. 296-3919. www.bozartgallery.com. Through August 2: “Red, White, & Blue,” a collection of works from all member artists.

The Bridge/Progressive Arts Initiative
209 Monticello Rd. Wednesday-Saturday, noon-3pm, or by appointment. 984-5669. www.thebridgepai.com. Through August 1: “Destroyed By Madness,” a collection of works curated by Riley Duncan.

C’ville Arts
118 East Main St. Monday-Thursday, 10am-6pm; Friday, 10am-9pm; Saturday, 10am-8pm; Sunday, noon-6pm. 972-9500. www.charlottesvillearts.com. Through July 31: “Nature Sculpture as Fashion Accessory,” works by jewelry artist Judith N. Ligon.

Flying Pig Art Center 561 Valley St., Scottsville. Thursday, 9am-3pm; Saturday-Sunday, 11am-1:30pm. 996-7388. flyingpigartcenter.com. Through August 31: “Debris: Paintings by Chris Noel.” Also offers weekly classes in a variety of media.

The Gallery at Fifth and Water
107 Fifth St. SE. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 979-9825. Through July 31: Recent paintings by Gregory Brannock.

Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection 400 Worrell Dr. Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-4pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 244-0234. Through August 9: “All Time Favorites,” a sampling of “best loved” works from the Kluge-Ruhe collection; “Timeless: Bark Paintings from Arnhem Land,” works on eucalyptus bark from the major art-producing communities throughout northern Australia.

La Galeria
218 W. Main St. Call for hours. 293-7003. Through August 3: “A Trek Through Europe,” oil paintings by Ruth Hembree.

McGuffey Art Center 201 Second St. NW. Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-6pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 295-7973. www.mcguffeyartcenter.com. Through August 16: “A Show of Hands,” a collection of works by Murray Whitehill; “The Summer Group Show,” works by multiple artists.

PVCC 501 College Dr. Monday-Thursday, 9am-10pm; Friday, 9am-5pm; Saturday, 1-5pm. 961-5202. Through August 27: The annual student art exhibition.

Sage Moon Gallery, LLC Located at Siips, 212 E. Main St. Call for business hours. 977-9997. Through July 31: “The Art of Printmaking,” featuring works by Rachel Singel and Hartwell Priest.

Other exhibits

Restaurants, retailers and public spaces that host regular art events

Angelo 220 E. Main St. Monday-Friday, 11am-6pm; Saturday, 11am-5pm. 971-9256. Through August 31: “Out to Pasture,” pastoral paintings by Nancy Bass.

Blue Ridge Beads and Glass 1724 Allied St. Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-5:30pm. 293-2876. www.blueridgebeads-glass.com. Ongoing: Glass pieces, paintings and instruments by Jerry O’Dell.

The Box 109 Second St. SE. Call for hours. 970-2699. Through July 31: Works by Kate Daughdrill.

C&O Gallery 511 E. Water St. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 971-7044. Through July 31: “Bolungarvík: An Icelandic Village’s Story through Sustainable Fishing,” photographs by Jon Golden.

Café Cubano 112 W. Main St. Call for hours. 971-8743. Through July 31: “Preoccupied,” mosaics by Angel LaCanfora.

Charlottesville Community Design Center 100 Fifth St. NE. 984-2232. Through August 31: “(In) Play: Green Spaces Competition,” featuring entries from the James River Green Building Council’s annual sustainable design competition.

Horse & Hound 625 W. Main St. Call for hours. 293-3365. Ongoing: “Virginia Hunt Country,” photographs on canvas by James Rowinski.

Jefferson Library 1329 Kenwood Farm Ln. Call for hours. 964-7540. Through November 12: “Lucy Meriwether Lewis Marks: A Biographical and Botanical Art Exhibit.”

King Family Vineyards 6550 Rosebud Farm, Crozet. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm; Saturday and Sunday, 11am-5pm. 823-7800. Through July 31: “Dreams and Memories,” oil paintings by Lindsay Michie Eades.

Mudhouse 213 W. Main St. Monday-Thursday, 6:30am-10pm; Friday-Saturday, 6:30am-11pm; Sunday, 7am-7pm. 984-6833. Through August 2: “Unseen Americans,” art from the inmate art program at Albemarle Charlottesville Regional Jail.

Newcomb Hall Art Gallery
On the UVA Grounds. Call for hours. 249-2354. Through September 3: “Water & Health: Photovoice,” a cooperative photography project between the University of Virginia and the University of Venda in Limpopo, South Africa.

Paintings & Prose 406 E. Main St. Call for hours. 220-3490. Through September 4: “Assemblages,” featuring works by Richard J. Bay, Jay Hall, Carla Paynter, and curated by Dorothy Palanza.

Shenandoah National Park Trust 414 E. Market St. Call for hours. 293-2728. Ongoing: Original Prints by Hullihen Williams Moore.

Small Special Collections Library On the UVA Grounds. Monday-Thursday, 9am-9pm; Friday-Saturday, 9am-5pm. 924-3021. Through August 1: “From Out That Shadow: The Life and Legacy of Edgar Allan Poe.”

South Street Brewery 106 W. South St. Daily 4:30pm-close. 960-9352. Through August 31: A collection of paintings by Janet Pearlman.

Speak! Language Center 313 Second St. SE, suite 109. Weekdays, 9am-2:30pm and 5:30-8pm; Saturday, 9am-noon. 245-TALK. speaklanguagecenter.com. August 1-September 1: “Hadrian’s Coffee: Ancient Images of Contemporary Italy,” photos by Richard Robinson.

Spring Street Boutique 107 W. Main St., on the Downtown Mall. Call for hours. 975-1200. Through August 31: “Metal Wall Sculptures,” by Holly Olinger & Hurricane Art.

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Art Upstairs Gallery 112 W. Main St., Suite 3 (in York Place). Tuesday-Thursday and Saturday, noon-5pm; Friday, 1-9pm; Sunday, 1-4pm. 923-3900. www.artupstairsgallery.com. Through August 2: “Vislumbres: Watercolor Landscapes,” by Mercedes Lopez.

BozArt 211 W. Main St. Wednesday-Thursday, 3-9pm; Friday-Saturday, noon-9pm; Sunday, 1-4pm. 296-3919. www.bozartgallery.com. Through August 2: “Red, White, & Blue,” a collection of works from all member artists.

The Bridge/Progressive Arts Initiative 209 Monticello Rd. Wednesday-Saturday, noon-3pm, or by appointment. 984-5669. www.thebridgepai.com. Through August 1: “Destroyed By Madness,” a collection of works curated by Riley Duncan.

C’ville Arts 118 East Main St. Monday-Thursday, 10am-6pm; Friday, 10am-9pm; Saturday, 10am-8pm; Sunday, noon-6pm. 972-9500. www.charlottesvillearts.com. Through July 31: “Nature Sculpture as Fashion Accessory,” works by jewelry artist Judith N. Ligon.

Flying Pig Art Center 561 Valley St., Scottsville. Thursday, 9am-3pm; Saturday-Sunday, 11am-1:30pm. 996-7388. flyingpigartcenter.com. Through August 31: “Debris: Paintings by Chris Noel.”

The Gallery at Fifth and Water 107 Fifth St. SE. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 979-9825. Through July 31: Recent paintings by Gregory Brannock.

Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection 400 Worrell Dr. Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-4pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 244-0234. Through August 9: “All Time Favorites,” a sampling of “best loved” works from the Kluge-Ruhe collection; “Timeless: Bark Paintings from Arnhem Land,” works on eucalyptus bark from the major art-producing communities throughout northern Australia.

La Galeria 218 W. Main St. Call for hours. 293-7003. Through August 3: “A Trek Through Europe,” oil paintings by Ruth Hembree.

McGuffey Art Center 201 Second St. NW. Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-6pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 295-7973. www.mcguffeyartcenter.com. Through August 16: “A Show of Hands,” a collection of works by Murray Whitehill; “The Summer Group Show,” works by multiple artists.

PVCC 501 College Dr. Monday-Thursday, 9am-10pm; Friday, 9am-5pm; Saturday, 1-5pm. 961-5202. Through August 27: The annual student art exhibition.

Ruffin Gallery 179 Culbreth Rd. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. Call for special hours. 924-6123. Through July 24: “HAGAN! 1936-2008. The Intervening Years: Sculpture, Drawings, New Media, Boats,” works by the late UVA professor James Hagan.

Sage Moon Gallery, LLC Located at Siips, 212 E. Main St. Call for business hours. 977-9997. Through July 31: “The Art of Printmaking,” featuring works by Rachel Singel and Hartwell Priest.

Second Street Gallery 115 Second St. SE. Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-6pm. 977-7284. www.secondstreetgallery.org. Through July 18: “Luxury,” a collection of photography capturing occasions of flamboyant leisure by Martin Parr.

Other exhibits

Restaurants, retailers and public spaces that host regular art events

Blue Ridge Beads and Glass 1724 Allied St. Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-5:30pm. 293-2876. www.blueridgebeads-glass.com. Ongoing: Glass pieces, paintings and instruments by Jerry O’Dell.

The Box 109 Second St. SE. Call for hours. 970-2699. Through July 31: Works by Kate Daughdrill.

C&O Gallery 511 E. Water St. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 971-7044. Through July 31: “Bolungarvík: An Icelandic Village’s Story through Sustainable Fishing,” photographs by Jon Golden.

Café Cubano 112 W. Main St. Call for hours. 971-8743. Through July 31: “Preoccupied,” mosaics by Angel LaCanfora.

Charlottesville Community Design Center 100 Fifth St. NE. 984-2232. July 10-August 31: “(In) Play: Green Spaces Competition,” featuring entries from the James River Green Building Council’s annual sustainable design competition. Opening reception on Friday, July 10, 5-7:30pm.

The Garage N. First St., across from Lee Park. Hours by appointment. thegarage-cville.com. Through July 26: Works by Adam Wolpa.

Horse & Hound
625 W. Main St. Call for hours. 293-3365. Ongoing: “Virginia Hunt Country,” photographs on canvas by James Rowinski.

Hot Cakes Barracks Road Shopping Center 1137 Emmet St N #A. Monday-Saturday, 9am-8pm; Sunday, 10am-6pm. 295-6037. Through July 15: “Up, Over and Around the Bend, Local Landscape Paintings,” paintings by Meg West.

Jefferson Library 1329 Kenwood Farm Ln. Call for hours. 964-7540. Through November 12: “Lucy Meriwether Lewis Marks: A Biographical and Botanical Art Exhibit.”

King Family Vineyards 6550 Rosebud Farm, Crozet. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm; Saturday and Sunday, 11am-5pm. 823-7800. Through July 31: “Dreams and Memories,” oil paintings by Lindsay Michie Eades.

Milano 100 W. South St. Call for hours. 220-4302. Through July 28: Watercolors by Kari Caplin.

Mudhouse 213 W. Main St. Monday-Thursday, 6:30am-10pm; Friday-Saturday, 6:30am-11pm; Sunday, 7am-7pm. 984-6833. Through August 2: “Unseen Americans,” art from the inmate art program at Albemarle Charlottesville Regional Jail.

Newcomb Hall Art Gallery On the UVA Grounds. Call for hours. 249-2354. Through September 3: “Water & Health: Photovoice,” a cooperative photography project between the University of Virginia and the University of Venda in Limpopo, South Africa.

Paintings & Prose 406 E. Main St. Call for hours. 220-3490. Through September 4: “Assemblages,” featuring works by Richard J. Bay, Jay Hall, Carla Paynter, and curated by Dorothy Palanza.

Shenandoah National Park Trust 414 E. Market St. Call for hours. 293-2728. Ongoing: Original Prints by Hullihen Williams Moore.

Small Special Collections Library On the UVA Grounds. Monday-Thursday, 9am-9pm; Friday-Saturday, 9am-5pm. 924-3021. Through August 1: “From Out That Shadow: The Life and Legacy of Edgar Allan Poe.”

South Street Brewery 106 W. South St. Daily 4:30pm-close. 960-9352. Through August 31: A collection of paintings by Janet Pearlman.

Spring Street Boutique
107 W. Main St., on the Downtown Mall. Call for hours. 975-1200. Through August 31: “Metal Wall Sculptures,” by Holly Olinger & Hurricane Art.

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Art Upstairs Gallery 112 W. Main St., Suite 3 (in York Place). Tuesday-Thursday and Saturday, noon-5pm; Friday, 1-9pm; Sunday, 1-4pm. 923-3900. www.artupstairsgallery.com. Through August 2: “Vislumbres: Watercolor Landscapes,” by Mercedes Lopez.

BozArt 211 W. Main St. Wednesday-Thursday, 3-9pm; Friday-Saturday, noon-9pm; Sunday, 1-4pm. 296-3919. www.bozartgallery.com. Through August 2: “Red, White, & Blue,” a collection of works from all member artists.

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The Bridge/Progressive Arts Initiative 209 Monticello Rd. Wednesday-Saturday, noon-3pm, or by appointment. 984-5669. www.thebridgepai.com. Through August 1: “Destroyed By Madness,” a collection of works curated by Riley Duncan.

C’ville Arts
118 East Main St. Monday-Thursday, 10am-6pm; Friday, 10am-9pm; Saturday, 10am-8pm; Sunday, noon-6pm. 972-9500. www.charlottesvillearts.com. Through July 31: “Nature Sculpture as Fashion Accessory,” works by jewelry artist Judith N. Ligon.

Flying Pig Art Center
561 Valley St., Scottsville. Thursday, 9am-3pm; Saturday-Sunday, 11am-1:30pm. 996-7388. flyingpigartcenter.com. Through August 31: “Debris: Paintings by Chris Noel.”

The Gallery at Fifth and Water 107 Fifth St. SE. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 979-9825. Through June 30: “Looking Back: Retrospectives of Dance and Illusion,”  a collection of works by Bonny Bronson.

Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection 400 Worrell Dr. Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-4pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 244-0234. Through August 9: “All Time Favorites,” a sampling of “best loved” works from the Kluge-Ruhe collection; “Timeless: Bark Paintings from Arnhem Land,” works on eucalyptus bark from the major art-producing communities throughout northern Australia.

La Galeria 218 W. Main St. Call for hours. 293-7003. Through August 3: “A Trek Through Europe,” oil paintings by Ruth Hembree.

McGuffey Art Center 201 Second St. NW. Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-6pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 295-7973. www.mcguffeyartcenter.com. Through August 16: “A Show of Hands,” a collection of works by Murray Whitehill; “The Summer Group Show,” works by multiple artists.

PVCC 501 College Dr. Monday-Thursday, 9am-10pm; Friday, 9am-5pm; Saturday, 1-5pm. 961-5202. Through August 27: The annual student art exhibition.

Ruffin Gallery 179 Culbreth Rd. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. Call for special hours. 924-6123. Through July 24: “HAGAN! 1936-2008. The Intervening Years: Sculpture, Drawings, New Media, Boats,” works by the late UVA professor James Hagan.

Second Street Gallery 115 Second St. SE. Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-6pm. 977-7284. www.secondstreetgallery.org. Through July 18: “Luxury,” a collection of photography capturing occasions of flamboyant leisure by Martin Parr.

Other exhibits

Restaurants, retailers and public spaces that host regular art events

Angelo 220 E. Main St., on the Downtown Mall. Monday-Friday, 11am-6pm; Saturday, 11am-5pm. 971-9256. Through June 30: “Florida Hybrids,” photographs by Susan Crowder. Through August 31: “Out to Pasture,” pastoral paintings by Nancy Bass.

Blue Ridge Beads and Glass 1724 Allied St. Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-5:30pm. 293-2876. www.blueridgebeads-glass.com. Through August 31: Glass pieces, paintings and instruments by Jerry O’Dell.

The Box 109 Second St. SE. Call for hours. 970-2699. Through July 31: Works by Kate Daughdrill.

C&O Gallery 511 E. Water St. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 971-7044. Through July 31: “Bolungarvík: An Icelandic Village’s Story through Sustainable Fishing,” photographs by Jon Golden.

C’ville Coffee 1301 Harris St. Monday-Thursday, 7:30am-9pm; Friday, 7:30am-5pm; Saturday, 8:30am-5pm; Sunday, 9:30am-8pm. 817-2633. Through June 30: “The Rivanna River and Its Watershed: Landscape Photographs by Ben Greenberg.”

Café Cubano 112 W. Main St. Call for hours. 971-8743. Through July 31: “Preoccupied,” mosaics by Angel LaCanfora.

Fellini’s #9 200 W. Market St. Call for hours. 979-4279. Through June 30: Recent photographs by Jeff James.

The Garage N. First St., across from Lee Park. Hours by appointment. thegarage-cville.com. Through July 26: Works by Adam Wolpa.

Horse & Hound 625 W. Main St. Call for hours. 293-3365. Ongoing: “Virginia Hunt Country,” photographs on canvas by James Rowinski.

Hot Cakes Barracks Road Shopping Center 1137 Emmet St N # A. Monday-Saturday, 9am-8pm; Sunday, 10am-6pm. 295-6037. Through July 15: “Up, Over and Around the Bend, Local Landscape Paintings,” paintings by Meg West.

Jefferson Library 1329 Kenwood Farm Ln. Call for hours. 964-7540. Through November 12: “Lucy Meriwether Lewis Marks: A Biographical and Botanical Art Exhibit.”

King Family Vineyards 6550 Rosebud Farm, Crozet. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm; Saturday and Sunday, 11am-5pm. 823-7800. Through July 31: “Dreams and Memories,” oil paintings by Lindsay Michie Eades.

Milano 100 W. South St. Call for hours. 220-4302. Through July 28: “Watercolors by Kari Caplin.”

Mudhouse 213 W. Main St. Monday-Thursday, 6:30am-10pm; Friday-Saturday, 6:30am-11pm; Sunday, 7am-7pm. 984-6833. Through July 6: “Arabian Streets: Photographs of the Middle East,” by Jay Kuhlmann.

Newcomb Hall Art Gallery On the UVA Grounds. Call for hours. 249-2354. Through September 3: “Water & Health: Photovoice,” a cooperative photography project between the University of Virginia and the University of Venda in Limpopo, South Africa.

Paintings & Prose 406 E. Main St. Call for hours. 220-3490. Through September 4: “Assemblages,” featuring works by Richard J. Bay, Jay Hall, Carla Paynter, and curated by Dorothy Palanza.

The Paramount Theater
215 E. Main St. Open during events. 979-1333. Through June 30: “Substance,” paintings by Micah Cash.

Quick Gym 216 E. Water St. Call for hours. 220-3143. Through June 30: “Symbolic Series,” pen and ink works by Nola Tamblyn.

Shenandoah National Park Trust 414 E. Market St. Call for hours. 293-2728. Ongoing: Original Prints by Hullihen Williams Moore.

Small Special Collections Library On the UVA Grounds. Monday-Thursday, 9am-9pm; Friday-Saturday, 9am-5pm. 924-3021. Through August 1: “From Out That Shadow: The Life and Legacy of Edgar Allan Poe.”

South Street Brewery 106 W. South St. Daily 4:30pm-close. 960-9352. Through August 31: A collection of paintings by Janet Pearlman.

Speak! Language Center Rear entrance to The Glass Building, 313 Second St. SE. 245-8255. Through July 1: “Hadrian’s Coffee: Ancient Images of Contemporary Italy,” photographs by Richard Robinson.

Spring Street Boutique 107 W. Main St., on the Downtown Mall. Call for hours. 975-1200. Through August 31: “Metal Wall Sculptures,” by Holly Olinger & Hurricane Art.

Try & Make 608 Preston Ave. Tuesday-Thursday and Saturday, noon-6pm; Friday, 1-8pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. tryandmake.org. Offers a variety of readings, events and exhibits.

Virginia Artists in Action 112 W. Main St. Wednesday, 3-6pm; Thursday-Saturday, 11am-6pm. 295-4080. Through June 30: “A New Breed of Photography,” a collection of images from multiple local artists.

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Art Upstairs Gallery 112 W. Main St., Suite 3 (in York Place). Tuesday-Thursday and Saturday, noon-5pm; Friday, 1-9pm; Sunday, 1-4pm. 923-3900. www.artupstairsgallery.com. Through June 28: “Bricks: Images of C-ville,” by Bill Finn.

BozArt 211 W. Main St., Wednesday-Thursday, 3-9pm; Friday-Saturday, noon-9pm; Sunday, 1-4pm. 296-3919. www.bozartgallery.com. Through June 30: Recent works by Barbara Wachter.

The Bridge/Progressive Arts Initiative 209 Monticello Rd. Wednesday-Saturday, noon-3pm, or by appointment. 984-5669. www.thebridgepai.com. Through June 27: “El Barrio (The Neighborhood): The iConnect Southwood Youth Photography Project,” a collection of photography by students of the iConnect Photography Workshop depicting images of where they live.

The Gallery at Fifth and Water 107 Fifth St. SE. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 979-9825. Through June 30: “Looking Back: Retrospectives of Dance and Illusion,”  a collection of works by Bonny Bronson.

Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection 400 Worrell Dr. Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-4pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 244-0234. Through August 9: “All Time Favorites,” a sampling of “best loved” works from the Kluge-Ruhe collection; “Timeless: Bark Paintings from Arnhem Land,” works on eucalyptus bark from the major art-producing communities throughout northern Australia.

La Galeria 218 W. Main St. Call for hours. 293-7003. Through June 30: “American Travels,” a collection of landscape photos throughout the United States by Mary Porter.

McGuffey Art Center 201 Second St. NW. Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-6pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 295-7973. www.mcguffeyartcenter.com. Through June 28: Multiple exhibits, including “Waiting” by Sylvia Plachy; “Bishop Glacier,” by Tipper Gore; “Vanishing Gems,” by Joel Sartore; and “American Youth” by Redux Pictures.
 
Michie Building at Seventh Street On Seventh St. side of Old Michie Building. For details, call 977-3687 or visit look3.org. Through June 28: “Natures Mortes,” by Gilles Peress.

PVCC 501 College Dr. Monday-Thursday, 9am-10pm; Friday, 9am-5pm; Saturday, 1-5pm. 961-5202. Through August 27: The annual student art exhibition.

Ruffin Gallery 179 Culbreth Rd. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm; call for special hours. 924-6123. Through July 24: “HAGAN! 1936-2008. The Intervening Years: Sculpture, Drawings, New Media, Boats,” works by UVA professor James Hagan.

Second Street Gallery 115 Second St. SE. Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-6pm. 977-7284. www.secondstreetgallery.org. Through July 18: “Luxury,” a collection of photography capturing occasions of flamboyant leisure by Martin Parr.

Try & Make
608 Preston Ave. Tuesday-Thursday and Saturday, noon-6pm; Friday, 1-8pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. tryandmake.org. Offers a variety of readings, events and exhibits.

Other exhibits

Restaurants, retailers and public spaces that host regular art events

Angelo 220 E. Main St., on the Downtown Mall. Monday-Friday, 11am-6pm; Saturday, 11am-5pm. 971-9256. Through June 30: “Florida Hybrids,” photographs by Susan Crowder.

Blue Ridge Beads and Glass 1724 Allied St. Tuesday-Saturday, 10:30am-5:30pm. 293-2876. www.blueridgebeads-glass.com. Glass pieces, paintings and instruments by Jerry O’Dell.

The Box 109 Second St. SE. Call for hours. 970-2699. Through June 30: Photography by Jason Lappa.

C&O Gallery 511 E. Water St. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 971-7044. Through July 31: “Bolungarvík: An Icelandic Village’s Story through Sustainable Fishing,” photographs by Jon Golden.

C’ville Coffee 1301 Harris St. Monday-Thursday, 7:30am-9pm; Friday, 7:30am-5pm; Saturday, 8:30am-5pm; Sunday, 9:30am-8pm. 817-2633. Through June 30: “The Rivanna River and Its Watershed: Landscape Photographs by Ben Greenberg.”

Café Cubano 112 W. Main St. Call for hours. 971-8743. Through June 30: “Disposable Rivanna,” photographs by Billy Hunt.

Fellini’s #9 200 W. Market St. Call for hours. 979-4279. Through June 30: Recent photographs by Jeff James.

The Garage N. First St., across from Lee Park. Hours by appointment. thegarage-cville.com. Through June 30: Works by Jesse Wells and Kristin Smith.

Horse & Hound 625 W. Main St. Call for hours. 293-3365. Ongoing: “Virginia Hunt Country,” photographs on canvas by James Rowinski.

Hot Cakes Barracks Road Shopping Center 1137 Emmet St N # A. Monday-Saturday, 9am-8pm; Sunday, 10am-6pm. 295-6037. Through July 15: “Up, Over and Around the Bend, Local Landscape Paintings,” works by Meg West.

Jefferson Library 1329 Kenwood Farm Ln. Call for hours. 964-7540. Through November 12: “Lucy Meriwether Lewis Marks: A Biographical and Botanical Art Exhibit.”

King Family Vineyards 6550 Rosebud Farm, Crozet, 22932. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm; Saturday and Sunday, 11am-5pm. 823-7800. Through July 31: “Dreams and Memories,” oil paintings by Lindsay Michie Eades.

Milano 100 W. South St. Call for hours. 220-4302. Through July 28: Watercolors by Kari Caplin.

Mudhouse 213 W. Main St. Monday-Thursday, 6:30am-10pm; Friday-Saturday, 6:30am-11pm; Sunday, 7am-7pm. 984-6833. Through July 6: “Arabian Streets: Photographs of the Middle East,” by Jay Kuhlmann.

Newcomb Hall Art Gallery
On the UVA Grounds. Call for hours. 249-2354. Through September 3: “Water & Health/Photovoice,” a cooperative photography project between the University of Virginia and the University of Venda in Limpopo, South Africa.

Paintings & Prose 406 E. Main St. Call for hours. 220-3490. Through September 4: “Assemblages,” curated by Dorothy Palanza.

The Paramount Theater 215 E. Main St. Open during events. 979-1333. Through June 30: “Substance,” paintings by Micah Cash.

Quick Gym 216 E. Water St. Call for hours. 220-3143. Through June 30: “Symbolic Series,” pen and ink works by Nola Tamblyn.

Small Special Collections Library On the UVA Grounds. Monday-Thursday, 9am-9pm; Friday-Saturday, 9am-5pm. 924-3021. Through August 1: “From Out That Shadow: The Life and Legacy of Edgar Allan Poe.”

South Street Brewery 106 W. South St. Daily 4:30pm-close. 960-9352. Through June 30: A collection of oil paintings by Katherine Marshall.

Speak! Language Center Rear entrance to The Glass Building, 313 Second St. SE. 245-8255. Through July 1: “Hadrian’s Coffee: Ancient Images of Contemporary Italy,” photographs by Richard Robinson.

Spring Street Boutique 107 W. Main St., on the Downtown Mall. Call for hours. 975-1200. Through June 30: Photographs from Virginia Fashion Week by Jack Looney and Liza Bishop.

Virginia Artists in Action 112 W. Main St. Wednesday, 3-6pm; Thursday-Saturday, 11am-6pm. 295-4080. Through June 30: “A New Breed of Photography,” a collection of images from multiple local artists.

Westminster Canterbury Gallery Walk 250 Pantops Mt. Rd. Call for hours. 972-2458. Through June 30: Photographs by naturalist Lois Gebhardt.

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Art Upstairs Gallery 112 W. Main St., Suite 3 (in York Place). Tuesday-Thursday and Saturday, noon-5pm; Friday, 1-9pm; Sunday, 1-4pm. 923-3900. www.artupstairsgallery.com. Through June 28: “Bricks: Images of C-ville,” by Bill Finn.

BozArt 211 W. Main St., Wednesday-Thursday, 3-9pm; Friday-Saturday, noon-9pm; Sunday, 1-4pm. 296-3919. www.bozartgallery.com. Through June 30: Recent works by Barbara Wachter.

The Bridge/Progressive Arts Initiative 209 Monticello Rd. Wednesday-Saturday, noon-3pm, or by appointment. 984-5669. www.thebridgepai.com. Through June 27: “El Barrio (The Neighborhood): The iConnect Southwood Youth Photography Project,” a collection of photography by students of the iConnect Photography Workshop depicting images of where they live.

The Gallery at Fifth and Water 107 Fifth St. SE. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 979-9825. Through June 30: “Looking Back: Retrospectives of Dance and Illusion,”  a collection of works by Bonny Bronson.

Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection 400 Worrell Dr. Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-4pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 244-0234. Through August 9: “All Time Favorites,” a sampling of “best loved” works from the Kluge-Ruhe collection; “Timeless: Bark Paintings from Arnhem Land,” works on eucalyptus bark from the major art-producing communities throughout northern Australia.

La Galeria 218 W. Main St. Call for hours. 293-7003. Through June 30: “American Travels,” a collection of landscape photos throughout the United States by Mary Porter.

McGuffey Art Center 201 Second St. NW. Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-6pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 295-7973. www.mcguffeyartcenter.com. Through June 28: Multiple exhibits, including “Waiting” by Sylvia Plachy; “Bishop Glacier,” by Tipper Gore; “Vanishing Gems,” by Joel Sartore; and “American Youth” by Redux Pictures.

Michie Building at Seventh Street On Seventh St. side of Old Michie Building. For details, call 977-3687 or visit look3.org. Through June 28: “Natures Mortes,” by Gilles Peress.

PVCC 501 College Dr. Monday-Thursday, 9am-10pm; Friday, 9am-5pm; Saturday, 1-5pm. 961-5202. Through August 27: The annual student art exhibition.

Second Street Gallery 115 Second St. SE. Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-6pm. 977-7284. www.secondstreetgallery.org. Through July 18: “Luxury,” a collection of photography capturing occasions of flamboyant leisure by Martin Parr.

Try & Make 608 Preston Ave. Tuesday-Thursday and Saturday, noon-6pm; Friday, 1-8pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. tryandmake.org. Offers a variety of readings, events and exhibits.

Other exhibits

Restaurants, retailers and public spaces that host regular art events

Angelo 220 E. Main St., on the Downtown Mall. Monday-Friday, 11am-6pm; Saturday, 11am-5pm. 971-9256. Through June 30: “Florida Hybrids,” photographs by Susan Crowder.

Blue Ridge Beads and Glass 1724 Allied St. Tuesday-Saturday, 10:30am-5:30pm. 293-2876. www.blueridgebeads-glass.com. Glass pieces, paintings and instruments by Jerry O’Dell.

The Box 109 Second St. SE. Call for hours. 970-2699. Through June 30: Photography by Jason Lappa.

BozArt 211 W. Main St. Wednesday-Thursday, 3-9pm; Friday-Saturday, noon-9pm; Sunday, 1-4pm. 296-3919. Through June 30: Works by Barbara Wachter.

C&O Gallery 511 E. Water St. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 971-7044. Through July 31: “Bolungarvík: An Icelandic Village’s Story through Sustainable Fishing,” photographs by Jon Golden.

C’ville Coffee 1301 Harris St. Monday-Thursday, 7:30am-9pm; Friday, 7:30am-5pm; Saturday, 8:30am-5pm; Sunday, 9:30am-8pm. 817-2633. Through June 30: “The Rivanna River and Its Watershed: Landscape Photographs by Ben Greenberg.”

Café Cubano 112 W. Main St. Call for hours. 971-8743. Through June 30: “Disposable Rivanna,” photographs by Billy Hunt.

Fellini’s #9 200 W. Market St. Call for hours. 979-4279. Through June 30: Recent photographs by Jeff James.

The Garage N. First St., across from Lee Park. Hours by appointment. thegarage-cville.com. Through June 30: Works by Jesse Wells and Kristin Smith.

Horse & Hound 625 W. Main St. Call for hours. 293-3365. Ongoing: “Virginia Hunt Country,” photographs on canvas by James Rowinski.

Hot Cakes Barracks Road Shopping Center 1137 Emmet St N # A. Monday-Saturday, 9am-8pm; Sunday, 10am-6pm. 295-6037. Through July 15: “Up, Over and Around the Bend, Local Landscape Paintings,” works by Meg West.

Jefferson Library 1329 Kenwood Farm Ln. Call for hours. 964-7540. Through November 12: “Lucy Meriwether Lewis Marks: A Biographical and Botanical Art Exhibit.”

King Family Vineyards 6550 Rosebud Farm, Crozet, 22932. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm; Saturday and Sunday, 11am-5pm. 823-7800. Through July 31: “Dreams and Memories,” oil paintings by Lindsay Michie Eades.

Mudhouse 213 W. Main St. Monday-Thursday, 6:30am-10pm; Friday-Saturday, 6:30am-11pm; Sunday, 7am-7pm. 984-6833. Through July 6: “Arabian Streets: Photographs of the Middle East,” by Jay Kuhlmann.

Newcomb Hall Art Gallery On the UVA Grounds. Call for hours. 249-2354. Through September 3: “Water & Health/Photovoice,” a cooperative photography project between the University of Virginia and the University of Venda in Limpopo, South Africa.

Paintings & Prose 406 E. Main St. Call for hours. 220-3490. Through July 31: “Assemblages,” curated by Dorothy Palanza.

The Paramount Theater 215 E. Main St. Open during events. 979-1333. Through June 30: “Substance,” paintings by Micah Cash.

Quick Gym 216 E. Water St. Call for hours. 220-3143. Through June 30: “Symbolic Series,” pen and ink works by Nola Tamblyn.

Small Special Collections Library On the UVA Grounds. Monday-Thursday, 9am-9pm; Friday-Saturday, 9am-5pm. 924-3021. Through August 1: “From Out That Shadow: The Life and Legacy of Edgar Allan Poe.”

South Street Brewery
106 W. South St. Daily 4:30pm-close. 960-9352. Through June 30: A collection of oil paintings by Katherine Marshall. Speak! Language Center Rear entrance to The Glass Building, 313 Second St. SE. 245-8255. Through July 1: “Hadrian’s Coffee: Ancient Images of Contemporary Italy,” photographs by Richard Robinson.

Spring Street Boutique 107 W. Main St., on the Downtown Mall. Call for hours. 975-1200. Through June 30: Photographs from Virginia Fashion Week by Jack Looney and Liza Bishop.

Virginia Artists in Action 112 W. Main St. Wednesday, 3-6pm; Thursday-Saturday, 11am-6pm. 295-4080. Through June 30: “A New Breed of Photography,” a collection of images from multiple local artists.

Westminster Canterbury Gallery Walk 250 Pantops Mt. Rd. Call for hours. 972-2458. Through June 30: Photographs by naturalist Lois Gebhardt.

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Art Upstairs Gallery 112 W. Main St., Suite 3 (in York Place). Tuesday-Thursday and Saturday, noon-5pm; Friday, 1-9pm; Sunday, 1-4pm. 923-3900. www.artupstairsgallery.com. Through June 28: “Bricks: Images of C-ville,” by Bill Finn.

BozArt 211 W. Main St., Wednesday-Thursday, 3-9pm; Friday-Saturday, noon-9pm; Sunday, 1-4pm. 296-3919. www.bozartgallery.com. Through June 30: Recent works by Barbara Wachter.

The Bridge/Progressive Arts Initiative 209 Monticello Rd. Wednesday-Saturday, noon-3pm, or by appointment. 984-5669. www.thebridgepai.com. Through June 27: “El Barrio (The Neighborhood): The iConnect Southwood Youth Photography Project,” a collection of photography by students of the iConnect Photography Workshop depicting images of where they live.

The Gallery at Fifth and Water 107 Fifth St. SE. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 979-9825. Through June 30: “Looking Back: Retrospectives of Dance and Illusion,”  a collection of works by Bonny Bronson.

Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection 400 Worrell Dr. Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-4pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 244-0234. Through August 9: “All Time Favorites,” a sampling of “best loved” works from the Kluge-Ruhe collection; “Timeless: Bark Paintings from Arnhem Land,” works on eucalyptus bark from the major art-producing communities throughout northern Australia.

La Galeria 218 W. Main St. Call for hours. 293-7003. Through June 30: “American Travels,” a collection of landscape photos throughout the United States by Mary Porter.

Les Yeux du Monde 401 East Market St. 11am-5pm and by appointment. 973-5566. June 11-13: “The Immense & Brooding Spirit,” featuring photographs by Michael Bowles.

LOOK3 Festival of the Photograph Offers multiple exhibits at venues around town, from James Nachtwey’s “Struggle to Live” exhibit at 101 E. Main St., to the trees along the Downtown Mall. For full listings, visit look3.org. For C-VILLE’s highlights, see feature, page 16.

McGuffey Art Center 201 Second St. NW. Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-6pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 295-7973. www.mcguffeyartcenter.com. Through June 28: Multiple exhibits, including “Waiting” by Sylvia Plachy; “Bishop Glacier,” by Tipper Gore; “Vanishing Gems,” by Joel Sartore; and “American Youth” by Redux Pictures.

Michie Building at Seventh Street On Seventh St. side of Old Michie Building. For details, call 977-3687 or visit look3.org. Through June 28: “Natures Mortes,” by Gilles Peress.

PVCC 501 College Dr. Monday-Thursday, 9am-10pm; Friday, 9am-5pm; Saturday, 1-5pm. 961-5202. Through August 27: The annual student art exhibition.

Second Street Gallery 115 Second St. SE. Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-6pm. 977-7284. www.secondstreetgallery.org. Through July 18: “Luxury,” a collection of photography capturing occasions of flamboyant leisure by Martin Parr.

Try & Make
608 Preston Ave. Tuesday-Thursday and Saturday, noon-6pm; Friday, 1-8pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. tryandmake.org. Offers a variety of readings, events and exhibits.

Other exhibits

Restaurants, retailers and public spaces that host regular art events

Angelo 220 E. Main St., on the Downtown Mall. Monday-Friday, 11am-6pm; Saturday, 11am-5pm. 971-9256. Through June 30: “Florida Hybrids,” photographs by Susan Crowder.

Blue Ridge Beads and Glass 1724 Allied St. Tuesday-Saturday, 10:30am-5:30pm. 293-2876. www.blueridgebeads-glass.com. Glass pieces, paintings and instruments by Jerry O’Dell.

The Box
109 Second St. SE. Call for hours. 970-2699. Through June 30: Photography by Jason Lappa.

BozArt 211 W. Main St. Wednesday-Thursday, 3-9pm; Friday-Saturday, noon-9pm; Sunday, 1-4pm. 296-3919. Through June 30: Works by Barbara Wachter.

C&O Gallery 511 E. Water St. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 971-7044. Through July 31: “Bolungarvík: An Icelandic Village’s Story through Sustainable Fishing,” photographs by Jon Golden.

C’ville Coffee 1301 Harris St. Monday-Thursday, 7:30am-9pm; Friday, 7:30am-5pm; Saturday, 8:30am-5pm; Sunday, 9:30am-8pm. 817-2633. Through June 30: “The Rivanna River and Its Watershed: Landscape Photographs by Ben Greenberg.”

Café Cubano
112 W. Main St. Call for hours. 971-8743. Through June 30: “Disposable Rivanna,” photographs by Billy Hunt.

Fellini’s #9 200 W. Market St. Call for hours. 979-4279. Through June 30: Recent photographs by Jeff James.

The Garage N. First St., across from Lee Park. Hours by appointment. thegaragecville.com. Through June 30: Works by Jesse Wells and Kristin Smith.

Horse & Hound 625 W. Main St. Call for hours. 293-3365. Ongoing: “Virginia Hunt Country,” photographs on canvas by James Rowinski.

Hot Cakes Barracks Road Shopping Center
1137 Emmet St. N # A. Monday-Saturday, 9am-8pm; Sunday, 10am-6pm. 295-6037. Through July 15: “Up, Over and Around the Bend, Local Landscape Paintings,” works by Meg West.

Jefferson Library 1329 Kenwood Farm Ln. Call for hours. 964-7540. Through November 12: “Lucy Meriwether Lewis Marks: A Biographical and Botanical Art Exhibit.”

King Family Vineyards 6550 Rosebud Farm, Crozet, 22932. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm; Saturday and Sunday, 11am-5pm. 823-7800. Through July 31: “Dreams and Memories,” oil paintings by Lindsay Michie Eades.

Milano 100 W. South St. Call for hours. 220-4302. Through June 12: Traditional ink and color Chinese paintings by Zhong Wang and his students.

Mudhouse 213 W. Main St. Monday-Thursday, 6:30am-10pm; Friday-Saturday, 6:30am-11pm; Sunday, 7am-7pm. 984-6833. Through July 6: “Arabian Streets: Photographs of the Middle East,” by Jay Kuhlmann.

Newcomb Hall Art Gallery
On the UVA Grounds. Call for hours. 249-2354. June 11-September 3: “Water & Health/Photovoice,” a cooperative photography project between the University of Virginia and the University of Venda in Limpopo, South Africa.

Paintings & Prose
406 E. Main St. Call for hours. 220-3490. Through July 31: “Assemblages,” curated by Dorothy Palanza.

The Paramount Theater
215 E. Main St. Open during events. 979-1333. Through June 30: “Substance,” paintings by Micah Cash.

Quick Gym 216 E. Water St. Call for hours. 220-3143. Through June 30: “Symbolic Series,” pen and ink works by Nola Tamblyn.

Small Special Collections Library On the UVA Grounds. Monday-Thursday, 9am-9pm; Friday-Saturday, 9am-5pm. 924-3021. Through August 1: “From Out That Shadow: The Life and Legacy of Edgar Allan Poe.”

South Street Brewery
106 W. South St. Daily 4:30pm-close. 960-9352. Through June 30: A collection of oil paintings by Katherine Marshall.

Speak! Language Center Rear entrance to The Glass Building, 313 Second St. SE. 245-8255. Through July 1: “Hadrian’s Coffee: Ancient Images of Contemporary Italy,” photographs by Richard Robinson.

Spring Street Boutique 107 W. Main St., on the Downtown Mall. Call for hours. 975-1200. Through June 30: Photographs from Virginia Fashion Week by Jack Looney and Liza Bishop.

Virginia Artists in Action
112 W. Main St. Wednesday, 3-6pm; Thursday-Saturday, 11am-6pm. 295-4080. Through June 30: “A New Breed of Photography,” a collection of images from multiple local artists.

Westminster Canterbury Gallery Walk
250 Pantops Mt. Rd. Call for hours. 972-2458. Through June 30: Photographs by naturalist Lois Gebhardt.

 

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Art Upstairs Gallery 112 W. Main St., Suite 3 (in York Place). Tuesday-Thursday and Saturday, noon-5pm; Friday, 1-9pm; Sunday, 1-4pm. 923-3900. www.artupstairsgallery.com. Through June 28: “Bricks: Images of C-ville,” by Bill Finn.

BozArt 211 W. Main St., Wednesday-Thursday, 3-9pm; Friday-Saturday, noon-9pm; Sunday, 1-4pm. 296-3919. www.bozartgallery.com. Through June 30: Recent works by Barbara Wachter.

The Bridge/Progressive Arts Initiative 209 Monticello Rd. Wednesday-Saturday, noon-3pm, or by appointment. 984-5669. www.thebridgepai.com. Through June 27: “El Barrio (The Neighborhood): The iConnect Southwood Youth Photography Project,” a collection of photography by students of the iConnect Photography Workshop depicting images of where they live.

The Gallery at Fifth and Water 107 Fifth St. SE. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 979-9825. Through June 30: “Looking Back: Retrospectives of Dance and Illusion,”  a collection of works by Bonny Bronson.

Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection
400 Worrell Dr. Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-4pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 244-0234. Through August 9: “All Time Favorites,” a sampling of “best loved” works from the Kluge-Ruhe collection; “Timeless: Bark Paintings from Arnhem Land,” works on eucalyptus bark from the major art-producing communities throughout northern Australia.

La Galeria 218 W. Main St. Call for hours. 293-7003. Through June 30: “American Travels,” a collection of landscape photos throughout the United States by Mary Porter.

LOOK3 Festival of the Photograph Offers multiple exhibits at venues around town, from James Nachtwey’s “Struggle to Live” exhibit at 101 E. Main St., to the trees along the Downtown Mall. For full listings, visit look3.org.

McGuffey Art Center 201 Second St. NW. Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-6pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 295-7973. www.mcguffeyartcenter.com. Through June 28: Multiple exhibits, including “Waiting” by Sylvia Plachy; “Bishop Glacier,” by Tipper Gore; “Vanishing Gems,” by Joel Sartore; and “American Youth” by Redux Pictures.

Michie Building at Seventh Street
On Seventh St. side of Old Michie Building. For details, call 977-3687 or visit look3.org. Through June 28: “Natures Mortes,” by Gilles Peress.

PVCC 501 College Dr. Monday-Thursday, 9am-10pm; Friday, 9am-5pm; Saturday, 1-5pm. 961-5202. Through August 27: The annual student art exhibition.

Ruffin Gallery 179 Culbreth Rd. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm; call for special hours. 924-6123. The gallery exhibits work by UVA faculty and students on an ongoing basis. Through June 7: “HAGAN! 1936-2008, The Intervening Years: Sculpture, Drawings, New Media, Boats,” works by UVA professor James Hagan; “Shared Beginnings,” works by recently announced Aunspaugh Fellows.

Second Street Gallery 115 Second St. SE. Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-6pm. 977-7284. www.secondstreetgallery.org. Through July 18: “Luxury,” a collection of photography capturing occasions of flamboyant leisure by Martin Parr.

Try & Make 608 Preston Ave. Tuesday-Thursday and Saturday, noon-6pm; Friday, 1-8pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. tryandmake.org. Offers a variety of readings, events and exhibits.

Other exhibits

Restaurants, retailers and public spaces that host regular art events

Angelo
220 E. Main St., on the Downtown Mall. Monday-Friday, 11am-6pm; Saturday, 11am-5pm. 971-9256. Through June 30: “Florida Hybrids,” photographs by Susan Crowder.

Blue Ridge Beads and Glass 1724 Allied St. Tuesday-Saturday, 10:30am-5:30pm. 293-2876. www.blueridgebeads-glass.com. Glass pieces, paintings and instruments by Jerry O’Dell.

BozArt 211 W. Main St. Wednesday-Thursday, 3-9pm; Friday-Saturday, noon-9pm; Sunday, 1-4pm. 296-3919. Through June 30: Works by Barbara Wachter.

C&O Gallery
511 E. Water St. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 971-7044. Through July 31: “Bolungarvík: An Icelandic Village’s Story through Sustainable Fishing,” photographs by Jon Golden.

Café Cubano 112 W. Main St. Call for hours. 971-8743. Through June 30: “Disposable Rivanna,” photographs by Billy Hunt.

Charlottesville Community Design Center 100 Fifth St. NE. 984-2232. www.cvilledesign.org. Through June 5: “Urban Places, Rural Spaces,” an installation from multiple local artists and photos by Robert Llewellyn.

The Garage N. First St., across from Lee Park. Hours by appointment. thegarage-cville.com. Through June 30: Works by Jesse Wells and Kristin Smith.

Horse & Hound 625 W. Main St. Call for hours. 293-3365. Ongoing: “Virginia Hunt Country,” photographs on canvas by James Rowinski.

Jefferson Library 1329 Kenwood Farm Ln. Call for hours. 964-7540. Through November 12: “Lucy Meriwether Lewis Marks: A Biographical and Botanical Art Exhibit.”

King Family Vineyards 6550 Rosebud Farm, Crozet, 22932. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm; Saturday and Sunday, 11am-5pm. 823-7800. Through July 31: “Dreams and Memories,” oil paintings by Lindsay Michie Eades.

Milano 100 W. South St. Call for hours. 220-4302. Through June 13: Traditional ink and color Chinese paintings by Zhong Wang and his students.

Mudhouse 213 W. Main St. Monday-Thursday, 6:30am-10pm; Friday-Saturday, 6:30am-11pm; Sunday, 7am-7pm. 984-6833. Through July 6: “Arabian Streets: Photographs of the Middle East,” by Jay Kuhlmann.

Paintings & Prose 406 E. Main St. Call for hours. 220-3490. Through July 31: “Assemblages,” curated by Dorothy Palanza.

The Paramount Theater 215 E. Main St. Open during events. 979-1333. Through June 30: “Substance,” paintings by Micah Cash.

Quick Gym 216 E. Water St. Call for hours. 220-3143. Through June 30: “Symbolic Series,” pen and ink works by Nola Tamblyn.

Small Special Collections Library On the UVA Grounds. Monday-Thursday, 9am-9pm; Friday-Saturday, 9am-5pm. 924-3021. Through August 1: “From Out That Shadow: The Life and Legacy of Edgar Allan Poe.”

South Street Brewery 106 W. South St. Daily 4:30pm-close. 960-9352. Through June 30: A collection of oil paintings by Katherine Marshall.

Speak! Language Center
Rear entrance to The Glass Building, 313 Second St. SE. 245-8255. Through July 1: “Hadrian’s Coffee: Ancient Images of Contemporary Italy,” photographs by Richard Robinson.

Spring Street Boutique 107 W. Main St., on the Downtown Mall. Call for hours. 975-1200. Through June 30: Photographs from Virginia Fashion Week by Jack Looney and Liza Bishop.

Thomas Jefferson Memorial Church 717 Rugby Rd. Sunday-Friday, 9am-4pm. 293-8179. Through June 7: “Small Pieces to Make a Whole,” quilt work of Janice Walker.

Virginia Artists in Action 112 W. Main St. Wednesday, 3-6pm; Thursday-Saturday, 11am-6pm. 295-4080. Through June 30: “A New Breed of Photography,” a collection of images from multiple local artists.

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Art Upstairs Gallery 112 W. Main St., Suite 3 (in York Place). Tuesday-Thursday and Saturday, noon-5pm; Friday, 1-9pm; Sunday, 1-4pm. 923-3900. www.artupstairsgallery.com. Through May 31: “Watercolor Retrospective: 1960s to Present,” by Peter Almonte.

Bozart Gallery 211 W. Main St., Wednesday-Thursday, 3-9pm; Friday-Saturday, noon-9pm; Sunday, 1-4pm. 296-3919. www.bozartgallery.com. Through May 31: Recent works by Julia Kindred.

The Bridge/Progressive Arts Initiative 209 Monticello Rd. Wednesday-Saturday, noon-3pm, or by appointment. 984-5669. www.thebridgepai.com. Through May 31: A collection of photography from fourth-year students at UVA, including Allison Harbin, Anna Kreyling, Ellie Frazier, David Schneider, Adam Barkley, Carter Ward, Alix Baycroft and Aunspaugh Fellow James Scheuren.

The Gallery at Fifth and Water 107 Fifth St. SE. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 979-9825. Through May 27: “Naming the Architects,” a series of paintings by James Lightbourne.

Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection 400 Worrell Dr. Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-4pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 244-0234. Through August 9: “All Time Favorites,” a sampling of “best loved” works from the Kluge-Ruhe collection.

La Galeria 218 W. Main St. Call for hours. 293-7003. Through May 31: A collection of works across a variety of media from many of La Galeria’s finest artists.

Les Yeux du Monde Hours by appointment only; contact for directions. 973-5566. les yeuxdumonde@aol.com. Through May 30: “Plein Air Painting,” works by Richard Crozier and Edward Thomas.

McGuffey Art Center 201 Second St. NW. Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-6pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 295-7973. www.mcguffeyartcenter.com. Through May 31: Multiple exhibits, including “Retrospective: Selected Works, 1961-2009,” by Sarah Smith; “Nature and Buildings,” a 20-year retrospective by Wilma Bradbeer; “Curious Combinations,” collages by Rhonda Roebuck; and “Forest Discoveries,” a science and arts project by the Boys and Girls Club.

PVCC 501 College Dr. Monday-Thursday, 9am-10pm; Friday, 9am-5pm; Saturday, 1-5pm. 961-5202. Through August 27: The annual student art exhibition.

Ruffin Gallery 179 Culbreth Rd. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm; call for special hours. 924-6123. The gallery exhibits work by UVA faculty and students on an ongoing basis. Through June 7: “HAGAN! 1936-2008, The Intervening Years: Sculpture, Drawings, New Media, Boats,” works by UVA professor James Hagan; “Shared Beginnings,” works by recently announced Aunspaugh Fellows.

Second Street Gallery 115 Second St. SE. Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-6pm. 977-7284. www.secondstreetgallery.org. Through May 30: “Rhythm 1001,” a sound installation using a one-of-a-kind analog drum machine; “Mementos,” paintings by Yoko Iwanaga.

Try & Make 608 Preston Ave. Tuesday-Thursday and Saturday, noon-6pm; Friday, 1-8pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. tryandmake.org. Offers a variety of readings, events and exhibits, including “Ersatz,” a sculpture installation by Andrew Herbig.

 

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Restaurants, retailers and public spaces that host regular art events

Angelo 220 E. Main St., on the Downtown Mall. Monday-Friday, 11am-6pm; Saturday, 11am-5pm. Through June 30: “Florida Hybrids,” photographs by Susan Crowder.

Blue Ridge Beads and Glass 1724 Allied St. Tuesday-Saturday, 10:30am-5:30pm. 293-2876. www.blueridgebeads-glass.com. Glass pieces, paintings and instruments by Jerry O’Dell.

BozArt 211 W. Main St. Wednesday-Thursday, 3-9pm; Friday-Saturday, noon-9pm; Sunday, 1-4pm. 296-3919. Through May 31: Works by Julia Kindred.

C’ville Coffee 1301 Harris St. Monday-Thursday, 7:30am-9pm; Friday, 7:30am-5pm; Saturday, 8:30am-5pm; Sunday, 9:30am-8pm. 817-2633. Through May 31: Paintings by Katelyn Sack.

C&O Gallery 511 E. Water St. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 971-7044. Through May 31: “Garages of Charlottesville,” recent paintings by Kathleen Free.

Café Cubano 112 W. Main St. Call for hours. 971-8743. Through May 31: A farewell show featuring recent paintings by Gerald Mitchell.

Charlottesville Community Design Center
100 Fifth St. NE. 984-2232. www.cvilledesign.org. Through June 5: “Urban Places, Rural Spaces,” an installation from multiple local artists and photos by Robert Llewellyn.

The Garage N. First St., across from Lee Park. Hours by appointment. 295-6649. thegarage-cville.com. Through May 31: Prints by Matt Pamer.

Horse & Hound 625 W. Main St. Call for hours. 293-3365. Ongoing: “Virginia Hunt Country,” photographs on canvas by James Rowinski.

Jefferson Library 1329 Kenwood Farm Ln. Call for hours. 964-7540. Through November 12: “Lucy Meriwether Lewis Marks: A Biographical and Botanical Art Exhibit.”

Mudhouse 213 W. Main St. Monday-Thursday, 6:30am-10pm; Friday-Saturday, 6:30am-11pm; Sunday, 7am-7pm. 984-6833. Through May 31: A collection of photographs documenting Middle Eastern life and culture by Nadjib Aktouf.

New Dominion Bookshop 404 E. Main St. Monday-Saturday, 9:30am-5:30pm; Sunday, noon-5pm. 295-2552. Through May 31: “The City in Which I Love You,” new paintings by Kendall Cox.

Sage Moon Gallery LLC at Siips 212 E. Main St. Monday-Wednesday, 11:30am-10pm; Thursday-Saturday, 11:30am-midnight; Sunday, 11am-9pm. 872-0056. Through May 31: Oil landscapes using gold and copper leaf by Gwyn Kohr.

Small Special Collections Library
On the UVA Grounds. Monday-Thursday, 9am-9pm; Friday-Saturday, 9am-5pm. 924-3021. Through August 1: “From Out That Shadow: The Life and Legacy of Edgar Allan Poe.”

South Street Brewery 106 W. South St. Daily 4:30pm-close. 960-9352. Through June 30: A collection of paintings by Katherine Marshall.

Speak! Language Center Rear entrance to The Glass Building, 313 Second St. SE. 245-8255. Through July 1: “Hadrian’s Coffee: Ancient Images of Contemporary Italy,” photographs by Richard Robinson.

Spring Street Boutique 107 W. Main St., on the Downtown Mall. Call for hours. 975-1200. Through June 30: Photographs from Virginia Fashion Week by Jack Looney and Liza Bishop.

Virginia Artists in Action 112 W. Main St. Wednesday, 3-6pm; Thursday-Saturday, 11am-6pm. 295-4080. Through May 31: “Metaphors,” a series of paintings by David Copson, and works by Susan Ema Vernon, Nancy Jane Dodge and David Golden.

Westminster-Canterbury of the Blue Ridge 250 Pantops Mountain Rd. Call for hours. 972-2622. Through May 30: Watercolors and stained glass by Ellie Banks, Jeanette Buys, Edith Catlin, Dan Kelly, Tom Michie, Jeanne Radcliffe, Anne Taylor and Marnie Trotter.

Thomas Jefferson Memorial Church 717 Rugby Rd. Sunday-Friday, 9am-4pm. 293-8179. Through June 7: “Small Pieces to Make a Whole,” quilt work of Janice Walker.

To have your show considered for inclusion, e-mail the names of artists and shows, media used, contact information and the show’s beginning and end dates to Brendan Fitzgerald at arts@c-ville.com.

 

 

 

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Art Upstairs Gallery 112 W. Main St., Suite 3 (in York Place). Tuesday-Thursday and Saturday, noon-5pm; Friday, 1-9pm; Sunday, 1-4pm. 923-3900. www.artupstairsgallery.com. Through May 31: “Watercolor Retrospective: 1960s to Present,” by Peter Almonte.

Bozart Gallery 211 W. Main St., Wednesday-Thursday, 3-9pm; Friday-Saturday, noon-9pm; Sunday, 1-4pm. 296-3919. www.bozartgallery.com. Through May 31: Recent works by Julia Kindred.

The Bridge/Progressive Arts Initiative 209 Monticello Rd. Wednesday-Saturday, noon-3pm, or by appointment. 984-5669. www.thebridgepai.com. Through May 31: A collection of photography from fourth-year students at UVA, including Allison Harbin, Anna Kreyling, Ellie Frazier, David Schneider, Adam Barkley, Carter Ward, Alix Baycroft and Aunspaugh fellow James Scheuren.

The Gallery at Fifth and Water 107 Fifth St. SE. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 979-9825. Through May 27: “Naming the Architects,” a series of paintings by James Lightbourne.

Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection
400 Worrell Dr. Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-4pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 244-0234. Through August 9: “All Time Favorites,” a sampling of “best loved” works from the Kluge-Ruhe collection.

La Galeria 218 W. Main St. Call for hours. 293-7003. Through May 31: A collection of works across a variety of media from many of La Galeria’s finest artists.

Les Yeux du Monde Hours by appointment only; contact for directions. 973-5566. les yeuxdumonde@aol.com. Through May 30: “Plein Air Painting,” works by Richard Crozier and Edward Thomas.

McGuffey Art Center 201 Second St. NW. Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-6pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 295-7973. www.mcguffeyartcenter.com. Through May 31: Multiple exhibits, including “Retrospective: Selected Works, 1961-2009,” by Sarah Smith; “Nature and Buildings,” a 20-year retrospective by Wilma Bradbeer; “Curious Combinations,” collages by Rhonda Roebuck; and “Forest Discoveries,” a science and arts project by the Boys and Girls Club.

PVCC 501 College Dr. Monday-Thursday, 9am-10pm; Friday, 9am-5pm; Saturday, 1-5pm. 961-5202. Through August 27: The annual student art exhibition.

Ruffin Gallery 179 Culbreth Rd. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 924-6123. The gallery exhibits work by UVA faculty and students on an ongoing basis.

Second Street Gallery 115 Second St. SE. Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-6pm. 977-7284. www.secondstreetgallery.org. Through May 30: “Rhythm 1001,” a sound installation using a one-of-a-kind analog drum machine; “Mementos,” paintings by Yoko Iwanaga.

Try & Make 608 Preston Ave. Tuesday-Thursday and Saturday, noon-6pm; Friday, 1-8pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. tryandmake.org. Offers a variety of readings, events and exhibits, including “Ersatz,” a sculpture installation by Andrew Herbig.

Other exhibits

Restaurants, retailers and public spaces that host regular art events

Angelo 220 E. Main St., on the Downtown Mall. Monday-Friday, 11am-6pm; Saturday, 11am-5pm. Through June 30: “Florida Hybrids,” photographs by Susan Crowder.

Blue Ridge Beads and Glass 1724 Allied St. Tuesday-Saturday, 10:30am-5:30pm. 293-2876. www.blueridgebeads-glass.com. Glass pieces, paintings and instruments by Jerry O’Dell.

BozArt 211 W. Main St. Wednesday-Thursday, 3-9pm; Friday-Saturday, noon-9pm; Sunday, 1-4pm. 296-3919. Through May 31: Works by Julia Kindred.

C’ville Coffee 1301 Harris St. Monday-Thursday, 7:30am-9pm; Friday, 7:30am-5pm; Saturday, 8:30am-5pm; Sunday, 9:30am-8pm. 817-2633. Through May 31: Paintings by Katelyn Sack.

C&O Gallery 511 E. Water St. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 971-7044. Through May 31: “Garages of Charlottesville,” recent paintings by Kathleen Free.
 

Café Cubano 112 W. Main St. Call for hours. 971-8743. Through May 31: A farewell show featuring recent paintings by Gerald Mitchell.

Charlottesville Community Design Center 100 Fifth St. NE. 984-2232. www.cvilledesign. org. Through June 5: “Urban Places, Rural Spaces,” an installation from multiple local artists and photos by Robert Llewellyn.

The Garage N. First St., across from Lee Park. Hours by appointment. 295-6649. thegarage-cville.com. Through May 31: Prints by Matt Pamer.

Horse & Hound 625 W. Main St. Call for hours. 293-3365. Ongoing: “Virginia Hunt Country,” photographs on canvas by James Rowinski.

Jefferson Library 1329 Kenwood Farm Ln. Call for hours. 964-7540. Through November 12: “Lucy Meriwether Lewis Marks: A Biographical and Botanical Art Exhibit.”

Mudhouse 213 W. Main St. Monday-Thursday, 6:30am-10pm; Friday-Saturday, 6:30am-11pm; Sunday, 7am-7pm. 984-6833. Through May 31: A collection of photographs documenting Middle Eastern life and culture by Nadjib Aktouf.

New Dominion Bookshop 404 E. Main St. Monday-Saturday, 9:30am-5:30pm; Sunday, noon-5pm. 295-2552. Through May 31: “The City in Which I Love You,” new paintings by Kendall Cox.

Sage Moon Gallery LLC at Siips 212 E. Main St. Monday-Wednesday, 11:30am-10pm; Thursday-Saturday, 11:30am-midnight; Sunday, 11am-9pm. 872-0056. Through May 31: Oil landscapes using gold and copper leaf by Gwyn Kohr.

Small Special Collections Library On the UVA Grounds. Monday-Thursday, 9am-9pm; Friday-Saturday, 9am-5pm. 924-3021. Through August 1: “From Out That Shadow: The Life and Legacy of Edgar Allan Poe.”

South Street Brewery 106 W. South St. Daily 4:30pm-close. 960-9352. Through June 30: A collection of paintings by Katherine Marshall.

Speak! Language Center Rear entrance to The Glass Building, 313 Second St. SE. 245-8255. Through July 1: “Hadrian’s Coffee: Ancient
Images of Contemporary Italy,” photographs by Richard Robinson.

Spring Street Boutique 107 W. Main St., on the Downtown Mall. Call for hours. 975-1200. Through June 30: Photographs from Virginia Fashion Week by Jack Looney and Liza Bishop.

Virginia Artists in Action 112 W. Main St. Wednesday, 3-6pm; Thursday-Saturday, 11am-6pm. 295-4080. Through May 31: “Metaphors,” a series of paintings by David Copson, and works by Susan Ema Vernon, Nancy Jane Dodge and David Golden.

Westminster-Canterbury of the Blue Ridge 250 Pantops Mountain Rd. Call for hours. 972-2622. Through May 30: Watercolors and stained glass by Ellie Banks, Jeanette Buys, Edith Catlin, Dan Kelly, Tom Michie, Jeanne Radcliffe, Anne Taylor and Marnie Trotter.

To have your show considered for inclusion, e-mail the names of artists and shows, media used, contact information and the show’s beginning and end dates to Brendan Fitzgerald at arts@c-ville.com.

 

 

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Art Upstairs Gallery 112 W. Main St., Suite 3 (in York Place). Tuesday-Thursday and Saturday, noon-5pm; Friday, 1-9pm; Sunday, 1-4pm. 923-3900. www.artupstairsgallery.com. Through May 31: “Watercolor Retrospective: 1960s to Present,” by Peter Almonte.

Bozart Gallery 211 W. Main St., Wednesday-Thursday, 3-9pm; Friday-Saturday, noon-9pm; Sunday, 1-4pm. 296-3919. www.bozartgallery.com. Through May 31: Recent works by Julia Kindred.

The Bridge/Progressive Arts Initiative 209 Monticello Rd. Wednesday-Saturday, noon-3pm, or by appointment. 984-5669. www.thebridgepai.com. Through May 31: A collection of photography from fourth-year students at UVA, including Allison Harbin, Anna Kreyling, Ellie Frazier, David Schneider, Adam Barkley, Carter Ward, Alix Baycroft and Aunspaugh fellow James Scheuren.

The Gallery at Fifth and Water 107 Fifth St. SE. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 979-9825. Through May 27: “Naming the Architects,” a series of paintings by James Lightbourne.

Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection 400 Worrell Dr. Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-4pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 244-0234. Through August 9: “All Time Favorites,” a sampling of “best loved” works from the Kluge-Ruhe collection.

La Galeria 218 W. Main St. Call for hours. 293-7003. Through May 31: A collection of works across a variety of media from many of La Galeria’s finest artists.

Les Yeux du Monde Hours by appointment only; contact for directions. 973-5566. les yeuxdumonde@aol.com. May 14-30: “Plein Air Painting,” works by Richard Crozier and Edward Thomas.

McGuffey Art Center 201 Second St. NW. Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-6pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 295-7973. www.mcguffeyartcenter.com. Through May 31: Multiple exhibits, including “Retrospective: Selected Works, 1961-2009,” by Sarah Smith; “Nature and Buildings,” a 20-year retrospective by Wilma Bradbeer; “Curious Combinations,” collages by Rhonda Roebuck; and “Forest Discoveries,” a science and arts project by the Boys and Girls Club.

PVCC 501 College Dr. Monday-Thursday, 9am-10pm; Friday, 9am-5pm; Saturday, 1-5pm. 961-5202. Through August 27: The annual student art exhibition.

Ruffin Gallery 179 Culbreth Rd. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 924-6123. The gallery exhibits work by UVA faculty and students on an ongoing basis.

Second Street Gallery 115 Second St. SE. Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-6pm. 977-7284. www.secondstreetgallery.org. Through May 30: “Rhythm 1001,” a sound installation using a one-of-a-kind analog drum machine; “Mementos,” paintings by Yoko Iwanaga.

Try & Make 608 Preston Ave. Tuesday-Thursday and Saturday, noon-6pm; Friday, 1-8pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. tryandmake.org. Offers a variety of readings, events and exhibits, including “Ersatz,” a sculpture installation by Andrew Herbig.

Other exhibits

Restaurants, retailers and public spaces that host regular art events

Angelo 220 E. Main St., on the Downtown Mall. Monday-Friday, 11am-6pm; Saturday, 11am-5pm. Through June 30: “Florida Hybrids,” photographs by Susan Crowder.

Blue Ridge Beads and Glass 1724 Allied St. Tuesday-Saturday, 10:30am-5:30pm. 293-2876. www.blueridgebeads-glass.com. Glass pieces, paintings and instruments by Jerry O’Dell.

BozArt 211 W. Main St. Wednesday-Thursday, 3-9pm; Friday-Saturday, noon-9pm; Sunday, 1-4pm. 296-3919. Through May 31: Works by Julia Kindred.

C’ville Coffee
1301 Harris St. Monday-Thursday, 7:30am-9pm; Friday, 7:30am-5pm; Saturday, 8:30am-5pm; Sunday, 9:30am-8pm. 817-2633. Through May 31: Paintings by Katelyn Sack.

C&O Gallery 511 E. Water St. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 971-7044. Through May 31: “Garages of Charlottesville,” recent paintings by Kathleen Free.

Café Cubano 112 W. Main St. Call for hours. 971-8743. Through May 31: A farewell show featuring recent paintings by Gerald Mitchell.

Charlottesville Community Design Center 100 Fifth St. NE. 984-2232. www.cvilledesign.org. Through June 5: “Urban Places, Rural Spaces,” an installation from multiple local artists and photos by Robert Llewellyn.

The Garage N. First St., across from Lee Park. Hours by appointment. 295-6649. thegarage-cville.com. Through May 31: Prints by Matt Pamer.

Horse & Hound 625 W. Main St. Call for hours. 293-3365. Ongoing: “Virginia Hunt Country,” photographs on canvas by James Rowinski.

Jefferson Library
1329 Kenwood Farm Ln. Call for hours. 964-7540. Through November 12: “Lucy Meriwether Lewis Marks: A Biographical and Botanical Art Exhibit.”

Mudhouse 213 W. Main St. Monday-Thursday, 6:30am-10pm; Friday-Saturday, 6:30am-11pm; Sunday, 7am-7pm. 984-6833. Through May 31: A collection of photographs documenting Middle Eastern life and culture by Nadjib Aktouf.

New Dominion Bookshop 404 E. Main St. Monday-Saturday, 9:30am-5:30pm; Sunday, noon-5pm. 295-2552. Through May 31: “The City in Which I Love You,” new paintings by Kendall Cox.

Sage Moon Gallery LLC at Siips 212 E. Main St. Monday-Wednesday, 11:30am-10pm; Thursday-Saturday, 11:30am-midnight; Sunday, 11am-9pm. 872-0056. Through May 31: Oil landscapes using gold and copper leaf by Gwyn Kohr.

Small Special Collections Library On the UVA Grounds. Monday-Thursday, 9am-9pm; Friday-Saturday, 9am-5pm. 924-3021. Through August 1: “From Out That Shadow: The Life and Legacy of Edgar Allan Poe.”

South Street Brewery 106 W. South St. Daily 4:30pm-close. 960-9352. Through June 30: A collection of paintings by Katherine Marshall.

Speak! Language Center Rear entrance to The Glass Building, 313 Second St. SE. 245-8255. Through July 1: “Hadrian’s Coffee: Ancient Images of Contemporary Italy,” photographs by Richard Robinson.

Spring Street Boutique 107 W. Main St., on the Downtown Mall. Call for hours. 975-1200. Through June 30: Photographs from Virginia Fashion Week by Jack Looney and Liza Bishop.

Virginia Artists in Action
112 W. Main St. Wednesday, 3-6pm; Thursday-Saturday, 11am-6pm. 295-4080. Through May 31: “Metaphors,” a series of paintings by David Copson, and works by Susan Ema Vernon, Nancy Jane Dodge and David Golden.

Westminster-Canterbury of the Blue Ridge 250 Pantops Mountain Rd. Call for hours. 972-2622. Through May 30: Watercolors and stained glass by Ellie Banks, Jeanette Buys, Edith Catlin, Dan Kelly, Tom Michie, Jeanne Radcliffe, Anne Taylor and Marnie Trotter.

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Art Upstairs Gallery 112 W. Main St., Suite 3 (in York Place). Tuesday-Thursday and Saturday, noon-5pm; Friday, 1-9pm; Sunday, 1-4pm. 923-3900. www.artupstairsgallery. com. Through May 31: “Watercolor Retrospective: 1960s to Present,” by Peter Almonte.

Bozart Gallery 211 W. Main St., Wednesday-Thursday, 3-9pm; Friday-Saturday, noon-9pm; Sunday, 1-4pm. 296-3919. www.bozartgallery.com. Through May 31: Recent works by Julia Kindred.

The Bridge/Progressive Arts Initiative 209 Monticello Rd. Wednesday-Saturday, noon-3pm, or by appointment. 984-5669. www.thebridgepai.com. Through May 31: A collection of photography from fourth-year students at UVA, including Allison Harbin, Anna Kreyling, Ellie Frazier, David Schneider, Adam Barkley, Carter Ward, Alix Baycroft and Aunspaugh fellow James Scheuren.

The Gallery at Fifth and Water
107 Fifth St. SE. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 979-9825. Through May 27: “Naming the Architects,” a series of paintings by James Lightbourne.

Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection 400 Worrell Dr. Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-4pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 244-0234. Through August 9: “All Time Favorites,” a sampling of “best loved” works from the Kluge-Ruhe collection.

La Galeria 218 W. Main St. Call for hours. 293-7003. Through May 31: A collection of works across a variety of media from many of La Galeria’s finest artists.

McGuffey Art Center 201 Second St. NW. Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-6pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 295-7973. www.mcguffeyartcenter.com. Through May 31: Multiple exhibits, including “Retrospective: Selected Works, 1961-2009,” by Sarah Smith; “Nature and Buildings,” a 20-year retrospective by Wilma Bradbeer; “Curious Combinations,” collages by Rhonda Roebuck; and “Forest Discoveries,” a science and arts project by the Boys and Girls Club.

PVCC 501 College Dr. Monday-Thursday, 9am-10pm; Friday, 9am-5pm; Saturday, 1-5pm. 961-5202. Through August 27: The annual student art exhibition.

Ruffin Gallery 179 Culbreth Rd. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 924-6123. The gallery exhibits work by UVA faculty and students on an ongoing basis.

Second Street Gallery
115 Second St. SE. Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-6pm. 977-7284. www.secondstreetgallery.org. Through May 30: “Rhythm 1001,” a sound installation using a one-of-a-kind analog drum machine; “Mementos,” paintings by Yoko Iwanaga.

Try & Make
608 Preston Ave. Tuesday-Thursday and Saturday, noon-6pm; Friday, 1-8pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. tryandmake.org. Offers a variety of readings, events and exhibits, including “Ersatz,” a sculpture installation by Andrew Herbig.

Other exhibits

Restaurants, retailers and public spaces that host regular art events

Angelo 220 E. Main St., on the Downtown Mall. Monday-Friday, 11am-6pm; Saturday, 11am-5pm. Through June 30: “Florida Hybrids,” photographs by Susan Crowder.

Blue Ridge Beads and Glass 1724 Allied St. Tuesday-Saturday, 10:30am-5:30pm. 293-2876. www.blueridgebeads-glass.com. Glass pieces, paintings and instruments by Jerry O’Dell.

BozArt 211 W. Main St. Wednesday-Thursday, 3-9pm; Friday-Saturday, noon-9pm; Sunday, 1-4pm. 296-3919. Through May 31: Works by Julia Kindred.

C’ville Coffee
1301 Harris St. Monday-Thursday, 7:30am-9pm; Friday, 7:30am-5pm; Saturday, 8:30am-5pm; Sunday, 9:30am-8pm. 817-2633. Through May 31: Paintings by Katelyn Sack.

C&O Gallery 511 E. Water St. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 971-7044. Through May 31: “Garages of Charlottesville,” recent paintings by Kathleen Free.

Café Cubano 112 W. Main St. Call for hours. 971-8743. Through May 31: A farewell show featuring recent paintings by Gerald Mitchell.

Charlottesville Community Design Center 100 Fifth St. NE. 984-2232. www.cville design.org. Through June 5: “Urban Places, Rural Spaces,” an installation from multiple local artists and photos by Robert Llewellyn.

The Garage N. First St., across from Lee Park. Hours by appointment. 295-6649. thegarage-cville.com. Through May 31: Prints by Matt Pamer.

Horse & Hound 625 W. Main St. Call for hours. 293-3365. Ongoing: “Virginia Hunt Country,” photographs on canvas by James Rowinski.

Jefferson Library 1329 Kenwood Farm Ln. Call for hours. 964-7540. Through November 12: “Lucy Meriwether Lewis Marks: A Biographical and Botanical Art Exhibit.”

Mudhouse 213 W. Main St. Monday-Thursday, 6:30am-10pm; Friday-Saturday, 6:30am-11pm; Sunday, 7am-7pm. 984-6833. Through May 31: A collection of photographs documenting Middle Eastern life and culture by Nadjib Aktouf.

New Dominion Bookshop 404 E. Main St. Monday-Saturday, 9:30am-5:30pm; Sunday, noon-5pm. 295-2552. Through May 31: “The City in Which I Love You,” new paintings by Kendall Cox.

Sage Moon Gallery LLC at Siips 212 E. Main St. Monday-Wednesday, 11:30am-10pm; Thursday-Saturday, 11:30am-midnight; Sunday, 11am-9pm. 872-0056. Through May 31: Oil landscapes using gold and copper leaf by Gwyn Kohr.

Small Special Collections Library On the UVA Grounds. Monday-Thursday, 9am-9pm; Friday-Saturday, 9am-5pm. 924-3021. Through August 1: “From Out That Shadow: The Life and Legacy of Edgar Allan Poe.”

South Street Brewery 106 W. South St. Daily 4:30pm-close. 960-9352. Through June 30: A collection of paintings by Katherine Marshall.

Speak! Language Center
Rear entrance to The Glass Building, 313 Second St. SE. 245-8255. Through July 1: “Hadrian’s Coffee: Ancient Images of Contemporary Italy,” photographs by Richard Robinson.

Spring Street Boutique
107 W. Main St., on the Downtown Mall. Call for hours. 975-1200. Through June 30: Photographs from Virginia Fashion Week by Jack Looney and Liza Bishop.

Virginia Artists in Action 112 W. Main St. Wednesday, 3-6pm; Thursday-Saturday, 11am-6pm. 295-4080. Through May 31: “Metaphors,” a series of paintings by David Copson, and works by Susan Ema Vernon, Nancy Jane Dodge and David Golden.

Westminster-Canterbury of the Blue Ridge 250 Pantops Mountain Rd. Call for hours. 972-2622. Through May 30: Watercolors and stained glass by Ellie Banks, Jeanette Buys, Edith Catlin, Dan Kelly, Tom Michie, Jeanne Radcliffe, Anne Taylor and Marnie Trotter.

To have your show considered for inclusion, e-mail the names of artists and shows, media used, contact information and the show’s beginning and end dates to Brendan Fitzgerald at arts@c-ville.com.

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