Galleries & Exhibitions 7/25 – 7/31/2006

Abundant Life 201 E. Main St., Suite Q (Above Zocalo). Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, 9-11am; Monday and Thursday, 1-5pm; Tuesday and Wednesday, 1-6pm. 979-5433. Through July 31: Paintings and sculpture by Jason Roberson.

Albemarle County Courthouse 501 E. Jefferson Court Sq. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 804-362-3792. Through July 31: Central Virginia Watercolor Guild Members Awards Show.

Anderson and Strudwick 414 E. Market St., second floor. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 293-8181. Through July 31: “Wanderings,” photography by Scott Keith.

Angelo 220 E. Main St., Downtown Mall. Monday-Saturday, 11am-6pm. 971-9256. Through August 31: “Lightness and Weight,” paintings and works on paper by Laura J. Snyder.

Art Upstairs 316 E. Main St., Downtown Mall. Wednesday-Saturday, noon-5pm. 923-3900. Through July 31: “Contrast by Design: Highlights and Shadows in Watercolor to Create Realism,” by Richard Gross.

Blue Ridge Beads and Glass 1724 Allied St. Monday-Saturday, 10:30am-5:30pm. 293-2876. Through July 31: New glass pieces, paintings and stained glass instruments by Jerry O’Dell.

Boutique Boutique 411 E. Main St., Downtown Mall. Monday-Saturday, 10am-5pm. 293-8400. Through July 31: “Married Life,” paintings by Baldwin North and Mindy North.

BozArt Gallery 211 W. Main St., Downtown Mall. Wednesday-Thursday, noon-6pm; Friday-Saturday, noon-9pm; Sunday 1-4pm. 296-3919.  Through July 30: “Ame-Technique,” a show in oils, spray paint, latex, trash and treasures by Kris Bowmaster.

Café Cubano 112 W. Main St., York Place, Downtown Mall. Monday-Tuesday, 6:30am-5pm; Wednesday-Saturday, 6:30am-10pm; Sunday 8am-5pm. 971-8743. Through July 31: Photography exhibition on Cuba by Tori Abrazo.

C & O 515 E. Water St. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm by chance or appointment. Through July 26: “Figures,” a new show by John Hetzel.

Charles L. Brown Science and Engineering Library Clark Hall, McCormick Road. Monday-Thursday, 8am-2am; Friday, 8am-9pm; Saturday 10am-6pm; Sunday 10am-2am. 924-7200. Through January 2007: “Exquisite History: The Land of Wandering,” prints by the Printmakers Left, artists and poets from UVA’s printmaking programs.

Charlottesville Community Design Center 101 E. Main St. Monday-Friday, 10am-4pm. 984-2232. Through August 25: “Working to Rebuild Pearlington, Mississippi after Katrina,” an exhibit from the Building Goodness Foundation.

County Office Building Second Floor Lobby 401 McIntire Rd. Monday-Friday, 8:30am-4:30pm. 295-2486. Through August 31: Charlottesville-Albemarle Art Association presents photographs by Charles Battig and paintings by Coy Roy.

Eppie’s Restaurant 412 E. Main St., Downtown Mall. Monday-Saturday, 11am-9pm. Through July 31: Mixed-media works by Julie Garcia.

Fifth Floor Gallery at Keller Williams 300 Preston Ave., Suite 500, Commonwealth Building. Monday-Friday, 8:30am-5:30pm. 220-2200. Through July: Oil paintings by Heliardo Aragao.

Fellini’s # 9 200 W. Market St. Tuesday-Sunday, 5-10pm. 979-4279. Through July 31: “Summertime Watercolors,” by Sunny Leng.

The Gallery at Fifth and Water Henderson & Everett, P.C. and Stoneking/von Storch Architects, 107 Fifth St. SE. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 979-9825. Through July 31: “Diving Into Color,” oil paintings by Randy Sights Baskerville and “Xcalacoco,” photographs by Sarah Hormel Everett.

Glo 225 E. Main St. Monday-Saturday, 10am-6pm; Sunday 1-5pm. 295-7432. Through July 31: New oil paintings on canvas by Christian Peri.

Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection 400 Worrell Dr., Peter Jefferson Place. Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. 244-0234. Through August 19: “Mysterious Beauty: Edward L. Ruhe’s Vision of Australian Aboriginal Art;” through August 23: “Manta Wiru (Beautiful Land): Paintings from Amata.”

La Galeria 218 W. Market St. Monday-Friday, 11am-5:30pm; Saturday 11am-3pm. 293-7003. Through July 31: “Night Lights,” by Sue Sencer.

Lee Alter Studios 109 E. Jefferson St. 760-9658. Call for viewing.

Les Yeux du Monde 115 S. First St. Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-5pm. 973-5566. Through August 25: Gloria and David Lee.

McGuffey Art Center 201 Second St. NW. Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-5pm; Sunday 1-5pm. 295-7973. Through August 13: “Jean’s Gutsy Abstract Art Show,” oil paintings by Jean Sampson and “Summer Group Show” of members’ works.

Migration: A Gallery 119 Fifth St. SE. Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-6pm; First Fridays, 11am-8:30pm; Sunday and Monday by appointment. 293-2200. Through August 31: “Elemental Harmonies,” paintings by Suzanne

Howes-Stevens and metal work by Jim Martin and “Inside/Out,” paintings by Lynn Boggess and clay vessels and plates by Tom Clarkson.

Mono Loco 200 W. Water St. Monday-Friday, 11:30am-10pm; Saturday 5:30-10pm; Sunday 11:30am-9pm. 979-0688. Through July 31: “Sand in the Eyes,” by George Andrews.

Mudhouse 213 W. Main St. Tuesday-Saturday, 7am-11pm; Sunday 8am-8pm; Monday 7am-8pm. 984-6833. Through July 31: New work by Sean Samoheyl.

New Dominion Bookshop 404 E. Main St. Monday-Wednesday and Saturday, 9:30am-5:30pm; Thursday-Friday, 9:30am-8pm; Sunday noon-5pm. 295-2552. Through July 31: “Chimeras and Dreamers,” recent oil paintings by Lisi Stoessel.

Sage Moon Gallery 420 E. Main St., Downtown Mall. Tuesday-Thursday, 12-8pm; Friday-Saturday, 10am-10pm; Sunday, 11am-7pm. 977-9997. Through July 31: A new exhibition by oil painter Raymond Chow.

Second Street Gallery City Center for Contemporary Arts, Second Street SE and Water Street. Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-6pm. 977-7284. Through August 12: “Love Letter Invitational,” a multimedia installation with works on the theme of love by local writers and artists in the May Dove Gallery. Includes contributions from Gregory Orr, John Casey, Paul Curreri, Rita Dove and the Printmakers Left.

Sidetracks 218 W. Water St. Monday-Saturday, 10am-6pm; Sunday, 1-5pm. 295-3080. Through July 31: “Drawn from Music,” music-inspired drawings by Laura Lee Gulledge.

Spruce Creek Gallery 1368 Rockfish Valley Hwy., Nellysford. 361-1859. Through August 7: “Party Animals,” paintings by Cynthia Burke.

Starr Hill Restaurant and Brewery 709 W. Main St., Tuesday–Sunday from 5pm.

977-0017. Through July: Photography by Sean Thomas.

Thomas Jefferson Memorial Church 717 Rugby Rd. Sunday-Friday, 9am-2pm. 293-8179. Through July: “Pants, Puppets and Web Comics,” by Skyler Breeden.

Transient Crafters 118 E. Main St., Downtown Mall. Monday-Thursday and Saturday, 10am-6pm; Friday 10am-9pm; Sunday noon-6pm. 972-9500. Through July 31: “Body of Work,” stained glass panels by Lynn Windsor.

UVA Art Museum 155 Rugby Rd. Tuesday-Sunday, 1-5pm. 924-3592. Through August 20: “Humanism and Enigma,” oil paintings by Honoré Sharrer in the main gallery. Through August 6: “Art/Not Art,” oceanic art and artifacts. Free to students and museum members, all others $3.

UVA Small Special Collections Library, McCormick Road. adjacent to Alderman Library. Main exhibit gallery hours: Monday-Saturday, 9am-1pm. Check library hours

at www.lib.virginia.edu/hours. Through Sep-

tember: “The Style of Power: Building a New Nation,” with works drawn from the Library’s Special Collections, the UVA Art Museum, Monticello and Mount Vernon. Free.

White Orchid 420 W. Main St. Monday-Sunday, 11:30am-2pm, 5-10pm. 297-4400. Through August 31: “Photographs of Vietnam” by Georgia Barbour.

C-VILLE Weekly defines an exhibition space or gallery as a venue that displays art and is either nonprofit, donates space to artists or hosts regularly rotating exhibitions. Gallery listing is at editorial discretion. To have your show considered for inclusion, please provide the names of artists and shows, media used, contact information and the show’s beginning and end dates

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