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First Friday receptions 12/3/10
River Campus Art Gallery
The graduating seniors will show their final works in the BFA Seniors Exhibition on display through Dec. 17. The students will be at the opening reception from 5 to 7 p.m.
518 S. Fountain St.; 651-2143
The River View Room
Jessica Joiner will show ceramic sculptures as part of her senior project at Southeast Missouri State University. The exhibit includes five figural pieces that reflect childhood memories both good and bad.
123 N. Main St.; 334-4677
Black Door Gallery
Muralist and painter Craig Thomas has new works in the gallery.
124 S. Spanish St.; 225-7734
Christmas gifts and everyday art from photographer Dr. Joel Ray and pencil artist Jeanie Eddleman.
5 N. Main St., 576-3828
Eve Strauss will have watercolors and drawings of still life, nostalgia and wildlife. Her work hangs in the collections of the Arkansas Wildlife Federation and former president Bill Clinton among other collections.
631 S. Sprigg St.; 332-7673
Hunter Valley Winery
For its last reception of the season, Hunter Valley will host two local artists: Nathan Pierce with relief sculptures of nature and architecture and Tim Vollink with regional landscape photography.
762 Route V; 332-0879
Arts Council of Southeast Missouri
More than 100 works will be on display at the annual Regional Juried Art Exhibit. Tom Neumeyer will also be signing copies of his coffee table book "Cape Girardeau: Then and Now."
32 N. Main St.; 334-9233
The Artist Studio
The Artist Studio will be showcasing Debbie Ebaugh with her reconstructed Santas and home-made pepper jellies, Tom Jorgensen with his artisan home-baked breads, and mini-framed acrylic paintings and necklaces by Judy Barks-Westrich. First Friday reception from 5 to 9 p.m.
38A N. Main St.; 651-4464
The spacious gallery on Main Street will feature the talents of the O'Tenem Gallery artists. Enjoy paintings, jewelry, photography and other prints just in time for Christmas.
5 N. Main St.; 573-382-6129
The shop on Broadway is filled with jewelry, pottery and more. It will kick off the holiday shopping season today with a free pair of earrings with every $50 purchase.
835 Broadway; 332-7123
This First Friday the gallery will have lots of gift ideas for affordable, original art. They include new pieces by Richard Jones of Studio Paran, in Madison, Wis.
107 West Drive, Suite D; 332-7733
Gallery of Inspirations
Featuring works by consumer artists of the Community Counseling Center with a reception from 5 to 8:30 p.m.
198 N. Spanish St.; 579-6544
The pottery, paintings and glass works that make up Mozaic Art Studio will be complemented by a tasting of new wines from Rothbrick winery. Open until 9 p.m.
5 N. Main St.