FIRST FRIDAY RECEPTIONS
Black Door Gallery
ManArt, an all-male answer to the previous all-female show, will feature sculptures, paintings and drawings by men and men only.
124 S. Spanish St.; 225-7734
Cape Girardeau native Travis Williams will display his celestial paintings. Williams will be at the gallery to paint live with his medium of choice: spray paint.
631 S. Sprigg St.; 332-7673
Crisp Museum, River Campus
Breathtaking photographs of the American West will be on display in "Red Desert, Green Prairie, Blue Sky: Photographing the West," which includes work by Martin Stupich, Miguel Gandert, Steve Fitch and more. Open from 4 to 8 p.m.
518 S. Fountain St.; 651-2143
The painted Wren Art Gallery
New jewelry from Marcia Williamson and photos from Larry Braun will be on display as well as a River Region Photography Association wall with new nature photographs by Sharon Tuschhoff and Niala Branson.
5-H N. Main St.
Artist Paul Walker will exhibit pencil sketches and acrylic paintings. Walker produces characterizations of real-life situations.
107 West Drive, Suite D; 332-7733
Timothy Orikri will exhibit his richly colorful mixed media works. Orikri, who lives in Detroit, said he seeks to empower and inspire people with his creativity.
1315 Broadway; 334-7955
The pottery, paintings and glass works that make up Mozaic Art Studio will be on display. Open until 9 p.m.
5 N. Main St.
Hunter Valley Winery
An encore display of the artwork of Craig Thomas and tastings of Hunter Valley wines.
762 Route V; 332-0879
Arts Council of Southeast Missouri
Three shows will be on display at the Arts Council: Cutting-edge and traditional works will be on display as part of the 2011 Mid-America Juried Art Exhibition; results from the Southeast Missouri Arts Council and the Southeast Missouri State University Art Academy Summer Workshops; and new works from the Visual Arts Co-op.
32 N. Main St.; 334-9233
Cape Girardeau Public Library
The library makes a special appearance on the First Friday circuit. It will exhibit art work and original films from teenagers involved in the summer reading club.
711 N. Clark Ave.; 334-5279