First Friday receptions for 8/5/11

Friday, August 5, 2011


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

Aartful Rose

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.

Edward Bernard

Artist Paul Walker will exhibit pencil sketches and acrylic paintings. Walker produces characterizations of real-life situations.

107 West Drive, Suite D; 332-7733

Global Cafe

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

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