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Third Friday in Columbus Park, October 19

 

The trap Gallery

525 Gillis, 6:00 p.m–10:00 p.m.

The trap Gallery opened in 2001 and is the cornerstone of art in Columbus Park.
Open 3rd Fridays, the trap's season is April–November.

LOVE RUST 2018
an annual celebration of oxidation

Featuring works by:
Valerie Bashaw. Justin Bell. Joel Boucquemont.
Wes Casey. Mary Fasone. Dan Freuh. Megan Gallant.
Ed Lesyk. John Marak. Json Myers. Karen Peck.
Charles Ray. Ann Reckling. George Rousis.
Becky Stevens. Frank Strunk III. Dan Wayne.

 

the eight one five gallery

815 E. 5th Street, 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Current Works
by Teresa Magel

Teresa's work includes multiple elements which she uses to create paintings that represent a quiet calm of femininity. Her figures are often identifiable by their large coiffures of hair and by their dreamlike closed eyes, factors which lend them a sense of serenity. The elements of nature that she often includes in her work are flowers, butterflies, bees, dragonflies and especially hummingbirds- employed for their delicate fragility. Accompanying the visual aspects of her work are infusions of emotion, of feelings, and passionate sentiment which is the ultra effeminate essence of a woman.

"Love remains an immortal beloved, the passion to create, the desire to purge the soul. To place your heart in your hand and allow others to pet it like a velvet bird." We hope you can see the love mixed with the paint and the pulse that is palpable in the canvas, as this sojourn was enlightening and creating it created me…. "So with my heart as light as a hummingbird, red lipstick on my smile, a blond flame with blood that races to show beauty I’m honored to share my new work with you.

And while you're in the neighborhood

Columbus Park Ramen Shop, 549 Gillis

 

The North End, 910 E. 5th
3rd Friday drink specials,
kitchen until 10 p.m., bar until 1:30 a.m.