There are no April showers scheduled for this Third Friday Artwalk, but you can expect to see plenty of amazing exhibits featuring some of the most talented artists that Phoenix has to offer. More info can be found here for this and future events.
Up Against the Wall
Join Flo Razowsky and Treeo Gallery for this powerful exploration of the evolution of state imposed borders from around the world, captured through the lens. Each image breathes life in to the physical relationship that exists between the border itself and the people who are forced to come into contact with it on a daily basis. Open from 6-9 p.m., located at 906 N. 6th Street.
Treetastik: Life Amongst the Trees
The 4th annual exhibit features more than 20 local artists who answered nature’s call, so to speak, to deliver a show inspired by the mystery and majesty that trees provide. Come out to the Firehouse from 6-9 p.m. to bask in the shade of so much creativity and connect with some great local artists. Located at 1015 N. 1st street.
This exhibit depicts drawings, paintings and 3-D works from artist Turner G. Davis over the past decade depicting surreal moments and strange narratives. I always find these shows to be particularly interesting because you get to see the evolution of the artist over time. Join Davis at the Eye Lounge from 6-10 p.m., located at 419 E. Roosevelt.
Impermanence (Three and Seven)
Palabra is not new to the art scene, but they do have a new location in downtown and are putting on some great new shows. Join them this Third Friday for their newest exhibit, featuring the work of artist Richard Douglas who explores the inner workings of himself, coupled with outer influences. Open from 7-10 p.m., now located at 909 N. 1st street.
A Cut Above
If anyone understands the concept of the right tool for the job, it is artist Dani Godreau. Armed with a pair of scissors and using the timeless tradition of paper cutting, Godreau uses her unique craftsmanship, coupled with lighting and shadow play, to deliver a message of unity and strength with an emphasis on the role women have played in the work force. Open from 6-9 p.m. at 9 the Gallery, located at 1229 Grand Ave.