It’s Third F-F-Friday!

It has grown a bit chilly in downtown, so be sure to bundle up for this evening’s Third Friday Art Walk. Don’t have enough warm clothes in the closet? Bring more friends and huddle in between them! They will appreciate you thinking of them. More information about Third Friday can be found on the Artlink website.

…This Was Now…
An exhibit by Larry Willis opens tonight at 9 the Gallery, along Grand Avenue. Realized in Willis’s posteresque fashion, the show expresses a 30 year retrospective body of work highlighting unspoken truths in our day to day lives. Doors will be open from 6-9 p.m. and is located at 1229 Grand Avenue.

courtesy of Larry Willis

Image courtesy of Larry Willis.

Your Thoughts Are Not Your Own
Treeo Gallery, located at 906 N 6th st., opens tonight at 6 p.m. featuring the solo exhibit of Bill Dambrova. Let him tell you a story through his organic layering filled with expressive imagery, historical references and universal symbolism. Truly a feast for the eyes. For more information, visit

Disillusioned Insight
Modified Arts presents its third annual solo exhibit, featuring the evocative works of Jonathan Howard. His layered pieces combined a variety of materials, including found objects, which beckon the viewer to look deeper at the moments of human connection amidst the urban landscape. Doors open at 6 p.m. and is located at 407 E Roosevelt st.

Image courtesy of Jonathan Howard.

Image courtesy of Jonathan Howard.

Ellen Nemetz comes to Eye Lounge for her solo exhibit tonight, showcasing her comical style of painting depicting collections of silly animals in a variety of unusual settings reflecting on what it means to be human. This show will leave you thinking. Located 418 E Roosevelt St from 6-10 p.m.

Time Don’t Mean Nothin’ to a Hog
22 year resident of Phoenix, Jenny Odom, returns to The Hive tonight from 6-10 p.m. for her solo show featuring a series of abstract works that reference the concept of time and what it means to us, or doesn’t mean to us. Located at 2222 N 16th st.