First Friday kicked off 2016 with a solid bang and Third Friday is following up this month with another solid slue of shows. So, if you missed the first art walk of the year, fear not because Third Friday has a few surprises up its sleeve. Take a look at some of these local exhibits we think you’ll enjoy. Find more info on the Artlink website.
Mind’s Eye Candy
Indulge in Treeo’s debut exhibit of the year which is sure to be a tasty treat for your senses. Featuring the fine artwork of Geoffrey Gersten and Dan Nearing, this show playfully displays the surreal side of political satire and whimsical humor combined with images paying homage to the passionate work of candy wrapper designers. Join them tonight from 6-9 p.m. to meet the artists, located at 906 N. 6th St. Find more info here.
Modified Arts welcomes back artist William LeGoullon for his solo show after seven years of traveling and exhibiting across the world. He brings to Phoenix a unique take on mankind’s dominance of the southwestern landscape, referenced through found objects previously used as target practice through a variety of photographs. Join LeGoullon at Modified Arts from 6-9 p.m. at 407 E. Roosevelt St.
For The Love Of Art
9 the Gallery is proud to feature its second exhibit of the year. This group show will feature several local artists depicting representations of what it is that they love about art through a variety of mediums. Swing by from 6-9 p.m., located at 1229 Grand Ave.
Time To Go
Take this unique opportunity to not only view, but to purchase a local collection of artwork from owner/collectors, Julia Foumier and Steve Helffrich. Their collection features a variety of local artists including Ashley Macias, Thomas Breeze, Eric Cox and many, many more. Drop by The Hive from 7-10pm, located at 2222 N. 16th St. Find more information here.
Go On Till You Come To The End
Join Christopher Jagmin as he hosts his experimental exhibit tonight at the Eye Lounge. Jagmin uses unconventional materials including, but not limited to roofing paper, found cardboard and more to create a frenzied display of emotion, memory and color. Join Jagmin from 6-9 p.m. at 419 E. Roosevelt St.
Featured image: Go On Till You Come To The End, courtesy of Christopher Jagmin.