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First Friday ~ February, 2011

The Firehouse Gallery
214 SW Fourth Street

Jennifer Anderson
Through the Senses

Anderson combines traditional printmaking techniques with a digital process to create visual stories of the physical body.

In the Community Exhibits Room: Ink on paper drawings by local artist Susan Netters.


Gallery One
229-B SW G St.

Featured Artist: Sue Jordan
Artist's Working Hands

Sue's latest work has been the creation of digital collages, and she will be in the gallery on First Friday, ready to explain how she uses the computer, special software, and her hands to create her amazing collage artwork.

Works of nearly a hundred regional southern Oregon artists are also displayed, on First Friday and throughout the year! Sue's showcase will run through the 12th.


Grants Pass Museum of Art
229 SW G Street

Various Artists
Black, White, and the Blues

On display through February 11, the items to be auctioned at the museum's fundraising event, to be held February 12th at Wheeler Toyota.

Tickets are on sale for $55; seating is limited. Doors open at 6pm; art auction begins at 7pm.

Music by Rick Estrin and The Nightcats. Food. No-host bar. Call the museum for more info.


Grants Pass Arts & Fair Trade
229-A SW G Street

Caveman Camera Club
Celebrating 50 Years

The Homegrown Gallery is honored to display some of the finest works of the Caveman Camera Club, celebrating fifty years of sharing the art and science of photography in Josephine County.

Vajra Ma will also be signing copies of her new book, "From a Hidden Stream: The Natural Spiritual Authority of Women."


The Glass Forge
510 SW G Street

The Glass Forge
Glassblowing Demonstrations

There is always something new and fascinating to see at The Glass Forge.

Besides demonstrations of the creation of glass art, Jon Galfano will be playing some of his original guitar music.


Blondie's Bistro
226 SW G Street

Shannon RiverRain
Island Tropics in Acrylic

Get ready for the sun * Fabulous food, martinis and more!

Healthy options menu with Vegan & Gluten Free Delights, yet still serving the incredible melt in your mouth filet!


6th Street Coffee & Deli
208 SW 6th St

Southern Oregon Art Academy
Students' Work

SOAA is dedicated to providing the highest level of art instruction, a tradition that they believe is the fastest way to learn realistic painting and drawing.

Music will be provided by Ron and Mark, performing on acoustic guitar.


224 SW 6th St

Julia Schauer
Landscapes of the Heart

A photographic "road trip" traversing vistas both near-at-heart and vast.

Every journey is an inner journey and every landscape seen a reflection in the heart of the seer

Also featured is author of "Prepare for the Landings," Michael Ellegion, who will be having a meet and greet book signing. Michael is a direct-voice channeler who has had many interesting experiences to share.


Plaza Sewing & Vacuum
311 SE 6th St

Hugo Ladies Club
Desert Stars for Pottsville

This is the new raffle quilt for 2011, and tickets are $1 each or 6 for $5.

The Boys and Girls Club will also have artwork displayed in the window.

Music out front by the Grants Pass Brass Quintet.

The Boardroom
1867 Williams Hwy

14 Southern Oregon Guild Artists

Karen Stiles, Janice Tomkins, Linda Stevens, Bea Thompson, Cassandra Miller, George Richards, Drew Watson, Jim Lettis, Larry Pera, Diane Moller, Ross Jesswein, Sue Lily, Roxanne Hunnicut, and Jean Robertson.

Disciplines include oil, pastel, cratchart, photography, ceramics, and jewelry.

The Wiseman Gallery
3345 Redwood Highway

Brian Spolans
Breaking Frontiers

Spolans creates playful narrative mixed-media works on paper that categorize, reorganize and combine archetypes from cinema, video games and literature.

In the Annex, Feb. 1 - 18, RCC's Advanced Painting Class.

Feb. 22 - Mar. 18, RCC Art Club's Recycle Art Show.

The Train Depot
577 NE F St

Dennis Ruga
Local Photography

Also featuring music by Don Howell and the Key of Three.


Other Items of Interest
to First Friday Art Walkers, Downtown Visitors, and Evening Shoppers!

The following merchants aren't presenting art exhibits this month, but they're staying open on First Friday in support of Art Night, and have some other really incredible things to offer!

Oregon Outpost
147 SW G Street

Tasty ideas for Super Bowl Sunday!
First Friday Art Night

Tasty samples and ideas perfect for your Super Bowl party, including complimentary samples of Mead – a wonderful warming wine for these chilly winter nights.

Don't forget to watch for Oregon Outpost's Winter Clearance Sale!!!

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The Kitchen Company
301 SE 6th St

First Friday Art Night

The Kitchen Company
invites you to sample a rich & creamy Valentine treat — Cheesecake — and will be serving a variety of the wonderful treat of love! A drawing will be held for a full size cheesecake. Come share the love.

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Old Town Antique Mall
324 SW Sixth Street

Have a Very Vintage Valentine!
~12th Century B.C.E. — mid-20th Century C.E.

Step into the Wayback Machine and touch the face of history. Find and choose the perfect gift for your Valentine from among the several thousands of unique items offered by over 60 dealers, many from the most remote and distant corners of Space and Time! (The antiques, not the dealers they're all local!)

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Elegance Lamps & Lighting
321 SE 6th St

Wine Tasting
First Friday Art Night

Sherman Harms, representing Vehrs Inc., will be puring whites and reds from his portfolio. Be sure to check out the beautiful & delicious Moonstruck chocolates — perfect for Valentine's Day!

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