the Heritage Cases by Phil Seigler and sculptures in
the lobby by Harold Rittenberry. Through July.
BARNES & NOBLE Pen drawings by Jennifer Strevig.
BLUEBIRD CAFE Paintings by Ashley Thompson.
BLUE SKY COFFEE "Art Rocks," art inspired by music.
Features paintings by Terry Rowlett, Jeff Owens and
Charles Greenleaf. Visions of undead rock bands,
flaming brass instruments and other oddities will
dance through your head. Through July.
BOTANICAL GARDEN "Southern Bird Portraits," a col
lection of watercolor paintings by Richard Parks.
Through Aug. 13.
CLAYTON STREET DELI ON BROAD Colorful, eclectic
paintings and illustrations of refineries and other
subjects by Jennifer Tessler and Lydia Crumbley.
DREAMCATCHER Paintings exploring tree motifs by
Katherine Christian. Through July.
ESPRESSO ROYALE CAFFE Oil and watercolor rendi
tions of wildflowers by Scott Pope. Through July.
FIVE STAR DAY CAFE Black and white photographic
works of various people and places by Laura
Newburn. Through mid-July.
FUCKER GALLERY (Washington St.) "Systems of
Organization," a photography exhibit by Carl Martin.
July 12 through mid-Aug.
GEORGIA MUSEUM OF ART "Collaborating Couples," a
collection of collaborative mixed-media artworks,
including: Bizarre and imaginative interactive ventril
oquists and other twisted multi-media projects by
David and Lizzie Zucker Saltz, a barnyard leplica by
Jim Buonaccorsi and LeeAnn Mitchell, country-set
ting paintings inspired by pottery and vice-versa by
Susan Roberts and Michael Simon, "Unwilling Nervous
Courage Suggests Forced Emotional Discipline," sus
pended and free-standing nudes overlaid with projec
tions of nature by Deborah McClary and Hunt Clarke
and a large-scale colorful digital print by Philip
Auslander and Deanna Sirlin. Through August 6.
"William J. Thompson: A Spiritual Journey," a diverse
collection of his religiously commissioned sculptures
and etchings, through Aug. 20. "Atelier
17/Contrepoint: The Transition." a collection of com
plex color contemoorary prints, through Aug. 27.
THE GRIT Black arid white photos by Chuck Hemard.
Artrain USA comes to Athens, July 13-16, parked adjacent to the T homas St. UGA perimeter parking lot.
WATSON ATKINSON Local artist and tattooer provides
a gallery of his creations at BLNDSGHT.com.
ART AROUHD TOWH
1942 GALLERY AND TATTOO (651 W. Broad St)
Sculptures and paintings by Josh Shaddock. Through
ABOVE BOOKSTORE AND COFFEEHOUSE Photos by
Aaron Pevey. Through mid-July.
AKT MASTERS GALLERY (Watkinsville) Pottery by
Lyette Philips, paintings and fun stuff by Peter
Loose, face jugs by Kim Black, bird paintings by Judy
Brinkhorst, colorful pictures of area landmarks by
James Dean, lighthouse and iron horse paintings by
Jean Gibson and other works from area artists.
ATHENS-CLARKE COUNTY LIBRARY "The Blessing of
Confidence," oil, acrylics and collages by Alex Cook
scattered throughout the library with accompanying
poems and stories, paintings on the back of the ETC
wall by Hildergarde Timberlake, a garden display in
HARGRETT LIBRARY (UGA) "Hollywood's View of
Georgia," a sampling of materials relating to movies
set in Georgia and by Georgia authors. On display arc
lobby cards, movie stills, scripts, posters and others
from the films based on: Deliverance by James Dickey;
God's Little Acre and lobacco Road by Erskine
Caldwell- The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter and Reflections
in a Golden Eye by Carson McCullers; Swamp Water by
Vereen Bel 1 .; Gone With the Wind by Margaret Mitchell
and Colonel Effingham's Raid by Berry Fleming.
Through August 8.
HEARTS EYE GALLERY New oil paintings by Larry
Forte (Merit Award winner at SouthWorks this year)
and Charlene and Norm Olson. Also, a collection of
works by local artists Mary Porter, Greg Benson, Jim
StipeMaas, Susan Nees, Gwen Nagel and Judith
HFRMAN C. MICHAEL PARK (Oconee County)
"Artscape Oconee," an outdoor art exhibited inspired
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Bai, Washington St. on Thursday, July 13 at 8:30
ROCK ART In conjunction with the "Rock Art"
exhibit, the Lyndon House hosts a panel discussion
by exhibiting artists/musicians Deonna Mann, Andy
LeMaster, Kenny Aguar, Jack Logan, Mike Elam,
William Cullen Hart, Bo Tompkins and Alberto
Salazarte. Panelists will discuss the relationships
between visual art and music in thmr lives. Lyndon
House Arts Center on Thursday, July 13 from 7 p.m.
to 9 p.m. FREE! 613-3623.
GOOD DIRT On-going classes for children and adults.
Leam all aspects of ceramics and pottery and more.
Good Dirt Ceramic Workcenter, 355-3161.
FACE DRAWING Athens artist Tracy Jefferies leads a
workshop on "face mapping," drawing faces for por
traiture for children ages 6-14. Sponsored by the
GMOA. Monroe Art Guild, 205 S. Broad St., Monroe on
Saturday. July 15 from 10 a.m. to 12 noon.
Registration required. (770) 207-8937.
GLASSBLOWING Three-day Glassblowing Workshops
held monthly, Watkinsville. Limited spaces, registra
tion required. Patrice Secrist, 769-7198.
MICHAELS Leam painting, calligraphy and mosaic
tiling, sign yourself up for the Memory Book Club or
sign the kids up for the Saturday Kids' Club. Michaels
Arts & Crafts Store, times and fees vary, 549-6955.
OPEN STUDIO Life drawing classes allowing artists
the opportunity to refine their drawing skills by
working with live models. No instruction provided,
bring your own materials. Georgia Museum of Art
Forio Classroom on Wednesday, July 12 from 5:30
p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Fee: S3. 542-4662.
ART OH LINE
FRED SCHNEIDER The B-52's singer and collector of
20th Century design presents "Fred's Picks," featuring
work by Boris Bally, Klara Borbas, Paul Eshelman,
Peter Greenwood, Mark Schmidt, Peter Saenger and
Gilda Westerman in the "Special Exhibitions" section
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