for displaying work of all media. Call Jennifer, ‘ > 53-
FLAGPOLE NEEDS ART Attention all artists: If you
have a show up at any area gallery or business, send
us photos, slides or digital files of your work from the
show. Submitted work may be reproduced on these
pages to showcase you and your work—for free!
Contact Margaret, 549-9523.
HERITAGE FOUNDATION The Athens-Clarke Heritage
Foundation invites regional artists to participate in
its annual holiday gala, "Silent Lights." High-quality
art in any medium with the theme of lighting will be
accepted through November. Laura Straehta, 353-
NASHVILLE ART The Tomato Head in Nashville, TN is
seeking art by Athens area artists to display. Submit
5-10 slides of wall-mountable contemporary art by
Sept. 15. (865) 525-6101, ext. 255 or 253.
GOOD DIRT On-going classes for children and adults.
Learn all aspects of ceramics and pottery and more.
Good Dirt Ceramic Workcenter, 355-3161.
GLASSBLOWING Three-day Glassblowing Workshops
held monthly, Watkinsville. Limited spaces, registra
tion required. Patrice Secrist, 769-7198.
MICHAELS Learn 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, Aug. 9 from 5:30 p.m.
to 8:30 p.m. Fee: $3. 542-4662.
ART AROUND TOWN
1942 GALLERY AND TATTOO (651 W. Broad St.)
Paintings and multi-media works by Michael Herman.
ABOVE BOOKSTORE AND COFFEEHOUSE B&W photos
by Audrey Jones. Through Aug.
ART MASTERS GALLERY (Watkinsville) 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
ATHENS-CLARKE COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
Paintings by Flo Gross. Through Sept.
ATHENS-CLARKE COUNTY LIBRARY Paintings by
Nancy Roberson on the 2nd floor. Also, an Athens
Sports Hall of Fame Awards display. Through Aug.
ATHENS COMMUNITY COUNCIL ON AGING (Hoyt. St.)
Cil paintings by Hildergarde Timberlake. Through
AURUM STUDIOS Paintings by Norm and Charlene
Olson. Through Sept.
BARNES & NOBLE Pen drawings by Jennifer Strevig.
BLUEBIRD CAFE An eclectic assortment of works
including oil paintings, a multi-media theater box
mannequin and sketches by Ashley Thompson.
Through Aug. Also, a new permanent mural by Jeremy
BLUE SKY COFFEE Paintings by Jimmy Bursenos.
BOTANICAL GARDEN "Southern Bird Portrait," a col
lection of watercolor paintings by Richard Parks.
Through Aug. 13.
CITY SALON & SPA Tree oil paintings by Katherine
Christian and nude paintings by Heather Balthazar.
CLAYTON STREET DELI ON BROAD Prints and aprons
by Mandy Mastrovita. Through mid-Aug.
COURTHOUSE (Magistrate's Office) Paintings by Paul
Edmonston. Through September.
COURTHOUSE (Probate Offices) Acrylics by Michael
Berry. Through September.
DREAMCATCHER 2-D and 3-D paintings by Shane
Urquhart. Through August
DREE & COMPANY Paintings by Stan Mullins. Through
ESPRESSO ROYALE CAFFE Paintings by Karen
Sevenoff. Through August.
FIRST AMERICAN BANK (Downtown) Paintings by
Celia Brooks Through September.
FIVE STAR DAY CAFE "Impressions of Georgia: Images
from the Coast to the Mountains and Right Here at
Home," a collection of altered, still and digital color
photographs taken around Georgia (including floral
shots taken at the Botanical Garden) by Tracy Tate.
FLICKER GALLERY (Washington St.) "Systems of
Organization," a photography exhibit by Carl Martin.
GEORGIA MUSEUM OF ART "William J. Thompson: A
Spiritual Journey," a diverse collection of his reli
giously commissioned sculptures and etchings,
through Aug. 20. "Atelier 17/Contrepoint: The
Transition," a collection of complex color contempo
rary prints, through Aug. 27. "Kenyon Cox: In the
Spirit of Classicism," an exhibit of human figure
drawings, sketches and paintings by the artist.
Through Sept. 3.
GEORGIA SOUTH TRUST BANK (Alps Rd.)
Photographs by Brian Ross. Through September.
HEART'S EYE GALLERY New oil paintings by Larry
Forte (Merit Award winner at SouthWorks) 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
HERMAN C. MICHAEL PARK (Oconee County)
"Artscape Oconee," an outdoor art exhibited inspired
• by life in Oconee County. Through Aug 19.
HIGHLAND HILLS VILLAGE (1660 Jennings Mill Rd.)
Pastels and watercolors by Martha J. Jenkins.
KRIMSON KAFE (Watkinsville) Photographs by Lucy
Ingram. Through August.
LAMAR DODD SCHOOL OF ART "Intermediate
Painting Class Show," featuring the summer work of
Karen Bradley, Jessica Daniel, Amy Mashburn and
Fran Starling. Through Aug. 11.
LAST RESORT GRILL Vibrant oil portraits of daunting
pupil-less women by Melissa McKim. Through August.
LFWIS 8i COMPANY Prints and watercolors by Alex
Perrodin. Through Sept.
LOBLOLLY A varied collection of Tibetan and Persian
rugs, Turkish pillows, pottery, paintings, ceramics and
more by local artists.
LOEF GALLERY Photo collages by new member Phillip
White now showing in the Alcove. Also, works by
local art’sts, including turned wood by Don Fournier,
photos by David Dwinell, Japanese watercolors by
Egbert Ennulat, glazed pottery by Linda Stickney,
wood block prints and watercolors by Constance
Marchell Flynn, colorful computer generated prints by
Paul Edmonston and vibrant mixed-media pieces by
LOWERY GALLERY AND SCULPTURE GROUNDS
(DanielsviUe) "The Athens Regional Juried
Photography Show," an exhibit of over 50 works in
various photographic media from Athens and beyond.
Photographers featured in the exhibit are: Chris
Herron, Vj/yan Hughes, Ben Jose, Paula Nail,
Jonathan Evans, Edie Parsons, Lauren Schwartz,
Saburah Posner, Frank Hamrick, Kristine Potter,
Charles Freeman, Wiley Sanderson, Mary Sayer
Hammond, Chuck He.nard, Michael Guerzon, Jim
Parker, Tina Halcomb, Kevin Hoth, Lauren Woolley,
Amy Lipham and Susan Czechowski. The juror tor the
show was Jim Buonaccorsi who selected 3 winners
and 6 honorable mentions. Through Sept. 8. Also, an
outdoor sculpture show featuring works by resident
artists from the Sloss Furnace. Artists include Erik
Johnson, Allen Peterson, Matt Eaton, Elizabeth
Kronfield and Matthew Wicker. In add’tion, sculptures
by Jim Buonaccorsi, Chris Fennell, John Raulerson,
Matthew Wicker, Beth Steele, David Jones, Terry
Glispin and Dylan Neuwirth.
LYNDON HOUSE ARTS CENTER "Full House," an
exhibit by members of the five art groups that call
the Lyndon House home: the Athens Fibercraft Guild,
the Cotton Patch Quilt Guild, the Athens Art
Association, the Lyndon House Arts Foundation, the
Visual Arts Guild (Loef Gallery). Through Aug. 19.
"Quilting in Community," a presentation of the
"Giving Quilt Project" Aug. 15-0ct 14.
MARRAKECH EXPRESS Assorted works that embrace
wood textures, from finely-crafted, ornate walking
staffs to religiously-themed paintings by Jan Fink.
NORMALTOWN CAFE Photos of the remaining covered
bridges in Georgia by Brian Crum.
OCONEE COUNTY LIBRARY (Watkinsville) Paintings
from "The Memory Painters," a group of artists from
the Council on Ag ; ng. Through August.
RECORDING FOR THE BUND (120 Florida Ave.)
Watercolors by Jean Gibson. Through September.
RUGGIERE/P.ED DOOR GALLERIES (Watkinsville)
Paintings by Eric Legge, Mary Porter and Peter Loose.
SED GALLERY (UGA Caldwell Hall, Room G14) "North
Oconee River Greenway," sponsored by the School of
'Environmental Design. Through September.
STARBUCKS "Angels and Stuff," a collection of oil
and mixed-media paintings by Chad Moore. Through
STRAND Photo piecings by Pattiy Torno. Through
THOMPSON GALLERY "Interface," a sculpture show
by Dylan Neuwirth. Through mid-August
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