First Fridays Seminole Heights July!

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First Fridays Seminole Heights July! says
On Friday, July 3, several art spaces in and around the Seminole Heights area will extend their hours and be open from 7PM-10PM.

QUAID Gallery:
"It's Not Real" is the first solo show of Florida-based artist Danial Ryan. Through painting, drawing, and video, Ryan brings together the worlds of pop culture, old VHS tapes, and Walmart derelicts to reveal the death, absurdity, and decay that lies beneath the surface of suburban retail, TV, and Internet culture. Through unexpected juxtapositions and reversals Ryan both amplifies the horror of the everyday, and makes the extraordinarily upsetting ordinary. His work is funny as hell.
4636 N. Florida Ave.

Tempus Projects:
"Pop Americano" album release. Paul Reller talks about and previews the rootsy pop songs from his upcoming release, "Pop Americano."
4636 N. Florida Ave.

Rialto Theatre:
"Perfectly Imperfect," art by Markanthony R Little in 8-Count Studios, located in the Rialto Theatre.
617 N. Franklin St.

Phoenix Glass Studio:
An art gallery featuring glass products, Phoenix Glass Studio will be having an open house during First Fridays.
811 E Knollwood St.

Centre for Girls:
Centre for Girls is an arts and enrichment center for girls, ages 5-14. The Centre for Girls provides innovative programming during after-school hours and on Saturdays. For First Fridays they will be hosting an exhibition by artist Christine Eckerfield called "Natural Places." "Natural Places" is a collection of pastels created directly from nature, with an expressive style and high key color. The images include palm trees and palmettos with lush vegetation; waves and reflections; sand, sun, clouds, and sky; and oak trees with Spanish moss. Christine's landscapes depict the fleeting quality of light and color in a natural place.

Vintage Post Marketplace:
Featuring the artist Veronica Steiner who will be showing painted skateboards, paintings on wood, and oil paintings. Vintage Post Marketplace is also home to numerous vendors including Bay Shore Interiors, who refinishes tables and cupboards with distressed paint, turning them into new, modern styles; homemade candles and soaps by Lola’s Hand Crafted Candles; The Busted Hourglass, who creates women’s jewelry out of recycled parts from broken antique watches; and Something Different from Around the World, antiques and imports from all around the world.
5206 N. Florida Ave.
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