Opening: INTERCHANGEABLE HEARTS- ART BY BO HUGHINS & PAUL CORDES WILM

INTERCHANGEABLE HEARTS- ART BY BO HUGHINS & PAUL CORDES WILMOpening: Friday July 30th, 2010 5-8pm

Boutwell Studios
2917 Central Avenue
Homewood, AL

Come join us at Boutwell Recording Studios for yet another fantastic Art Opening, Friday, July 30th from 5 – 8PM.
Be sure to check out our website for more information about us, and enjoy our award winning podcast series! http://boutwellstudios.com/

On Friday the 30th we will be enjoying beer, and light refreshments, while we admire Bo Hughins’ & Paul Cordes Wilm’s newest works, here at Boutwell Recording Studios.

For some images of these fine gentlemen’s art stylings, please check out Bo’s flickr page: http://www.flickr.com/photos/57086069@N00/sets/
and Paul’s website: http://www.forkitude.com/

Some other special treats include, selected pieces by the students at Studio by the Tracks: http://www.studiobythetracks.org/ , and the ever popular mingling of the most interesting people from the Arts and Advertising worlds!

See you there!
Facebook event: http://www.facebook.com/#!/event.php?eid=133597443343053

Steep: An Exhibit of Teapots at Red Dot Gallery

Steep: An Exhibit of Teapots at Red Dot Gallery
Thru 9/18

Opening reception on Friday, August 6, 5-9 p.m.
Recent work from 19 artists representing seven Southern states. Includes pieces from Scott Bennett, Fong Choo, Tony Wright, Tim Sullivan, Steve Loucks, Virginia Scotchie, Chris Kelly, Doug Balous, Janice Kluge, Chris Greenman, Connor Burns, Suzie Bowman, Mark Knott, Adam Sterrett, Juan Granados, Lynette Hesser, Paveen Chunhaswasdikul, Bradley Birkhimer and Dori DeCamillis.

1001 Stuart Street, Homewood. 870-7608.
http://www.reddotgallery.com.
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Opening: “Immaterial” by John Powers at Beta Pictoris

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John Powers
new sculptures

through August 28

John is the recipient of a prestigious Joan Mitchell Foundation MFA Grant as well as the 2008 Southeastern College Art Conference Individual Artist Fellowship and the 2001 Margaret Stonewall Wooldridge Hambet Award.

He currently lives and works in Birmingham, Alabama where he is Assistant Professor of Sculpture at The University of Alabama at Birmingham.

opening Friday, July 9 6.00 – 8.00 pm

beta pictoris gallery
2411 Second Avenue North
Birmingham, Alabama