Thursday, August 4, 2011

Look Book: Dog days edition

Art openings Aug. 4-5

Posted by Erica Jackson Curran on Thu, Aug 4, 2011 at 11:00 AM

The calendar's looking a little sparse these days, but the visual arts scene is making up for the lack of events with a handful of solid opening receptions this week. Take a look.

On Thurs. Aug. 4, Stems presents whimsical floral still lifes from painter Lulie Wallace. Stop by between 5 and 10 p.m. to see more than 60 of the Redux artist's works and sample beer from Westbrook Brewing Co.

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Also Thursday, Robert Lange Studios is hosting a preview night to benefit Redux. A suggested $10 donation will get you a sneak peek of Lange's new solo show along with drinks, food, and music from Elise Testone.

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Head up to North Charleston Thursday to check out their City Gallery's new show featuring works by Georgia artists Samantha Meeker and Elizabeth Roberts McFalls.

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Out on Sullivan's Island on Friday, the White Gallery presents paintings by Claude Buckley that take a satirical look at the economic crisis.

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Back downtown on Friday, Imaging Arts Gallery hosts the opening of their Hipstamatic Art Show.

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Redux returns from their hiatus with Social Velocity, featuring works by Joseph Labate and Ryan Mandell.

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M Gallery presents Pastorals and Portraits from Kevin Menck and Ken Pledger.

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