|Candy Childrey's "Anhinga Portrait" is on exhibit in Greener, a show that opens April 28 at the Projects in F.A.T. Village|
523 N.W. First Ave., Fort Lauderdale, Francisco@artexpressions.tk
|Lamb Chair from JoAnn Nava's Lambs and Wolves|
Works include Jean Minuchin's video Pilgrimage, a 10-foot tall clothespin sculpture by Garry Stecca, JoAnn Nava's installation Lambs and Wolves, Timothy Leistner's full-wall art installation Save Space for a Tree, bird portraits by Candy Childrey (whose work is pictured above) and Sheuat's own soda can art.
Other participating artists include Alfred Phillips, Andrea Huffman, Benjamin Horgan, Cenigma, Cynthia Nichols, Dick Sauer, Don Shearer, Gregory Foulds, Issac Allen Sandy, Jean Minuchin, Jeremiah Jenner, Judy Polstra, Julio Green, Katherine Morgan, Michael Stiles, Patricia Godwin, Paul Fioretti, Randy Hendler, Raquel Rub, Rocio Magasrevy, Ry Nielsen, Steven Lutz, SusieQ and Tom Parker.
Greener opens 7-11 p.m. April 28 and you can read Arterpillar's story about the show in Sun-Sentinel's Showtime.
The Projects South
517 N.W. First Ave., Fort Lauderdale
Habits, an exhibition of installations/interventions by Chris Zohn, Douglas Hoekzema, Freddy Jouwayed, Juan Maristany and Luke Jenkins, and performances by Raymond Brown and Legion of Pigs (LOP) featuring Edward Eden and Juan Maristany with special guest David Brieske), runs during F.A.T. Village Art Walk, 7 to 11 p.m. April 28.
Rolling Stock Gallery
521 A N.W. First Ave., Fort Lauderdale, Facebook.com/rollingstockgallery
Intermodal will present a group exhibition inspired by freight trains and curated by Atomik, 7-11 p.m. April 28.
|An Artifact of Opportunity, Debra Kaszovitz's eight-panel installation is on exhibit at World and Eye Gallery.|
109 N.W. Fifth St., Fort Lauderdale, 954-540-9897, Worldandeye.com
Restoring Balance, an exhibition in which artists Debra Kaszovitz, Mary Larsen, Kristo Nicolas, Doris Rodriguez and Paula Turk address how to bring humans into balance with nature. The show runs through it's closing, 7-11 p.m. April 28. To learn more about artist Debra Kaszovitz's work, check out Arterpillar's story in Sun-Sentinel's Lifestyle section.
|Photo by Justin Mein of C&I Studios|
541 N.W. First Ave., Fort Lauderdale, 954-357-3934, C-istudios.com
Instagram Art Gallery, a photography exhibition based on a 25-day competition in which anyone who wished could take photos on their iPhones or androids and hashtag them #ciphotoada. C&I Studio, in turn, would print them and display them in their gallery for a big show that will place Saturday night during F.A.T. Village Art Walk.
Each day of the competition had a specific theme (such as conversation, rain, computer, death, art and first love) and all shots were required to be fresh, taken the day of the challenge.
The resulting show, which runs 7:30 to 10:30 p.m., will feature music by Anthony Alvarez, beer and wine and a chance to see more than 1500 photos. Visitors will be given heart stickers to place on their favorite photos, and the photos can be purchased for a small donation to help out with a Dec. 8 charity event C&I is doing with Crossway Church as part of Help Portrait, a global project where photographers take pictures of families who may not be able to afford family photos, and then deliver the photos to those families.
Instagram Art Gallery runs 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. April 28.
|Brian Buzzella's "Finding David" will be on exhibit at Project Fine Art by Helium Creative.|
901 Progresso Drive, Studio 109, Fort Lauderdale, 954-333-8900, Projectfineart.com
Joseph Fischer, Brian Buzzella and Richard Vergez will be the featured artists at a show that runs during F.A.T. Village Art Walk, 7 to 11 p.m. April 28. This new gallery, located in the Progress Building, was established in February by Christopher Heller, owner of Helium Creative, a graphic design agency located in the neighboring space.
|Trouble at The Bubble.|
810 N.E. Fourth Ave., Fort Lauderdale, 954-562-3804, Independentworkingartistnetwork.com
Trouble With Girls, Janette Valentine's third annual art exhibition featuring more than 30 local and national female artists and photographers including Carol-Anne McFarlane, Judy Polstra, Kris Starry, Lisa Rockford, Paige Place, Susan Buzzi, Kazilla and Vena Paylo vendors of handmade goods, will include music by Haochi Waves, burlesque by Aurora Natrix and Sophia La Luna, and a visit from Ms. Cheezious Food Truck, 7 p.m. to midnight April 28. Cost: $5 for those under 21 and $10 for 21 and up (because they get drinks at no extra charge), as well as vendors of handmade goods and live music, food and drinks. The event runs 7 p.m. to midnight April 28. Admission is $5 for those under 21 and $10 for 21-and-up (includes free drinks).
After The Trouble With Girls, you can head over to Trouble With Guys featuring Jolly Badfellow, Manifest Test Subject, Suns of the Morning Star and The Toilets starting at 11 p.m. at The Poor House, 110 S.W. Third Ave., Fort Lauderdale.
|Kristin Frenzel's "Fools Gold" will be on exhibit at Art Against Autism at Stage 84 in Davie.|
9118 W. State Road 84, Davie, 954-474-5040, Stage84fl.com
Art Against Autism, presented by Big Beard Comics and B.O.M.B. (Brotherhood of Mustaches and Beards), will include live art, a craft show, contests for most heroic beard and most villainous beard (ditto for mustaches), music from Los Bastardos Magnificos, Loxahatchee Sinners Union, a burlesque show by Whiskerina Bombettes and a Saints and Sinners Car Club show. The exhibition culminates with a six-hour fundraiser party that starts at 8 p.m. April 28. Costumes are encouraged.
100 S.W. Third Ave., Fort Lauderdale, 954-449-1025, Jointherevolution.net
Spring Fling, an indie art and handmade fair from Indie Craft Bazaar, runs noon to 5 p.m. April 28 with $3 mimosas and free swag bags for the first 100 guests.