Thursday May 3, 2012

Alchemy Initiative

40 Melville St.

Crispina ffrench, ‘Spring and Summer garments made from recycled T-shirts and sweatshirts'

Diane Firtell, exploring a single bouquet

Art On No

311 North St.

Open studios with 19 artists

Berkshire Carousel

170 North St.

Historic scenes of Red Lion Inn, Blantyre Castle, Balance Rock in Lanesborough etc.

BCC gallery

Intermodal Transportation Center, North Street and Columbus Ave.

Abstract artist Daniel Brody: biomorphic shapes

Berkshire Museum

39 South St.

Contemporary sculpture, paintings, photography and Hudson River School

Berkshire Medical Center

North end of North Street

Marion Grant of Richmond: Paintings of rare fowl

Brix Wine Bar

West Street

Kate Knapp from Front Street Gallry, Housatonic

Colonial Theatre

111 South St.

Photography of Nicholas Whitman, book ‘The Colonial Theatre: A Pittsfield Resurrection'

Crowne Plaza

1 West St.

Margurite Bride, local Berkshire scenes

Empty Set Projects

150 South St.

Studio of artists Monika Pizzichemi (photos, mixed media), Michael McKay and Marcel Bova (paintings)

Ferrin Gallery

437 North St.


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‘Covet Art and Objects' summer-long show of work in response to museum collections.

Gallery 25

25 Union St.

Printmaker and figure artist Michael Vincent Bushy, ‘Bones and Bodies'

Lichtenstein Center for the Arts

28 Renne Ave.

Annual Berkshire Art Association Fellowship Show, college artists

Mad Macs, Inc.

21 Union St.

Sally Tiska Rice, paintings

Marketplace Café

53 North St.

Kathryn Jensen, paintings of Western Massachusetts

Miller Art Supply

205 West St.

Overview of Artswalk artists around town

Paul Rich and Sons

North Street

Joanie Ciolfi, oil paintings

Steven Valenti Clothing for Men

157 North St.

Sean McCusker, ‘Dreming of Light,' surreal landscapes

Treehouse

305 North St.

Peg Dotchin, ‘All the Children'

Y Bar

391 North St.

Phil Bastow, mixed media, and Michael Boroniec, ceramic and porcelain

Bagels Too, The Lantern Restaurant, Patteez Boutique, Shawn's Barger Shop and Spice Dragon also plan to be open for the event.

-- Information from firstfridaysartswalk.com