Last Friday – October

by | Nov 2, 2009 | ART

In this episode of Last Friday, Baylen Forcier interviews,

In this episode of Last Friday, Baylen Forcier interviews,

Sean Taylor whose subtle paintings allow your mind to wonder through the American Dream. They grace the walls of Ghostprint Gallery.

Former VCU professor Mel Paca show’s us paintings of the dogs she loves. With the help of Metro Space she organized a fund raiser for the Greyhound Pets of America.

Nikki Eqbal describes her love of hand block printing which is on display at Ishq Gallery.

Gallery 5 has many pieces by Kris Kuksi, Michael Moses and Wes Freed which go well with their annual Carnival of Five Fires.

Photographer Nick Ghobashi shows us his favorite subject, skate boarders, at Henry.

The artwork is accompanied by street musicians Hum Billy and the Hill Bums.

November’s First Friday is on the 6th at around 7 p.m. Walk down Broad and Main Street and see the beautiful art that fills our city.

Brian Tyree was the camera man for this video, and John Matuszewski took the photos, Thanks Guys.

Matt Ringer

Matt Ringer

A meat popsicle.

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