When: Fri., April 1, 5-8 p.m. 2011
There are few things I enjoy more than Daylight Savings Time, especially during an art walk. It means I can see the work at all the Broad Street/French Quarter galleries, drink some complimentary wine or cocktails that they provide, and still have some sunshine left when I’m done. This month features some pretty good offerings. Nostalgia at the Wells Gallery has new works from Sally Tharp (expect paintings of Lifesavers candy), glass sculpture by David Goldhagen and John Geci, and a lampwork demonstration from Felice Designs. Martin Gallery presents the sculptures of Steve Reinmuth in Structure and Sound. Jeff Jamison will show his new urban-themed paintings at Ella Walton Richardson Fine Art Gallery, and Mario A. Robinson represents a bygone era at Ann Long Fine Art. M Gallery of Fine Art has two shows: a Master Marine exhibit and the latest works from Gene Costanza. Gifts of the Moment, evocative paintings by Ann Dettmer, is at Mary Martin Fine Art Gallery. Stop by SCOOP Studios to see Christopher Murphy’s collection of paintings about destruction and renewal. And don’t forget Whisper Brightly, Nathan Durfee’s collaboration with Megan Aline at Robert Lange Studios.