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Art After Dark

Feb. 5, 6-9 p.m.

Anam-Cre’ Pottery Studio: 570 Higuera #140 (SLO Creamery) 544-1850. Empty Bowls Throw Fest, benefits the Food Bank, everyone welcome to glaze bowls.
ARTS Space Obispo: 570 Higuera #165 (SLO Creamery) 544-9251. HEARTS Obispo 4, silent auction featuring art to give as Valentine’s Day gifts. Bids close at 8:30 p.m.
Faces Salon: 1601 Osos St. 544-5729. Photographer Levi Seligman exhibits. Reeda Gorham paints using mixed media.
Frame Works: 339 Marsh 542-9000. Featuring original paintings by local artists Alfredo Arciniaga, Leslie Rhae Barber and Marguerite Costigan.
GALA Center: 1060 Palm 541-4252. The GALA Center exhibits the Central Coast Printmakers through March 30.
The Gallery at the Network: 778 Higuera, in the Network 788-0886. World-renowned potter Bill Shinn exhibits during February and March.
Hands Gallery: 777 Higuera 543-1921. Jewelry artists Shannon Len, Gwynnie B, and Ginny Bailey-Hill exhibit and talk about their new work for Valentine’s Day.
Humankind Fair Trade: 982 Monterey 594-1220. Photographer Robert Hosbach exhibits images of children in Ndola, Zambia.
Josephine Crawford Studio: 873 Church St. 543 2237. 5-6 p.m. pre-party. Theme: “Art & Religion & Vodka.” Doors close at 6 p.m.
Linnaea’s Café: 1110 Garden 541-5888. Colorful and vibrant paintings by Robert Maja, with an artist reception.
The Photo Shop: 1027 B Marsh 543-4025. Landscape photography by Jeremy Raff-Reynolds. Open 6-8 p.m.
Picking Daisies, Beautiful Napkins for Everyday Use : 570 Higuera #120 (SLO Creamery) 783-2434. Lorna Teixeira adds new pieces to her latest works.
SLO Art Center: 1010 Broad, in Mission Plaza 543-8562. “California Primitive: 25 Year Retrospective of David Settino Scott” (7 p.m. Q&A with artist) and “Passion,” a watercolor exhibit.
Stephen Patrick Design: 888 Monterey 544-3326. Featuring the work of eight talented artists.
Steynberg Gallery: 1531 Monterey 547-0278. Retrospective exhibition of David Settino Scott life’s work. A large range of paintings and sculptures will be on display through February. ∆

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