Originally Published: October 8, 2009 10:18 p.m.
The Frame & I Art Gallery is planning its annual Employee Art Show, with artwork by the staff of the gallery and the Art Store. The exhibit opens Oct. 19 and runs until Nov. 12. The gallery will also host a reception from 6 to 8 p.m. on Oct. 23 during the 4th Friday Art Walk. The gallery is located at 229 W. Gurley St. For more information, call 445-5073 or visit www.frameandi.com.
Prescott artists Rebecca Davis and Roger Asay will open their studio and grounds to the public for the presentation of the sculptural works of Estherly Allen and Gene Galazan. Allen's work is featured in the main studio, while Galazan's large welded sculptures are arranged outdoors. The exhibit will be open to the public from 3 to 6 p.m. every day through Sunday, Oct. 11. The Asay-Davis Studios are located at 1542 Shoup St. in Forbing Park, just off Iron Springs Road near Watters Garden Center. For directions or further information, call 778-7481.
Arizona artist Judith Durr's "illusion of realism" paintings will grace Sharlot Hall Museum beginning Oct. 17 when her "Enduring Legacy" exhibition opens its four-month run in the museum's John and Helen Lawler Exhibit Center Gallery. Durr is the second of four prominent artists who are showing their works in a series of one-person exhibitions titled "PAINT! Breaking the Buckskin Ceiling." The exhibition is intended to challenge and expand the meaning of the term "Indian art" while increasing knowledge, understanding and appreciation of contemporary Native American art. Durr's exhibition runs until Feb. 14.
The exhibition is included with admission, which is free for museum members and children under 18 and $5 for adult non-members. For information, call 445-3122 or visit www.sharlot.org.