March at 621 Gallery opens on First Friday, Mar 2, 6-9 pm, with three exhibitions:
“Thicket”a collaboration between internationally known visiting artists, Guerra de la Paz and FSU Fine Arts students. The Miami based duo, Neraldo Guerra and Alain de la Paz, have been collaborating on spectacular, thought provoking art installations since 1996, from recycled materials and intriguing symbolism. From Mar 2 – 30.;
“Recollection 4”, a multi-media¬†installation by Virginia-based ceramic artist Sukjin Choi, with an artist talk on First Friday 6-6:30pm;
“Metamorphosis”,¬† FSU Art Student League group exhibition, in the Nan Boynton Memorial Gallery.
March 15, 6-7:30, a new monthly series for those interested in collection art:Collectors Salon@621, “Collecting on a Budget” is the theme for this first event ($10 fee includes drinks and appetizers).
March 17, 1-6pm: Third Saturday at Railroad Square
March 18, 4-6pm is the 621Salon Reading Series, organized this month by Appalachee Review
We have BIG PLANS for our annual Spring Benefit, ART FOR DINNER on APRIL 14…email 621galleryinc to reserve your tickets! ($60 per person, $100 per couple)
Cynthia Hollis, Director
621 Gallery
www.621gallery.org