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GALLERY NIGHT PARTICIPANTS:
1. A Means of Expression, 215 Zarragozza St., 434-6300: This art and frame gallery will be featuring the work of M & I Garmash. Considered two of the finest Romantic Impressionist of our day, their love for one another is reflected in the paintings they create together. Their giclees on canvas are very limited editions and are selling out on an international level. 20% off custom framing for any piece purchased on Gallery Night.
2. Artel Gallery, 505 Adams St., 432-3080: Come by and see the juried exhibit involving all media. The exhibit is based on the theme "When Johnny Comes Marching Home." This show is one you won't want to miss. Juried by Lonnie Rich.
3. Barbella's Gallery and Studio, 210 Church St., 380-0864: Come and enjoy an evening of great art and atmosphere. Barbella's is a hub for local and regional artisans who feel marginalized by the mainstream. The art is provocative. The vibe is warm. The mood is upbeat.
4. Belmont Arts & Cultural Center, 401 N. Reus St., 429-1222: "Art In Motion!" – Come to the Belmont Arts Center and see "Art In Motion!" featuring visual and performance art all evening long. Performances and demonstrations include glass blowing, Raku pottery, belly dancing, weaving and more. Also, come register to win a CAR in our "Art in Motion" raffle.
5. Blue Morning Gallery, 112 S. Palafox PL., 429-9100: The Sweet Prospect Band will be performing live! The Florida Society of Goldsmiths will demonstrate texturing metal for jewelry making.
6. Blondies, 23 S. Palafox PL., 471-3435: Newcomer! Blondies is the place to get a handbag or tote that shows off your love for the local arts. A wide variety of designs are available including dance, theatre, music etc… Also, come by and see the work of Holly Yashi, a nationally known crystal designer. Her Soiree Collection will be on display.
7. Breaktime Espresso Café, 34 S. Palafox PL., 438-7788: The café is featuring local artists Mark Maloney, Holley L'ttuiller, Azar Zeniologol, Tami Itzamma, Barbara Like, Jennifer McGill, & C.C. Miranda. Great coffee and great art! For your listening pleasure, local drum and bass DJ Heathen will be spinning records and heatin' things up!
8. Café 22, 22 N Palafox St., 432-8221: Newcomer! Café 22 is pleased to present the work of renowned local artist C. C. Miranda. Experience C.C.'s classical renaissance technique that combines the traditional with the modern.
9. Clay, Metal and Stone, 114 S. Palafox Pl., 429-0500: "The Candy Store of Tile" offers exclusive floor and wall tiles. To see artistic expression in a way that only man and nature can produce, come see our beautiful collection of stone, glass, and metal.
10. Distinctive Kitchens, 29 S. Palafox PL., 438-4688: Stop in Distinctive Kitchens, Pensacola's premiere culinary arts center, and check out our recently expanded selections. With our culinary cooking theater, wine cellar, extensive accessory selection and gourmet appliances, we are your one stop kitchen shop. Whether your tastes are epicurean or everyday, Distinctive Kitchens has something to fit your needs.
11. Dollarhide's Music Center, 41 S. Palafox PL., 494-9898: Listen to the University of West Florida piano students perform pop and classical music as they celebrate the university's resent designation as an "All-Steinway School!"
12. Don Alans, 401 S. Palafox PL., 439-1762: Come in and enjoy live entertainment along with the glass art designs by Beege Welborn, hand painted glassware, fine art and accessories.
13. Eat!, 286 N. Palafox St., 469-1277: Join us for an evening of wine and food tasting. Our knowledgeable wine representatives and chefs will have information on the wines, cheeses, meats and beverages we offer in our store. Our special event for the evening will be a pottery show presented by Steve and Dee Burrows. Pottery items will be available for purchase.
14. Edward Jones, 130 S. Palafox PL., 429-8403: Edward Jones Investment representative, Rick Lambert has invited artists Karen Haworth and Martha Yates to display their art work in his reception area. Stop by for refreshments and an opportunity to win lunch for two at a downtown restaurant.
15. Elebash Jewelry Company, 36 S. Palafox PL., 432-5136: For this Gallery Night, we will have a special selection of handcrafted, one-of-a-kind diamonds and colored stone jewelry from our New York designer. For this night only, we will offer 15 percent off regularly priced Elebash Jewelry.
16. Global Grill, 25 S. Palafox PL., 469-9966: Stop by and enjoy the atmosphere of The Global Grill with drink and tapas specials. This is the hot spot to be with live jazz and several featured local artists.
17. Jack & Ron's Piano Bar, 104 S. Palafox PL., 434-0291: You can count on J&R's to feature Pensacola's hottest artists.
18. Jeweler's Trade Shop Inc., 26 S. Palafox PL., 432-4433: Join your friends at Jeweler's Trade Shop for a St. Patrick's Day themed Gallery Night featuring art, music, drinks and a special collection of fine emerald jewelry.
19. The City Art Market, 15 S. Palafox PL., 437-4600: Stop in to see our entire line of Pensacola Landmark prints. Sherry and Larry Paulsen will introduce a brand new "Pensacola Beach" print at Gallery Night.
20. Pensacola Museum of Art, 407 S. Jefferson St., 432-6247: Come join us at the PMA where we will have our latest blockbuster exhibition on view. "Searching Ourselves" Masterpieces of American Photography" includes works by Steiglitz, Ansel Adams, Edward Weston and many others.
21. Pink Picasso, 19 S. Palafox PL., 437-4669: Pink Picasso is the place to see the hottest local artists! Come in and enjoy a great atmosphere while picking out that perfect piece of local artwork.
22. Quayside Gallery, 17 Zarragozza St., 455-2189: For Gallery Night, Quayside Art Gallery will be featuring the show "Art >From the Heart." Come and meet the four featured artists: Elaine Savige, Eve Wilcox, Julia Johnson and Betty Jackson. Guests can also view our three-story historic building and the works of 110 premier artists showing in a variety of genres.
23. Rock Hard Designs, 16 N. Palafox St., 438-5119: Drop by to see our exhibit "The Other White Metals," the art of Titanium and Stainless Steel. Titanium is a very noble metal that was first isolated in 1791. It was named for the strength of the giants of Greek mythology, the Titans. Stainless Steel also offers the look of platinum, and it strength approaches that of Titanium. Both metals offer great innovation and high function. Rock Hard Designs offers wearable art and original design that reflects the contemporary lifestyle.
24. Seville Quarter, 130 Government St., 434-6211: Join us for happy hour in the End of the Alley Courtyard. Enjoy live music with Lucas Crutchfield from 5-8 pm. Also check out Rosie O'Grady's dueling piano show at 8 pm. Seville has seven distinct rooms all under one roof!
25. Suellen's Secrets, 412 Zarragossa St., 429-8342: Drop in to view photography by Troy Evans. Troy's nine-year exploration of photography has been a visual interblending of dreams and reality. His latest work contends with his feelings about being adopted at birth.
26. Susan Campbell Jewelry, 208 South Alcaniz St., 434-8948: Susan Campbell Jewelry presents the 2nd annual trunk show with goldsmith Tiffany Peay. Tiffany will bring more than 200 pieces of her unique collection. Tiffany incorporates fancy colored pearls and gemstones with green, pink, yellow and white golds, creating a decidedly feminine approach to fine jewelry. Fresh designs and cooling colors abound on Alcaniz St. at Susan Campbell Jewelry.
27. The Emerald Turtle, 21 South Palafox PL., 469-8777: The Emerald Turtle welcomes back Mike Potters, a local guitarist. Mike is a very talented and entertaining artist. We are excited to show off our new location and all our colorful and wonderful items. We are expanding to include nautical items and local artwork that will fit just perfectly in your home.
28. The Mole Hole, 425 E. Zarragossa St., 434-7329: Stop by The Mole Hole and let us entertain you with live local musicians, a trunk show featuring antique inspired heirloom jewelry by Sorrelli, and one of a kind pieces from world renowned artist, Tabra.
29. Northwest Florida Ballet, 28 ½ Palafox PL., 433-8484: Northwest Florida Ballet will host a live performance that will feature community groups that are working with at risk and under privileged children. We are calling the performance "What Difference Does it Make" and are hoping to express to the public how important it is to make a difference in the lives of children and let them know how they can help. Local group "Bridging the Gap" will be involved as well.
30. Adorn, 32 South Palafox St., 470-0430: Newcomer! This store is a high-end lingerie boutique and will be featuring a local artist's oil paintings. The artist specializes in the human form, but can create art using a variety of mediums. Stop by this new hotspot and find out who the mysterious artist is.
31. The Pensacola Historical Museum, 115 E. Zaragosa St., 433-1559: In celebration of Women's History Month, the Pensacola Historical Society is hosting an event in the changing exhibits gallery of the Pensacola Historical Museum. See the evolution of women's work in Pensacola history. Learn about women who stepped out of the kitchen and into Pensacola's political, business, entertainment, educational, and medical fields. Also highlighted are the accessories of a women's world from hatpins and gloves to non-electric curling irons.