7 Must-See Third Friday Shows in Phoenix on January 16

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Group Show at Eye Lounge

We've seen the artists of Eye Lounge exhibited plenty of places, including Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum, and their "Self-Made: 15 years of eye lounge" exhibition opens later this month at Vision Gallery. But Third Friday goers can see a new exhibition of works by Eye Lounge members Cherie Buck-Hutchison, Turner G. Davis, Mimi Jardine, Keith Laber, Constance McBride, Merkel McLendon, Abbey Messner, Teresa Moralez, John Randall Nelson, and Christina You-sun Park inside the East Gallery at the Eye Lounge -- then pop next door to enjoy "Four Walls/Four View" in the Project Room, which features works by Paradise Valley Community College students Alexa Heiser, Alexis Lieffort, Molly Burke, and Gabriela Lundblade. Find more information on the Eye Lounge Facebook page.

"Crumpled, Dented and Crushed" at Herberger Theater Art Gallery

The upstairs gallery space at the Herberger Theater Center is currently presenting the works of 35 Arizona artists in the "Crumpled, Dented and Crushed" exhibition curated by guest curator Laura Cohen-Hogan. Artists present works of photography, oil on canvas, acrylic on canvas, bronze, ballpoint pen, clay, combined media printmaking, high-fire ceramics, collage, assemblage, wood, watercolor and more. The gallery is open this Third Friday from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Find more information on the Herberger Theater Center website.

"Consciousness Rising" at GreenHaus

The last exhibition to open at the GreenHaus, which relocates along with Cole and Dayna Reed to Portland next month, is "Consciousness Rising" featuring oil on canvas works by Patricia Jensen. They'll also be showing a fun assortment of works by mixed-media artist Kyllan Maney, whose interior mural work we loved seeing recently at Queen's Pizzaria while checking out public art works by Jake Early in Mesa. The opening reception on January 16 starts at 6:30 p.m. Find more information on the GreenHaus Facebook page.

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Lynn Trimble is an award-winning freelance writer and photographer specializing in arts and culture, including visual and performing arts
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