Add painting by Cami Galofre to your must-see list on May Third Friday.EXPAND
Add painting by Cami Galofre to your must-see list on May Third Friday.
Cami Galofre

11 Exhibits to See on May Third Friday in Phoenix

If you missed the myriad art shows that opened on First Friday, this could be a chance to redeem yourself. Some of those shows will continue for Third Friday, even as new exhibits open up around town. To help you get a handle on all the fresh art, we’ve put together a roundup of Third Friday exhibits.

“Color Field”
See works by Cami Galofre, who blends abstract and landscape sensibilities to create paintings that reflect beautiful evolutions of color, line, and form within natural and built environments. She’s one of three artists showing works inside the Xico, Inc. shipping container galleries from 6 to 10 p.m. on Third Friday. Learn more on the Facebook event page.

“Concentricity”
Eye Lounge is presenting Danielle Wood’s solo exhibition titled “Concentricity: Exploring Cyclical Patterns in Nature,” which includes ceramic forms that address the “interdependence and symbiotic relationships of living organisms.” Third Friday hours are 6 to 10 p.m. Find more information on the Facebook event page.

Here's a glimpse of work by Aaron Coleman.
Here's a glimpse of work by Aaron Coleman.
Aaron Coleman

“Dogs of Doom”
Modified Arts is showing lithographs and etchings by artist Aaron Coleman, whose work addresses collective complicity in “cultural imperialism, institutionalized violence, and the radicalization of spirituality.” The gallery will also be showing “Coalescing Form & Focus,” featuring works by Danielle Hacche. Third Friday hours are 6 to 9 p.m. Learn more on the Facebook event page.

Explore a new artist collaboration at The Mantle at MADE.EXPAND
Explore a new artist collaboration at The Mantle at MADE.
Playdate Workshop

“Fan Club”
See new works by a trio of artist friends who call themselves Playdate Workshop. They include Danny Neumann, an artist best known for photographing elaborate scenes of small toy figures in everyday settings. This show feature pop-surreal photos of custom-made action figures set in carefully crafted miniature worlds. Third Friday hours at The Mantle at MADE are 7 to 10 p.m. Get details on the Facebook event page.

“At Arms Length”
See new works by Elizabeth Brice-Heames at Palabra, where Third Friday hours are 7 to 9 p.m. The artist’s works, often created using black and white, have strong graphic elements. Find more information on the artist's Facebook page.

Hazel Stone repeats patterns and text.
Hazel Stone repeats patterns and text.
Hazel Stone

“Levels of Communication”
The Art Gallery at Herberger Theater Center is showing more than two dozen works by Hazel Stone, who creates primarily watercolor narrative and abstract works featuring repeated patterns and text. The gallery will be open during performances on Third Friday. Get details on the Herberger Theater Center website.

Two Artist Show
Phoenix Center for the Arts is showing works by Stephanie Passantino and Maria Nancy Thomas inside its Larry Wilson Gallery, where Third Friday hours are 6 to 9 p.m. Get details on the Facebook event page.

“The Art of Fearlessly Giving Back”
See works by Michelle Micalizzi exhibited as part of a fundraiser benefiting several local charities. They’ll be on view at the Arizona Science Center Create Makerspace from 6 to 9 p.m. on Third Friday, when you can also bid on auction items to benefit various causes. Learn more on the Facebook event page.

“Journey: Into the Unknown”
{9} The Gallery is showing works by Rusul Emad in The Lounge at {9}, which is an exhibition, retail, and community gathering space adjacent to the venue’s main gallery.  Paintings of the Baghdad-born artist reflect the experience of being a stranger or visitor in a foreign land. Third Friday hours are 6 to 10 p.m. Get details on the Facebook event page.

“Ancestral Visions”
The Hive Art Gallery presents works by Zarco Guerrero and Edgar Fernandez, who work in multiple media including painting and sculpture to "explore and reinterpret ancient symbols and metaphors" for contemporary times. Third Friday hours are 7 to 10 p.m. Learn more on the Facebook event page.

“Memo: A Study on Letters and Words”
Sundown Gallery and Studios is presenting a group show featuring Janel Garza, Zachary Dean Glover, JB Snyder, and several additional artists whose work involves textual elements. Featured media include sculpture, photography, textiles, and painting. Third Friday hours are 5 to 10 p.m. Get details on the Facebook event page.

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