Don’t miss Trey Mancini and Joey Rickard guest bartend at the first Brews & O’s event June 10th. Get your tickets today!

Abstract, collage watercolors are on display at Watermark



100 S. Charles St. Edward C. Ramsburg, "Conversation with Paintings" and Kiki Jacobsen, "Dialogue with Figures."

Featured among the more than 20 other artists on display at this co-op gallery (through July 2) are watercolors by Mr. Ramsburg and Ms. Jacobsen. The former's abstract paintings use a combination of earth tones and bold colors, while some others are dependant on line structure. Ms. Jacobsen's work includes mixed-media and collage along with paintings in bright, VTC primary colors; the forms suggest abstract representations of dancing women. Call 547-0452.

This exhibit of mostly black and white photographs (through July 30) demonstrates the range of creative possibilities being explored by AACC students. Subjects include the environment, boats, graveyards and texture studies, with some photographs representing experimental artistic techniques. Works by faculty members Jim Privitera and Joyce Drewanz are also featured. An opening reception is planned for Wednesday, 6 p.m.-8 p.m. Call 541-2341.

Eric Adams


World Trade Center, 401 E. Pratt St., 27th floor. Face to Face With Switzerland

Viewers can take a trip to Switzerland from the Top of the World (through July 26) in this exhibit of large-scale photographs of the people and countryside of the famed European nation. This show highlights such diverse subjects from Swiss life as native costumes and rescue dogs. The exhibit has been established to acquaint viewers with the country that is now marking its 700th anniversary. While the photographs of Swiss men and women are featured in black and white, shots of the city and country areas are in color. Call 837-4515.

Gwen Gant

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