David Roszelle paintings at Ted & Wally’s…Arts for All fundraiser…

Bedouin Awesome Arts and Craft sale…Magic at Midtown art…MCC and Hot Shops November shows…

David Roszelle opens This Art Show is Brought To You By The Letter P: New Art at Ted & Wally’s Ice Cream in the Old Market November 17. Roszelle, known for his psychedelic paintings, will be at the party, 7-10p.m., featuring ice cream flavors and prizes that start with the letter “P.”

An art show and soup lunch to benefit Arts for All, Inc. is November 20, 11a.m.-2p.m. at St. Martin of Tours Episcopal Church, 2324 J Street. Exhibiting artist include Jerry Jacoby (painting), Tom Hamilton (ceramics), Renae Albright (photography), Charlene Potter (drawing and painting), and more. Arts for All provides culturally enriched affordable classes that encourage personal growth. The fundraiser also benefits the Church outreach programs. $7 adults, $5 children. Artsforallinc.com.

The Bedouin Star Ethnic Dance Studio and Boutique hosts Awesome Arts and Crafts and Stuff Sale featuring local artists in painting, photography, pottery, jewelry and more, November 19 at the Studio in Bellevue.

Joslyn Castle Trust’s Magic at Midtown Designer Showcase, a design tour of upscale urban residencies at Midtown Crossing, features the area’s “finest interior designers” like Birdhouse Interiors’ Jessica McKay, Jenni Holoch of Lush Living Design and Arlene Osterloh of AJ Osterloh Design. The 32 space-tour November 18 to December 4, also features visual art as selected by the designers, like a 12-foot diptych painting by Shelly Bartek and custom blown glass light installation by Julie Conway.

Recently opened at Metropolitan Community College Gallery of Art and Design in Elkhorn, an exhibit featuring new painting and digital media by art faculty Tricia Collins and Lee Murray through December 20. Hot Shops Art Center opened four art shows 11/11/11 including The Four Horsemen and the Exquisite Elevens with new work by Derek Courtney, Joel Holm, Kim Reid-Kuhn, Mike Scheef and Lynn Batten and collaborative art from national artists Amy Haney, Bonnie O’Connell, Dan Richters, Sarah Rowe, Megan Loudon Sanders and many more. At The Movies show of the Omaha Artists Association; The Knots of Life, photography by Heather Rizzino; and Pandora’s Box presented by the Nebraska Women’s Caucus for Art also opened, all on view through November 27.

posted at 12:17 pm
on Sunday, November 13th, 2011

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