Street corners. Fire hydrants. Is that a Tardis? Protesters hanging from a bridge. Troll's-eye view. Fixing a stained glass window. Idyllic boathouse. What would Naked Bob Ross do? Vintage stores in cornflower blue. The Gas Building is gone now. So is the Alhambra. Centennial Mills is going away. But there are two new bridges. Dalek at Maker Faire. Tiny horses! Four-way bubbler. Otto's. Warm afternoon light glinting off a food cart. Is that reservoir building actually a house? Carpet selfies! Sunlit headstones -- real and fake. Rainy day strip club reflections. Dappled marble columns downtown.
It's the little things that make a city. One Hundred Little Portlands.
SECOND Friday Opening Reception September 8th -- 6pm to midnight
All Ages :: Beer/cider/wine available for purchase with ID (cards accepted but cash preferred) :: As always admission is FREE!
Catering at our events are casual pot luck style so bring something to share if you can.
Booking inquiries for live music/performance email: firstname.lastname@example.org
And hey everybody, don't forget the art is available FOR SALE! The show will be featured all month long during gallery hours (see below).
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AFRU Gallery is curated by Jonas Nash. Located in the heart of Portland's Southeast industrial area, AFRU has been growing steadily in exposure since its inception in September of 2012. Its relaxed atmosphere, quality artist displays and extraordinary music performances on first Fridays have given it a healthy reputation in the artist community and a tip of the hat from internationally established artists and galleries alike.
AFRU Gallery 534 SE Oak Street Portland, Oregon 97214 www.afrugallery.com email@example.com