Gallery One, located in the front of the Fifth Avenue Art Gallery, features changing exhibitions with opening receptions held the first Friday of the month from 5:30 to 8:00 pm. The shows are open to the public, admission is free, and refreshments are served.

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Solo Exhibition by Larry Buist

July 29 – August 31

OPENING RECEPTION AUGUST 2, 2019 From 5:30-8:30

Liquid Wood, a solo exhibit by Larry Buist, will mess with your concepts of wood. Plan to come to Fifth Avenue Art Gallery to experience wood as you’ve never experienced it before. This highly engaging show will open on July 29 and will run through August 31. Come meet Buist at the 1st Friday Opening Reception on August 2 from 5:30 through 8:30 pm. Larry will also be giving a 2nd Saturday talk about his work on August 10, at 2 pm. Plan to attend either event, or both, to meet Buist and to learn about his amazing approach to wood.

Mr Buist has been working in 3 dimensional art for over 20 years. His work has won many awards and is in many collections, including the Hilton Charter Hotel in Seattle, WA. Buist says of his work, “I sculpt but do not draw or paint except to work out designs for sculptures. In preparation for a new piece I often create clay or wire models. When working without a model I follow a vision and assemble pieces until a rough concept is manifest. With each new piece, I push the limits of my abilities and technical experience, as well as the medium I work in…”


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Have you been to First Friday yet? The first Friday of every month is a great time to head down to Fifth Avenue Art Gallery and EGAD (Eau Gallie Arts District). We “open” all our exhibits on first Fridays. There is music and art in the park, and the Brevard Art Museum and other EGAD galleries are open too.

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We hope to see you here!


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The Fifth Avenue Art Gallery is located at 1470 Highland Avenue, Melbourne, Florida in the Eau Gallie Arts District (EGAD)  across from the Foosaner Art Museum.