If we can offer any advice for tomorrow’s Art Walk, it’s get there early. There are several strong exhibits opening — including a new one by Nathan Durfee, who always draws big crowds. And it’s a lot harder to take in the art (not to mention sip your wine) when you’re shoulder to shoulder with a hundred other people.

But first, head to North Charleston tonight for the opening of the Redux Studio Artists Exhibit at the North Charleston City Gallery. Redux artists Lulie Wallace, Alizey Khan, Trever Webster, Joshua Breland, Paula McInerny, and Charleston newcomer India McElroy are a few of the artists participating. 

Then on Friday, Robert Lange Studios hosts the opening for Nathan Durfee’s Gentle Lines: Crossed by Veil and Vine. Unlike his last show for Piccolo Spoleto, which followed the exploits of a single dog named Bartholomeux, Gentle Lines presents smaller narratives with a wider variety of characters. 

Head to the Lese Corrigan Gallery to see Mary Walker’s collages, paintings, and prints

And Nina Liu and Friends is presenting the group show Something Fishy, featuring pieces by Aggie Zed (read our piece on Zed’s Halsey exhibition last year here), Jeri Burdick, John Davis, Nina Liu, and Martha Worthy, as well as several others. The show’s theme is aquatic animals.

There are several other exhibits opening tomorrow, including A Serene Life at Dog and Horse Fine Art and Wings of Charleston at the Charleston Artist Guild Gallery. Better make reservations somewhere for afterward — you’re going to need to sit a while if you hit even half of the shows.

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