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Downtown Boise comes alive for First Thursday in April

“Road Trip: Willow Creek Summit,” oil on wax linen, is one of Rachel Teannalach’s new paintings in her solo show “Intersections and Encounters” at Gallery Five18, 518 S. Americana Blvd. in Boise
“Road Trip: Willow Creek Summit,” oil on wax linen, is one of Rachel Teannalach’s new paintings in her solo show “Intersections and Encounters” at Gallery Five18, 518 S. Americana Blvd. in Boise Rachel Teannalach

Here’s some of what’s happening at Downtown Boise’s monthly gallery stroll:

▪  Painter Rachel Teannalach, work pictured, will open a solo show at Gallery Five18, 518 S. Americana Blvd., on First Thursday. “Intersections and Encounters” explores the meeting point of human development and nature. GalleryFive18.com.

▪  LaBry Fine Art Gallery, 404 S. 8th St. in BoDo, will collaborate with its neighbor, Bodovino wine bar. You’ll find work from LaBry Gallery artists Geoffrey Krueger (painting) and Glen Hush (photography) in Bodovino’s event room, with wine tasting and hors d’oeuvres. At the gallery a few steps away, you’ll find more artists, such as painter Tarmo Watia and sculptor Guilloume, and wine by Boise’s Mouvance Winery.

▪  Heat things up at Boise Art Glass and FireFusion Studio, 1124 W. Front St., Boise. Check out the beautiful work by Art Glass Studio owner Filip Vogelpohl and others, and make something of your own. For $40, you can make a hummingbird feeder on the glass side, or, for $25, make your own spring-inspired jewelry with FireFusion owner Delia Dante. Call 345-1825 to reserve a spot for between 4 and 9 p.m. BoiseArtGlass.com; FireFusion-Studio.com.

5 to 9 p.m. Thursday, April 7, unless otherwise noted, at venues throughout Downtown Boise. Find more events at DowntownBoise.org.

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