Spring out in Syracuse notes

Painters Darryl Hughto & Susan Roth to show

Recent Works opening reception is Friday March 12; 6 to 8 p.m. at the Limestone Gallery in Fayetteville. The show is on view through April 23 with an artist talk March 20 at 1 p.m. Limestone is at 207 Brooklea Dr., Fayetteville. More info 632-4445 or info@limestoneart.biz.

The Westcott Community Art Gallery presents Childress

Life's Closet: Acrylics and Fabric

The show runs from March 12 to April 2 with an opening Reception March 12 from 5 to 8 p.m.

Free and open to the Public

Artist Statement: "This art show is about art in our life. I'm exhibiting 10 to 12 acrylic paintings and have 10 fabric pieces that match the paintings. Part of the show is t-shirt art. I'm displaying 20 to 30 t-shirts that are unique expressions of color and life. I have picked pictures form different times in my life that have been milestones. It is my life's closet. Growing up, my closet is where I put things that were important to me. My picture of Nureyev and then my picture of Barishnikov all hung inside my closet. My friends judged people on the clothes they wear. So, my closet was an important part of my social life. I had a goal/competition with my father about t-shirts and sweatshirts. My Dad collected sweatshirts. I wanted 100 T-shirts. I reached my goal. We judge people by the clothes they wear. So why not wear art, art is my best self-expression."

Iroquois club on urban trail

On Sunday March 14 -- join the Iroquois Club's Urban rediscover the urban landscape of Syracuse. Instead of heading for the hills this spring, check out what downtown has to offer. This will be a great opportunity to talk (as you walk) about some of the environmental issue facing Syracuse. Meet at Manley Field house (SU campus) at 12:45p.m. to take the 1:02 p.m. Connective Corridor bus (543) downtown.

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