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Exhibits & openings this week 

Desoto Strut III - Several exhibits host simultaneous opening receptions, including an eclectic group show. Music, refreshments and open studio visits. April 30, 5-10pm. Desoto Row, Desoto Ave between 40th and 41st

Ellen Susan: Soldier Portraits - Local photographer uses a 150-year old method to capture striking portraits of contemporary soldiers. Runs through July 25. Jepson Center, 207 W. York St.

Fibers Guild - Works by members and includes spinning, weaving, knitting, crochet, basketry, quilting, dyeing and jewelry. Through 4/30. S.P.A.C.E. Gallery , 9 W. Henry St.

Fixed Slippery - Artist Christopher Williams blurs the lines between painting, architecture and sculpture with unique results. Opening reception: May 1, 6-9pm. Desotorow Gallery , 2427 Desoto Ave.

Kinetic - Solo show featuring work from painter Lauren Hill exploring the art of tattoos as body adornment and self expression. Through 5/1. Indigo Sky Community Gallery, 915 Waters Ave.

Lavar Munroe: Art of Illustration - Digitally colored graphite drawing and mixed media pieces. Through 6/12. Beach Institute, 502 E. Harris St.

My Life Saving Doodles - Photography, digital prints and fine art by designer and illustrator Brianna Thayer. Through 5/15. Reception: 5/1, 7-9pm. B. Matthew's Eatery 3rd Floor Gallery

Painters' Reel: Contemporary Painters of Georgia - Features 11 contemporary painters from across the state, representing a cross-section of Georgia's vibrant visual art scene. Organized by the Museum of Arts and Sciences in Macon. Thru May 17. Jepson Center, 207 W. York St.

Philip Perkis: 50 Years of Photographs - A retrospective of work from the NY-based photographer's illustrious career capturing intimate moments and pastoral scenes. Runs through 9/19. Telfair Museum of Art

Redux - A group show exhibiting work made from recycled materials. Runs through May 5. Desotorow Gallery , 2427 Desoto Ave.

Rules of Play - Exhibition by Cuban artist Alexandre Arrechea who depicts seemingly impractical objects that belie complex, thought-provoking and clever observations about power. Gallery talk and reception: 4/30, 5-8pm.Gutstein Gallery , 201 E. Broughton St.,

Selected Work by Robert Friedman - A local artist who made a name for himself with ceramics, exhibits a collection of work including sculpture and primal acrylic paintings. Runs through April 30. JEA Art Gallery, 5111 Abercorn St.

The Armada Series - Local artist Chris Keinke's intricately layered paintings reference colonialism, slavery and globalization. Through May 5. Reception: May 1, 6-9pm. Desotorow Gallery , 2427 Desoto Ave.

The Works - Mixed media exhibition of work from seniors in AASU's Arts program. Savannah Mall

Through the Woods - A solo show by California artist Clare Rojas whose work pulls imagery from a variety of traditions to create poignant allegorical narratives. Through 5/9. Reception: 4/30, 6-8pm. Pinnacle Gallery , 320 E. Liberty St.

Whodunit - Painter Adam Reinhard explores emotion and expression through portraits of individuals' body language. Through May 14. Reception: April 30, 6-8pm. Hall Street Gallery, 212 W. Hall St.

Work by Jeff Zeigler - A collection of folk and abstract paintings by local artist Jeff Zeigler. The Sentient Bean, 13 E. Park Ave.

Works of Ordinary Madness - An eclectic collection of work by Heath Rich, including drawings, paintings and other pieces. Slate Grey Studios, 4117 Montgomery St.

Works on Paper - A group show featuring local artists demonstrating the diverse range of art made on paper. Includes Betsey Cain, Carmen Aliffi, James Zdaniewski, Gerome Temple and more. Runs through 6/5. Atwell's Art and Frames, 228 W. Broughton St.

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