Amici Italian Cafe (233 E. Clayton St.) Musically inspired paintings by Christine Davidson. Through December.
Antiques and Jewels (290 N. Milledge) New paintings by Mary Porter, Lana Mitchell, Taylor Dubeau and others. Through December.
Art on the Side Gallery and Gifts (1011B Industrial Blvd., Watkinsville) A gallery featuring works by various artists in media including ceramics, paintings and fused glass.
Artini’s Art Lounge (296 W. Broad St.) Oil and acrylic paintings by Cheryl Whitestone and encaustic works by Mohammed el-Ganouby. Through November.
Athens Academy (1281 Spartan Dr.) Original art by Kate Sherrill, illustrator of Jack the Cat, a recently published children’s book about Charleston and Fort Sumter through the eyes of a gray tabby cat. Through Dec. 9.
Works by Stuart McCall Libby, LeeAnn Mitchell and Susan Nees. Closing reception Dec. 11. Through Dec. 11.
Aurum Studios (125 E. Clayton St.) Paintings by Rich Panico and Coco. Through Jan. 17.
Big City Bread Cafe (393 N. Finley St.) An exhibit featuring work by local art-car artist Cap Man (driver of the familiar bottlecap truck). Through November.
Cine Bar Cafe (234 W. Hancock Ave.) “The Fabric of Things” features still-life paintings from UGA Gallery Director Jeffrey Whittle. Through Dec. 14.
Circle Gallery, UGA College of Environmental Design (Caldwell Hall) An exhibit of works by BLA students from the past five years, highlighting projects demonstrating CED’s methodology. Through Dec. 2.
Dawg Gone Good BBQ (224 W. Hancock Ave.) Photos and sketches by Barbara Hutson of the Shona exhibit of Zimbabwean Statues at Ashford Manor. Through November.
Farmington Depot Gallery (1011 Salem Rd., Farmington) Owned and staffed by 16 artists, the gallery exhibits paintings, sculpture, folk art, ceramics, fine furniture and more. Permanent collection artists include Tom Phillips, Larry Hamilton, Cheri Wranosky John Weber and more.
Flicker Theatre & Bar (263 W. Washington St.) “Bugs and Candy,” macrophotography of local insects on candy landscapes by Abel Klainbaum. Through November.
Gainesville State College Oconee Campus (1201 Bishop Farms Pkwy.) “The Tilted Series” by Nina Barnes contains works utilizing digital media, collage and watercolor to form figurative images. Reception Dec. 1. Through Dec. 8.
Georgia Museum of Art (90 Carlton St.) Pioneering artist Bill Viola brought video art to greater prominence in the contemporary art world of the ’70s and ’80s. Through Feb. 19.
“Buon Natale” features holiday woodcuts with a distinctly Italian flavor by Libby Bailey. Through Jan. 8.
“Edmund Lewandowski: Precisionism and Beyond” features 50 examples of the artist’s career. Through Dec. 4.
“Introduction to the Centers” is a small exhibition introducing the Henry D. Green Center for the Study of the Decorative Arts, one of the four new units of the museum. Through Mar. 4.
“Lycett China” contains 30 painted porcelain pieces by Edward Lycett. Through Mar. 4.
“Originality by Subscription,” was originally printed in l’Estampe Originale, a quarterly started in March 1893 in France. Through Dec. 31.
Anthony Goicolea’s “Snowscape” includes a large photographic mural on Plexiglas and a video installation. Through Nov. 30.
Georgia Museum of Natural History (East Campus Road) “Lost Species: Visions of Landscapes Past,” looks at historic, Southern landscapes and the species that inhabited them. Through Dec. 9.
Georgia Theatre (215 N. Lumpkin St.) Photographs of Athens musicians by Jason Thrasher. Through November.
Hendershot’s Coffee Bar (1560 Oglethorpe Ave.) “Subjective Impressions,” oil paintings by Melody Croft. Through Dec. 1.
Hotel Indigo (500 College Ave.) “Dawgs and Dogs: The Works of Wingate Downs and Mary Engel.” Through December.
Jennifer Jangles Studio and Gallery (10 Barnett Shoals Rd.) A studio and gallery of jewelry, pottery, fabrics, ribbon and more.
Jennings Mill Country Club (1500 Chambers Ct.) Fine art photography covering golf, St. Andrew’s, Georgia, Scotland and Italy. Through Dec. 11.
Jittery Joe’s Coffee (1230 S. Millledge Ave.) Paintings of Athens and UGA landmarks by Heidi Hensley. Through November.
Just Pho…and More (1063 Baxter St.) Artwork by Leslie Litt. Through November.
Kumquat Mae Bakery Cafe (18 Barnett Shoals Rd., Watkinsville) Impressionistic and surrealistic paintings by Ann Hamlin. Through November.
Lyndon House Arts Center (293 Hoyt St.) “Community,” features works of art by by students of the Clarke County School District, emphasizing the theme of community and connection.
“Deck the Walls” is a holiday-themed market on display in the Gallery Shop and Ronnie Lukasiewicz Gallery. Through Jan. 7.
Madison-Morgan Cultural Center (434 S. Main St.) “Scapes” is an exhibition of landscapes, cityscapes and seascapes by Steffen Thomas. Through Feb. 18.
Oconee County Library (1080 Experiment Station Rd.) Abstract paintings and still lifes combining Cubism and realism by Teri Levine. Through December.
Over the Moon Creative Possibilities (159 N. Jackson St., Suite 31) New gallery featuring the Georgia Theatre Art Quilt and artwork by Timothy and Jennifer Schildknecht. Through December.
State Botanical Garden of Georgia (2450 Milledge Ave.) “Forged from Nature” is an outdoor series of sculpted garden gates by artist Andrew T. Crawford. Through Dec. 23.
StudiO (675 Pulaski St.) “Breathing Room” is a collection of landscape photography by Brian Cole. Through January.
The Grit (199 Prince Ave.) New mixed media by Toby Cole. Through Dec. 11.
Trace Gallery (160 Tracy St.) New paintings by UGA art professor James Barsness. Through Jan. 20.
Detailed and colorful artwork by Jim Barsness. Opening reception Dec. 1. Through Jan. 20.
Transmetropolitan (145 E. Clayton St.) “I Like to Eat Stuff and Paint Things.” New paintings by Joe Havasy. Through November.
UGA Lamar Dodd School of Art Galleries (270 River Rd.) BFA Printmaking Exit Show. Through. Dec. 13.
UGA Science Library (210 DW Brooks Dr.) Scientific illustrations by Sam Davidson from Monteverde, Costa Rica in pen and ink, carbon dust and watercolor. Through December.
Visionary Growth Gallery (2400 Booger Hill Rd., Danielsville) “Drawing Pretty Pictures Is a Way to Meet God in the World Like It Is” features works by Lois Curtis, Carter Wellborn, Peter Loose, Alpha Andrews, Betty Wansley and Annie Wellborn. Through April.
Walker’s Coffee & Pub (128 College Ave.) Artwork by Samantha Hudson. Through November.
White Tiger Gourmet Food & Chocolates (217 Hiawasee Ave.) Works by Emily Tatum. Through November.
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