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Downtown Tampa galleries

By Times Staff Writer
Published July 28, 2005

Tampa city officials want to bring a critical mass of galleries to downtown Tampa, which has few now. But good ones are spread throughout the city, including the new Flight 19 (see review). Here are a few more worth the roam.

Ybor City

Brad Cooper Gallery, 1712 E Seventh Ave. - Through Aug. 27, "G.C. Williams: Still Life Painting" and "John Gregory: Works on Paper, Pastels & Watercolor."

Ybor Studios, 1517 E Fifth Ave. - Through Aug. 14, another newcomer features installations, multimedia art and works on paper by gallery artists.

South Tampa

Clayton Galleries, 4105 S MacDill Ave. - Through Sept. 6, "Hot Summer Show III," with works by gallery artists.

Channelside District

Artists Unlimited, 223 N 12th St. - Through Aug, 23, 2005 members' show.

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