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I attended the first Friday event on Friday April 1st and as I walked down 2nd Street it was like I stepped into another world I was amazed that I lived in Philadelphia for eleven years and never realized that the city holds a large art community On every corner of 2nd Street there was an Art Gallery and people performed on the street I saw jugglers musicians tattoo artist dancers and many more all of them entertaining crowd of people I visited the Art Jazz Gallery Gallery 51 and the LG Tripp Gallery to name a few The Art Jazz Gallery featured some festive colorful pieces of art with jazz music as the subject matter but it also featured some darker artwork I thought the art in Art Jazz Gallery was fantastic and from what I overheard others there thought so too People seemed genuinely interested in the art and the artist Someone commented on a nude painting saying that it was showing a bit much A woman in the gallery said that the artist must really like jazz and a man standing next to me said yes I do in fact I love music everyone turned at his word and we realized that the artist was in the room with us I introduced myself and spoke with him briefly His name was Jackson-Collins and the whole exhibition featured his work He grew up in California and he is a self -taught artist He loves all kind of music and beliefs that art should tell the story of music He also thinks that art is extremely personal and sees it as the artist sharing a part of his or her self and vision with the viewers The Art Jazz Gallery was very roomy and each art piece was evenly space Another gallery I visited was Gallery 51 Unlike Art Jazz Gallery Gallery 51 was not crowded at all I was the only
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