First Thursday: A Variety of Art 

Art for everyone

There is no shortage of interesting and diverse artwork on display around downtown this First Thursday. At Bricolage (418 S. Sixth St.), the featured artist is Kelly J. Morgan, and the featured maker is David Ultis from the Citizen Scientific Workshop, an online shop for all things 3D printing. From 5-9 p.m., Ultis will have a few 3-D printers on site, demonstrating handmade items that combine technology and craft.

At the Flying M Coffeehouse (500 W. Idaho St.), artist Brandi Benson shows off her acrylic paint and mixed-media collection called "Dreams of the Traveling Time Lord." The works will especially appeal to "Whovians," as they're heavily influenced by popular British science-fiction TV show Doctor Who. Flying M is open until 11 p.m.

From 5-7 p.m. at The Studio: An Elite Salon and Spa (702 W. Idaho St.), check out work by local artist Martin Wilke (a Boise Weekly cover artist). On his web site, Wilke writes that the subject matter of his pen drawings varies widely: birds, planes, UFO's, rockets, petroglyphs, landscapes, quilt designs, architecture and more.

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