Visual art: America Elects Its First Black President 

Mon., July 14

Joel Gresham painted "AMERICA ELECTS ITS FIRST BLACK PRESIDENT" in 1989, not realizing his fantasy could feasibly become reality in a presidential election almost 20 years later with Sen. Barack Obama's shot at the White House. Gallery visitors can support the cause Mon., JULY 14, and purchase notecards, posters, prints and art shirts featuring Gresham's work, made available by Presidential Art for Change. Twenty-five percent of the proceeds go to Obama's campaign. Through Nov. 4. Free. Mon.-Fri., by appointment. Wood Is Wonderful Gallery, 2312 Benjamin E. Mays Drive. 678-793-3250. www.woodiswonderfulgallery.com.

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