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 Great local art -- without breaking the bank:Fourth annual “100 under $100” show scheduled at ’57 Biscayne in Pioneer SquareThursday, Sept. 7

 Great local art -- without breaking the bank:Fourth annual “100 under $100” show scheduled at ’57 Biscayne in Pioneer SquareThursday, Sept. 7

 Local studio complex ’57 Biscayne is set to host its fourth annual “100 under $100” art show on Thursday, Sept. 7.

The name says it all – 100 pieces on display, each available for less than $100.

The show, free and open to the public, is slated for 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. at ’57 Biscayne, located in Suite 200 at the Good Arts Building, 110 Cherry St. in Pioneer Square.

Available work will include original drawings, small paintings, photographs, lithographs, mixed media constructions, tin collages and more.

“The price is right! Everyone should come in and get some art,” ’57 Biscayne founder and artist Jane Richlovsky said. “Snatch up work by local artists—veterans and upstarts alike—and mingle with lots of fabulous guests.” Collectors can meet the artists and take home their work the same night.

Visitors will also enjoy live piano music by Victor Janucz.

The gallery will remain open by appointment throughout September -- for as long as the art lasts.

The featured artists include Celeste Cooning, Elizabeth Arzani, Marne Cohen-Vance, Keven Furiya, Kelly Lyles, Jane Richlovsky, Nia Michaels, Etta Lilienthal, Rachel Illingworth, Braden Duncan, Laura Tempest Zakroff, Warren Munzel, Mandy Amsel, Savina Mason, Sarah Dillon,

Eric Eschenbach, Dara Solliday, Jeff Scott, Henrietta's Eye, Krisna Schumann, Liz Ewings and Lindsay Peyton.

Richlovsky founded ’57 Biscayne in 2011 to offer affordable workspaces for her fellow evictees of the storied 619 Western arts building and to maintain the presence of artists in Pioneer Square.

In 2015, the artist-developer partnership Good Arts LLC formed to buy the entire building, with the mission of providing additional affordable space for creation, promotion, and exhibition of a broad range of artistic endeavors, and to facilitated a world where creatives are empowered to be entrepreneurs and innovators instead of endangered wildlife that needs saving.

For more information about ’57 Biscayne, visit 57biscayne.com.