img_6796010810Painter Medy Quiroz at the opening of the two-artist show at Jamian’s Thursday night. Below, a bar patron takes in a Quiroz triptych. (Click to enlarge)

Live music venue; bar; restaurant; art gallery; place for knitters to drink — or should that be, “a place for drinkers to knit?”

Whatever. Continuing its evolution into a kind of one-stop cultural center, Monmouth Street’s Jamian’s Food and Drink last night kicked off its latest monthlong display of artwork.

The show is dominated by the large abstracts of Red Bank painter Medy Quiroz.

img_6797010810Sharing wall space with Quiroz, who was featured on redbankgreen in February, 2007, is Sue Rebou├žas, a prolific 45-year-old Delaware artist who took up painting only 18 months ago.

The show, which runs through February 2, was curated by Travis Radcliffe, another Red Bank artist who doubles as a bartender at Jamian’s.