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Figures on Vibrating Ground - Paintings and Drawings by Chloe Mosbacher, Morgan Suter and Rick Price @ Studio 89

Figures on Vibrating Ground - Paintings and Drawings by Chloe Mosbacher, Morgan Suter and Rick Price

May 22-June 21, 1 p.m. — "Figures on Vibrating Ground" explores the ways our emotions and imagination affect...
Up Close and Personal: The Art Effect Exhibition @

Up Close and Personal: The Art Effect Exhibition

May 28-July 1, 12 p.m. — Up Close and Personal invites you to engage with the age-old notion...

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