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Excited to Announce that I'm Working on an Installation for The Dean Hotel & Legendary Music Producer & Photographer, Terry Manning on June 4th

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Excited to Announce that I'm Working on an Installation for The Dean Hotel & Legendary Music Producer & Photographer, Terry Manning on June 4th

Excited to share that I'll be back at The Dean Hotel working on a major installation for The Dean during PVD Fest.  Alongside my installation, I'm also working with music producer & photographer, Terry Manny on an installation to showcase his photos. Thrilled to be working with The Dean again...and with legendary music producer Terry Manning. Look for it at The Dean in Providence, RI on June 4th!

Image:  The Dean Hotel

Image:  The Dean Hotel

Image:  The Dean Hotel

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Dualisms

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Dualisms

I'll be showing my mixed-media sculpture in a group show in Boston this March at the Abigail Ogilvy Gallery

Opening reception is March 4th from 5-9pm.

The show, called Dualisms, is a group show curated by David Guerra of DarkRoom .
If you're in the area, stop by.  

Details below...

Dualisms

Fri, Mar 4, 20165:00pm  Sun, Mar 27, 20169:00pm
Abigail Ogilvy Gallery 

Abigail Ogilvy Gallery presents Dualisms, curated by David Guerra.

Opening Reception is on Friday March 4, 2016 from 5 - 9 p.m.

This collective exhibition explores a multiplicity of interpretations of dualism. The artists address conceptual divisions between opposed or contrasted perspectives in religion, philosophy, art and design. 

Dualisms between man and nature, mind and matter, body and soul, cause and effect, image and reflection, identity and perception, reality and illusion, or thoughts on the quality of being dual are present in the show. 

A group show featuring:

      + Daniel Barreto
      + Hannah Bates
      + Lizzy Dargie
      + Eben Haines
      + Kelly Knapp
      + Ryan McMahon
      + Will Russack
      + Safarani Sisters
      + Stefan Volatile-Wood

Exhibition Dates: March 4 - March 27, 2016. Free and open to the public.

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