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Susan Jamison: Trust in Me
New paintings in egg tempera on panel

Courtney Jordan: Restructuring
New paintings and drawings on mylar

Opening reception with artists: Saturday, September 15, 6-8 PM

Irvine Contemporary is delighted to present two new solo exhibitions: Susan Jamison, Trust in Me, and Courtney Jordan, Restructuring. Both exhibitions open Saturday, September 15 and extend through October 20. Opening reception with artists, Saturday, September 15, 6-8 PM.

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Susan Jamison, Trust in Me, 2007. Egg tempera and ink transfer on panel. 36 X 36 inches.

Susan Jamison has an MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design. She lives and works in Roanoke, VA.

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Courtney Jordan, Module 1, 2007. Ink and graphite on mylar. 14 X 18 inches.

Courtney Jordan lives and works in Baltimore, MD. She has an MFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art and a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design.

IRVINE CONTEMPORARY
1412 14th St ., NW, Washington, DC 20005
www.irvinecontemporary.com

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