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My Magnificent Other by Eric Johnston

My Fuzzy Other. My Only Other. My Altered Other. CA Resident Artist Erin Cluley asks an assortment of friends (including the other Resident Artists at The Patterson) to fill in the blank in whatever way they want, with paintings or other artworks on the theme. Sometimes serious, mostly whimsical, the artists complete the gesture of reaching outside themselves, by swapping works at the end of the exhibition. Coincides with CA’s annual Residents’ Open House.

Participating artists: Lauren Boilini / Alexa Brooks / Erin Cluley / Jarrett Min Davis / Megan Hildebrandt / Stuart Jackson / Paul Jeanes / Eric Johnston / Rob Sparrow Jones / Courtney Jordan / Magnolia Laurie / John Moran / Christine Sajecki / Rene Trevino / Liz Wade

January 30 – February 16, 2008 ***Opening reception: Thursday, February 7th, 6-9pm coincides with Creative Alliance Residents’ Open Studio Night

Musical interpretations @ 7:30pm by: Shodekeh (human beat box) / Tiffany DeFoe (saxaphone) / Old Soul (guitar)

Amalie Rothschild Gallery – Creative Alliance at the Patterson
3134 Eastern Avenue, Baltimore, MD
http://www.creativealliance.org/

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