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Ways of Seeing at MAP January 18 – February 9

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Ways of Seeing: Jan 8 – Feb 9, 2008
Participating Artists Include: Jeremy Drummond, Tonia Matthews, and Rusty Wallace

I have to say that I absolutely HATE parking near Maryland Art Place, especially on a Friday night. However, this show was worth bad parking karma. “Ways of Seeing” is a vague and convenient enough theme to showcase the works of three different artists who all have a graphic sensibility and a sense of humor.

The front room – prints by Tonia Matthews.
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Works by Jeremy Drummond

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Rusty Wallace

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