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Encaustic Exhibitions at MacLean Project for the Arts

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Exhibitions April 17 – June 7, 2008 Reception April 17, 7 – 9 pm
The Divas and Iron Chefs of Encaustic – Emerson Gallery
Four Months: Paintings by Deena Feigelson Margolis – Atrium Gallery
Donald Depuydt: Recent Prints – Ramp Gallery

Encaustic Slide Lecture and Demonstration Saturday, May 31, 10 am – 1 pm. Learn about the history and contemporary use of the encaustic technique and experience a demonstration by VCU painting professor and exhibition curator Reni Gower. $10 per person;call for reservations or email [email protected].

MPA’s Mission The mission of McLean Project for theArts is to exhibit the work of emerging and established artists from the mid-Atlantic region;to promote public awareness and understanding of the concepts of contemporary art;and to offer instruction and education in the visual arts.

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