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Lotta Art at School 33 – Saturday, April 26

Opening April 26, 6-8pm
Slide-Lecture April 25th
Nancy Selvin 7:00pm, David Furman 8:00pm
Please RSVP to reserve a space

Evocative works by Californians, David Furman and Nancy Selvin seem very dissimilar at first glance, but both artists provide insight into the human condition. Intimate insights are provided by Furman through his figurative explorations of symbolic interpersonal poses and Selvin with her domestic collections and poetic labeling of these compositions

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