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Rachel Bradley

Found Objects: New Beginnings – The Art of Trash
Please Join Us for an Opening Reception Honoring the Artists

Wednesday, May 21 5:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Baltimore Public Works Museum
751 Eastern Avenue
Pier 7 Inner Harbor
RSVP: 410.396.5565


Char Brooks

Artists graciously exhibiting their original works:

Rachel Bradley * Steve Bradley * Char Brooks * Scott Cawood

Emily C-D * Randall Cleaver * William Emerson * Daniel Herman

Elizabeth Morisette * Julia Petrino * Jim Pollock * William Rhodes

Leonard Streckfus * Renee Tantillo * Erwin Timmers

Curator: Gary Kachadourian, Visual Arts and Arts & Humanities Grants Coordinator
Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts
www.promotionandarts.com

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