Paper Airplane opens June 26 from 7-9 p.m.

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Paper Airplane: A National Juried Exhibition of Works on Paper
at Paperwork Gallery

Jurors: Amy Eva Raehse, Executive Director of Goya Contemporary Gallery and Jackie Milad, Curator and Director of The Union Gallery, University of Maryland, College Park.

Opening Reception: Thursday, June 26 from 7-9 .m.
Exhibition Dates: June 26 – August 30, 2008

Participating Artists: Stephanie Beck, Linda Bills, Sasha Blanton, Jen Brickey, Ian Davis, Sophia Flood, Karl Hluska, Lisa Lindgren, Magnolia Laurie, Karenna Ness, Nikki Painter, Frank Phillips, Sidney Pink, Bonner Sale, and Rachel Sitkin.

For more information go to paperwork’s website at

For more pics from the opening, go to Ten Tigers Blog.

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