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Thunder & Lightning: Photos by Liz Flintz at Shine Collective

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Victoria, Miami Beach, Dundalk 2006

First Friday returns August 1st.
Opening: “Thunder and Lightning” photos by Liz Flyntz.

Her bio: ” Liz Flyntz wants to show you some pictures she’s taken over the last couple of years- mostly in Baltimore, but also around the Midwest, at the beach, and in some wooded hideaways. She’s shot pictures for friends like Beach House and Human Bell and for publications like Color, LTTR, and Signal to Noise, but these images presented here are all unsullied by prior use and totally fresh for your consumption.

In addition to looking at stuff, Liz curates art shows, makes lists, and loves Baltimore. She is about to try out another post-industrial eastern city with a “B” name – a little further north.”

6-10pm – Beer, wine & snacks.
10% off everything in the store* (*sale excludes art & jewelry)

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