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Ceramic Antlers by Christine Tillman

Forgottostay by James Johnson- Found objects, collage, mixed materials

Alex Ebstein has a BIG camera!

Drawings by Patrick O’Malley

O’s World – detail – by Patrick O’Malley

Philadelphia artist Sarah Gamble and her paintings

landscapes by Sarah Gamble

Close ups of Sarah Gamble’s work on paper

Assorted Notebook Drawings and Collages by Seth Adelsberger

Buff Titan, a wall painting by Seth Adelsberger with Christine Tillman’s Hybrid Logs, ceramic, in the foreground.

Seth Adelsberger

Tom Bowen and Melissa Webb

a selection of my favorite shoes at the opening.

from the upstairs members gallery… an installation and performance by Meaghan Harrison… including FREE manicures!

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