Dreamscapes at Definition Gallery opens Friday, November 7

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OPENING RECEPTION: Friday, November 7th from 7-11pm
EXHBITION DATES: November 7-November 29, 2008

Definition Gallery is proud to present “Dreamscapes”, an exhibition featuring nine national artists that explore surreal landscapes and the creatures that inhabit them. Come wander through lands of make-believe and enjoy imagery sprung from inspirations as varied as Saturday morning cartoons, Little Golden Books and Grimm’s Fairytales. Revisit feelings of childlike wonder and explore the worlds these promising new artists have gifted the viewer. Several of the exhibiting artists have been featured in art publications such as Dangerous Ink, Hi-Fructose and Juxtapoz.

1800 Fleet Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21231

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