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Asterism Closing Reception Saturday, January 10 at Gallery 4

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Closing reception for Asterism at Gallery Four!
Saturday, January 10 5pm – 10pm

The newly renovated 4,000 sq.ft. gallery will feature work by five artists from Chicago, New York, Washington D.C., and Baltimore. The show will include site specific painting and recent sculpture by Maggie Michael, new sculpture and installation by Bryan Savitz, Jan Razauskas, Nikki Romanello, and photography by Steve Nyktas.

Gallery Four
H&H building
405 West Franklin Street 4th Floor
Baltimore, MD
21201
www.galleryfour.net

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