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Guns and Chandeliers at Gallery Imperato Friday, January 30

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Oil paintings by Shannon Cannings
Resin paintings by Jessica Dunegan

January 30 – March 14, 2009
Opening Reception: January 30, 7-10pm
Gallery Imperato
921 E. Fort Ave. Suite 120
www.galleryimperato.com

Guns and Chandeliers… iconic and glorified commodities that make powerful statements yet carry very different associations. This exhibition is about how common objects are interpreted and what they symbolize. It is a show of obvious contrast and contradiction.

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