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Escape opens March 6 at American Contemporary Gallery

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You are cordially invited to attend our opening of Escape on March 6th, a show about the art of escaping … from reality, fantasy, taxes, or maybe just yourself. Come see the exciting art of six nationally recognized artists, taking us to a place that gives us what we need or perhaps what we think is missing. You’ll see this show leads us down a path that is rarely followed while offering nothing from the proverbial middle of the road.

Opening Reception: March 6th, 2009 from 7 – 10 PM. Escape runs through March 31st.

1851 McGuckian Street, Annapolis, MD 21401
(410) 263-4800
Please visit us at www.AmericanContemporaryGallery.com

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