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Trawick Prize 09 Exhibition of Finalists

CHROMATOSE OPENING RECEPTION:

Opening Reception of CHROMATOSE, a juried painting exhibition: Friday, August 21 from 7 – 10 pm

Djed by JDay
The exhibit runs from August 21st – September 19th, 2009.
Gallery hours by appointment.

Funhouse by John Bohl

Nudashank received 96 submissions for CHROMATOSE, the upcoming international juried painting show. The following artists were selected by juror Erik Parker for inclusion in the exhibit:

John Bohl (Baltimore, MD)
Edward Max Fendley (Washington, DC)
Tatiana Berg (Providence, RI)
John Slaby (Philadelphia, PA)
Herb Rieth (Tuscaloosa, AL)
Heather Brammeier (Peoria, IL)
Ryan Browning (Mt. Airy, MD)
David Ross (Westminster, MD)
Darren McManus (Lambertville, NJ)
Andrew Kaufman (Brooklyn, IA)
D’Metrius Rice (Baltimore, MD)
Nicholas Moenich (NYC)
Bill Dunlap (Cumberland, MD)
Stuart Lorimer (Scotland)
Ted Gahl (Providence, RI)
David Staniunas (Columbus, OH)

Bad Moon Burial by Ted Gahl
Vanishing Point by Tatiana Berg

Nudashank
H&H Arts Building
405 W. Franklin St.
3rd Floor
Baltimore, MD 21201
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