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Love Letters and Debriscapes @ Civilian Art Projects September 11

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Love Letters, new works by Cara Ober opens Friday, September 11, from 7 – 9 pm

Love Letters is Baltimore-based artist Cara Ober’s first solo exhibition with Civilian Art Projects. Ober layers drawing, painting, and printmaking into mixed media works that examine and reinterpret sentimental imagery. Intricate and funny, Love Letters explores the relationship of the artist to image, word, and personal meaning found in the exploration of secret fantasy and expressive interlude. For more images and information, click here.


Also Opening @ Civilian:
Debriscapes by Nikki Painter

With Debriscapes, her first solo exhibition in Washington DC, Richmond VA-based Nikki Painter exhibits new drawings and a site-specific installation that explore — in bright neon colors, pencil lines, and various materials — the relationship and continuum between the built and natural worlds. For more images and information, click here.

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