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Photos by Jess Kemp of ‘House of Prayer’ at The Light Gallery

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LOS SOLOS Friday, October 2 at the LOF/t

On Friday night, The Light Gallery hosted the opening for House of Prayer, an exhibition of prayer bowls from artist MaryKate Newcomb and quilt squares from members in the community.

This is the artist, MaryKate Newcomb! The show was great & is on view until Novemeber 6.
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