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CARA OBER: Love Letters & NIKKI PAINTER: Debriscapes at Civilian Art Projects in Washington, DC

Exhibition Runs: September 11 – October 17, 2009
These photos are from the opening reception on Friday, September 11

Rebecca Juliette, moi, & Kim Manfredi

with Gallery Director Jayme McLellan

Philip Barlowe and Philippa Hughes
I had to show off the shoes! FYI the dress is from Double Dutch Boutique and so super comfy. I have nothing but good things to say about them – they are the best clothing store in Bmore.
Painting: Your Etcetera
Jayme and Philip at the Champagne Preview
1(Drift) by Nikki Painter
I am a fan of men in sandals. What’s not to like? Oh, and suits, too. Of course.
Nikki Painter, Billy Walter, Geoffrey Aldridge in front of her amazing installation!
My FAVORITE Nikki Painter Drawing! 3(Lull)
10(Verge) by Nikki Painter

Myself and the PB & the PH
Kristen Hileman, Rachel Rabinowitz, and Joseph Rabinowitz
Rebecca Juliette and Paul Jeanes

Kim Manfredi & PJ
Richard & Lena: Orange is the new Black!

Jordan and Molly
Costas Grimaldis, Jayme McLellan, and Effie Halivopoulou

Members of a Famous Rock Band – The Cut Ups!

my new favorite Rhinehart Sculpture students!
with Joan Cox and Mare McCall

Cheri Landry and Matthew Kern

Civilian Art Projects. 406 7th Street NW, Third Floor, Washington, DC 20004 /p. 202.347.0022 / f. 202-280-1086. Hours: Wed – Friday 12-6pm, Sat 1 – 5pm

To see more images from the exhibit, go to the Ten Tigers Blog.

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