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Ode to Hermann Rorschach, a series of 800 drawings by Sophia Pousson

Exhibition Runs: October 10 to November 6
Opening Reception: October 23 6pm-9pm
Gateway Gallery 1, 1601 Mt. Royal Avenue Baltimore
These 800 little drawings become almost intoxicating when you get close to them. They overwhelm you with their number but each one is engaging on its own. If you don’t get a chance to visit the show, visit Sophia’s website. It’s definitely worth experiencing all of these drawings together, but her website includes close-ups of different sets and well worth checking out.

* Posted by Jess Kemp for BmoreArt.
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