Heady Mugs at Nudashank Friday, Dec. 11

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MICA’s Annual Art Market Wednesday, Dec. 9 [...]

An overwhelming show of psychedelic portraits and trippy faces featuring work by:

Henry Gunderson / Michael Skattum / Luke Ramsey / Benjamin Edmiston / Shaun Flynn / D’Metrius Rice / Lesser Gonzalez / Eric Shaw / Bill Dunlap / Robby Rackleff Ryan De La Hoz / Matthew Feyld / Bill Fick / Lizz Hickey / Nick Mann (Doodles) / Edward Max Fendley / Ryan Riss / Christian Herr / Caitlin Cunningham / Jordan Bernier / Felipe Goncalvez / David Ubias / Marcello Velho / Mike Bull

Heady Mugs
Opening Reception: Friday Dec. 11th, 7-10pm
Exhibition runs from Dec. 11th through Jan. 1st
H&H Arts Building
405 W. Franklin St.
3rd Floor
Baltimore, MD 21201

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