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FULL COLOR features work by Baltimore artists John Bohl, Justin Kelly, and Bettina Yung. Consisting of a wide range of media, the show includes sculpture, paintings, and video work by the individual artists as well as a selection of new collaborative work.

John Bohl was born in 1983 in New York. He graduated with a BFA in painting from the Maryland Institute College of Art and currently lives and works in Baltimore. John uses painting and sculpture as a platform to examine ideas of utopia, kitsch, and romanticism.

Justin Kelly, born and living in Baltimore MD, is a self taught artist currently working on photographic sculptural

Bettina Yung, is an artist from Los Angeles, California who is now working and living in Baltimore, MD. She received her BFA in painting at the Maryland Institute College of Art this past


LOOK BOOK features work by artists Russell Hite and Elene Johnston who present their LOOK BOOK of recent collages, paintings, and others work of art.

Russell Hite was born and lives in Baltimore, MD. His illustrations and other works explore ideas about community, narrative, and myth.

Elena Johnston graduated from MICA in 2006. She currently lives in Baltimore and makes paintings and collages made from found paper to experiment with the ideas of shape and playfulness.

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