Paper Chasers at Nudashank Saturday, November 5

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STILL <|> ACTION at Current Saturday, November 5

Leif Low-beer
November 5 – November 26
A group show of works on paper, including work by:
Andrew Guenther
Benjamin Edmiston
Matthew Craven
Brion Nuda Rosch
Sofia Leiby
Samuel T. Adams
Alex Lukas
Lesser Gonzalez
Ted Gahl
Jordan Bernier
Bettina Yung
Annie Grey
Matt Lienes
Mary Helena Clark
Elena Johnston
Russell Hite
Leif Low-Beer
Christian Herr
D’Metrius Rice
Edward Max Fendley
Adam Dwight
Cara Ober
Felipe Goncalves
Chris Mucci
Kaitlin Murphy
Jessie Unterhalter
Josh Van Horne
Max Guy
Steven Riddle
Beth Hoeckel
Sidney Pink
David Armacost
Molly O’Connell
Nikholis Plank
Caitlin Cunningham
Sal Farina
Adam Tullie
Tim Karpinski
Jess Soulen
Amy Boone-McCreesh
Sarah Mosk
Erick Jackson
Conor Backman
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