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The Tedium is the Message

Meg Hitchcock: New Works on Paper
with
Tim Horjus in the Backroom

at Randall Scott Projects
January 10th—February 7th

RandallScottProjects represents and exhibits emerging and mid-career international artists working in the painting, photographics and mixed-media disciplines. The gallery is located in the Mt. Vernon District of Baltimore which has several contemporary art galleries, the Walters Museum, Baltimore Symphony, The Lyric Opera, The Baltimore Theater Project and many localized restaurants.

RANDALLSCOTTPROJECTS
216 West Read
Baltimore, Md 21201
410-617-0091

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Randall Scott, Meg Hitchcock, Tim Horjus

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