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Untitled no. 5: Lauren Adams, Amy Boone-McCreesh, Alex Ebstein, Sarah Jacobs, Cara Ober and Stewart Watson

Exhibit: February 20th-March 21st

Photos by Stephanie Bok from the Friday, Feb 20 reception with the artists, with panoramic by Joseph Hyde.

RandallScottProjects
216 West Read, West Baltimore, Maryland 21201

RandallScottProjects is pleased to announce our next exhibition, Untitled no. 5, a group exhibition of Baltimore based visual artists opening February 20th and continuing through March 21st. RandallScottProjects continues an ongoing series of “Untitled” group exhibitions, where an intimate group of artists are selected to exhibit together to stimulate a visual discussion. While the gallery asserts it’s aesthetic by selecting the artists and works, there is no specific theme besides the intrinsic merits of each and the relationships that evolve through proximity. Each of the six artists selected creates mature and complex work. All are equal players in making Baltimore a stronger artistic community.

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