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Objects Rearranged

Objects Rearranged
still-life paintings and prints

 May 2016 to October 2016
Opening Reception: May 13, 6-7:30 pm
Art Times Two, the gallery at Princeton Brain and Spine

Still-life artworks are akin to self-portraits, as will be seen in the show OBJECTS REARRANGED at Art Times Two, the gallery at Princeton Brain and Spine. Through the process of selecting subject matter, the highly intentional arrangement of things, and the idiosyncratic methods of presentation, still-life artists reveal much about themselves. The work of David Bush, Charles McVicker, Madelaine Shellaby and Ellie Wyeth will have their artwork on exhibition from May through October 2016, with a public reception on May 6 from 6 to 8pm.

We invite you to attend.

 

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