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Pete and Alison Duvall’s Show in Maryland

In case you missed it: Pete and Alison Duvall, who are photography instructors here at The Art League School, have an exhibition going on at the Publick Playhouse in Prince George’s County through April 30:

Pete and Alison Duvall are well known throughout the area, especially within the arts community, for the photographic services and teaching they provide through their company, Anything Photographic. The Publick Playhouse presents their own artworks, a chance to see the incredible knowledge required for their company expanded into deeply expressive photos and photomontages.

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