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Now Open: Trick Your Eye, Enrich Your Spirit

Don’t Move They Might Be Watching (detail), mixed media, by Chris Malone
Animation from the painting Road Trip, oil, by Dennis Crayon

December Open Exhibit
Juried by Robert Yi
Through December 31

That Which Was Once Whole
Trompe l’œil paintings by Dennis Crayon
Through January 2, 2017

Art League artists are finishing strong this year, with two December exhibits that will have you singing.

Foreground: The Choir (detail) by Christine Hubloue Morerenhout

First up: our final Open Exhibit of the year is juried by painter Robert Yi, who selected 66 artists and artworks from the hundreds submitted.

In the solo room, painter Dennis Crayon unleashes his trompe-l’œil paintings, which “fool the eye” into seeing photographs that are really painted. These works start with real-life photographs that the artist extrapolates into nostalgic scenes for “That Which Was Once Whole.”

“That Which Was Once Whole”

The opening reception for both exhibits is this Thursday, December 8, from 6:30 to 8:00 pm. Please join us!

“That Which Was Once Whole”
The December Open Exhibit

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