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The Last Days of Sarah Canfield’s “Reverb: Imagining the Invisible” at Mueller Art Gallery.

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There is an enrapturing and mesmerizing element about Sarah Canfield‘s work that opens up the viewer eyes to more than what appears to be there. It also reveals a rather dissonant and sometime contemptuous relationship between nature and technology. A relationship that we have witnessed take place before our very eyes as it has shaped almost every facet of our …

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Apply to Our FIRST Open Call: A(Muse)D Bouche!

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Agency. Taste. Something to entertain. These are just some of the concepts embedded in A(Muse)D-Bouche, a jointly curated exhibit of small works in which the idea of muse is turned on its head: the muse in A(Muse)D-Bouche becomes the artist, reflecting back on the vision that shaped her/him in a format most easily digestible.  Born from the vision of Magazine …

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Looking Back at Bradley Hart’s Evolution.

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Bradley has been creating masterpieces out of bubble wrap for the past decade. That’s right, bubble wrap. He painstakingly injects the individual pockets of air with paint. The results are incredible. Now his work is really “popping off”…literally. The urge to pop bubble wrap is a universal one and the undisputed master of its use as an art supply has …