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I just want to share a bit of good news!   A painting titled, Expansion has been juried into Art St. Louis‘ annual regional exhibition!   Expansion is my first Carrollton piece to portray the lonely homes: broken and well-lit interiors, ghostly figures that exist between solidity and mere memories, with a binding, looming plane shape outlined like a grand plan over the whole scene.   I’ve recently started using Carrollton imagery in my paintings, and the works so far are still in a very early stage for a series.  I had suspected that other paintings of mine would stand a better chance of getting into the show.  However, my efforts of incorporating Carrollton into my works do seem to be paying off and I am very excited to be a part of this show nevertheless!

Art St. Louis XXIV opens Nov. 3rd and closes December 30th, 2008.  The opening reception is November 15th from 7PM until 9PM, with a pre-reception talk with the juror Mark Masuoka at 6PM.

Let me know if you will make it to the opening!

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