Published: June 18, 2008
Galleries are usually open Tuesdays through Saturdays; please call the gallery for exact days and hours. Receptions are denoted with Reception
13 NORTH ART GALLERY , 13 N. Centre St., Merchantville, NJ, 856-330-4760. THE SHIFT, Features paintings by JoAnne Castelli-Castor and Elliott Karetny. Castelli-Castor places female figures into the landscape as part of flowing water, rolling earth, darkness and billowy clouds as a representation of the struggle toward peace and simplicity. Karetny's mixed-media and abstract paintings are heavily influenced by his background in paleontology and geology. Runs through June 27.
1622 CHESTNUT GALLERY , Art Institute, 1622 Chestnut St., 800-275-2474. KILLING TIME, Features mixed-media work by Jamie Alvarez, Joan Kathleen Smith, Tommy Reynolds, Lauren Rossi, Katherine Kesselring, David Kessler and Steve Earl Weber. Runs through July 30.
201 GALLERY , 1400 N. American St., Suite 201, 215-236-2872. WASTE MANAGEMENT, Features work in metal, glass, wood, plaster and cement by Daniel Petraitis in an exploration of the way we make and handle our waste. Runs through July 6.
222 GALLERY , 222 Vine St., 215-873-0750. HERE AND THERE: 50 DAYS, Features colorful abstract paintings and installations created over a period of 50 days by Ryan Beck. Runs through June 30.
3RD STREET GALLERY , 58 N. 2nd St., 215-625-0993. CASALUNA, Features paintings by Francine Shore, who was driven by her interest in Mexico's heartland to create pieces that explore how light works on color. Runs through June 29.
AIRSPACE , 4013 Chestnut St., 215-694-8719. PEEP SHOW, Features an exploration of eroticism by five interdisciplinary artists, for which Airspace has been revamped to resemble a 19th-century Victorian bordello. Included are reverse glass paintings, miniature ceramic houses and subliminally sexual photographs. Runs through July 4.
AMBLE GALLERY AND BOOKS , 1001 N. 2nd St., 267-882-5674. DECK HEADS, Features work by more than 40 artists who used a skateboard deck as their canvas. All proceeds will go to Franklin's Paine and the Schuylkill River Skate Park Fund. Runs through July 6.
ARADER GALLEERIES , 1308 Walnut St., 215-735-8811. FLOWER POWER, Features botanical work from the 16th to 19th centuries by Basilius Besler, Robert John Thornton and Pierre-Joseph Redoute. Runs through June 30.
ART STAR GALLERY AND BOUTIQUE , 623 N. 2nd St., 215-238-1557. KURT HALSEY, Features painting of small creatures inspired by musical themes. Runs through July 13.
ARTISTS' HOUSE , 57 N. 2nd St., 215-923-8440. YESTERDAY, TODAY, TOMORROW, Features work by gallery members who were asked to interpret the theme "Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow" as it pertains to their current life and lifestyle, as well as their memories and hopes for the future. Runs through June 29.
ARTJAZ GALLERY , 53 N. 2nd St., 215-922-4800. REBIRTH, Features mixed-media paintings by Calvin Coleman about family life and the human condition. Runs through July 19.
AXD GALLERY , 265 S. 10th St., 215-627-6250. ROCK, PAPER, SCISSORS, Features marble sculptures and free-form ink drawings by Allen Linder; cast-paper pulp sculptures by James Stella; and multi-layered abstract paper cuttings by Chris Resko. Runs through July 12.
B SQUARE GALLERY , 614 S. 9th St., 215-625-0692. WYSIWYG, Features paintings and sculpture by Patrick Lane on the theme, "What You See Is What You Get." Runs through July 26. SUNFLOWER SERIES, Features paintings and floral work by Sandra Webberking. Runs through July 26.
BALANCE GALLERY , 112 S. 20th St., 215-751-0344. IRA STARK, Features relief wall sculpture and oil paintings. Runs through June 30.
BAMBI GALLERY , 1817 Frankford Ave., 215-423-2668. WELCOME TO MY WORLD, Features doodles and unconscious drawings by Marie DeMarais, comedian Bill Lohre's recent sculptures and selections from the last few weeks of Joshua Erb's daily Holga photographs. Runs through July 20.
BLINKART GALLERY , 108 Chestnut St., 215-588-4445. GROUP SCULPTURE EXHIBIT, Features work by Billy Dufala, Peter Frantz, John Greig, Vinson Juston, Tom McCloskey, Itsuki Ogihara, Coleen Rudolf and Katarzyna Kalyta. Runs through June 30.
BOROWSKY GALLERY , 401 S. Broad St., 215-545-4400. SMALL SURVIVORS: VULNERABLE CHILDREN OF UGANDA, Features 30 large-scale photographs by Stephen Shames of children affected by war and AIDS in Northern Uganda, including former child soldiers and prostitutes, commuter children and orphans of AIDS victims. Runs through Aug. 15.
BRIDGETTE MAYER GALLERY , 709 Walnut St., 215-413-8893. RAPTURE, Features charcoal-based explorations of black, white and sepia tone by Kate Davis Caldwell, including the spare and haunting "Open Water Installation" panel series. Runs through July 19.
BURRISON GALLERY , University Club, the Inn at Penn, 3611 Walnut St., 215-898-5994. SYMBIOSIS, Features heavily-layered digital prints by Shirley Steele. Runs through July 4.
CANTOR FITZGERALD GALLERY , Haverford College, 370 Lancaster Ave., Haverford, 610-896-1287. A CENTURY OF HAVERFORD ALUMNI PHOGOTRAPHERS, Features work by alumni of the Haverford College photography department, including John G. Bullock, the Vaux family, Andrew Borowiec and Peter Moore, among others. Runs through Sept. 21.
CENTER FOR EMERGING VISUAL ARTISTS , the Barclay Building, 237 S. 18th St., 3A, 215-546-7775. RELIC, Features black-and-white photographs by Michael Froio of prominent historic Philadelphia buildings. Runs through July 16. Opening reception Thu, June 26, 5:30-7:30pm. ( Reception )
CEREAL ART , 149 N. 3rd St., 215-627-5060. IT IS LIKE A SMILE, Features paintings by Willie Wayne Smith with lengthy titles that make political and social commentary in a whimsical, playful but sincere way. Runs through July 3.
CERULEAN ARTS , 1355 Ridge Ave., 267-514-8647. PORTRAITS OF PLACES, Features watercolors by Richard Estell of natural scenes. Runs through July 18.
CHESTNUT HILL GALLERY , 8117 Germantown Ave., 215-248-2549. PHILADELPHIA WATERCOLORISTS, Features watercolor paintings by John Lear, Jim McFarlane, Susannah Hart Thomer and Bill Roberts. Runs through June 21.
CLAY STUDIO , 139 N. 2nd St., 215-925-3453. IF BY CHANCE, A ROCK, Features sculptures and forms carved from porcelain rock by Shu-Mei Chan, who is drawn to the ageless, stable quality of rocks in opposition to the frail, mortal human condition. Runs through June 29.
CORAL STREET ARTS HOUSE , 2446 Coral St., 215-427-0350. ELEVATED: EAST VS. WEST ON THE BLUE LINE, Features prints, photographs and paintings by members of Fishtown's Positive Space and Dead Artist's Guild of West Philly reflecting on the presence and influence of SEPTA's Blue Line. Curated by Suzanne Francis. Runs through June 30.
DA VINCI ART ALLIANCE , 704 Catharine St., 215-829-0466. ENVISIONING OTHELLO, Features work by Craig Brandy, Pat Burns, Rachell Citrino, Alden Cole, Marie Keane, Kathryn Pannepacker, David Foss, Ron Funk and others inspired by Lantern Theater Co.'s production of the Shakespeare tragedy. Runs through June 29.
EDGE GALLERY , 72 N. 2nd St., 215-413-7072. CANVAS AND WOOD, Features textured surrealist paintings by Brian Dickerson, Chico Harkrader's gritty paint-and-pencil sketches and wooden vessels by Joel Hunnicutt. Runs through June 29.
ESTHER M. KLEIN ART GALLERY , University City Science Center, 3600 Market St., 215-966-6188. ODOR LIMITS, Features a multimedia exploration of smell as curated by Jim Drobnick and Jennifer Fisher, founders of the collaborative framework DisplayCult. Highlights include Oswaldo Maci's "Smellscape," an arrangement of scents that would have been encountered by Phileas Fogg in "Around the World in Eighty Days"; and "The Wish Machine," a reworked vending machine by Chrysanne Stathacos that dispenses aromatic artworks. Runs through June 28.
F.A.N. GALLERY , 221 Arch St., 215-922-5155. CARLO RUSSO, Features recent paintings, including photorealist scenes and portraits expressed through mature tones and gentle strokes. Runs through June 28.
FLEISHER OLLMAN GALLERY , 1616 Walnut St., Suite 100, 215-545-7562. A CLEANER HEART A DO IT, Features Jennifer Levonian's new watercolor animation "Holy Donuts!," Matthew Rich's ludic sculptures and cut paintings, Bill Watson's latest minimalist sculpture and Casey Watson's intensely layered two-dimensional work. Runs through July 31.
FUEL COLLECTION , 249 Arch St., 215-592-8400. MUSIC TO MY EYES, Features video projection, paintings and performance by Kate Tessa Lee, who filmed everyday occurrences so that each seemingly mundane action or event has performance value. Runs through June 28. STYLE OF CONSEQUENCE, Features work by Theresa Pfarr, Robin Clare, Valerie Garlick and Cheryl Yun, who explore fashion and art in American culture. Garlick colleted 600 photos of girls whose MySpace pictures resembled her punk-rock style; Clare painted office chairs at different angles with noisy patterned backgrounds; and Pfarr's abstract paintings are of women in modest dresses in emotional, high-fashion poses. Runs through June 28.
GALLERIES AT MOORE COLLEGE OF ART & DESIGN , 260 S. Broad St., 215-965-4027. CIRCUS TIME, Features illustrations by Pamela Deitrich of creatures and shows you would see at the circus, including tigers, tightrope walkers and clowns, all of which were created during live performances at the Big Apple Circus in order to convey the carnival atmosphere. This exhibit was the core of a children's book that will be released by the artist. Runs through Aug. 9.
GALLERY 1401 , 221 S. Broad St., 14th floor, 215-717-6300. A ROOM WITH GOOD LIGHT, Features Mary Ruth Moore's archival pigment prints of old bottles and human desire, as made using a restored studio camera built in 1900. Runs through Aug. 8.
GALLERY 339 , 339 S. 21st St., 215-731-1530. ANIMALIA, Features sepia-toned photographs by Henry Horenstein of intimate aspects of different animals, including scales, hair, forehead, underbelly and skin. Runs through July 5.
GALLERY 51 , 51 N. 2nd St., 215-413-3191. FRAGMENTARY LOVE, Features rugs from Middle Eastern villages. Runs through July 31.
GALLERY JOE , 302 Arch St., 215-592-7752. WELTY/SIMPSON, Features drawings, video and sculpture by Samantha Simpson and Rachel Perry Welty. Welty recycles found objects and miscellany used stickers, old packaging, telephone messages and e-mail spam to construct witty commentaries on modern life. Simpson's ballpoint pen drawings resemble carnival posters and political paraphernalia from the turn of the century. Runs through June 28. LINE AND TIME AND SPACE, Features illustrations and paintings by Isabel Albrecht, Sharka Hyland, Bruce Pollock and Sebastian Rug. Albrecht uses simple patterns in light colors to create boxy paintings; Hyland's architectural pieces mock up the ideal city; Rug's graphite drawings are stark and geometric; and Pollock's use of linear shapes resembles crystals viewed through a microscope. Runs through June 28.
GERM BOOKS AND GALLERY , 2005 Frankford Ave., 215-423-5002. SOUND AND VISION OF CHANGES, Features work by Robert N. Taylor and Nicholas Tesluk. Runs through July 20.
GROSS MCCLEAF GALLERY , 127 S. 16th St., 215-665-8138. MARK BOCKRATH, Features pastel portraits of rural Pennsylvania, West Philly and rustic areas of Maine. Runs through July 2. PHYLLIS PURVES-SMITH, Features oil and pastel scenes of coastlines from Maine, Massachusetts and Ireland. Runs through July 2.
HIGHWIRE GALLERY , 2040 Frankford Ave., 215-426-2685. MUD IN YOUR EYE, Features work by Peter Kinney centered around mud, the moon, the sun and all the space in between. After spending time in Thailand, New Brunswick and the Burning Man festival in Nevada, he used mud to express his relationship with nature and the spiritual universe. Runs through June 29. ECOLOGICAL DISTURBANCES, Features wood work by Leslie Kaufman. Runs through June 29.
JENNY JASKEY GALLERY , 969 N. 2nd St., 215-253-9874. THE DRAWING NARRATIVE, Features work by Holly Coulis, Matthew Fisher, Rubens Ghenov, Ridley Howard, Rob Matthews, Robyn O'Neil and Charlotta Westergren, who sought to create narratives that spark the imagination with fantastical characters who represent metaphysical theories. Runs through June 20. HAD, Features surrealist works by Christopher Davison, whose figures are often distinguished by characteristics such as beet red complexions, dismembered faces and clothes made of tree trunks and flowers. Runs through July 31.
KHMER ART GALLERY , 319 N. 11th St., 215-922-5600. THE LOST ART OF ARTHUR MELTZER, Features 30 pieces found in the Bucks County home of artist Arthur Meltzer, who passed away in 1989. Included are five of his paintings, as well as a personal collection of Japanese block art, prints and other works. Runs through June 30.
KNAPP GALLERY , 162 N. 3rd St., 267-455-0279. WIDE AWAKE, Features drawings and paintings by Gigi Chen, who uses space kitties and cartoon characters to comically express her frustration as an artist. Some of the characters represent her in a certain phase of artistic creation, and others are aspects of her inner self, her emotions, struggles and angst. Runs through June 22.
LANGMAN GALLERY , 2500 Moreland Rd., Willow Grove Park, 215-657-8333. VIGNETTES, Features mixed-media paintings by Virginia Klauder-McKenna, which aspire to capture everyday actions and personal moments in life that seem meaningful and sacred in retrospect. Runs through June 30.
LARRY BECKER CONTEMPORARY ART , 43 N. 2nd St., 215-925-5389. RADIO ROCKS AND QUICK CONSTRUCTIONS, Features work by Dove Bradshaw that illustrates her affection for mixed media: The exhibit is defined by pyrite and galena, sound, beeswax and various found objects and textures. Runs through June 21.
LEONARD PEARLSTEIN GALLERY , Drexel University, Nesbitt Hall, 33rd & Market sts., 215-895-2548. BITMAP: AS GOOD AS NEW, Features a celebration of everything 8-bit by the lovable nerds at Drexel's Westphal College of Arts & Design. Runs through July 25. Opening reception Thu, June 26, 5-7pm. ( Reception )
LOCKS GALLERY , 600 Washington Square South, 215-629-1000. WEAVING SPIDERS COME NOT HERE, Features Joy Feasley's vinyl paintings, which include rural landscape, abstraction, folk art and figurative imagery. Runs through July 11.
MANAYUNK ART CENTER , 419 Green Lane, 215-482-3363. PLACES IN THE HEART, Features landscape paintings from three separate eras of Judith Greenleaf Finore's life: the Chester County countryside of her childhood home; the Jersey shore, her family's favorite vacation spot; and the French countryside and scenes of Paris. Runs through June 29.
MEW GALLERY , 906 Christian St., 215-625-2424. YOU WILL ALWAYS HAVE YOURSELF, Features two-dimensional reflections on life and what it means to be human by Sarah Pohlman. Runs through July 18.
MUSE GALLERY , 52 N. 2nd St., 215-627-5310. LISA FOX, Features dreamlike and pagan-inspired acrylic and mixed-media paintings. Runs through June 29.
NEWMAN GALLERIES , 1625 Walnut St., 215-563-1779. PHILADELPHIA SKETCH CLUB MEMBERS' EXHIBIT, Features work by members. Runs through June 30. DIANE HARK, Features watercolors by the local artist, who is inspiredby Renoir, Cezanne and Van Gogh. Runs through July 6.
NEXUS GALLERY , 1400 N. American St., Suite 102, 215-684-1946. NEXUSSELELECTS, Features work by graduating seniors from local art colleges. Included are photographs by Kelsey Fain and prints by Jessie Wolfrom. Runs through June 29.
OLD CITY JEWISH ARTS CENTER , 119 N. 3rd St., 215-574-9280. FIBER, Features fabric collage tapestry by Helen Webber and laminated tambourines, hand-painted silk works and jute string wall hangings by Betsy Platkin Teutsch, Gail Zelikovsky and Susan Yitzhak. Runs through June 26.
ORCHARD ARTWORKS , 520 Tomlinson Rd., Bryn Athyn, 215-947-9882. GRAIN OF SALT: FEMININE SYMBOLS AND IDENTITIES, Features paintings, sculptures, paper works and collaborations by Brooke Schmidt and Nicole Patrice Dul. Runs through June 29.
PAGEANT , 607 Bainbridge St., 215-925-1535. THANKS TO MOM AND DAD/CHAINS OF THE WORLD, Features recent work by Hunter Stabler. Runs through Aug. 3.
PAINTED BRIDE ART CENTER , 230 Vine St., 215-925-9914. 47 YEARS LATER ..., Features paintings by Gerry Givnish and Willy Adler. Runs through July 20.
PENNSYLVANIA ART CONSERVATORY , 1824 Chestnut St., 215-564-2100. WORKS ON PAPER, Features pastels, watercolors, charcoals, etchings and engravings. The selections are both antique and contemporary, American and European. Runs through July 26.
PENTIMENTI GALLERY , 145 N. 2nd St., 215-625-9990. SUMMER JOURNEYS, SUMMER DREAMS, Features work in a variety of materials by Darlene Charneco, Heather Hutchison, Aurora Robson, Ben Roosevelt, Paul Villinski and Maura Zamora. Runs through July 12.
PHILADELPHIA ART ALLIANCE , 251 S. 18th St., 215-545-4302. NEW WORK, Features intricate floral wax sculptures and paper carvings by Jolynn Krystosek. Runs through Aug. 17. PAPER[SPACE], Features various paper-based work by eight artists, including Leslie Mutchler's ornate hand-recycled sculptures, Donna Ruff's flax designs and Natasha Bowdoin's gouache-cut card structures. Runs through Aug. 17. PERSPECTIVES IN BUOYANCY, Features large-scale, multipanel abstract paintings by John Clark, which explore representational visual conditions such as buoyancy, suspension, flotation and reflection. Runs through Aug. 17. Opening reception Thu, June 19, 5:30-7:30pm. ( Reception )
PII GALLERY , 242 Race St., 215-592-1022. HOUSEHOLD SAINTS, Features work by Maria Shapiro. Runs through June 28.
PROJECT BASHO , 1305 Germantown Ave., 215-238-0928. IMAGES FROM NOTO PENINSULA, Features photographs by Tomioka Shozo snapped in the 1950s in Wajima, a fishing town on the Noto Peninsula. Runs through June 29.
PROJECTS GALLERY , 629 N. 2nd St., 267-303-9652. ID, Features video, performance, sculpture and photography by emerging local artists including Andria Bibiloni, Jamie Diamond, Alex Gartelmann, Katy Rose Glickman, Jay Hardman, Samantha Hill, Phil Jackson, Diedra Krieger, Carl Marin and Sarah Zimmer. Curated by Roberta Fallon and Libby Rosof. Runs through July 26.
REBEKAH TEMPLETON CONTEMPORARY ART , 173 W. Girard Ave., 267-519-3884. DIRT MADE MY LUNCH, Features work by local first-year MFA students Erin M. Riley, Kurt Freyer, Michael Treffehn and Robert Scobey. The title references their raw, malleable styles as they continue to develop their individual skills. Runs through June 21.
RODGER LAPELLE GALLERIES , 122 N. 3rd St., 215-592-0232. NEW DRAWINGS, Features spare and abstract tones and figures by Rodger LaPelle. Runs through July 13.
ROSENFELD GALLERY , 113 Arch St., 215-922-1376. THE LAST TEN YEARS, Features acrylic paintings by Jacqueline Cotter created over the past decade and marked by deep and moody colors and abstract shapes and scribbles. Runs through June 23.
SANDE WEBSTER GALLERY , 2006 Walnut St., 215-636-9003. YESTERDAY AND TODAY, Features work created by Philadelphia Academy of Fine Arts alumni, including bronze sculpture, black-and-white photographs and pastel paintings. Runs through June 27.
SERAPHIN GALLERY , 1108 Pine St., 215-923-7000. FORTY YEARS OF DRAWING, Features rarely seen monoprints and drawings from the estate of Italian artist Harry Bertoia. Runs through July 31.
SOL MEDNICK GALLERY , Philadelphia College of Art & Design, University of the Arts, 333 S. Broad St., 215-717-6480. PSYCHOMETRY, Features black-and-white prints by Carol Golemboski that explore psychometry, the concept of mental impressions through the visual perception of objects. The works are marked by Golemboski's unusual darkroom methods, including drawing, scratching, photogram techniques and appropriated text. Runs through Aug. 8.
SPACE 1026 , 1026 Arch St., 2nd floor, 215-574-7630. ORBITAL DEBRIS, Features recent drawings by Brooke Inman who is inspired by little things like trips to IKEA and the colors of spandex and Leah Beeferman, who dreams of architecture and NASA technology. Runs through June 28.
ST. ASAPH GALLERY , 27 Conshohocken State Rd., Bala Cynwyd, 610-664-0966. ALMOST FORGOTTEN MEMORY, Features work by Jacqueline Unanue inspired by the 1,000-year-old carvings and paintings that she has helped excavate from her native Chile. Runs through June 29.
SUB OCTO GALLERY , 2202 Alter St., 215-893-8812. WILLIAM UNDERHILL AND ANDREW JEVREMOVIC, Features cast and fabricated metal and stone sculpture as well as sculptural wood and steel tables. Runs through June 21.
TALLER PUERTORRIQUENO , 2721 N. 5th St., 215-423-6320. MIGUEL LUCIANO, Features photographs by Miguel Luciano commenting on the rocky relationship between colonial Puerto Rico and the United States, as characterized by the difficulty of communication between two very distinct cultures. Runs through July 18.
TEMPLE GALLERY , 259 N. 3rd St., 215-925-7379. VOLUME ATTEMPTS: THE SPACE OF BOOKS, Features an exhibition of and about books organized by graphic designer Purtill Family Business. Included are photographic projects that look at the spaces and images of books, a "diaporama" event by French artist Pierre Leguillon; a "Collective Investigation" event by Minnesota-based artist Matt Bakkom; and the complete catalogue of Onestar Press. Runs through Oct. 25.
TOPSTITCH BOUTIQUE , 311 Market St., 215-238-8877. THEY CLIMBED THE MOUNTAINS, Features dreamy, childlike paintings by James Ulmer and Steven Dufala, who have been climbing mountains both physical and metaphorical in their recent work. Ulmer portrays the hope and drive for a better future, while Dufala depicts the scenes that inspired that desire for greener pasture. Runs through June 30.
TWENTY TWO GALLERY , 236 S. 22nd St., 215-772-1911. NEW PAINTINGS, Features oils and watercolors by Suzy Schireson. Runs through July 10.
VOX POPULI , 319 N. 11th St., 3rd floor, 215-238-1236. SOLID GOLD, Features paintings, sculpture, photography, drawings, installations, video and ceramics by 24 local and national artists including D.B. Stovall, Emily Delinger, Serena Perrone, Abby Donovan, Mark Klassen, Edward Carey and Pamela Sunstrom. Runs through July 6.
WEXLER GALLERY , 201 N. 3rd St., 215-923-7030. (IN)BETWEEN, Features two- and three-dimensional work by Damien Hirst, Randall Sellers, Adelaide Paul, Tim Tate, Anne Siems, Dirk Staschke and Joe Boruchow, who have incorporated various images of nature, passing time and earthly wealth. These concepts, symbolized by skulls, dying animals, trees, the sky, hands, dice, fruit and newspapers, are intended to make the viewer reflect on mortality. Runs through June 28.
WHITE STONE GALLERY , 4219 Main St., 215-482-7700. RESTORATION, Features abstract panels symbolizing biblical ideas of personal restoration by Wayne Berger and paintings depicting miracles of healing from the Bible by Barbara Februar. Runs through June 29.
WIDENER UNIVERSITY GALLERY , One University Place, Chester, 610-499-1189. ALFRED O. DESHONG, Features 18th- and 19th-century Asian art, including Japanese ivory sculpture, bronze vases and hardstone vessels. Ongoing.
WOOD TURNING CENTER , 501 Vine St., 215-923-8000. COLLABORATIONS AT THE ECHO LAKE CONFERENCES: THE FIRST TEN YEARS, Features a decade's worth of mixed-media sculpture by local and international artists. Runs through July 19. CIVILIZATION AS THEY KNEW IT, Features mixed-media sculptures by Stephen Paulsen created between 1963-2008, including his current work with his son Ulysses. Runs through July 19.
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