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HIGH (Realism's Realism)

Keith Bowers
2-7 p.m. Tuesday-Friday. 12-5 p.m. Saturday., Tuesday January 29

 <i>HIGH</i> has collected works representing realism, which, in the context of this event, includes pieces providing an illusionistic or highly descriptive representation of some visible subject. The work is closely aligned to what the eye sees - tangible subject matter, with little distortion, subjective interpretation or manipulation of visible 'facts.'  Artwork on view includes paintings, photography, sculpture and drawing culled from 265 artists from around the globe; only 25 were chosen.



Where: Manifest Creative Research Gallery
Phone: 513-861-3638
Address: 2727 Woodburn Ave.
Website: http://manifestgallery.com/about/schedule.html

Manifest Creative Research Gallery

2727 Woodburn Ave.
Cincinnati, Ohio
45206
 
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