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Tin Foil: A series of collage by Paul F. Tribble

Keith Bowers
2-9 p.m. Wednesday-Saturday. Noon-9 p.m. Sunday., Sunday March 24 | Art for sale.

 Paul F. Tribble is an experimental mixed-media artist who typically works in large-scale format paint, found objects, polyurethane and PVC. This exhibition features relatively small format mixed media collage pieces made from secondhand coffee table books. This NVISION exhibit will be a participating even in the monthly happening <i>Northside Second Saturdays</i>.



Where: NVision
Phone: 513-542-4577
Address: 4577 Hamilton Ave.
Website: www.nvisionshop.com

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4577 Hamilton Ave.
Cincinnati, Ohio
45223
 
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