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Nate Weikert

Keith Bowers
Store Hours., Friday March 22 | Free.

 Nate Weikert's work is a collection of oil paintings on canvas or linen, and graphite drawings with gouache on paper. The two types of media appropriate portrait style imagery of individuals from history and culture onto a blurred and diffused surface, reflecting the numb and often oversimplified feelings we tend to draw from subject matter presented by the media. Join the gallery on Final Friday to discover local talent!



Where: 1305 Gallery
Phone: 513-659-4987
Address: 1305 Main St.
Website: http://www.1305gallery.blogspot.com/

1305 Gallery

1305 Main St.
Over-the-Rhine, Ohio
45202
 
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