National Juried Exhibit: Who We Aren’t

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February 26-March 29

Opening Reception | Friday, February 28 | 6-9pm

Who We Aren’t is another of Union Street Gallery’s national juried exhibits. This exibit features 44 talented artists from 19 different states exhibiting art that explores alter egos, secret identities, fictional personas. This figurative exhibit was juried by Paul Klein, art critic and consultant, and Patrick Earl Hammie, professional artist best known for his monumental portraits. To learn more about the jurors, visit http://www.unionstreetgallery.org/whowearent.htm

Join us for the opening reception of this extraordinary exhibit  Friday February 28, 6-9pm. Many of the exhibiting artists will be present at the reception. We encourage our visiting public to engage the artists about their work. Admission is free, but a donation is appreciated. Refreshments will be served.       

Exhibiting Artists

Tom Acevedo, James Arendt, Sarah M. Bender, Kristine Boteva, Becky Brown-Clements,  Chris Cicala, Keri Joy Colestock, Brian DiNicola, Jessica Edler, Donna Faranda, Colleen Fitzgerald, Stephen Garrison, Mark Geil, Matthew Groves,Matthew Hoelscher, Drew Hoffman, Shelly Hokanson, Hali Linn, Jessica Maria Manley, David Marion, Dennis K. McGinnis,

Rhea O’Neill, Dami Onifade, John M. Orr, Julian Pahre, Cheryl Polcaro, J.A. Ramirez, Lauren Amalia Redding, Michael Reedy, Marika Robak, Nicholas Schleif, Tania Sen,

Carlie Sherry, Alexander K. Silva, David Simcik, Jessica Smit, Geoffrey Stein, Mike Stephens, Jessica Summers, Nicole White, Derek Wilkinson, Christine Wuenschel, Erin Zerbe, Mark S. Zimmerman

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