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Exhibitionism: "Feathers and Fur" at Phil Space

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Posted: Friday, May 16, 2014 5:00 am

Phil Space (1410 Second St.) presents Feathers and Fur, an exhibit of charcoal drawings by Clare Dunne. Dunne’s use of charcoal is a nod to the cave paintings of the Paleolithic era. Though inspired by the depictions of animals at sites such as Lascaux and Chauvet in southern France, Dunne’s subjects are rendered in a contemporary realist style and feature animals such as dogs, hummingbirds, and geese. Call 505-983-7945.

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