“Multiplicity” Highlights 28 Contemporary Artists

Left: David Henderson, Dasselve IV, 21 x 18 x 10, plywood, paint. Middle: Craig Dongoski, And the Deities Lost Face, 44 x 44, oil, pencil, ink on panel. Right: Ben Johnson, Inverted Optical Sequence, glass, 13 x 7.5 x 7.5. Left: David Henderson, Dasselve IV, 21 x 18 x 10, plywood, paint. Middle: Craig Dongoski, And the Deities Lost Face, 44 x 44, oil, pencil, ink on panel. Right: Ben Johnson, Inverted Optical Sequence, glass, 13 x 7.5 x 7.5.
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In a stimulating evening of creative discovery, James Gallery opened an expansive exhibition, “Multiplicity,” on Friday, May 10.


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The exhibition highlights 28 contemporary artists, each with unique processes and visual vocabulary. Many references are expressed, from fluid, gestural and geometric abstraction to landscape and figurative. At the opening reception, artists discussed their work and creative processes with guests.

Multiplicity” continues through June 29 at James Gallery, 413 South Main Street, West End Village, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15220.


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