Boas, Pat
March 2003
Art Papers Magazine;Mar/Apr2003, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p50
Entertainment Review
The article reviews the art exhibitions "Elemental Metaphors" featuring works by Lou Cabeen and "Navigation [Text]" featuring works by Linda Welker at the Art Gym in Portland, Oregon, from November to December 2002.


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