The Still Life Show

Kovack, Joe
October 2015
Southwest Art;Oct2015, Vol. 45 Issue 5, p70
Exhibition Review
The article previews the art exhibition "The Still Life Show: Flowers, Fruit, Glass & More," which will feature works by artists including Michael DeVore, Jeremiah J. White and Sarah L. Lewis, to be held at the Arts at Denver gallery in Denver, Colorado, from October 16th through November 7, 2015.


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