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Building entryways in places like Dublin are admired, immortalized on small cards and then sent through the post the world over, but the thresholds of our humble-yet-gorgeous city structures are barely noticed, as long as they allow us to move from one side of a wall to the other. To raise our local portal perception, St. Louis artist Sheila M. Harris has painted images of the doors of our historic homes, storefronts and factories, and she has put these watercolor works on display for all to enjoy. Harris’ Historic Doors of St. Louis is hanging at Washington Avenue Post (1312 Washington Avenue; 314-588-0545) daily from Friday, September 7, through Sunday, September 30, and there’s a reception from 7 to 9 p.m. on opening night.
Sept. 7-30, 2007

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