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Dimensional

Atrium Gallery opens the fall season with "Dimensional," a group show of sculpture and other three dimensional works by notable national artists. Featured will be works by Bruce Beasley, Claudia DeMonte, Bob Emser, Buckminster Fuller, Jim Nickel, Jane Schneider, John Schwartzkopf, Randall Shiroma, and Christopher Tanner. Media will include wood, brass, bronze, leather, pewter, copper, stainless steel, and collaged mixed media. The exhibition will open Friday, September 25th, with a reception from 6—8 p.m. It will run through November 14th. For more information and images, please contact the gallery or visit our website, atriumgallery.net.

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  • Atrium Gallery

    4814 Washington Ave., St. Louis St. Louis - Central West End

    314-367-1076

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