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"Lost and Found #2" by Charles Williams

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"Lost and Found #2" by Charles Williams

Artspace First Friday 

When: Fri., Dec. 2, 6-10 p.m. 2016
Price: Free

Charles Williams had a near-death experience in the sea as a child, and now he revisits that memory of awesome vulnerability in large-scale oil paintings of formidable oceans, from their sculptural black waves to their tiny blue bubbles, and the craggy or marshy environs they shape. Sonja Hinrichsen makes aerial photographs of large drawings in snow, while Angela Eastman weaves together disciplines as diverse as basketmaking, installation, and performance art. Kiki Farish and Anthony Ulinski trace the softer side of winter in delicate, colorful oil paintings. All of them have shows opening in various galleries in Artspace this Friday, and the widely varied approaches to the brawn and beauty of the natural world—not to mention the varied social circles so many artists will attract—should make for a lively First Friday. Brian Howe

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