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URBANIA

Time: April 10, 2010 at 11am to May 22, 2010 at 5pm
Location: Luke & Eloy Gallery
Street: 5169 Butler St.
City/Town: Pittsburgh, PA
Website or Map: http://www.lukeandeloy.ning.c…
Phone: 412.784.1919
Event Type: exhibition
Organized By: Luke & Eloy Gallery
Latest Activity: Apr 19, 2010

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Michael Dale Bernard: "Metro Bus Exit Necklace"

Group Show exploring how artists view, and experience urban life.

URBANIA (The Urban Experience)
In Collaboration with the Associated Artists of Pittsburgh

Opening: Saturday April 10, 2010 11-5
Exhibition Dates: April 10 - May 22, 2010

Exhibiting Artists:
Michael Dale Bernard, Long Beach, CA (Art Jewelry)
Robert Longyear, St. Louis, MO (Mixed Media Installation/Art Jewelry)
James P. Nelson, Pittsburgh, PA (Painting)
Miriam Singer, Philadelphia PA (Drawing)
James Thurman, Denton, TX (Metal/Paper Sculpture)
Michael Rubicki, Elkhorn, WI (Metals)
Jennifer Weigel, St. Louis, MO (Drawing)

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Beatriz Souza Comment by Beatriz Souza on April 7, 2010 at 5:31pm
so sorry I can´t make it, but going to the Northern hemisphere from the Southern is not so ea$y a$ I wi$h...
Comment by Eric Burris on April 5, 2010 at 4:38pm
looks like it will be a good show-would love to see more images.
Comment by Sara Westermark on April 5, 2010 at 1:04pm
Sounds like a great show! I sure wish I was closer and could stop by and see it!
Comment by James Thurman on April 5, 2010 at 12:17pm
If only I could travel as much as my work gets to! Have a great show!
Comment by SIENNA GALLERY on April 5, 2010 at 9:56am
hey- looks like a great show! Sorry I can't make it. Enjoy! S

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