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‘Revelatory’ Mosaic Exhibit at College Gallery Nationally Recognized


Gallery exhibit applauded
Gallery exhibit applauded

The current show at The Gallery at Penn College, characterized by Mosaic Art NOW as “an absolutely splendid exhibit featuring five innovative American mosaic artists,” has been prominently included in the online publication. “They have indeed done a splendid job of showcasing extraordinary talent in the medium and the result is an exciting, revelatory exhibit that any art lover would enjoy,” the photo-laden article states. “To the Gallery’s Exhibition Committee and Staff, we say Bravo!” The exhibit, “Terra Incognita,” continues through Aug. 26.

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