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Friday, October 24, 2014

Taylor Shepherd, Steve Adair and more at M2 Gallery

Posted By on Fri, Oct 24, 2014 at 4:27 PM

click to enlarge At M2 Gallery: Work by Taylor Shepherd, Steve Adair and others.
  • At M2 Gallery: Work by Taylor Shepherd, Steve Adair and others.

Work by Taylor Shepherd and Steve Adair is on exhibit at M2 Gallery, which is having a reception tonight, Oct. 24, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. 

M2 Gallery describes Shepherd as a "local outsider artist" and Adair, a graduate of ASU, as an "emerging artist." Shepherd has shown previously in Little Rock; Adair recently had a one-man show in Houston.

Also at the gallery: John Sadowski's "SOHO" series, monochromatic abstracts; and work by V.L. Cox, Robin Tucker, Lisa Krannichfeld, Evan Lindquist, Dan Thornhill and Richard and Jennifer Cutshall. 

M2 is in the in the Pleasant Ridge Shopping Center on Cantrell. You'll be on Cantrell anyway, having made a stop at Megan A. Lewis' show at Cantrell Gallery.


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