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Thursday, February 4, 2016

Review: "Jobbers," "Dreams" at UALR

Posted By on Thu, Feb 4, 2016 at 11:37 AM

click to enlarge Douglas Bourgeois' "James Brown and Annie Mae Sola," at UALR.
  • Douglas Bourgeois' "James Brown and Annie Mae Sola," at UALR.

My review of two exhibits at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, "Jobbers, Heels and Faces — Robert McCann," paintings whose jumping off place is wrestling, and "Awakened by These Dreams," fantastically detailed paintings by Douglas Bourgeois, from this week's print issue is now online.

Super shows; try to get out to UALR before they close ("Jobbers," in Gallery I, on March 4; "Dreams," in the Maners-Pappas Gallery, on Feb. 26).

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