Opening Reception for Keltie Ferris and Xylor Jane

Friday, Jan 17, 2014  7:30pm–9:30pm iCal

Members’ Preview 6:30 to 7:30 pm

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Keltie Ferris, Doomsday Scenario, 2013, Oil, acrylic and oil pastel on canvas, 90 by 80 inches, Collection of Dan Desmond and Uya Chuluunbaatar
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Xylor Jane, 2 Column List of 7 Prime Palindromes, 2008, Oil on panel, 12 x 12 inches, Courtesy of the Artist and CANADA, LLC

Join us at the Opening Reception for two Project Room exhibitions, Keltie Ferris: Doomsday Boogie and Xylor Jane: Sea Legs. Each of these accomplished painters has made a groundbreaking contribution to the legacy of abstraction. Enjoy food and drink, along with SMMoA’s Main Gallery exhibition, Yutaka Sone and Benjamin Weissman: What Every Snowflake Knows in Its Heart