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John Bonick and Tracy Krumm 

When: Mondays-Fridays, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Continues through Oct. 6 2017
Price: Free
John Bonick’s paintings are made up of overlapping lines that intertwine with all other elements within his compositions. He deals with concerns of what it means to live during this time. A time of intersection, where forces of energy cross, divide, converge, meet or not meet – a time where interaction is both possible and impossible. In Tracy Krumm’s latest series, her work focuses on complex constructed forms integrated with refabricated and refinished found objects as the building blocks. Employing the art of crochet and blacksmithing, she searches for a marriage of her ideas with the process of her hand. Krumm explores patterns, form, and use of multiple parts to speak to ideas about simultaneous occurrence, mimicry, tessellation, and mutation.

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