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Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Anne Faith Nicholls Art Exhibit at SF's Shooting Gallery

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Speaking of Interpol, Anne Faith Nicholls absolutely loves their new album. Maybe you can listen to your new copy of the Live EP at the premiere of her new show:

The Shooting Gallery is proud to announce the third annual solo exhibition by Anne Faith Nicholls. The compilation of new works titled “the Low Tide Collection” opens December 1st. As an Academy of Art University alumna this event is sure to bring a crowd of fans from all angles of culture. This will be Anne Faith Nicholls third and most explorative showing at The Shooting Gallery in Downtown San Francisco.

The neofolk and hodgepodge style of oil and acrylic paintings, sculpture and assemblage represents exploration of innermost feelings through a dark multifaceted depiction of vulnerability. “the Low Tide Collection” is inspired by the low beach tides pulling the water back out to the ocean, leaving all that is under the surface exposed and vulnerable in the sand. "When the tide is low, there's so much on show, the ebb and flow of life's highs and lows." This collection is a dark narrative with truly deep and subversive meaning.

The opening reception starts on December 1st from 7 till 11 pm and is open to the public. Come join us to experience the whole ambiance represented threw the eyes of Anne Faith Nicholls.

Location: The Shooting Gallery

839 Larkin St.

San Francisco, Ca. 94109

Contact us for any questions at www.shootingallerysf.com or call (415) 931-8035

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