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Lunaria presents November art shows

Shamans Gift by Allison Simmons
Shamans Gift by Allison Simmons

Two new shows will be on display at Lunaria Gallery from Nov. 1 – 27,  with an opening reception on First Friday, Nov. 3, 7 – 9 p.m.

“Rhythmical Color” features botanical portraits and abstractions by Diane Trevett. Inspired by natural subjects, Trevett’s explores color, brushwork and movement in flowers. She is fascinated by unique form, diverse color and hidden details, and uses the final composition to enhance these qualities. 

Upstairs, the Loft gallery space welcomes guest artists, Alluscion Æ and Josh W. Kinsey.

Alluscion Æ’s paintings explore the liminal state between the material world and the unseen connected network beyond our understanding. 

Kinsey’s work titillates one’s humors and imagination, while simultaneously attempting to validate his existence.

Lunaria is open daily from 11 a.m. –  5 p.m. at 113 N. Water St., Silverton.

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