October 31, 2017 Slideshows » Arts & Entertainment

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Video installation by Evelyne Leblanc-Roberge on the barn at 2 Loud Cows.
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Sculptural installation by Jappie King Black at 2 Loud Cows.
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Sculptural installation by Allen Topolski at 2 Loud Cows.
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Nighttime view of sculptural installation by Jappie King Black on the grounds of 2 Loud Cows.
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Daytime view of sculptural installation by Jappie King Black on the grounds of 2 Loud Cows.
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Sculptural installation by Jappie King Black on the grounds of 2 Loud Cows.
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Sculptural installation by Allen Topolski on the grounds of 2 Loud Cows.
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Aaron Delehanty, founder of 2 Loud Cows, finishing a sculpture of a "Winged Genie" Assyrian figure, created for for the Islamic Food Council of America.
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Delehanty recently completed this diorama of the throne room of an Egyptian Court, created for for the Islamic Food Council of America.
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Noah's Arc Diorama by Aaron Delehanty, based on as Turkish Mughal illustration. He recently completed this and other works for the Islamic Food Council of America.
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Delehanty's 2013 oil, pastel, and charcoal on canvas work, "Stampede."
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Delehanty's 2010 oil and pastel on canvas work, "Flash Dray."
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Delehanty's 2010-11 "Crowdsource," egg-oil emulsion, oil, colored pencil, and charcoal on canvas.
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"Flock (Visible City)," a 2008-9 egg-oil emulsion, oil, and beeswax work on linen by Aaron Delehanty.
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Sculptural installation by Jappie King Black at 2 Loud Cows.

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