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ART | 'Face It' 

Ceramic artist Nancy Valle will this month open her Anderson Alley studio to two other artists. The exhibition "Face it!" features works from John Kosboth and Richard Harvey, who have each used portraiture to delve into their emotional responses to our current social and political atmosphere. Kosboth digitally manipulates the photographic medium to challenge the viewer's traditional understandings of portraiture, narrative, and emotion. Harvey uses clay and mixed media including include encaustic wax and metal to build expressive, abstract human faces.

"Face It" is on view at Studio 402, Anderson Arts Building, 250 North Goodman Street, through November 30. For hours and more information, email studio402aab@gmail.com.

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