Rebecca Reeve’s series Marjory’s World comments upon our increasingly urban existence – a sense of disconnect from the natural world.
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Conjuring a bygone spirit of Americana, Phil Donohue’s works reflect a sense of stippling anonymity and recession on Route 66.
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