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Wed January 14, 2009
Epsten Gallery Explores Pattern and Process
In an exhibition at the Epsten Gallery at Village Shalom, five artists explore pattern and process through a variety of materials, ranging from stitched and sewn canvas to glazed tile.
To view images from the exhibition, check here.
By Laura Spencer
Kansas City, MO – Artist Cary Esser's tile compositions form geometric islands or hives, and in one critic's words "ground the exhibition." KCUR's Laura Spencer reports.
"Evermore: Pattern and Process" remains on display through January 25th at the Epsten Gallery at Village Shalom, a project of the Kansas City Jewish Museum Foundation, 5500 West 123rd Street, Overland Park, KS.
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