Camp Mather Art Exhibit in November
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Camp Mather Art Exhibit in November

This is my first blog post...woo hoo! I'm very excited to invite you all to my Camp Mather Art show at the SFWA Gallery, 647 Irving St. SF. The exhibit is for the month of November. This orginal, "Ode to Wet Towels" will be on  for sale at $695! You can also purchase beautiful giclee museum quality prints on canvas that look like originals at affordable prices! Great for gifts!

Contact me at julmarsh34@gmail.com and we can talk about sizes and prices.

8 Comments to Camp Mather Art Exhibit in November:

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anika on Wednesday, December 02, 2015 10:15 AM
thanks
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The presentation is brilliant. The content also suits it nicely. The writer had done a wonderful job and should look into continuing it .
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bestessay com on Thursday, January 10, 2019 1:54 AM
I love this art. I won't miss the exhibition next time. See you there.
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papersplanet on Friday, January 25, 2019 9:45 AM
This is so cute as well as sentimental. Such nice clicks. beautiful giclee museum quality on canvas that looks perfect at affordable prices! Great for gifts!. Well exhibited.
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essaybox.com review on Friday, February 08, 2019 12:32 AM
Art exhibit is a good place wherein you can see a different expression draws by a different artist. A painting speaks a thousand of words that can inspire someone who sees it. Painting is an art of expression. Everything that you wanted to say that cannot express in words can be seen in a painting. It provides us a to see the different side of the world and gives us knowledge about the happenings around us which is cannot be seen by our naked eyes.
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