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Tall Ships Come To The Creek

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Presented by Swartz Creek Area Art Guild/Gallery at Swartz Creek Area Art Guild/Gallery, Swartz Creek MI

Jul 13 2019
Tall Ships Come To The Creek

Come join us for an opening of artist member Timothy Works’s paintings, featuring ships and the bodies of water they inhabit.

Swartz Creek Area Art Guild Gallery is proud to present guild member Timothy Works’ “Tall Ships Come To The Creek” opening July 13th at 4 pm for a reception. The show features the traditional yet timeless imagery of Works’ pieces, telling a tempestuous story of life on the third coast.

The exhibit will be up for the remainder of the month, until July 27th. Stay tuned for more exhibitions from SCAAGG!

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Free admission/open to public

Family friendly atmosphere

 

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Swartz Creek Area Art Guild/Gallery

8048 Miller Rd, St. G, Swartz Creek, MI 48473

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