Art in the Avenues

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Len Finocchio shoots empty rooms and makes them poignant and beautiful. His photos make you want to throw out all your furniture, the better to enjoy the light as it travels across your floor and walls.

Finocchio’s work was on display this weekend at Art in the Avenues, a show and sale of works by the Sunset Artists Society, an organization for artists who live or work in that neck of the woods. Highlights of the show follow the jump.

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Art IS My Bag by Kate Dophiede, Leigh Radtke, Charlotte Seekamp (and with frame by Roger Tomas) is a zip-lock collage tour through the United States.
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Eileen P. Goldenberg’s hand thrown porcelain.
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An encaustic painting, also by
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One of
Leigh Radtke’s political assemblages.
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Leigh Radtke had several Dino-themed monotypes on display as well.
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This delicately complex metal steeple-chase was unattended and unlabeled, but was one of the most intriguing objects in the show.
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