September Unblurred

Another Unblurred has come and gone. Penn Avenue was sparsely attend last night. I admit, I had a truncated evening myself, leaving at about 8:30. At any rate, I went to just a couple venues. First up was a new venue, as yet unnamed, at 5110 Penn Ave. It is the brainchild of Passports, those wonderful folks that brought us Artinin just a few months ago. The venue has a lot to offer, combining art and collectibles. Last night was their first official exhibit.

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Lots of appealing stuff, here! Passports is in the process of finalizing the name of the venue. They will be establishing hours shortly, too. So stay-tuned! more to follow.

Across the street at the Clay Penn, you can see that Laura Jean McLaughlin has been very busy! Some new works were on display and the space has been re-organized and freshened over the summer months. I didn’t get the title of these pieces, I’m afraid. But aren’t they wonderful?

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Schedules for events and exhibits taking place for Unblurred are available here.  Just remember to block First Fridays on your calendar!


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2 Responses to “September Unblurred”

  1. It was great to see you and your wonderful work at Art Seen. I too loved Artini and Clay Penn. Thank you!

  2. Oh, it was so nice to see both you and Terry, too! Glad you had a good time. I love Laura’s work. I’m glad you do too.