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Jeff Gunn: What We Hold On To

Jeff Gunn creates this series of clay figures attempting to reveal a small sampling of what we hold on to. Each sculpture is open for interpretation, from the literal to the abstract. Although mostly clay, many figures have additional objects t included to enhance the nature of the sculpture.

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Artist Meetups First Thursday of the month in The Arts Center basement or main gallery.  (Check Facebook for up to date information) Soft critique and discussions.All Mediumsand Practices Welcome

Jeff Gunn: What We Hold On To

Jeff Gunn creates this series of clay figures attempting to reveal a small sampling of what we hold on to. Each sculpture is open for interpretation, from the literal to the abstract. Although mostly clay, many figures have additional objects t included to enhance the nature of the sculpture.

Jeff Gunn: What We Hold On To

Jeff Gunn creates this series of clay figures attempting to reveal a small sampling of what we hold on to. Each sculpture is open for interpretation, from the literal to the abstract. Although mostly clay, many figures have additional objects t included to enhance the nature of the sculpture.

Jeff Gunn: What We Hold On To

Jeff Gunn creates this series of clay figures attempting to reveal a small sampling of what we hold on to. Each sculpture is open for interpretation, from the literal to the abstract. Although mostly clay, many figures have additional objects t included to enhance the nature of the sculpture.

Jeff Gunn: What We Hold On To

Jeff Gunn creates this series of clay figures attempting to reveal a small sampling of what we hold on to. Each sculpture is open for interpretation, from the literal to the abstract. Although mostly clay, many figures have additional objects t included to enhance the nature of the sculpture.

Jeff Gunn: What We Hold On To

Jeff Gunn creates this series of clay figures attempting to reveal a small sampling of what we hold on to. Each sculpture is open for interpretation, from the literal to the abstract. Although mostly clay, many figures have additional objects t included to enhance the nature of the sculpture.

Jeff Gunn: What We Hold On To

Jeff Gunn creates this series of clay figures attempting to reveal a small sampling of what we hold on to. Each sculpture is open for interpretation, from the literal to the abstract. Although mostly clay, many figures have additional objects t included to enhance the nature of the sculpture.