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Paintings from the 70s

gallery hours, Feb 08, 2014 | free
 

Thomas Downing displays acrylic works from the 1970s to 80s. Through Feb. 28



Where: David Richard Gallery
Phone: 983-9555
Address:
544 S Guadalupe St.

87501

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