MadLab Gallery's Annual TOO MUCH PHOTOGRAPHY Exhibition Begins 11/30
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by BWW News Desk
MadLab Theatre and Gallery has announced the return of their most popular annual visual arts exhibition: Too Much Photography.
Too Much Photography is an annual all-photography show where beautiful photos cram the gallery walls from floor to ceiling. MadLab believes there can never be “Too Much” original artwork from local photographers, but we’re going to give it a try!
Featured artists include: Christy Bros Photography, Heather “Squish” Cornelius, Kevin Willis, W.E. Arnold, Scott Solomon, Rod McIntyre, Rebecca Cummings, P.E. Pelfreyman, Meghan Gehrlich, Mark E. Fohl, Linda O’Donnell, Laura Dark, Kristen Dyer, Joel Weston, Jennifer Youngblood, DeDe Parker, CoCo Loupe, Carrie “Butterfly” Turner, Brandon Presz, Andy Maniskas, Peter Graybeal, Andrew Fields, Mandi Chisholm, Genie Hargrove, Scott Steelman, and Jim Parker.
There will be an opening reception on Saturday, December 1st, from 4pm-7pm. Food, drinks, and culture will be provided.
Too Much Photography will remain up through December 22, with sales available for pick up before the holidays to use as gifts! The Gallery is open for the artists reception on December 1st from 4-7pm, and 1 hour before the current MadLab Theater show (Age of Bees by Tira Palmquist: Fridays and Saturdays from November 30-December 22 and opening night Thursday, November 29th at 8pm). Too Much Photography is also available to be seen by appointment through firstname.lastname@example.org.