Arts & Culture

June 7, 2013 7:13 AM

‘Reinvented’ features new works by veteran painter Harry Williford

Harry Williford is transforming landscapes into explosions of contrasting colors for his latest exhibition at Gallery XII. “Reinvented” showcases over a dozen new works by the veteran painter whose interest has recently shifted from conventional sceneries to colorful abstracts. The show will be on display throughout most of this month.

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