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November 28, 2013 4:39 PM

Diver Studio exhibit spans generations, genres

Generations and genres are colliding at the Diver Studio for a unique Final Friday experience. A quartet of cross-age artists are exhibiting works at the Commerce Street gallery that complement their styles while filling the space with artful symmetry. Industrial tools, layered abstractions, amusing doodles, and distinctively fashioned pottery collide to exceptional visual effect in an exhibit where each artist stands out, yet has his works augmented by the presence of their peers.

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