The Colored Pencil Exhibit at Riverside Arts Gallery

. November 1, 2016.
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This month the Riverside Arts Gallery is putting on an exhibit that features only local Washtenaw County artists. The Colored Pencil Exhibit will display only pieces entirely made using colored pencils. The exhibit will have all forms of colored pencils, including oil-based and water soluble. This humble medium promises to produce some pieces to make you feel differently about this medium. Runs through November 19.

Friday | November 4 | 5pm
Riverside Arts Gallery | 76 N Huron St.
734-480-2787 | riversidearts.orgFree

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