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Casey Weldon and Edith Lebeau’s Macrocosm

Hi-Fructose faves Casey Weldon and Edith Lebeau have a great looking show opening this weekend at Distinction Gallery in Escondido, CA. Weldon and Lebeau's unique works of decorative realism blend harmoniously together as individual bodies, a synergy exemplified by a collaborative piece between the two that could easily belong solely to one or the other. Entitled 'Macrocosm', the show is an exemplary look at emerging contemporary portraiture, get a preview of the works from both artists here on Hi-Fructose.

Hi-Fructose faves Casey Weldon and Edith Lebeau have a great looking show opening this weekend at Distinction Gallery in Escondido, CA. Weldon and Lebeau’s unique works of decorative realism blend harmoniously together as individual bodies, a synergy exemplified by a collaborative piece between the two that could easily belong solely to one or the other (seen above). Entitled ‘Macrocosm’, the show is an exemplary look at emerging contemporary portraiture, get a preview of the works from both artists here on Hi-Fructose.

Casey Weldon

Edith Lebeau

Casey Weldon

Edith Lebeau

Casey Weldon

Edith Lebeau

Casey Weldon

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