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Hi-Fructose Event Photos

The HF group show last Saturday went swimmingly, it was packed all night, beautiful work and enjoyable all around. CoproNason is a class act. Here are a few photos of the event...



photo by Mark Weston


Gary Pressman and Attaboy performing their best snarls



Boomer and Christian van Minnen


Annie Owens chats with Matthew Bone


photo by Mark Weston


admirers admiring Yoskay Yamamoto’s “Kirin”, photo by Mark Weston



Kirsten Anderson with Gary Pressman


Dan May, Lola, Nathan Spoor, Attaboy


“Evil-Last”, Brian Viveros



A portrait of the artist Chris Peters next to his painting “A Portrait of the Artist”


Christian van Minnen


Andrew Hosner of Thinkspace Gallery and Attaboy


Dan May and personification, a la Fisher Price, of his wife Kendal (he was missing her)


photo by Mark Weston


blurry picture of the crowd

More photos of this event at Mark Weston Photography

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