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Preview: “Made in Canada”

Sticky Fingers
Lauderhill'sBear & Bird Gallery presents Made in Canada, a group show featuring five fresh talents all the way from the frozen north. Show opens Sept. 6th and runs through September 27. Artists include Dave Barnes, Jason Pultz, Lori Joy Smith, Rey Ortega and Rosemary Travale.

Lauderhill’s Bear & Bird Gallery presents Made in Canada, a group show featuring five fresh talents all the way from the frozen north. Show runs through September 27.
Artists: Dave Barnes, Jason Pultz, Lori Joy Smith, Rey Ortega, Rosemary Travale

Opening Saturday Sept. 6th 7pm – 10pm

Show runs through October 11, 2008

Made in Canada is the first of what will be a annual exhibition featuring a group of artists from a chosen country. Future “Made In” shows will be named in the according to the country they represent. ( Made in We look forward to many more years of Bear and Bird’s of international bridge building artist collaborations!


Sticky Fingers, collaboration by Jason Pultz and Camilla d’Errico


Drifter, Ray Ortega

Gallery Preview…

Bear & Bird Gallery
Bear and Bird Boutique + Gallery
inside/upstairs at
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4566 N. University Drive
Lauderhill, Florida 33351

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