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Greg Gossel takes us Sleepwalking

Minneapolis based artist Greg Gossel opened his latest solo show this past weekend at White Walls Gallery in San Francisco. Entitled "Sleepwalking", Gossel's latest ventures into the heart of the subliminal, a voyage into the seedy underbelly of the consumerist collective subconscious. White maintaining true to his pop inspired sensibilities, the artist has risen his bar up another notch with further exploration of mixed media techniques and multi-layered conversation. Check out the show here on Hi-Fructose.

Minneapolis based artist Greg Gossel opened his latest solo show this past weekend at White Walls Galleryin San Francisco. Entitled “Sleepwalking”, Gossel’s latest venturesinto the heart of the subliminal, a voyage into the seedy underbelly ofthe consumerist collective subconscious. White maintaining true to hispop inspired sensibilities, the artist has risen his bar up anothernotch with further exploration of mixed media techniques andmulti-layered conversation. Check out the show here on Hi-Fructose.

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