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Behind the Scenes with Sarah Joncas

Ontario-based artist Sarah Joncas recently sent Hi-Fructose a behind the scenes look into her latest show, "Siren", which opens soon at Thinkspace. Her second solo showing with the cornerstone gallery, "Siren", judging by what we see in the preview, will not only lure sailors to death by shipwreck, but also the Los Angeles art elite to Culver City for the opening on September 3rd. Check out some process and studio pictures after the jump.

Ontario-based artist Sarah Joncas recently sent Hi-Fructose a behind the scenes look into her latest show, “Siren”, which opens soon at Thinkspace.  Her second solo showing with the cornerstone gallery, “Siren”, judging by what we see in the preview, will not only lure sailors to death by shipwreck, but also the Los Angeles art elite to Culver City for the opening on September 3rd. Check out some process and studio pictures below.

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