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Jest In Time at Distinction Gallery

Distinction Gallery and curator Dio Sumagaysay recently joined forces to put together a fundraiser show benefiting ArtHatch, a non-profit youth art organization. Entitled "Jest In Time: The Phylogenesis of Clowns", the show features not only an interesting theme (clowns!) but also puts a twist on the traditional gallery sales structure by offering all works at a potentially discounted auction-style format or through the standard buy it now retail price. View selected works from the show, as well as a couple opening night pictures, after the jump.

Buddy Nestor

Distinction Gallery and curator Dio Sumagaysay recently joined forces to put together a fundraiser show benefiting ArtHatch, a non-profit youth art organization. Entitled “Jest In Time: The Phylogenesis of Clowns”, the show features not only an interesting theme (clowns!) but also puts a twist on the traditional gallery sales structure by offering all works at a potentially discounted auction-style format or through the standard buy it now retail price. View selected works from the show, as well as a couple opening night pictures, below.

Pedros Matos

Ana Bagayan

Brian Despain

Tiffany Liu

Daniel Lim

Dan Barry

Photos courtesy of Kurt Lightfoot and Craig Alexander

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