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Habitat at the Foothills Art Center

Colorado's Foothills Art Center has an exciting and thought-provoking show coming up on January 22nd. Produced in conjunction with David B. Smith Gallery, "Habitat" takes an insightful look into the complex and unavoidable relationship that does and must occur between humankind and the natural world. Some Hi-Fructose favorites such as Josh Keyes (HF Vol. 12 cover artist), Gregory Euclide (HF Vol. 14) and Jean-Pierre Roy (HF Vol. 18) are featured, get a look at an exclusive preview to the show after the jump.

Gregory Euclide

Colorado’s Foothills Art Center has an exciting and thought-provoking show coming up on January 22nd. Produced in conjunction with David B. Smith Gallery, “Habitat” takes an insightful look into the complex and unavoidable relationship that does and must occur between humankind and the natural world. Some Hi-Fructose favorites such as Josh Keyes (HF Vol. 12 cover artist), Gregory Euclide (HF Vol. 14) and Jean-Pierre Roy (HF Vol. 18) are featured, get a look at an exclusive preview to the show below.

Jean-Pierre Roy

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