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Nathan Spoor’s Suggestivism

Longtime Hi-Fructose writer, correspondent, artist and all-around nice guy Nathan Spoor will be presenting 'Suggestivism' tomorrow evening (Saturday, February 5th) at Cal State Fullerton's Grand Central Arts Center. The Center has been on an ongoing roll with last year's Joe Sorren retrospective and the group offering, 'One Hundred Artists See Satan'. For 'Suggestivism', Spoor keeps the momentum going with an all star selection of artists including Audrey Kawasaki, Brendan Monroe, Skinner, Esao Andrews, Thomas Doyle, Scott Musgrove, Ron English, Tara McPherson, Martin Wittfooth, James Marshall and Nicoletta Ceccoli.

Hi-Fructose has managed to get our hands on an exclusive preview of the show, get a look at the works of every artist listed above after the jump.

Nicoletta Ceccoli

Longtime Hi-Fructose writer, correspondent, artist and all-around nice guy Nathan Spoor will be presenting ‘Suggestivism’ tomorrow evening (Saturday, February 5th) at Cal State Fullerton’s Grand Central Arts Center. The Center has been on an ongoing roll with last year’s Joe Sorren retrospective and the group offering, ‘One Hundred Artists See Satan’. For ‘Suggestivism’, Spoor keeps the momentum going with an all star selection of artists including Audrey Kawasaki, Brendan Monroe, Skinner, Esao Andrews, Thomas Doyle, Scott Musgrove, Ron English, Tara McPherson, Martin Wittfooth, James Marshall and Nicoletta Ceccoli.

Hi-Fructose has managed to get our hands on an exclusive preview of the show, get a look at the works of every artist listed above, below.

James Marshall (Dalek)

Martin Wittfooth

Tara McPherson

Audrey Kawasaki

Ron English

Esao Andrews

Thomas Doyle

Scott Musgrove

Brendan Monroe

Skinner

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