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The Art of Hope Gangloff

Hope Gangloff's art directs yourattention to times in our lives we've all experienced. Moments withgreat friends or times spent alone in thought, times that seemed topass too quickly and are now only tiny little slivers in our memory'ssea of change. Even moments we look back upon and wonder why we evenrecall them at all. Hope describes them here with beautiful talentand enlightens our senses with a fantastic sense of nostalgia.Working with everything from ball point pens to oil paint, Hope'soeuvre is quite the spectacle. Hope Gangloff lives and works in NewYork and currently has an exhibition up at Susan Inglett Galleryin Chelsea until March 12th. - Zach Tutor

Hope Gangloff‘s art directs yourattention to times in our lives we’ve all experienced. Moments withgreat friends or times spent alone in thought, times that seemed topass too quickly and are now only tiny little slivers in our memory’ssea of change. Even moments we look back upon and wonder why we evenrecall them at all. Hope describes them here with beautiful talentand enlightens our senses with a fantastic sense of nostalgia.Working with everything from ball point pens to oil paint, Hope’soeuvre is quite the spectacle. Hope Gangloff lives and works in NewYork and currently has an exhibition up at Susan Inglett Galleryin Chelsea until March 12th. – Zach Tutor

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