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David Stoupakis and Tom Bagshaw at Corey Helford Gallery

We first introduced you to the works of Tom Bagshaw back in February (seen here) and are excited to see that the emerging digital painter is currently showing alongside David Stoupakis (who we first featured way back in Hi-Fructose Vol. 5.) A compelling two person show exploring not only their unique personal narratives, but also an interesting juxtaposition of traditional and modern mediums. The show comes down this weekend, on the 27th, so swing by Corey Helford Gallery while you can, or view some of our favorite works from the show after the jump.

Tom Bagshaw

We first introduced you to the works of Tom Bagshaw back in February (seen here) and are excited to see that the emerging digital painter is currently showing alongside David Stoupakis (who we first featured way back in Hi-Fructose Vol. 5.) A compelling two person show exploring not only their unique personal narratives, but also an interesting juxtaposition of traditional and modern mediums. The show comes down this weekend, on the 27th, so swing by Corey Helford Gallery while you can, or view some of our favorite works from the show below.

David Stoupakis

Tom Bagshaw

David Stoupakis

Tom Bagshaw

David Stoupakis

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