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Show and Tell Gallery at PULSE LA

In our last print issue, Volume 20, we offered an extensive look at the paper cut outs and works of artist Jen Stark. Though her work speaks volumes, there's not much more we can say about the multi-dimensional and rainbow-colored works, they simply need to be seen in person. This weekend, Los Angeles residents are in for a treat as Toronto's Show and Tell Gallery will be bringing a showcase of her new work to PULSE LA.

In our last print issue, Volume 20, we offered an extensive look at the paper cut outs and works of artist Jen Stark. Though her work speaks volumes, there’s not much more we can say about the multi-dimensional and rainbow-colored works, they simply need to be seen in person. This weekend, Los Angeles residents are in for a treat as Toronto’s Show and Tell Gallery will be bringing a showcase of her new work to PULSE LA.

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