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C.A.V.E. Gallery at the Affordable Art Fair

Following our coverage (see here) of The Affordable Art Fair that closed last weekend in LA, we visited C.A.V.E. Gallery to view the art they had chosen to feature. The gallery had two separate booths, one solely featuring the work of Max Neutr, who had been in attendance painting live for the the event. The other booth featured a diverse group exhibit with the work of artists like John Park and Paul Chatem's gear powered mixed media paintings. See more images from the C.A.V.E. Gallery booth after the jump, here on Hi-Fructose. - Daniel Rolnik

Paul Chatem

Following our coverage (see here) of The Affordable Art Fair that closed last weekend in LA, we visited C.A.V.E. Gallery to view the art they had chosen to feature. The gallery had two separate booths, one solely featuring the work of Max Neutr, who had been in attendance painting live for the the event. The other booth featured a diverse group exhibit with the work of artists like John Park and Paul Chatem’s gear powered mixed media paintings. See more images from the C.A.V.E Gallery booth below, here on Hi-Fructose. – Daniel Rolnik

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