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“Bunny in the Moon” Book Signing with Tara McPherson at Cotton Candy Machine

Saturday, April 28th from 7 to 9pm, Tara McPherson will be signing her new book called Bunny In The Moon at Cotton Candy Machine. McPherson tells us about the unique circumstances that made this book possible and how the space for this event is extra special. Read more and see brand new images of this wonderful book after the jump! 

Saturday, April 28th from 7 to 9pm, Tara McPherson will be signing her new book called Bunny In The Moon at Cotton Candy MachineMcPherson tells us about the unique circumstances that made this book possible and how the space for this event is extra special. 

“There is also a very special aspect to this book signing and it has to do with my new art boutique, Cotton Candy Machine… Not many people know this, but the location of Cotton Candy Machine was actually my art studio for the 5 years prior to the boutique opening! So all the paintings in my past 2 art books were all painted inside the very same space!! It means a lot to me to be able to have the signing and share my work with you in the same room that I spent so many long hours and long nights working on all the pieces that are in my new book!” – Jane Kenoyer


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