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Preview: “Fauna” at Arch Enemy Arts

Though few in Western society truly live off the land, many people yearn for a relationship with nature despite their urban surroundings. Arch Enemy Arts in Philadelphia is hosting a group show titled "Fauna" that features artists who explore nature and wildlife in their work. The line-up of artists includes Cory Benhatzel, Caitlin Hackett, Halsey Swain, Hannah Yata, Heather Gargon, Kristen Egan, Michal Brodka, Rachael Bridge, Sasha Yosselani, Sheri DeBow, Robert Kraiza and Zoe Williams, with Cory Benhatzel exhibiting on the gallery's feature wall for this show. Take a look at our sneak preview of "Fauna" and see the show September 6 through 29. More after the jump.

Hannah Yata

Though few in Western society truly live off the land, many people yearn for a relationship with nature despite their urban surroundings. Arch Enemy Arts in Philadelphia is hosting a group show titled “Fauna” that features artists who explore nature and wildlife in their work. The line-up of artists includes Cory Benhatzel, Caitlin Hackett, Halsey Swain, Hannah Yata, Heather Gargon, Kristen Egan, Michal Brodka, Rachael Bridge, Sasha Yosselani, Sheri DeBow, Robert Kraiza and Zoe Williams, with Cory Benhatzel exhibiting on the gallery’s feature wall for this show. Take a look at our sneak preview of “Fauna” and see the show September 6 through 29.

Cory Benhatzel

Michal Brodka

Sheri DeBow

Zoe Williams

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