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New collaboration to showcase local artists in holiday market

Thirteen artists will be featured in the coworking space at 342 Market SW on Sunday, December 2, 2018.
Photo by Eric Tank

Photo by Eric Tank /Eric Tank

Underwriting support from:
Market on Market

Market on Market /Courtesy of 342 Market

Grand Metal Designs

Grand Metal Designs /Courtesy of 342 Market

Thirteen artists will be featured in a multi-use coworking space at 342 Market SW on Sunday, December 2, 2018. The space includes four artists who use it to make their own individual art. They have collectively decided to curate a group show to be hosted in their space in an effort to highlight local artists. The show will include some of their own work but also artists outside of the group.  

The art will include painting, jewelry, multimedia art, photography and others. Michael Peoples is a local artist known for wax sculptures. He may also be recognized for his colorful wax peanuts, which were shown at the UICA. Grand Metal Designs will be selling hand forged brass and copper jewelry, just in time for holiday gift shopping. Eric Tank is a photographer who helped put the show together, “I’m looking forward to showing some new work alongside some previously unprinted older material.”

342 Market is a space that includes offices as well as a large, comfortable shared space. Couches, kitchen and a bar make a casual and comfortable place to view art. Hors d'oeuvres and drinks will be available during the open house that will be from 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.


Audrey Hutchinson is the sister-in-law of one of the participating artists.

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