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May gallery features works of GRCC art educators, faculty

Matt Johnson created Young Yeller with oil and acrylic on paper. - Courtesy
Matt Johnson created Young Yeller with oil and acrylic on paper.
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The group exhibition at City Hall Gallery for May features the artwork of Green River Community College School of Art instructors and faculty.

The gallery, at 25 W. Main St., is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, through May 29. Admission is free.

Artists and art educators showcase their individual artwork in a variety of media and include Matt Johnson's large scale portraits, Aaron Hartzell's long exposure photography, Cindy Small's narrative assemblage paintings, Melissa Bartlett's loose stroke painted self-portraits, and Sarah Dillon's abstract mixed-media.

The gallery changes monthly, featuring the artwork of regional artists and is presented by the City of Auburn and Auburn Parks, Arts & Recreation.

For a gallery flyer or for information on other cultural arts programs, go to www.auburnwa.gov/arts or call 253-931-3043.

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