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Eye Opener Blindish Art at Free Assocation

Free Association gallery has on display a fantastic exhibition entitled “Eye Opener” — a wonderful collection of “blind-ish” art by artist Silhouette of Ashland. Silhouette lost most of her sight due to an automimmune condition, but she hasn’t let that stop her from creating. At first sight, her art is amazing. When considering her limited eyesight, it’s an eye-opener, for sure!

The reception has passed, but Silhouette’s show remains on display until Free Association’s next show opens in mid-August. The gallery is located at 120 North 4th street in Jacksonville. Hours can vary, so if you see something you like, please call Jessica Cornman, gallery owner, at 541-200-4184.

Eye Opener, exhibition of blindish art by Silhouette at Free Association Gallery in Jacksonville, Oregon July-August 2019

 

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