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Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Canman artwork

Medway painter and tattoo artist Canman crafts high-color visions, and in Vintage Hallucinations, an exhibition of his work at Northampton’s Living Arts Studio, he offers works that incorporate antique collectibles and boldly drawn figures. “My hope for this exhibition is to engage, stimulate, and visually stretch and tear at your notion of reality,” says Canman.

Through June 12, Living Art Studio, 219 Main St., Northampton, (413) 584-3758.

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