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McLean Project for the Arts to Host Artist Talk Next Sunday

For art lovers across the community, the McLean Project for the Arts will host a talk next week featuring the artists responsible for the latest showcase at the Emerson and Atrium Galleries.

Eve Stockton and Kyujin Lee will be at the McLean Community Center (1234 Ingleside Avenue) on Sunday (Jan. 12), sharing stories about their artwork from 2-4 p.m.

Though the showcase opened about a month ago, this event gives visitors the chance to learn more about the process behind “Origin Stories” by Stockton and “Replay and Reshuffle” by Lee.

“Combining the spontaneity of surrealist automatism with refined illustrative skill, Kyujin Lee draws on the world of fairy tale to compose paintings exploring dreams, identity and personal transformation,” a press release said.

Meanwhile, Stockton’s works are inspired by nature and science, according to the press release, which added that woodworking is her specialty.

Admission is free and the event is open to everyone.

Photo courtesy McLean Project for the Arts

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