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Fears & Phobias at Torpedo Factory

Torpedo Factory Art Center’s Target Gallery presents Fears & Phobias from January 12 through February 19, 2012. The exhibition explores a variety of fears and phobias and the artists’ unique approach to depicting these themes. A reception to meet the artists and the juror will be on January 12, 6-8 p.m. with a juror talk at 7 p.m.

The artists in the exhibition include John Talbott Allen (KY), Casey Callender (OH), Laurel Garcia Colvin (NY), April Dauscha (VA), Andrea Eis (MI), Lodiza LePore (VT), Mario Marzan (NC), Mike McAteer (NC), Iain Muirhead (IL), Sarah Petruziello (NJ), Ann Piper (PA), Gabriella Sarraf (MD), Jeremy Schilling (RI), Mimi Hart Silver (GA), Astrid Smith (CA), Michelle Steen (CA), Jennifer Takahashi (NJ), Ayumi Tanaka (CA), Constance Thalken (GA), Suzanne Vigil (VA), and Heather F. Wetzel (OH).

Target Gallery, exhibition space of the Torpedo Factory Art Center, promotes high standards of art by continuously exploring new ideas through the visual media in a schedule of national and international exhibitions. Located on the ground floor of the Torpedo Factory Art Center, the gallery is open daily 10-6 p.m. and until 9 p.m. on Thursdays at 105 North Union Street, Alexandria, VA.

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