by Bradley Platz

Exhibition Dates: August 18–September 7, 2018

Photos from the opening reception of Origin. Featuring works by Adrian Cox, Kindra Nikole, and Michael Campbell. All artists were in attendance at the reception on August 18.

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Patrons at the opening reception of Origin at Modern Eden on August 22, 2018Michael Campbell at Origin Opening Reception Modern Eden GalleryArtwork by Michael Campbell at Modern Eden GalleryArtists and fans at Modern Eden GalleryOriginal sculpture by artist Michael Campbell at Modern Eden GalleryIan Reynolds and Emilio Villalba at the opening reception of Origin at Modern Eden GalleryKindra Nikole at Modern Eden San FranciscoKindra and Adric at Modern Eden GalleryOrigin Opening Reception August 18 at Modern Eden Michael Campbell sculptures at Modern Eden GalleryAdrian Cox at the opening of Origin August 18 Ian Reynolds and Adrian Cox at Modern Eden GalleryKindra Nikole and friends at the opening reception of Origin August 18Bradley Platz and Emilio Villalba at Modern Eden Gallery August 18, 2018Please take photos!Kindra Nikole at Modern Eden Gallery

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