by Kim Larson

On the evening of Saturday, April 20, 2019 the gallery opened it's doors to the long-awaited solo exhibition of Lacey Bryant, The Slow Tarot. Supporters, fans, and friends flooded the gallery to view all 81 original oil paintings spanning over 6 years of hard work by the artist. The gallery walls were covered with Lacey's colorful narratives enchanting viewers with a veritable feast for the eyes. The exhibition is on view through May 4, 2019. 


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