This Week at Art MoCo
by sabine7 / October 30, 2009


It's not all ghouls and ghosts on the Hallowee'en horizon; let's not forget the heaps of candy that can be ours for the trick or treating. A Swim on Snack Mountain by Kiersten Essenpreis serves as seasonal reminder, just in case. See the rest of the week at Art MoCo after the jump.



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The week started with the embroidered photography on canvas by Berend Strik whose haunting work is a surprising mix of media.


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There is a sneaky element of surprise throughout Dan Witz's recent series, Dark Doings, where mysterious faces, often pained, peer out from behind dark windows.


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Fatherhood gave photographer Jeff Friesen another perspective. Keeping Lost Time is a series developed to help preserve his daughter's childhood.


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Who let the frogs out? Olive Ayhens melds nature with architecture in paintings and works on paper that offer a look at overlapping scenarios.


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Hallowe'en appears to be one of Kiersten Essenpreis' favorite times of the year.


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