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.

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

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.

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

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

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

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