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“Undercurrent" Michelle Y Williams Gallery

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“Undercurrent” is a piece of mixed media on canvas by artist Michelle Y Williams. She says that through her work, she tries to leave the observer with “only abstract emotions and instinctual responses,” so that “feelings and memories are free to manifest.” Michelle Y Williams Gallery, 835 Julia St., 585-1945, MichelleYWilliams.com.

Through the transition to spring is known for compelling us to clean, the one to fall often has the same effect. Instead of polishing your silver or repainting your dining room, why not refurbish your home through art? Our city is known for its galleries, museums and artists (as well as its Saints, music and food) – make the most of it!     

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