Women & Their Work

Women & Their Work

http://www.womenandtheirwork.org

(512) 477-1064

1710 Lavaca Street

Austin, TX 78701

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Laura Lit: Where You End and I Begin

Women & Their Work

June 17 - July 27, 2017

From the gallery: "In her exhibition, Where You End and I Begin, Laura Lit creates portraits that capture the likeness, specific expression, and telling moments of her subjects. This series of oil paintings uses chiaroscuro and realistic detail to establish attitude and anatomy. "



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