THE WEEKEND EXPERIENCE – ART+CULTURE: Animal Nature

Opening Reception: Saturday, August 1st, 7pm-11pm @ Instinct Gallery: Des Moines

The Instinct Gallery in Des Moines, Iowa just sent us these pics for their upcoming show “Animal Nature.” The group show features one of our favorite artists, Jeremiah Ketner (above), whose beautiful pieces really do light up a room. Over 20 artists will be presenting their pieces, making this one very eclectic exhibit. Animal Nature runs until August 29th, with the opening reception on August 1st, from 7pm-11pm. There will also be body painting and live music at the opening gig, so if you happen to find yourself in Des Moines this weekend, make sure to check it out!


Paul Chatem


Jen Lobo


Joshua Bowers


Chris Brett


Rudy Fig

Dates and hours:
Show runs from August 1 – August 29, 2009
Wed-Fri: 5pm-8pm
Sat: 12pm-4pm
Opening reception on August 1st, from 7pm-11pm

Cost:
Free

Instinct Gallery website
1408 Locust Street
Des Moines, IA 50309



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