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Artists’ works featured in ‘All in Black and White’ exhibit

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KENT—Carol Corey Fine Arts is exhibiting “All in Black and White” featuring works in charcoal, pencil, ink and paint by Dozier Bell, Roz Chast, Emily Eveleth, John Guthrie, Susan Hartnett, Shelley Reed, Mia Rosenthal and Rick Shaefer.

“Barn Owl” is a 2020 pencil, charcoal and highlight drawing by Rick Shaefer now on view at Carol Corey Fine Arts.

The exhibition will be on view through March 24 at 6 North Main St. gallery.

Winter hours are Thursdays through Sundays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.  

Carol Corey Fine Art, was established in 2020, when Corey relocated from New York City to Kent. She previously operated the gallery Danese/Corey in the city. 

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