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Think Twice Now at Carol Corey Fine Art

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KENT—Think Twice 2023, the third iteration of Carol Corey Fine Art gallery’s December group exhibition of works by gallery and invited artists, opened last week and will continue through Dec. 23. The works are hung in pairs for context and comparison.

The gallery exhibit, located at 6 North Main St., focuses on a select group of contemporary artists. Showing this year are Elise Ansel, Robert Ayers, Dozier Bell, Roz Chast, Daisy Craddock, Emily Eveleth, JC Fontainive, Nathaniel Aric Galka, Ellen Grobman, John Guthrie, Andy Harper, Lisa Lebofsky, Matthias Meyer, James Mullen, Tim Nighswander, Shelley Reed and Rick Shaefer.

Winter hours are Thursday to Sunday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Call 917-797-9654, or email carol@carolcoreyfineart.com

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