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Epsten Gallery Explores Pattern and Process

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Epsten Gallery curator Marcus Cain and artist and KCAI Ceramics Department chair Cary Esser

In an exhibition at the Epsten Gallery at Village Shalom, five artists explore pattern and process through a variety of materials, ranging from stitched and sewn canvas to glazed tile.

To view images from the exhibition, check here.By Laura Spencer

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Kansas City, MO – Artist Cary Esser's tile compositions form geometric islands or hives, and in one critic's words "ground the exhibition." KCUR's Laura Spencer reports.

"Evermore: Pattern and Process" remains on display through January 25th at the Epsten Gallery at Village Shalom, a project of the Kansas City Jewish Museum Foundation, 5500 West 123rd Street, Overland Park, KS.

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