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11th Street Studio Hosts "Silver Lining Art Show" on Saturday

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With work from creative minds like Brain Boner, Patricia Beatty, Sylvia Hardt, Danielle Hacche, Rafael Navarro, Jason Savaglio, and Susan Rae Westover, you hardly need a silver lining. Luckily, these artists are hanging, installing and displaying their artwork anyway.

The team behind 11th Street Studios, at 1117 E. Van Buren Street in Phoenix, is hosting its annual holiday studio show.

A majority of the new work, in a variety of media, will be for sale on Saturday -- all you'll need to do is gift wrap.

The studio and gallery was once the historic Thrift Store, which was a must-see in Phoenix during the 50s and 60s. While the old Thrift Store sign remains, the interior's had a bit of a face lift and now houses six artists and a variety of musicians.

Doors will open for Saturday's "Silver Lining" from 6 to 10 p.m.. For more information, call Patricia Beatty, (480) 529-7849.

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