"Converging Trajectories" Sneak Preview at Modified Arts

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We had ourselves a little sneak peek preview of the "Converging Trajectories: Crossing Borders, Building Bridges" show curated by Ted Decker. Last night, media folks were invited to Modified Arts to get an eyeful (or two ... or five) of the whopping 41 artists' works. Participating painters, sculptors, photographers, and multi-media creators span from Phoenix to Charlotte to Brazil.

We're not gonna lie. It's a lot to take in.

We suggest experiencing this show little by little and, therefore, will provide a few images to get you started (after the jump)...

The official opening takes place tonight (click here for the details) and there will be a meet and greet with the artists event this Saturday (click here for the details).

Stay tuned to Jackalope Ranch for a more in-depth review on "Converging Trajectories" next week.

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