Simply the West Rides into 5 & 6 Gallery on Thursday

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Given: 5 & 6 Gallery is in Scottsdale, but we're talking about a different kind of cowboy art this time. Seriously.

During the month-long running of Simply the West, 5 & 6's gallery walls will be plastered with works by Parskid, Luster Kaboom, Thomas Breeze Marcus, Ishmael Duenas, Lalo Cota, Ego, Jay Falter, Vic Bazar, Jason Rudolph Pena, Joshua Rhodes, Dan Diaz, and Adam Dumper, and the gallery is hosting a special, Western opening on Thursday.

Check out event details and Simply the West's preview video after the jump and you'll know what we mean.

The show's opening will be on Thursday, November 18, from 7 to 10 p.m.. 5 & 6 Gallery
is at 4200 N Marshall Way in Scottsdale. For more information, visit the event page or the gallery's website.

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