In Search of Lost Time

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In Search of Lost Time

Time: November 4, 2017 from 7pm to 10pm
Location: Parlor
Street: 862 Vedado Way
City/Town: Atlanta, Georgia 30308
Website or Map: https://www.facebook.com/even…
Event Type: exhibition, and, reception
Organized By: Vivian Liddell
Latest Activity: Oct 31

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The opening reception for In Search of Lost Time, a solo exhibition of new small-scale works by Vivian Liddell, will be at Parlor on Saturday, November 4th from 7-10PM. After the opening reception, the gallery will be open by appointment only for viewing.

The works in this exhibition are mixed media works, which utilize yarn balls crocheted into chains by Liddell's grandmother, who has severe dementia.

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