March 20, 2018. Exhibition + Miss Fisher saves herself

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Opening Reception: March 24, 3-7pm

Laura and I have been installing and preparing and we are so pleased about working together. After March 24, the show will be open by appointment through April 28. Please let me know if you'd like to see an exhibition checklist or make an appointment – our goal is for all this work to go to new homes.
I hope you'll join us Saturday. See you then!

Some Time Gallery, 2882 West 32nd Street, Cleveland, OH 44113.
Opening Reception March 24, 2018 from 3-7pm.
Open by appointment until April 28th.
Laura and I send heartfelt thank yous to
Southern Sweets and Platform Beer Company for their kindness and generosity.
Studio Thoughts
My latest guilty tv obsession is Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries. The main character is the strong, well dressed, multi-lingual, lady detective Miss Fisher. She isn't married, invites good looking men to her bedroom, and wears incredible clothes with stunning color and pattern. What I like best though, is she gets in trouble (through strength and bravery) and the main love-interest policeman rushes to save her. BUT, as he approaches, she saves herself with her gold gun or a large blunt object within her reach. She never fails me. She never fails herself.

No surprise, this feminist, Australian show is written and produced by women, Deb Cox and Fiona Eagger.
a moment just before, 2018, plaster, altered found objects
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Elizabeth Emery
Cleveland, OH 44113

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