AXOM GALLERY IS PLEASED TO PRESENT

METROPOLITICONCIOUS

PAINTING AND SCULPTURE INSTALLATION
BY

FRANCESCA LALANNE

SEPTEMBER 5  - OCTOBER 4

OPENING RECEPTION SEPTEMBER 6  5-9pm

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

GALLERY HOURS:
Gallery Opens for the Fall Season on September 5, 2014
from 5 – 10 PM for First Friday Gallery Night

Regular Gallery Hours are:
Wednesday thru Saturday 12-5 PM
and by appointment

OPENING ARTIST RECEPTION:
Francesca Lalanne – Metropoliticoncious
September 6, 2014   5-9 pm

FIRST FRIDAY GALLERY NIGHTS:
September 5, from 5-10 PM
October 3, from 5-10 PM
November 7, from 5-10 PM
December 5,from 5-10 PM

AXOM Gallery is Located in The Neighborhood of the Arts 176 Anderson Ave. 2nd Fl. Rochester NY 14607 (we are around the corner from Village Gate and down the block from Good Luck Restaurant).  If you have trouble finding us please call 585-232-6030

UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS

OPENINGS:
Sue Blumendale – Paper Sculpure
Opening Saturday October 18

Matthew Langley - New Paintings
Opening Friday December 5

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