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Chroma: Best of CCAD

  Chroma: Best of CCAD

Meet the next generation of artists and designers at Chroma: Best of CCAD. The annual exhibition on Wednesday, May 9, showcases top student work at Columbus College of Art & Design. The event is free and open to the public. (Parking’s free, too.) For more information, visit ccad.edu/chroma.

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Ed Phillips: Textural Abstracts

  Ed Phillips: Textural Abstracts

Ed Phillips’ tactile works come from the artist’s renewed passion for contemporary art and the discovery of creating non-objective abstract paintings using sand, tissue, and modeling paste. Phillips considers his new work as life-changing, allowing him to clearly see and be more sensitive to the beauty that surrounds him.

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Ed Phillips: Textural Abstracts

  Ed Phillips: Textural Abstracts

Ed Phillips’ tactile works come from the artist’s renewed passion for contemporary art and the discovery of creating non-objective abstract paintings using sand, tissue, and modeling paste. Phillips considers his new work as life-changing, allowing him to clearly see and be more sensitive to the beauty that surrounds him.

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Ed Phillips: Textural Abstracts

  Ed Phillips: Textural Abstracts

Ed Phillips’ tactile works come from the artist’s renewed passion for contemporary art and the discovery of creating non-objective abstract paintings using sand, tissue, and modeling paste. Phillips considers his new work as life-changing, allowing him to clearly see and be more sensitive to the beauty that surrounds him.

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Ed Phillips: Textural Abstracts

  Ed Phillips: Textural Abstracts

Ed Phillips’ tactile works come from the artist’s renewed passion for contemporary art and the discovery of creating non-objective abstract paintings using sand, tissue, and modeling paste. Phillips considers his new work as life-changing, allowing him to clearly see and be more sensitive to the beauty that surrounds him.

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Ed Phillips: Textural Abstracts

  Ed Phillips: Textural Abstracts

Ed Phillips’ tactile works come from the artist’s renewed passion for contemporary art and the discovery of creating non-objective abstract paintings using sand, tissue, and modeling paste. Phillips considers his new work as life-changing, allowing him to clearly see and be more sensitive to the beauty that surrounds him.

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Ed Phillips: Textural Abstracts

  Ed Phillips: Textural Abstracts

Ed Phillips’ tactile works come from the artist’s renewed passion for contemporary art and the discovery of creating non-objective abstract paintings using sand, tissue, and modeling paste. Phillips considers his new work as life-changing, allowing him to clearly see and be more sensitive to the beauty that surrounds him.

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