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Pop Revolution Gallery

Faces of Mason

October 18, 2018November 10, 2018

The exhibition is a celebration of residents working to create a greater sense of community in the city of Mason, which has experienced a rapid rise in residents over the past 20 years. A once small and sleepy farm town has morphed into suburban sprawl with more than 30,000 residents. In a place where, not very long ago, everyone knew everyone, there is now a large contingent of people who are transient; residing only for a few years before they move on. As a result, the city struggles to create a sense of community and bridge the line between Old Mason and New Mason. In celebration of those residents striving to build a greater sense of community, local artists were invited to take their portraits. These artists honor those individuals and their contributions to increasing the well-being of the community. The portraits are the backbone of the exhibit, surrounded by photo-booth style images of the greater community. The exhibition is intended to encourage and inspire communication and interaction throughout the community of Mason.

Featured Artists: Tracy Doyle, Chrystal Scanlon, Kim Kalo, William Northern, Tracy Fitch, Jon Williams

  • Chrystal Scanlon, Francis Michaels, 2018. 16 x 20 inches. Courtesy of the artist

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