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Gallery Show at Crewest Selling Affordable Art Prints

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This is an idea all galleries could pick up on and gain success with. Take over 40 local artists, ask them to do a series of hand printed posters to be on display and be sold to the common man at affordable prices. The end product? A gallery of beautiful original art with prints starting at $10 (most are around the $30 to $50 range).

From last Saturday night through the end of this month, Printed II will be on display at street artist Man One's Crewest Gallery in downtown. The show last year mainly featured street artists, but this year was expanded to a cadre of local artists as well. Notables include Man One, Shark Toof, Two Rabbits and others.

The gallery will be open during this week's Downtown Art Walk.

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