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‘Wasted – The Great American Pastime’ Opening Reception: Saturday, June 9|7-10P On View: June 9– 30, 2012 Regular Gallery Hours: Tues.- Sat. 11A -5P Get hooked this summer on a heavy dose of ocular candy as WWA and Dave… From Van Gogh to Kurt Cobain, mind-altering substances have always had a symbiotic and torturous relationship with the Arts. As both muse and disease, they can be the catalyst for creativity while simultaneously destructive to the maker. ‘Wasted’ is a tongue-in-cheek yet candid look at artists complex relationship with drugs and alcohol through eye stimulating contributions by over 70 fine artists and creative professionals. Nothing was deemed off-limits or taboo, we only requested they “paint responsibly.” For full details on this event, including the artists roster, please see check out WWAGallery.com In addition to a fantastic evening with art, WWA Gallery has partnered with local eateries Rush Street, City Tavern, Backstage Bar & Grill, and Rocco’s Tavern to put together a one-of-a-kind ‘Wasted’ pub crawl for patron’s to score deals on original artwork! Participating establishments have specials available to our collectors from 3-7pm on the day of the opening (Saturday June 9). All one has to do is visit a few of them and show us your receipts at the opening reception of Wasted to be eligible for our show incentives: • 3 receipts gets you 10% off of any ‘Wasted’ artwork. • 4 receipts gets you 15% off of ‘Wasted’ artwork PLUS 10% off of any artwork in our inventory. Attached, I’ve included a map with details of our ‘Wasted’ Pub Crawl. For a preview at some of the artwork featured in ‘Wasted’, please see here:http://www.flickr.com/photos/wwagallery/sets/72157629682139022/
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