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Symbolic Immersion: Fairy Mound


Symbolic Immersion: Fairy Mound, an experiential installation and other works in paint, print and drawing by J. Lynn Kronika.
Explore the inner realm of the Crystalline Hall of Fairy and interact with the Will o’the Whisp.
The Real World of Fairy Exhibit opens March 25th, with a
reception from 6-10pm at the Life Force Arts Center, located at 3148 N.
Lincoln Avenue, Chicago, IL 60657.
Exhibit runs until May 27th, 2011 and
will close with a reception that evening from 6-10pm.
For more information please contact the artist: Jessica L Kronika at 847-722-7032 or artist@flyngypsyarts.com
or contact the Executive Director, Joan Forest Mage at: 773-327-7224 or joan@LifeForceArts.org

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