Where the Wild Things Are

Apparently, the students of the Miles Batt Workshop held in March produced some "wild and wonderful" art. Whether it's wild because the attendees were eccentric geniuses or because the class was one letter away from being a "butt workshop" remains to be seen. Either way, it should be pretty interesting. To see just how wild Miles' minions got, check out The Wild and Wonderful Art of the Miles Batt Workshop through July 7 at the Artists' Showplace Gallery, 15615 Coit Road, #230. The gallery is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays. Call 972-233-1223.
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Noah W. Bailey
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