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Neo Action Abstraction Exhibit Returns from New York

The museum's Neo Action Abstraction traveling exhibition returns from its appearance at the Rainforest Art Foundation Gallery in New York. The  exhibit includes recent paintings by Joseph Palermo, Jenik, Richard Bailey and Michael Griesgraber. The works were selected based on their innovative action-oriented techniques. The exhibit will remain installed at the museum until its next scheduled "SNMFA Outreach Program" exhibit.

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