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Philip Koch at the Clymer Museum of Art in Washington

February 3, 2010 by  
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Philip Koch is a fantastic painter who posts comments here regularly and runs a terrific blog. I had another post about his work several months ago that you can read here. I thought I’d mention his new show at the Clymer Museum of Art Ellensburg, WA January 8 – March 27, 2010 in case anyone is near the area, there’s a reception Feb. 5 and an Artist’s Talk on Feb. 4 at the Central Washington University Art Department

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  1. TDK says:

    Nice paintings on the brochure and also… good luck to you in New York. :^))

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