The Bruno David Gallery Reopens with Michael Byron, Patricia Olynyk, Chris Kahler, & William Morris

    After a six month hiatus, the Bruno David Gallery once again opens its doors with four new exhibitions. Michael Byron’s collage takes center stage with “The Wheel of Fortune & How to Build a Ghost.” Patricia Olynyk’s “Oculus” brings excitement to the window display. Chris Kahler’s “Shift” embraces new dimensions. William Morris’s “The Protest Project” tackles media coverage of the Covid-19 pandemic and events surrounding George Floyd’s death. The three exhibitions inside will be available to view through October 24, 2020 and “Oculus” will be up through December 6, 2020. For more information, go to www.brunodavidgallery.com.

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