Tom Huck and his Evil Prints on view at Duane Reed Gallery

    Duane Reed Gallery presents a 12 year career retrospective of world renowned print maker Tom Huck’s work. The St. Louis native has been featured in art galleries across the country but before now had never had a whole exhibit dedicated to his prints in his home town.

    Using the work intensive and methodical process of making woodcuts, Huck’s work displays not only a mastery of his craft, but also thought provoking social commentaries.

    Duane Reed Gallery is also showcasing the paintings of Jed Jackson and the unique ceramic works of Photographer Peter Olsen.

    These exhibits will be on display through March 31, 2018. For more info please visit www.duanereedgallery.com.

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