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The 2015 Holiday Show

Ring in the season with holiday-inspired art at the 2015 Holiday Show art exhibit.

Running from Friday, October 23 through Saturday, January 9, the Holiday Show will feature the work of Karel Mikolas, Lynn Noble, Khalil Allaik, Michael Hess, Femi Johnson, Deborah Slahta, Staci Louise Smith, Danny Polk, and Lara Holland.

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The Artists

Karel Mikolas

Karel Mikolas was born in Prague in 1939 in the area of central Europe now known as the Czech Republic. His family has an uninterrupted history of over 300 years as skilled craftsmen, making and designing objects of beauty in virtually any material. Their work has inspired his art.

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Lynn Noble

Lynn Noble loves capturing "Spirit" in all of her work. She believes there is always something to be seen in the unseen. Purchase her photography here.

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Khalil Allaik

The work of Khalil Allaik explores how art can help us travel throughout this huge and limitless universe.

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Michael Hess

Working in many mediums, specifically oil-based paint, Michael Hess tries to capture the qualities of the unseen, that emotion, incomplete memory or fragmented thought he feels while engrossed in a piece. Purchase his art here.

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Femi J. Johnson

Femi J. Johnson starts his process by actively mixing paint and using colors from made or found papers until the composition appears. Purchase his art here.

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Deborah Slahta

Deborah Slahta loves the feel and smell of clay and enjoys working with her hands. Purchase her art here.

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Staci Louise Smith

Using stone, sea glass, shells, fossils, and art beads Staci Louise Smith creates all of her jewelry and components by hand in her home in South Eastern PA. Purchase her art here.

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Danny E. Polk Jr.

Danny E. Polk Jr.'s love and passion for glass grows from the processes involved in its creation alone.

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Lara Holland

Lara Holland loves to create with almost any kind of media. She focuses mainly on jewelry, beadery, and metals, enjoying the natural elements of the Earth in her work.

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