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Eternal Watchman
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Posted: 2004-July-17 at 3:01pm | IP Logged Quote Administrator

Well, I know the month is half over, but this news is better late than never!

Only July 1st, Robert Stephens had the opening for his one man art show at The Attic Gallery, Portland Oregon's oldest and largest gallery.  The show runs the entire month of July.  Robert has been very helpful here at the site, sharing his knowledge on a regular basis.  So if you live in the area be sure to checkout the show.  Here's a quote from the Attic's website, which describes the exhibition:

"ROBERT A. M. STEPHENS, a romantic, illuminist and realistic painter of inspirational oil paintings, is the official flight documentation artist for the NASA Space flights. In this exhibit, he includes the NASA Official Memorial painting for the loss of the Space Shuttle Columbia which will go directly to the Kennedy Center Smithsonian Exhibit at the end of this exhibit. Also included are Robert's romantic landscape paintings and still lifes."

Attic Website : LINK
More information and a couple pictures can also be found at Robert's Website: LINK.


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