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Exhibit: Animus 

By Anita Overcash

Artist Miranda Lake's solo show reflects on her recent travels to South Africa (*insert jealousy here*), as well as the inspirational subject matter she encounters on other soils. Lake believes, "There's always some hidden treasure or visual treat waiting to be found; you just have to look." The Animus exhibit at Hidell Brooks Gallery features Lake's new works and old favorites, which have been formatted as archival pigment prints.

Exhibit continues through March 31. Hidell Brooks Gallery, 1910 South Blvd. 704-334-7302. www.hidellbrooks.com.

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