At The Phoenix Fine Art Gallery in Moline:
Please come:
Friday, August 26th. 6.00 p.m.
Vernissage ( opening reception)  for  Artists Zachary Cleve and Emma Farber for their show "Stepping in, Looking Through," a two-person fine arts exhibition with paintings
that explore themes of isolation, obstacles, communication and personal development.

The reception will be held from 6:00pm to 8:00pm, and is open to the public. 
About the Artists:
Zachary Cleve was born in 1986 in Davenport, Iowa. He graduated with bachelor's degrees in painting and sociology from Saint Ambrose University in 2010, culminating in a senior honors exhibition in his final semester. Zachary has facilitated figure drawing sessions at the Figge Art Museum in Davenport, been a teaching assistant, and participated in numerous group exhibitions.

Emma Farber was born in 1988 in Moline, Illinois. She is graduating this winter from Saint Ambrose university with degrees in painting and graphic design, with a minor in art history. She will have her senior honors show this December.

The medium for the paintings are Oil on Canvas.
Certificates of  authenticity and provenance for all art sold throught the Phoenix Fine Art Gallery is provided with all sales.
The Phoenix Fine Art Gallery is at 1530 Fifth Ave. Moline.
First floor of the Moline Club building, corner of  5th. Ave and 16th. Street.

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