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Amy Spassov's 'Antonyms' exhibit shows the conflicts in human nature

Bellevue-based mixed-media artist Amy Spassov will open her exhibit, “Antonyms,” June 4 at the Hall Spassov gallery in Downtown.

According to a release from the gallery, the exhibit “uses symbolism, subtle and pointed, to tell the story of our dissimilar nature ... Each piece is riddled with antonyms adeptly placed in a manner that suggests that our differences, however big or small, are at the core of our magnificence.”

“Antonyms” runs through June 30. Hall Spassov is located at 800 Bellevue Way N.E., Suite 150.


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