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Old 12-04-2003, 12:31 PM
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Jay Marvin and Kelly Moore December 13th in Arkansas

Fayetteville, Arkansas, December 2, 2003 – Jay Marvin will be featured in collaboration with Kelly Moore at the Kelly Gallery in Fayetteville Arkansas in a painting exhibition entitled "Heaven and Hell."

Mr. Marvin is a self-taught painter, writer, and nationally known talk show host on WLS 890 AM radio in Chicago. Jay Marvin describes his art style as, " … open, raw, and filled with emotion, and revolution. The days of the "outsider" or "self taught" artist as mental patient are at an end. Art should be used as a weapon to smash the boredom of everyday life!" Marvins work has been featured nationally as well as internationally most recently at the Inspired Art Fair in London England.

Jay Marvin will attend the opening night reception (7:00 PM December 13) at the Kelly Gallery located at 200 West Dickson in Fayetteville Arkansas.

Kelly Moore, remarked, "Jay has a style & honesty all his own that deals with his personal demons in a very different way than I do. When we realized this it was a natural to juxtapose the two styles." Marvins paintings have a searing bluntness to them while Moore's appear more ethereal in nature.

More information is available online at www.kellymoore.net
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Old 12-08-2003, 09:44 PM
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Sounds like an intriguing collaboration.
Should make for a energizing show.
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Old 12-08-2003, 11:40 PM
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Congratulations Kelly.... I'll copy this thread over to WC! Events too so others can see it.
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