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‘A lighter Faire’ on display at Kaddatz Gallery [UPDATED]

Published 9:09am Thursday, June 13, 2013 Updated 3:09pm Thursday, June 13, 2013

Emily Williams-Wheeler will exhibit her latest works, “From Soup to Nuts: A Lighter Faire,” through July 19, at the Kaddatz Galleries in Fergus Falls.

Williams-Wheeler is known for her bright and whimsical paintings, and her latest works are no exception.

She has been working as a professional artist since 1992. She keeps a studio in Fargo where she also leads classes on art enrichment and creative thinking.

In her latest works, Williams-Wheeler explores the “old faire.” This subject allowed for the artist to dive into color and whimsy, with purple elephants and unicycles balancing on the edge of a soup bowl.

Be sure to take time to explore these works and unravel both the physical and metaphorical layers.

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