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Kinahan puts her money where her art is
“Rabbit” is the name of one of Elizabeth Kinahan’s favorite donkeys in her “Animalarium” show at Studio &.
Cows, like “Sellers Holsteins,” are a favorite subject of Elizabeth Kinahan and are the most represented species in “Animalarium.”
Elizabeth Kinahan’s “Moosic to My Steers” provides the official artwork this year for Music in the Mountains, and the violin will be auctioned in July during Pops Night.
If you go

“Animalarium” by Elizabeth Kinahan will be on display through May 26 at Studio &, 1027 Main Ave. An opening reception will be held from 5 to 9 p.m. today. For more information, visit www.elizabethkinahan.com.

They’re people, too

“Rabbit” is the name of one of Elizabeth Kinahan’s favorite donkeys in her “Animalarium” show at Studio &.
Cows, like “Sellers Holsteins,” are a favorite subject of Elizabeth Kinahan and are the most represented species in “Animalarium.”
Elizabeth Kinahan’s “Moosic to My Steers” provides the official artwork this year for Music in the Mountains, and the violin will be auctioned in July during Pops Night.
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