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The Crucible’s opening art showing: “eARTth”

on November 9, 2009

On Friday night, more than 50 people crammed into the small narrow studio of the Crucible’s new art studio, the Cathedral Gallery, on Broadway in downtown Oakland. The show, which runs until Dec. 18, displays art ranging from a beautiful clay sculpted statue of a woman to brightly colored neck ties made of glass.

The title: eARTh (with an emphasis on art).

The art: made from glass, clay, marble, stone and plaster.

The price: $50 to $3,000.  Or am I suppose to say “priceless”?

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