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Out & About: You Are Here exhibit blurs lines of reality

Shirley McMarlin
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Exhibiting artist, Melissa Reed, (work shown back) poses for a photo during the opening reception for “Blurred Reality” held at You Are Here in Jeannette on Saturday evening, June 22, 2019.
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(From left) Exhibiting artist Victoria Jennings of Pittsburgh (work shown center) joins her boyfriend, Marc Shepard of Latrobe, for a photo during the opening reception for “Blurred Reality” held at You Are Here in Jeannette on Saturday evening, June 22, 2019.
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(From left) Curator Dan Overdorff joins exhibiting artist Mark Miller of Queens, N.Y. (work shown back), for a photo during the opening reception for “Blurred Reality” held at You Are Here in Jeannette on Saturday evening, June 22, 2019.
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(From left) Exhibiting artist Dan Senneway of McCandless, Allegheny County, (work shown left) joins Jen Costello for a photo, during the opening reception for “Blurred Reality” held at You Are Here in Jeannette on Saturday evening, June 22, 2019.
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(From left) Exhibiting artist, Michael McDevitt of Pittsburgh (work shown left) and his wife, Allison Blair, pose for a photo during the opening reception for “Blurred Reality” held at You Are Here in Jeannette on Saturday evening, June 22, 2019.
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(From left) Exhibiting artist Ron Korczynski of Natrona Heights and his wife, Judy, pose for a photo during the opening reception for “Blurred Reality” held at You Are Here in Jeannette on Saturday evening, June 22, 2019.

There’s always some thought-provoking artwork on display at You Are Here gallery in Jeannette.

The current exhibition is “Blurred Reality,” running through Aug. 4, with works exploring the point where reality morphs into legends and dreams.

The artists explored the question, “Why are we here and what are we doing?” via works in various media, including illustration, sculpture and painting.

An opening reception was held June 22, with gallery-goers having the opportunity to meet with featured artists Victoria Jennings, Ron Korczynski, Kevin Kutz, Michael McDevitt, Mark Miller and Dan Senneway, and curator Dan Overdorff.

As usual for a You Are Here reception, there was food, music and lots of lively conversation.

Shirley McMarlin is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Shirley at 724-836-5750, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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