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Laughing Duck Digital Pond to feature local artists

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Local Photographer, Thom Dickerson recently opened his new studio/gallery, Laughing Duck Digital Pond at 120 10th St., Suite 3 in Astoria. Beginning in July, Dickerson welcomes fellow photographer, Catherine Al-Meten as his featured artist for the 2nd Saturday Artwalk on Saturday, July 12 at Laughing Duck Digital Pond Studio and Gallery. Dickerson plans to feature local artists regularly in his gallery.

In July, Laughing Duck Digital Pond features local photographer and author, Catherine Al-Meten. She will exhibit some of her work from “Life along the River” and “In Light of the Sacred”, themes she focuses on in her photography. The exhibit of her work begins on 2nd Saturday Art Walk on Saturday, July 12. Local surreal artist, Lisa Ackerman will also have some pieces on display at Dickerson’s studio/gallery for the Art Walk. A reception begins at the Laughing Duck Digital Pond Studio and Gallery from 5:00-8:00 P.M. at 120 10th St., Suite 3 in Astoria, Oregon.

Later in the month, as part of the Astoria Studios Tour 2014, Dickerson's and Al-Meten's photography will be on exhibit for this years open studio tour. On Saturday and Sunday, July 26-27, Dickerson's Laughing Duck Digital Pond will be open to the public from 10:00-4:00, both days. Along with 35 other artists, both Thom Dickerson and Catherine Al-Meten will be opening their studios and sharing some of their photographic work .



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