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Contreras Gallery and Jewelry (110 E. 6th St.) presents an evening of printmaking at the historic warehouse arts district. The exhibition, "The Fine Art of Printmaking," will run until July 30. A reception will be held Saturday, July 2 from 6 to 9 p.m. and features artists Jo Andersen, David Andres, Julia Andres, Robert Conine, David Contreras, E. M. Contreras, Bryan Crow, Chris Dawdy, Norma Galindo, Adam Gilliland, Marcus Robiason, Martin Quintanilla, Marika Szabo, and Gavin Hugh Troy. Check out at contrerashousefineart.com for more information on this and other upcoming exhibitions.

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