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“Head Somewhere” by Nathan Swain

For eight years, the art of Nathan Swain has been hanging at the New Spin Laundromat on Salem Street in Boston’s North End. All good things must come to an end.

Nate is holding a 3-day show February 18-20 at Artists or Humanity, 100 West Second Street where those paintings and more will be on sale in a silent auction format.

“Everything art, furniture and sculpture that I have ever created and still own will be on display along with the story of my life,” said Nate Swain. “I will have furniture I made when I was 10 years old. I want to sell as much as I can so I don’t have to store it anymore. I want it all to go to happy homes.”

On February 18th and 19th (Saturday & Sunday), the art will be displayed from 11am to 6pm. On Monday, February 20th, the show will open at 11am and there will be a closing reception from 4pm-7pm.

More details at the Facebook event page.

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