Anderson and Galusha: Tesseract Dancing

  • Anderson and Galusha: “Tesseract Dancing”

Historic Arkansas Museum’s 2nd Friday Night reception opens a new exhibit of sculpture by Brett Anderson and drawings and paintings by Little Rock artist Emily Galusha.

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Anderson showed work in the 2009 Sculptors Guild Exhibit in Little Rock, and Galusha was named by Arkansas Times readers’ as the “Best Artist” in 2010.

A tesseract, as every schoolchild knows, is a four-dimensional cube.

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