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Childhood Bubble Gum an art exhibition by Bob Freyer

Presented by B.Freyer at .5 Gallery, Pittsburgh

December 03 - December 11

Childhood Bubble Gum is an exhibition based on reliving a childhood and just having fun. Ignoring all the seriousness as an adult, and giving up the stress that comes day to day. Childhood Bubble Gum is thought to bring back memories of going to a park, playing with friends, and all the good times someone had growing up.

About the artist:

Bob Freyer is an award winning artist from Pittsburgh, PA who paints images from an alternate world. He uses his imagination for you to see the world...

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Childhood Bubble Gum is an exhibition based on reliving a childhood and just having fun. Ignoring all the seriousness as an adult, and giving up the stress that comes day to day. Childhood Bubble Gum is thought to bring back memories of going to a park, playing with friends, and all the good times someone had growing up.

About the artist:

Bob Freyer is an award winning artist from Pittsburgh, PA who paints images from an alternate world. He uses his imagination for you to see the world through his eyes. The bold images he creates shows a darker lining in his mind.

Since 2013 Mr. Freyer has been showcasing work in Pittsburgh. He has participated in numerous shows
throughout the U.S. Including showing in Colorado, California, New York, New Jersey, and Miami at Art Basel

Bob isn’t an artist that paints for the people, he paints for himself. He uses art as an escape.

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Dates & times

Fri, Dec 03 @ 6:00 pm Sat, Dec 04 @ 6:00 pm Fri, Dec 10 @ 6:00 pm + 1 more dates and times

Sat, Dec 11 @ 6:00 pm - Less dates

Admission

Free

Location

.5 Gallery Arrow icon

407 1/2 Butler Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15223

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