CURIOUS Attractions

Holloway’s playful and startling three-dimensional works reference Aesop’s Fables and growth. She writes, “[M]y interests lie in the animal realm and by using specific animal attributes, [I] explore how our formative process makes up who we might become, or who we are attempting to become.” McNally presents new works that are ambitious, huge and, until the show opens—secret (with hope for harmony).
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Holloway’s Curious Attractions and McNally’s Exilesopen 5 p.m. Thur., Jan. 11, Alexander Brest Museum & Gallery, Jacksonville University, Arlington, 256-7374, through Feb. 7.

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