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Bamboozle Cafe hosts reception for local artists

Bamboozle Cafe hosts a reception for the art of Noland Anderson and Francine Bauer in the exhibit, “Abstract Urbana.” Anderson calls this work Cloud 8 and Climbing. 

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Bamboozle Cafe hosts a reception for the art of Noland Anderson and Francine Bauer in the exhibit, “Abstract Urbana.” Anderson calls this work Cloud 8 and Climbing. 

On Tuesday, Bamboozle Cafe will host an opening reception for the exhibit, "Abstract Urbana," created by artists, Noland Anderson and Francine Bauer.

Anderson, a South Florida artist, has worked in television for the local ABC affiliate and as an animator for Univision. His art has been displayed across the globe including Prague, Israel and Canada.

His portraits and scenes captivate viewers with his attention to details.

Bauer is a local, self-taught artist who experiments in different media.

Her imagination influences her bold, abstract and colorful work, which also includes found objects.

She takes classes at the Life Enrichment Center where she was recently named Artist of the Month.

She also teaches workshops at the center in her favorite medium, encaustic, a wax-based paint.

Both artists complement one another in their attention to the beauty of life, history, music and nature.

The reception will take place from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. with free appetizers, wine and tasting.

The show will remain on display through August 13 at 516 N Tampa St.

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