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Hillyer Art Space played host Friday night, featuring a collection of artists, perhaps most notably though was Don Kimes’ show After the Flood in the main room, displaying work he has created after a flood at his house in Maryland destroyed most of his life’s work. To quote text from the show itself, “the paintings both subtle and dramatic, demonstrate his [Kimes’] ability to express the minute and sensitive effects of change in massive sizes and organic movements.”

See more photos here: Dakota Fine on flickr… 

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The show attracted a diverse set of art enthusiasts, young and old were seen enjoying the complimentary wine and paella. Hillyer Art Space (HAS), a nonprofit gallery and contemporary exhibition space, can be found tucked away just behind the Phillips Collection near Dupont Circle. The current show, including Don Kimes’ work, will run until late April.

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