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A Sense of Renewal.

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The piece below is being featured, along with other works by Andrew Hem, at the group show Death and the Maiden which opens this Friday, June 8th at Roq la Rue Gallery in Seattle, Washington.

Hem, who was born during his parents’ flight from Cambodia, started out as a graffiti artist before turning to painting. So, if you’re in the Seattle Washington area, check Hem’s — and others’ — works at Roq la Rue.

“Rejuventation”. (Courtesy of Andrew Hem.)

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