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Painter Jen Mann creates a clash between ethereal and real with her recent series of portraits. The work has a candid appeal with some surrealistic leanings.

Courtesy of Jen Mann.

Courtesy of Jen Mann.

Courtesy of Jen Mann.

Courtesy of Jen Mann.

Courtesy of Jen Mann.

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  • New Mann. September 5, 2013 - 3:32 pm Reply

    […] painter Jen Mann just released some new work. Mann gives us more of the good stuff, but takes the beauty of her […]

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