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"Something in the Water" solo show from Cody Schibi 10/04/2013

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"Some time ago in the small, rural town of Hallow End, strange occurrences began happening to the inhabitants in this isolated place. What first began with what seemed to be small birth defects turned into questions & confusion when adults (both young & old) began showing signs of odd behaviors & "transformations". These questions traveled to further, outside locations & soon fell on a particular set of ears eager to answer them: Dr. Herbert Putare. Upon visiting & investigating Hallow End while interviewing & testing the people living there, Dr. Putare's search eventually led him to Manus Springs, the only water supply for the tiny town. There he discovered an object which seemed to answer the question of why these bizarre things were happening but took him even deeper into unexplained territory. These are his findings..."
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Harlingen Arts & Heritage Museum in Harlingen, TX is proud to be hosting the very first solo show of Harlingen's own CODY SCHIBI... how has this not happened already?!?! Cody is super talented and has his own super stylistic approach to art... and for this show, entitled "Something In The Water", Cody will be exhibiting new works from Dr. Putare's point of view with journal entries, photographs and descriptions of the people from Hallow End as well as reveal what he found in the water source which is causing these unknown things to occur... all of which is being told through a number of mostly watercolor and ink pieces. Cody mentions "I have some fun, interactive stuff planned and hope opening night in particular will be a whole experience in itself. Halloween's always been my favorite holiday/time of the year and this exhibit makes that obvious which is why I chose October to exhibit... it's also more fitting for my style of art and what i'll be showcasing." This exhibit will be an awesome interactive experience instead of just walking into a room & staring at square objects on a wall like most art shows are. The show opens on Friday, October 4th at 6pm and will run until November 18th... be there!!!

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