Under my Skin at Black Iris Gallery 

Friday, Jan. 4

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Curated by self-taught abstract impressionist Diane Clement, this exhibit features work from photographer Wolfgang Jasper, painter William Parrish, sculptor Helene Roberts, painter and sculptor Darryl Starr and Clement herself. Organizers write that the show features “visceral works expressing the soul’s response to the world from … beneath the skin.” Free. 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. 321westbroad.com.


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