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A new show opening tonight at the Sandra Phillips Gallery will appeal directly to your animal instincts: The message of Nature. Interrupted — a three-way exhibition of works by Anna Kaye, Susan Jean Hart and Pauline Foss that explores the effects of man's ugly footprint on the natural world — clearly takes the animals' side. Kaye's "Inside Out" series features stunning three-dimensional trompe l'oeil paintings of wild animals literally boxed in by their environment, while Foss's mixed-media works comment on the inhumane treatment of animals in mass food production. And on a more conceptual front, Hart's sculpture combines man-made and natural materials in abstract forms.

Nature opens tonight with a reception from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. and continues through January 2; Sandra Phillips is at 744 Santa Fe Drive. For details, call 303-573-5969 or visit
Nov. 30-Jan. 2, 2007


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