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November 09, 2006|By SAM SESSA

`Too Pure Water'

Artist Margaret Evangeline created the pieces in her new exhibit by firing a shotgun at close range into thin panels of polished or brushed sheet metal. The exhibit, Too Pure Water, runs through Dec. 2 at C. Grimaldis Gallery. A video in the show documents Evangeline's creation process.

"This one really large piece, when you're looking at it, it's almost like a mirror. And because it's big, you see your entire self but then all of the bullet holes, too," said associate gallery director Erin Cluley. "It's kind of creepy."

Too Pure Water by Margaret Evangeline runs through Dec. 2. Standing on Two Eyes, an exhibit by Christopher Myers, runs through Nov. 25 at the gallery, 523 N. Charles St. Hours are 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Tuesdays-Saturdays. Call 410-539-1080 or go to cgrimaldisgallery.com.

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