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    Fred Lipsius & Andrew Swaine: Art For Our Times

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    September 24, 2009

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    Fred Lipsius & Andrew Swaine: Art For Our Times

    Enjoy fabulous art and the live music of Grammy award-winning, Fred Lipsius of Blood, Sweat and Tears playing saxophone. Meet Fred Lipsius and thrill to how this talented, edgy, spiritual computer artist works his dream-like magic. This nine Gold Record and Grammy award winning musician, composer and arranger is also a highly creative artist who knows how to achieve amazing effects. Come meet Andrew Swaine, a visual artist with a camera,...

    Enjoy fabulous art and the live music of Grammy award-winning, Fred Lipsius of Blood, Sweat and Tears playing saxophone. Meet Fred Lipsius and thrill to how this talented, edgy, spiritual computer artist works his dream-like magic. This nine Gold Record and Grammy award winning musician, composer and arranger is also a highly creative artist who knows how to achieve amazing effects. Come meet Andrew Swaine, a visual artist with a camera, computer and a great sense of contemporary style. Like Andy Warhol, Swaine's eye-catching portraits of famous people transform his photographs into works of art. A Portion of the proceeds from the sale of art will benefit Berklee College of Music.


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    104 Boylston Street
    Boston, MA 02116

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