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Lisa Imperiale featured at The Soup Kitchen Cafe

BYO Member, Lisa Imperiale, is having new woodblock prints and works on paper featured this month at The Soup Kitchen Cafe, Frankford Avenue's newest and tastiest Cafe. The show consists of a dozen richly printed, beautifully framed woodblock prints, and a dynamic, colorful installation of mix media on cut paper.
Be sure to stop by and take a look. The Soup Kitchen Cafe is located on Susquehanna and Frankford Avenue. The show will run from November 17th - December 30th. There will be a casual Sunday brunch reception where you can meet Lisa and enjoy coffee and delicious food on December 4th, 1-3 PM.

You can also find Lisa's prints and printed items for sale on her Etsy Shop.

Sneak Peek! detail from Obstructed Views, mix media on paper

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