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Newest Art Show in Vegas
Newest Art Show in Vegas

AIR DATE: December 14, 2011

It's sexy yet it's hard to describe: The small of the back. What, exactly, makes it such a common trope to recreate in art?

Sin City Galleries explores just that in its  show "The Small of the Back" through the end of December.  On Monday's show on 88.9 KNPR, we talk with two of the  artists being highighted in the show.


Lincoln Maynard, Las Vegas artist
Scott Sandoval, Las Vegas artist

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