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Artist Doug Pedersen
Artist Doug Pedersen

AIR DATE: April 10, 2012

Doug Pedersen was in advertisements and graphic design when he started making his own art.  He said it was "an itch he needed to scratch."  The resulting pieces range from prints that look like alien x-rays, to half-melted dollar-store plastic animals.  Doug Pedersen talks about what inspires him.  His exhibit starts April 6 at the TastySpace Gallery.
Doug Pedersen, artist

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