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2012 Statewide Juried Virtual Showcase (Gallery 05: John Loxterkamp & Wes Sterrs)


 














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John Loxterkamp and Wes Sterrs - Belfast, ME | "The Fly" | Digital Video | Short Film | 2011

John Loxterkamp - Belfast, ME
and Wes Steers - Belfast, ME
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"The Fly" | Digital Video | Short Film | 2011

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Original virtual art gallery concept and design by Thierry H. Bonneville.
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John Loxterkamp - Belfast, ME

Wes Sterrs - Belfast, ME

"The Fly" | Digital Video

John Loxterkamp – Belfast, ME

Wes Sterrs – Belfast, ME

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"The Fly" | Digital Video

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