POP Logic

Joshua Slocum, Morgan Stanley trading assistant, and Katie Nugent, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine research technologist<br><br>When snow arrived January 2, the evening's planned Opening Night party of POP Logic by Jess! Pfohl at The Alchemy of Art was postponed for two days. By then, a little leftover ice and snow didn't keep a few dozen folks from coming to the new Fells Point Gallery to check out Pfohl's show -- which they could view in regular light, black light and with 3D glasses -- while the artist herself further entertained as the evening's deejay.

( Sloane Brown, For The Baltimore Sun / January 4, 2014 )

Joshua Slocum, Morgan Stanley trading assistant, and Katie Nugent, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine research technologist

When snow arrived January 2, the evening's planned Opening Night party of POP Logic by Jess! Pfohl at The Alchemy of Art was postponed for two days. By then, a little leftover ice and snow didn't keep a few dozen folks from coming to the new Fells Point Gallery to check out Pfohl's show -- which they could view in regular light, black light and with 3D glasses -- while the artist herself further entertained as the evening's deejay.

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