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Don't Miss: 'Secrets Can...' opens at Kirkland Arts Center Saturday

'Paulina and Veronica in Green'
— image credit: Nick Kosciuk

The Kirkland Arts Center will unveil its new “Secrets Can exhibit, which takes a modern look at how secrets shape identities and relationships as they are withheld or shared. The diverse contemporary works range from abstract to figurative, exploring what it means to be vulnerable and strive for meaningful connection in the 21st century. The exhibit features a number of artists, including Nick Kosciuk’s “Paulina and Veronica in Green” (pictured), which depicts a young girl covering her mouth, unable or unwilling to speak, leaving the viewer to wonder what she is thinking.

When: Feb. 6- March 26. For more information, visit
Where: Kirkland Arts Center, 620 Market St., Kirkland


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