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Van Wert, Dunn collaborate in Illinois exhibit

Sculptor Gordon Van Wert, left, and painter Ernest Dunn stand are shown with one of Van Wert's sculptures at the Trickster Gallery in Schaumberg, Ill. Their collaborative show titled "Northern Winds, Dream and Reality" has been extended through N...

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Sculptor Gordon Van Wert, left, and painter Ernest Dunn stand are shown with one of Van Wert's sculptures at the Trickster Gallery in Schaumberg, Ill. Their collaborative show titled "Northern Winds, Dream and Reality" has been extended through November. The show features 12 sculptures by Van Wert and 16 watercolor paintings by Dunn. Submitted Photo

Sculptor Gordon Van Wert, left, and painter Ernest Dunn stand are shown with one of Van Wert's sculptures at the Trickster Gallery in Schaumberg, Ill. Their collaborative show titled "Northern Winds, Dream and Reality" has been extended through November. The show features 12 sculptures by Van Wert and 16 watercolor paintings by Dunn. Submitted Photo

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