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After an extensive renovation of its gallery space facing Jackson’s Town Square, Astoria Fine Art is moving full-on into summer with a range of exhibitions.

July is Wildlife Art Month. Its first half (July 1–15) is devoted to practitioners of this always-popular genre who work in a more contemporary mode. The exhibitors will include Andrew Denman, Mark Eberhard, Ewoud de Groot, Jerry Markham, Don Rambadt, Allison Leigh Smith, and Joshua Tobey. The month’s second half (July 16–31) will highlight more traditional wildlife masters such as Gerald Balciar, Mike Barlow, Michael Coleman, Kelly Dangerfield, Luke Frazier, Rich Loffler, Mark McKenna, Jay Moore, and Greg Wilson.

In August comes an exhibition dedicated to the painter Joseph Alleman (August 1–10), then two

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