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  • Artist Gale Hart's darts hit their mark in downtown Sacramento

    Artist Gale Hart loves to bring controversy to her work and start conversation, and her charge with this new artwork was to "activate L Street" and the area near Sacramento's new downtown arena, Golden 1 Center. Here she explains "Missing the Mark."

Artist Gale Hart loves to bring controversy to her work and start conversation, and her charge with this new artwork was to "activate L Street" and the area near Sacramento's new downtown arena, Golden 1 Center. Here she explains "Missing the Mark." Lezlie Sterling The Sacramento Bee
Artist Gale Hart loves to bring controversy to her work and start conversation, and her charge with this new artwork was to "activate L Street" and the area near Sacramento's new downtown arena, Golden 1 Center. Here she explains "Missing the Mark." Lezlie Sterling The Sacramento Bee

Gale Hart darts along the sharp edges of Sacramento art

October 07, 2016 8:00 AM

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