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Throughout November
"Civil Landscapes" by Brad Carroll 
In painting, Carroll describes himself as devoted to light, particularly that which shines at night from the moon, a low-pressure sodium streetlamp, or the window of an after-hours shop or restaurant. The visual element most commonly represented in his work is these forms of light. Carroll hopes that his paintings will take hold of the viewer and briefly subjugate realismto provide an alternative idea of what walking down the street and exploring our world can look like.