Losing someone is never easy, and cleaning up what they left behind can be a daunting and melancholy task. In the fall of 2008 a group of local artists at Captain Captain Studios began to talk of putting on an exhibition for one of their colleagues, who was dying of colon cancer; they wanted to do something to show their respect for their studio mate, Tom Mulder and hoped to display his works. Mulder died before the idea could come to fruition, and what they hoped to do with his help and assistance they are now doing on their own. Going through a packed artist studio and two storage units, with over 500 paintings, they are selecting works to be exhibited at the Rio Gallery this month.
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