"Bill Stephens: Drawing from Within" 

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In Bill Stephens's ink drawing, "Canyon Companions," bits of nature allude to figurative expressions.
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If you look closely at "Cliff Dwellers," you can spy the figures in the cliff face. This is one of several pieces in Stephens's show that incorporate watercolor.
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A group of spirit-forms cluster together on a rocky coastline in Stephens's ink and watercolor piece, "Coming Ashore."
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Bill Stephens's ink drawing, "Mother and Son," includes heavy textures and patterning that form spirit-figures.
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"Shaman" by Bill Stephens is one of the more overt figurative works in the show, but still retain elements drawn from natural bits and pieces.
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Bill Stephens's ink drawing, "Walking Spirit," places a figurative form, composed of rooted woodsy elements, in a rocky terrain.
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In Bill Stephens's ink drawing, "Canyon Companions," bits of nature allude to figurative expressions.