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Metalwork artist gives a blast from the past

'Scareydactyle,' a sculpture by Steve Neff, is part of the artist's 'Jurassic Bainbridge' exhibit at the Treehouse Café in May.
— image credit: Photo courtesy of Steve Neff

Steve Neff continues his whimsical approach to metalwork with “Jurassic Bainbridge,” fantasies of what our neighbors might have been like in the era of T Rex, at the Treehouse Café at Lynwood Center.

The show runs from May 1 to May 31. The café is open 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.


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