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Cynthia Rowley's pal, Gary Weidner lives and works here in Chicago. You may recognize his face from the coffee shops, when they were caught wearing the same jacket, or his work plastered on Storefront Company's walls at the Six Corners in Wicker Park. Well, starting today, his work can be yours to hang in your own environment. Today Exhibition A, Rowley's revolutionary art project, presents Weidner’s “Flowers” series, which depicts images of dormant flowers in the snow and was inspired by J.D. Salinger’s “Nine Stories”. [Racked Inbox]