1. Erté used a mixture of bronze, brass and plexi to form this femme fatale mirror that rotates 360-degrees. Barnett Fine Art, BarnettFineArt.com 


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2. The “Lounging Figure Study in Burnt Umber” shows an emphasis on pose and posture. Billy Solitario Fine Art, 4531 Magazine St., 919-9346, BillySolitario.com 


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3. A glamorous gown in black wire and gold beads from Key-Sook Geum Dialogue VII, 2018 is a visual stunner. Callan Contemporary, 518 Julia St., 525-0518, CallanContemporary.com


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4. There is a mystical feeling to the oil on canvas “Candlelight.” Fredrick Guess Studio, 612 Julia St., 251-4644, FredrickGuessStudio.com


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5. The “Girl In White” oil on panel by Ruth Shively is a study in contour. Gallery Orange, 819 Royal St., 875-4006, Gallery-Orange.com


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6. The three demure figures in “Down by the River” evoke a sense of solidarity.  Hemmerling Gallery, 733 Royal St., 524-0909, HemmerlingArt.com 


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7. “The Brass Ring” presents a vision of confidence and playfulness. Acrylic on canvas. Pamela Marquis Studio, 221 Dauphine St., 615-1752, PamelaMarquisStudio.com 


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Photo credit: David Leslie Anthony, DavidLeslieAnthony.us

8. The “Courtship of Antoinette” is a provocative visual invitation draped in timeless mystery. Mac-Gryder Gallery, 615 Julia St., 322-2555, MacGryderGallery.com.


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9. The mesmerizing “House of Solitude” from Brooke Shaden explores both the darkness and the light of her muse. Soren Christensen Gallery, 400 Julia St., 569-9501, SorenGallery.com