Factor in a large Corrigan comic strip inspired by Portland's Occupy camp in Lincoln Park — in which the artist has buried a somewhat contentious discussion point in loosely translated Greek — and a line of guitar amps and pedals constructed by renaissance handyman-artist Ed Knisely, hand-painted by Corrigan as an upstart product line called Apohadion Effects, and this untitled, unpretentious show offers a lot about the current states of two of the city's most unique makers.

MIXED MEDIA WORKS by Pat Corrigan + Jennifer Gardiner | through Jan 31 | Mayo Street Arts, 10 Mayo St, Portland | 207.615.3609 | mayostreetarts.org

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