Philipp Eirich has found success with his Cerbera Gallery by displaying affordable and pricey works side by side. Lili, his Hungarian Komondor, is a regular presence at the gallery, where most patrons mistake her for a wooly installment — until she snores.
Philipp Eirich has found success with his Cerbera Gallery by displaying affordable and pricey works side by side. Lili, his Hungarian Komondor, is a regular presence at the gallery, where most patrons mistake her for a wooly installment — until she snores. Jill Toyoshiba jtoyoshiba@kcstar.com
Philipp Eirich has found success with his Cerbera Gallery by displaying affordable and pricey works side by side. Lili, his Hungarian Komondor, is a regular presence at the gallery, where most patrons mistake her for a wooly installment — until she snores. Jill Toyoshiba jtoyoshiba@kcstar.com

Crossroads ceramics gallery Cerbera celebrates the affordable & famous

October 05, 2016 08:00 AM

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