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"History paintings depicting the Battle of Lepanto tend to portray its maritime setting, in the Gulf of Patras off Western Greece, as stuffed full of masts, prows, flags, cannons and oars. Little order emerges from these chaotic scenes. In "Elsewhere", Elizabeth Ender's exhibtion at the Betty Cuningham Gallery - a fantastic, transtemporal and world spinning journey that unfolds across twenty-one works on paper and ten paintings - the eighty-one year old painter, with a deft hand and unfussy form, approached the aforementioned foray like a cartographer or tactician lost in reverie."