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Winter Art Show hosted at Carnegie Heritage Arts Center

Monday, January 21, 2013

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Richard Hall, an artist from Bicknell who offers classes at the arts center in acrylic paints, prepares his pallet during a demonstration on Saturday. [Order this photo]
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Linton attorney/artist Timothy Shonk chats with Linton artist Sammye Smith during the open house/winter art show. [Order this photo]
Carnegie Heritage Arts Center of Greene County hosted its Winter Art Show and Open House this past weekend. Art work and photos from area artists and photographers were featured.

The Carnegie Heritage Arts Center is located at 110 E. Vincennes Street in Linton.

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Tony Kluesner entertained on the pan drums at Saturday's open house at Carnegie Heritage Arts Center of Greene County in Linton. [Order this photo]
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Loretta Kluesner, Barbara Reed and Kay Johnson look over some of the art work produced by local artists. [Order this photo]
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Author, artist, photographer Ruby Moon-Houldson, at left, chats with Kay Johnson, of Linton, in the gallery at Saturday's Winter Art Show at Carnegie Heritage Arts Center. [Order this photo]


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The Carnegie Heritage Art Center is a wonderful addition to our community. Everyone should come out and visit the center or take a class, you might broaden your horizon or find out you are good at something you didn't know you could do.

-- Posted by thrift store junkie on Tue, Jan 22, 2013, at 7:53 AM


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