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February 26, 2013

Local artists show opening Thursday

Arts Council/Art League exhibit features area talent

Corsicana — The Corsicana Art League and The Navarro Council of the Arts are proud to present the 2013 Local Artist Show now on exhibit at The Warehouse Theatre and Gallery, 119 West 6th Avenue, Corsicana.

The Opening Reception will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 28, and everyone is invited to attend.

There is an immense array of exceptional art and talent. Come end a busy day by enjoying viewing the beautiful paintings, meeting the artist and visiting with friends — all at The Warehouse in downtown Corsicana.

Steven Scott, one of the artist from the Corsicana Art League, who was just featured in the February edition of Explore, will be on hand to show you his latest paintings.

There is a large display of brilliant stained glass by local artist Gladys Espenson and exquisite works of scratchboard by Stephanie Ford.

The beautiful display of paintings are in all mediums from oil and acrylic topen and ink and are all by local artists, including Patsy Page, Helen Albritton, Barbara Jones, Chuck Miller, Lucy Williams,

Teresa Brown, Deb Miller, Fran Vincent, Debra Gorman, Tim Steely, Polly Butler, Pat Schroeder, Jerry Gregory, Phyllis Pallanich, Donna Ingham, Betty Rash, Jean Wilke, Margie Taylor and Ann Ponder.

For more information, contact the Navarro Council of the Arts at 903-872-5411.

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