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Looking Glass in Bloom: Art exhibit opens Friday

Looking Glass Artist Collective, 405 N. Lee St., presents the exhibit “Looking Glass In Bloom: a Collective Celebration of Spring,” beginning with an opening reception this Friday, 5-7 p.m.
The show features works by members Cathy Matthews, Elijah Belton, Lynne Fogner, James Donaldson, Caren Briley, Stephen Davis, Diannia Baty and Alan Shuping and by guest artist Richard Schmidt.
Additionally, the exhibit includes works by Tamara Konovalova and others on loan from Salisbury’s Fine Frame Gallery.
The show will remain through the end of May. Most of the art is for sale, and at remarkably affordable prices for original works of art.
Gallery hours are 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The gallery is also open during special events at LGAC and by appointment.
For information about the exhibit, contact Stephen Davis, curator, at 704-960-6594 or salisburyartists@gmail.com.
To learn more about the Looking Glass Artist Collective, visit www.salisbury artists.org.

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