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Review: 'Farmer's Bounty exhibit a conversation starter
Showing now at Averitt Center for the Arts
Pickling Time
This photo supplied by the Averitt Center for the Arts shows "Pickling Time 2014," an oil on canvas painting by Becky Blalock. The painting is part of the "Farmer's Bounty" exhibit on display at the center. - photo by Special
You should take a couple of good friends to see the art currently on display at the Averitt Center for the Arts. One should be a bit older and the other quite a bit younger, as one needs to talk and the other listen.It isn’t just that art is accessible for all ages, but also that the work in this show highlights our shared relationship to the land, and memorable stories are sure to crop up. The work was selected from more than 50 artists’ works, of which 21 were selected by a juror, Dr. William Eiland from the Georgia Museum of Art.
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