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Weekendlong Alumni Exhibition To Benefit Duck Creek

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Bill Saylor “Triad,” 2020. Wood, acrylic, metal, plastic, permanent wax pastel. Exhibited at Duck Creek in June 2020.

Bill Saylor “Triad,” 2020. Wood, acrylic, metal, plastic, permanent wax pastel. Exhibited at Duck Creek in June 2020.

authorStaff Writer on Nov 30, 2020

The Arts Center at Duck Creek is presenting its inaugural alumni benefit exhibition featuring many of the artists who have exhibited at Duck Creek over the years. This show is hosted by The Fireplace Project, located at 851 Springs Fireplace Road, and will be open from December 4 to 6, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The exhibition is a benefit for the Arts Center at Duck Creek, a nonprofit organization, and the purchase of artwork supports the programming at Duck Creek and its mission to honor the spirit of artist John Little, whose 19th century barn/studio was a meeting place for artists in the 1950s and beyond.

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