Art Display
The Union Recorder

Allied Arts of Milledgeville and Baldwin County is putting selections from its permanent collection on display at the Marlor House for viewing by the general public through Jan. 30.

The collection contains more than 150 pieces from local, regional and nationally recognized artists.

Displays include a pencil drawing of Liberty Street by Stan Strickland, a quilted wall hanging by Cookie Noel and the wood carving of a brown thrasher by Sara Finney.

“There’s something for everybody here,” said Gallery Manager Brian Renko. “We switch out the permanent collection a lot, so there’s always more to see.”

Featured in the two-week exhibition is the newest acquisition to the collection — an untitled abstract watercolor by artist Lamar Dodd.

Dodd, who died in 1996, was a “passionate advocate for the arts,” according to a press release issued by Allied Arts Director Randy Cannon.



For the full story, see the Jan. 25 edition of The Union-Recorder

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