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Arts groups decry proposed cuts by state

During the course of the numerous phone calls Tracy Marlatt has made in the last few days, she told someone at one legislator's office that, if all goes as planned, they might as well remove all oil portraits hanging on the walls of the state Capitol. comments
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Exhibit showcases work of one student from each state

Eleven-year-old Fabian created a self-portrait WINCHESTER -- A temporary exhibit at the Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum on Winchester's walking mall is making the walls there a lot brighter. comments
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Late councilwoman's work part of black-history exhibit

A carving of dancing women on a gourd WINCHESTER -- A collection of tiny gourds painted to look like people holding musical instruments is part of a main exhibit at the Shenandoah Arts Council in Winchester. "The Gourd Rock Concert" was one of the last pieces of art completed by Gail Smith, a former Berryville councilwoman. comments
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Word art: Local artist researches meaning of language in her craft

Local artist Charla Hayen stands WINCHESTER -- Local artist Charla Hayen can show that a word's worth a thousand pictures -- or at least a dozen. comments
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From fire trucks to fine art

Kate Petranech BERRYVILLE - A historic brick building on Main Street that once quartered the town's first firehouse in the 1930s now serves as a public showcase for multiple forms of fine art. comments
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Sittin' pretty: Historic chairs on display at Winchester museum

Jeffrey S. Evans adds a child's rocking chair to a display WINCHESTER - What do Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso and the Fravel family of Woodstock have in common? They all produced artwork that has been on display in the same gallery recently at the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley in Winchester. comments
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A slice of life: Local artists exhibit work created for calendar

Dan Voss looks over a painting WOODSTOCK -- Two Shenandoah County artists have teamed together to create a 2010 calendar featuring scenes from Woodstock, and their original artwork is up for grabs. comments
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Potters of the past: Art exhibit reminiscent of Strasburg's history

Donna Huntsberger stands in her dining room MIDDLETOWN -- Long before the nickname had another meaning, Strasburg proudly passed itself off as "Pot Town." comments
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Local couple keep family tradition alive, make important find

STRASBURG -- John and Donna Huntsberger dug up a new interest a few years ago. comments
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Creative changes: Hispanic heritage celebrated through artwork by all ages

Tracy Marlatt hangs the work of artist Oscar Cerrito-Mendoza WINCHESTER -- Meeting the need of the community has inspired some creative changes at the Shenandoah Arts Council. comments

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