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June Art Walk Featured Greater Artistic Variety
Elsa Littlepage, co-founder and organizer thanked everyone for attending and participating.
"I bought some beautiful works of art and am in the process of getting a couple commissioned, so artists please remember that even if you don't sell a ton of work at your exhibit, you are getting your name out there." Littlepage continued, "people DO make commission requests based on seeing your work in person! For those of you who weren't able to make it to the event, my modeling prints will continue to be on display at Uno's this weekend."
Visit the Art Walk Facebook page for more details.