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Elementary 1972 Color Of Energy

By Jud Yalkut

"Elementary 1972"

The Color of Energy Gallery at 16 Brown Street in the historic Oregon District is hosting an exhibition of works by artist Lesley Walton. A portrait artist, Walton uses both details and seeming effortless techniques to capture the moment and beauty of whatever she is drawing. There is a sense of humor in her work which is enhanced by her coloristic sense. Featured in the show is “a collection of paintings inspired by traditional black and white yearbook images transformed into images not so traditional.” Titled “Elementary 1972,” the exhibition runs through Tuesday, August 31. For more information, call (937) 266-3491 or visit www.ColorOfEnergyGallery.com.


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