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ANDERSON PRESENTS NUDES AT JIMMY'S STUDIO

Well-known local artist Les Anderson will present a series of of recent figurative works at Jimmy's Studio on Government Hill. The opening reception will begin at 5:30 p.m. on Friday, March 5.
"The Artists' Muse", a collection of recent figurative works by Anderson, will be featured.
"Throughout history the figure has been the inspiration for expressing all human emotions both physical and spiritual," Anderson notes.
He celebrates this pure expression in pastel, oil, pencil, pen and ink.
The poetry of Allison Steir will be presented in conjunction with Anderson's work at the opening which expresses the relationships found between poetry and painting through words and color.
The show runs for a month. For more information call Mary Blazine 693-7765.

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Well-known local artist Les Anderson will present a series of of recent figurative works at Jimmy's Studio on Government Hill. The opening reception will begin at 5:30 p.m. on Friday, March 5.
"The Artists' Muse", a collection of recent figurative works by Anderson, will be featured.
"Throughout history the figure has been the inspiration for expressing all human emotions both physical and spiritual," Anderson notes.
He celebrates this pure expression in pastel, oil, pencil, pen and ink.
The poetry of Allison Steir will be presented in conjunction with Anderson's work at the opening which expresses the relationships found between poetry and painting through words and color.
The show runs for a month. For more information call Mary Blazine 693-7765.