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March 18, 2004

Moultrie-- When you are talking about art, every person can see something different.

Artists from South Georgia and north Florida are displaying their stories at the Colquitt County Arts Center. "So many of the pieces reflect the artists lifestyles, things they are interested in, as well as their life experiences," said Executive Director Becca Turner. "So they are very interesting and your right, they always do have a story to tell."

The artist are showing off all types of mediums, sculptures, mosaics, paintings and quilts. Some of the pieces are also for sale.

The free exhibit will have it's official opening this Saturday from 10 to 2. It ends April 28th.

posted at 4:00PM by dave.miller@walb.com