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July 18, 2004

Tifton- Columbus Lego artist Garrett Barati is showing some of his colorful creations at the Tifton Museum of Arts and Heritage.

The "Let's Go Lego" exhibit is Barati's first, and features all original artwork.

"I was very nervous coming up to this. I only had two months to prepare and build everything that you see here. i wanted a lot more, but I'm actually very happy with the way everything turned out, and with the response that I've gotten so far. Really this is about sharing this with other people and inspiring them maybe to go back and create some new stuff," says Barati.

The Lego exhibit will be on display at the Tifton museum through Saturday from 1 PM to 6 PM.

Posted at 5:30 PM by elaine.armstrong@walb.com

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