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October 4, 2007

Albany --  You can see the work of some of Southwest Georgia's best artists.

65-pieces are on display at the Carnegie Library in downtown Albany as part of the Georgia Artists Guild of Albany's 14th Annual Member Show.

The artwork includes paintings, photographs and sculptures. All completed by artists from our area.

"This exhibit is a wonderful way for the local artist to show their work and possibly sale it. Its educational for any children who may come to see it. It just gives us an opportunity to just show what we do," said photographer Barbera DeLung.

The pieces were also judged. Deep Blue by Doug Wolfe took home first place in photography.

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