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Art exhibition kicks off in T'ville

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THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) - There's something fun for art lovers to do Friday night in Thomasville.

The Flaunt 25 Exhibition and Art Walk opens to the public Friday on the bricks of downtown Thomasville.

To celebrate 25 years of art in the city, the Thomasville Center for the Arts brought in 25 of the region's best artists for 25 days.

They're displaying more than 250 pieces of original art. "Everyone that comes out tonight can also participate in the silent auction. Each artist did a piece, a commemorative piece celebrating 25 years of art and culture in Thomasville," said TCA Marketing Director Bonnie Hayes.

"I do both water colors and pastels and what I'm interested in is looking at the dance between light and nature as most artists are who do any kind of landscape work," said Artist Sandi Shaw."

The event kicks off with a reception at six o'clock Friday night.


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